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Wii Play and Wiimote: £29.99 delivered @ WHSmith

ganzee Avatar
8y, 8m agoFound 8 years, 8 months ago
£5 off all orders of £25 or more until 11th April. Thanks to man2392 for pointing out the possibilities of the WHSmith discount. Quidco also available

In a nutshell:
If you want as gentle an introduction as possible to the world of Wii then this user-friendly compilation of mini-games is just the thing for you, with a collection of games that are as easy to play as they are fun.
The lowdown:
It might be easy to use but the Wii is still a pretty unusual beast and a bit of a culture shock from the overly complex controllers of other consoles. This compilation of mini-games aims to ease you in gently with simple to play games that only need the Wii Remote to enjoy. These include games of table tennis, air hockey (or Laser Hockey as the game would have it) and an updated of NES classic Duck Hunt. There's also Wii Billiards, a fishing sim and a number of games which use your customised Mii Channel character, including Wii Pose and the Where's Wally style Find Mii. Since many of these games have a multiplayer mode the game also comes bundled with an extra Remote (but not a nunchuck), which usually sells for £29.99 separately.

Most exciting moment:
Although all of the games are fun the best one is probably the Duck Hunt update (which also has you shooting UFOs and other non-avian enemies). Perhaps what's most exciting about it is that it proves how good other light gun franchises, such as Virtua Cop and Time Crisis would be on the Wii.

Since you ask:
Many of the mini-games included with Wii Play, such as Duck Hunt and Table Tennis, were first seen as technical demos at the E3 trade conference in May 2006, when the Wii was first revealed in playable form.

The bottom line:
The beginner's guide to Wii, with a handy extra controller.
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#1
This means that you can also order Mario Kart for the Wii for just £21.99 (delivered free to a local store)
Tek
Nope I'm wrong its for the DS
#2
Shopto had Wii Play at £29.99 yesterday, which I don't know if it's still instock and they have 4% cashback too if you want it delivered to your home rather than a local store.

I also received a leaflet today from Game saying they'll sell Mario kart for £9.99 when traded with any 2 wii games, so now's the best time to get rid of all those rubbish wii games that's not played anymore. lol
#3
realfriendlyman
Shopto had Wii Play at £29.99 yesterday, which I don't know if it's still instock and they have 4% cashback too if you want it delivered to your home rather than a local store.

I also received a leaflet today from Game saying they'll sell Mario kart for £9.99 when traded with any 2 wii games, so now's the best time to get rid of all those rubbish wii games that's not played anymore. lol


£29.99 delivered to your home or to store plus 10% quidco with WHSmith.

Nice tip on the Game trade-in. Thanks
#4
tekhieboy
This means that you can also order Mario Kart for the Wii for just £21.99 (delivered free to a local store)
Tek
Is that worth another Mario Kart post?


You sure? I can see the DS version, not the Wii :thinking:
#5
Yeh your right, mis-read it, whupps
#6
WH smith have boosted the price on this, it was £28.68 before any discounts before.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/146773/wii-play-and-wireless-remote-whs-28/
#7
Nice!!!
#8
ordered this the last two times they were showing in stock, and both times they were let down by the supplier.
Also they take the money straight away and then you have to ask for it back
#9
EmpireStores - Using the £20 off a £40 spend brings it in at £25 delivered (plus quidco £1.75). I've just ordered one myself. Plus you get two free gifts.
#10
cbr900rrt
ordered this the last two times they were showing in stock, and both times they were let down by the supplier.
Also they take the money straight away and then you have to ask for it back


My Wii Play Remote was dispatched almost a month after I ordered. Shocking customer service. Be warned!
#11
agree with above, absolutely shocking service.

ordered links crossbow training in jan, status has been changing since then. finally got fed up last week and emailed them. their reply was they cant get hold of it anymore and cancelled my order. disgraceful service
#12
craig.walton2
EmpireStores - Using the £20 off a £40 spend brings it in at £25 delivered (plus quidco £1.75). I've just ordered one myself. Plus you get two free gifts.



I did this too :) I wonder what the free gifts are!!!!
#13
TINKERSCHICK
I did this too :) I wonder what the free gifts are!!!!


One of them is a steamer.
They are out of stock of the wiimote too so you have to wait :(
Been waiting for 3 weeks now
#14
I ordered this ages ago and was told delivery beginning of April, but received a statement yesterday that said delivery end of April...I'm just consoling myself with my steamer.....
#15
Tried to order from WHSmith's tonight but the website just wouldn't work. Instead ordered it from ShopTo.Com for the same price.
#16
veyron-laptop
My Wii Play Remote was dispatched almost a month after I ordered. Shocking customer service. Be warned!


Narrowboy
agree with above, absolutely shocking service.

ordered links crossbow training in jan, status has been changing since then. finally got fed up last week and emailed them. their reply was they cant get hold of it anymore and cancelled my order. disgraceful service


Just had email confirming despatch. Maybe they have sorted out any previous problems such as those quoted above.

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