Top Wii Platform Games of All Time

Welcome to's top platform games of all-time, a list of the best videogames, created from editorial reviews on the site. It's the perfect tool to find that great game you haven't played yet, or even to find a gem for a friend or loved one as a gift.

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  • 22.

    Crash of the Titans

    If you are after something more accessible, or just long to revisit the unofficial mascot of the first PlayStation, there are far less enjoyable Wii titles out there than Crash of the Titans. There was a time when the plucky... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: Wii

  • 21.

    NiGHTS: Journey of Dreams

    If you can forgive its failings, NiGHTS will be one dream you certainly won't want to wake up from. Check out's NiGHTS: Journey of Dreams Video Review. According to the internet, flying dreams mean one of three... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: Wii

  • 20.

    Wario Land: The Shake Dimension

    If you go in expecting a well made, good looking platformer that doesn't do a great deal to move the genre forward, you'll find Wario Land: Shake Dimension to be highly entertaining. 2D platformer fans have had a hard time... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: Wii

  • 19.

    Drawn to Life: The Next Chapter

    Drawn to Life is not the Wii's LittleBigPlanet. Nor does it offer the creative freedom of Scribblenauts, but it is a fun, quality platformer. Scribblenauts meets LittleBigPlanet. That's the tantalising description we've come... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: Wii

  • 18.

    a boy and his blob

    A Boy and His Blob is like a long walk on a Sunday afternoon: There's no rush because the beef's got at least another hour in the oven and the football won't be on for another two. I read Mean Machines. I played Super Mario... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: Wii

  • 17.

    Ivy the Kiwi

    Ivy is charming and understated; a platform game that deserves credit simply for doing something new with an old formula. I saw a fair few kiwis when I was trekking about New Zealand with a backpack. Endearing little things... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: Wii

  • 16.

    de Blob 2: The Underground

    It's children that will inevitably get the most from the experience, but like a Pixar film or any good cartoon, Blue Tongue Entertainment has created a game that appeals on two levels. Thinking about it, I probably should... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: Xbox 360, PS3, Wii

  • 15.

    Bee Movie

    Out of all the Pixar and Dreamworks games, Bee Movie Game is absolutely among one of the best, and would make for a brilliant Christmas present if you're looking to satisfy the kids. You might have noticed that this review... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: Xbox 360, Wii, PS2, PC

  • 14.


    If you own a Wii you owe it to yourself to give LostWinds a whirl, even though you'll be finished before you've really began. LostWinds is without doubt the premier WiiWare title currently available on Nintendo's new service.... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: Wii

  • 13.

    Mega Man 9

    Mega Man 9 is the hardest game we've ever played. And the fans will love it. I'm sure Mega Man, the cult NES 2D action platformer, wasn't this hard back in the day. I remember actually enjoying Mega Man 2 and 3 in the early... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: Xbox 360, PS3, Wii

  • 12.

    New Super Mario Bros. Wii

    Critics might say it's essentially a 20-year-old game, but when that 20-year-old game is so eternally pleasurable, that's no bad thing. "Discovery of fire - 787,000 BC. Invention of light bulb - 1800. Invention of sliced... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: Wii

  • 11.

    Mega Man 10

    MM10 is a glorious return to the hay-day of 8-bit gaming; a fantastic challenge built on the back of some of the most refined mechanics the genre has ever seen. The screen's a nonsensical mess of pixels. I rub my stinging... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: Xbox 360, PS3, Wii

  • 10.

    Donkey Kong Country Returns

    Retro Studios has managed to make a game that feels new and old at the same time, appealing to young blood and cynical old-timers who've seen it all before. Donkey Kong Country Returns might seem like a 'fun for all the family'... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: Wii

  • 9.

    Super Mario All-Stars

    It might be a tad overpriced at £24.99 for a ROM dump of four SNES games, but Nintendo's ever-loyal fans won't find it hard to justify dropping the cash regardless. I won't lie to you: I belonged to SEGA as a kid. I grew... more

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  • 8.

    Disney Universe

    Ultimately, Disney Universe constitutes the ideal family game. It's quick and simple, but has charm, character and inventive little puzzles galore. "Thank you for my birthday money. I spent it on two very good Harry Potter... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: Xbox 360, PS3, Wii

  • 7.

    Skylanders: Giants

    Despite the occasional glimpse of dollar signs in its publisher's eyes, Skylanders Giants is that rarest of beasts: a kids' game that's very, very easy for adults to like. The greatest trick Activision ever pulled was convincing... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: Xbox 360, PS3, Wii

  • 6.

    Super Paper Mario

    Super Paper Mario is a well-rounded adventure with some truly ingenious puzzles and highly enjoyable gameplay, packaged with a surprisingly rich story to unearth. Super Mario Galaxy may still be a few months away, but that... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: Wii

  • 5.

    Super Mario Galaxy

    In the hands of anyone who's been longing for a true sequel to Mario 64, Super Mario Galaxy could well be the game of the year, but it's nowhere near as revolutionary as Mario 64. A true new Super Mario game is something... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: Wii

  • 4.

    LostWinds: Winter of the Melodias

    Spell-bindingly beautiful, packed full of wonderfully designed characters, and an eerie yet entrancing atmosphere that forces its way under your skin. It's easy to think of LostWinds: Winter of the Melodias, the sequel to... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: Wii

  • 3.

    Super Meat Boy

    Super Meat Boy is bright, huge, colourful, funny and painfully annoying. Super Meat Boy is one of the reasons I play video games. It's bright, huge, colourful, funny and painfully annoying. This retro-revival darling immediately... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: Xbox 360, Wii

  • 2.

    Kirby's Epic Yarn

    One of the most creative examples of casual gaming. I write this as someone who is immune to twee. The tedious, contrarian part of my brain sees cute and screams: It's a PLOY. I look at those adverts with talking cats and... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: Wii

  • 1.

    Super Mario Galaxy 2

    Even though this is a direct sequel, Nintendo has once again made Mario's planetoid adventures feel remarkably fresh and, somehow, even more entertaining than those in the original. Can a direct sequel to one of the best... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: Wii