One of a handful of Wii U tech/software demos Nintendo brought to E3, Chase Mii is a fun game of four-player virtual tag.
The hunters playing on the television are at a small disadvantage: they don't have a map, while the prey can see all of his hunters' movements from the top-down view on his Wii U controller's screen. The maze is designed with hills and dips, however, making it easy to spot the large, red Mario hat that the prey is wearing on his head.
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