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Post  zwint6 on Wed Jul 29, 2009 10:17 am

Wii Sports Bowling Ball Color Change
You can select your bowling ball color before you bowl by using the directional pad. When you reach the screen warning, 'Make sure nothing is around you', hit the A button and hold the D-pad (until the alley UI appears) to choose your color:

UP = blue
LEFT = red
DOWN = green
RIGHT = yellow

Wii Sports Mii Parade
You can add more Miis in Parade and audiences. Use Wii Sports to do it:

1. Make about 10 Mii's.

2. Transfer those Mii's to your Wiimote.

3. Delete the Mii's that are transfered to the Wiimote out of the plaza.

4. Start up Wii Sports.

5 When given the option of which Mii to use during gameplay choose the option to get the Mii from the Wii Remote.

6. After viewing the Mii's on the Wiimote back out by using the B button.

7. Exit out of Wii Sports and back onto the Wii Menu.

Now check the Mii parade and all 10 of the Miis that were on the Wiimote are in the parade. Now if you dont want the Miis on the Wiimote just delete them off. These Miis will now show up in all Wii Sports games that have an audience.

Wii Sports Bowling Ball Color Change
You can select your bowling ball color before you bowl by using the directional pad. When you reach the screen warning, 'Make sure nothing is around you', hit the A button and hold the D-pad (until the alley UI appears) to choose your color:

UP = blue
LEFT = red
DOWN = green
RIGHT = yellow

Wii Sports Hint - Tennis Pro Tips
When playing tennis and building your skill level, you can quickly gain skill points by setting it up so that your Mii is both players on a single side. After orienting yourself to this type of gameplay (it takes some coordination), you will notice that your wins will earn you 40+ skill points each time - basically double what you would have gotten if you had played with the computer on your side.

To do this trick: When you select which type of game to play, "Single Game", "Best of 3", or "Best of 5", it shows you which players are at which locations on the court. Your Mii's default position is the left side server. On the same side, use the A Button and click on the figure standing at the net. It will change from the "?" shadow to your Mii (assuming you are playing alone). Then proceed to pick which duration of tennis you'd like to play.

Note that you should ensure that you win, otherwise you may be at risk to lose double the amount of skill points if you lose.

Wii Sports Hint - 91 Strike
In the "Power Throws" training game for bowling, you might notice 2 red buttons at the end of the alley - 1 left and 1 right. When you get to the final bowl for 91 pins, you can bowl the ball along the top of the barrier on either side and hit this button.

Move your Mii all the way to the left or right, and turn the aim 2 or 3 clicks towards the barrier. Let go of the ball at the highest point possible, with just a bit of spin to keep the ball on the barrier.

If successful, you will hear a click, the screen will shake and all the pins will fall down.

Wii Sports Unlockable: Tennis court
At the warning screen after selecting characters, hold down 2.

Wii Sports Unlockable: Silver Boxing Gloves

After you've beaten Matt, the Grand Champion, you'll unlock the silver gloves. Hold 1 when the screen fades to black before a boxing match to don them.

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