I have the same problem. The crosshair worked for a couple of hours and all the sudden the player 1's crosshair does not show up and cannot aim, while player 2 remote was perfectly fine.
I have tried to calibrate it again. Doesn't work.
I have tried to disconnect the remote and reconnect it. Doesn't work.
I have tried to synk the remote and the console, doesn't work.
I have tried to change to another new remote and make sure the battery is full. Doesn't work.
I have tried to reset software, turn off and on the console. Doesn't work.
Finally, I figured it might be the Calibration I did at the beginning mess up the system (why the vedio on youtube with a SEGA guy told us to calibrate???!). So I tried to delete the memory of my HOTD file and set up a new account (put in the disk and select the game again after deleting the original file) and it works!! EVERYTHING WENT BACK TO NORMAL.
Bad thing about this method is that we lost all of our paly history (credit, life, scores) by doing this and have to start from scratch again.
Remember! DO NOT CALIBRATE YOUR REMOTE!!!!!
There is a setting in the options menu where you can choose the look of your reticle. One of those options is "NONE" this may be the reason you are not seeing a pointer. This can be set on a per player basis, which would explain why one player has a poiunter an the other doesn't. The pointer options do not affect the calibration screen, this would explain why you only have issues during gameplay.
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you have the Zen Garden, water the plants until they don't need
anything else. After that, change the Date on your PC to another day. As
soon as you do, the plants will need water again. Repeat this -- buy
new plants, grow them to full size, sell and repeat to earn money.
This also works to get Marigolds in Crazy Dave's shop when they are
out of stock. You can fill up your Zen Garden and make all the money you
need. You don't even have to close out of the game.
CostumesEnter these codes with your keyboard during gameplay for the desired effect:
future - Futuristic sunglasses for zombies
mustache - Zombies with mustaches
pinata - A shower of candy when a zombie dies
trickedout - Alternate Lawn Mower appearance
sukhbir - Toggles the zombie's call for brains-sound
daisies - Zombies leave small daisies behind when killed
Milking Walnut Bowling for coinsHere's how to make Walnut Bowling more profitable:
1) Protect the Lawnmowers -- Each Mower is worth one gold coin ($250).
2) Line up shots off the front runner. After the first zombie is hit, each additional zombie strike generates coins.
3) Create a front runner where none exists! Pole vaulting zombies run
fast until they vault over a nut, and the newspaper zombie runs fast
after getting the paper destroyed by a nut. Just let them run a little
bit down the lawn before sending a nut their way.
4) Just because you have nuts does not mean you have to use them.
This is where "Nerves of Steel" comes into play. When there are a few
zombies ambling down the lawn without a clear ricochet shot, wait a
little bit to see if more of their friends will step out to play. They
can always be killed once they cross the red line.
5) Remember how many nuts it takes to kill a zombie; this is
important when the cross the red line. Use one nut for regular zombies,
three for bucket wearing zombies, and two for the rest.
6) Reserve the exploding nuts. Try not to use those nuts unless a mob
crosses the line, or there are not enough nuts or room to clear out a
hard to kill zombie. Use the regular walnuts for the zombies that have
not reached the red line.
7) Don't use exploding nuts to kill pole vaulting zombies directly.
Pole vaulting zombies only jump obstacles in their own lane. A pole
vaulting zombie who has not vaulted yet will safely jump over explosions
or nuts in their own lane; so find a neighbor in the next lane and time
the nut to hit when the pole vaulting zombie gets close to the
Play Slot Machine for Extra Coins and Diamonds1)
Set up your defenses around the slot machine. Try for one row of
wallnuts on the right side, one or two rows of sunflowers on the left,
and fill everything else with pea and snow pea shooters.
2) Protect the lawn mowers. Each are worth a Gold Coin at the end of the game, so don't let them mow the zombies.
3) Stop collecting sun around 1900 sun points. At this point, the
garden should be full, so getting the extra 100 points to win should be
easy. Just collect enough sun to offset the slot machine.
4) Keep the slot machine spinning! It will randomly drop one or three gems as long the patience lasts.
5) If the Zombies get close to the mowers, end the game. Just collect the sun lying on the field to end the game.
Switch Locked SeedsTired of being stuck with the crappy cards Crazy Dave
makes you have? All you have to do is exit the game and
restart it and the 3 cards will be changed to something
To get better points for kills... try using your pistol and shoot the legs a few times, then using a better gun, shoot its head off. Wait for them to get closer for better accurate shots. When a zombie is at a window wait a while for it to break a few boards, and then kill it and repair. Get 700p first, then by an m1a1 carbine in room 1. To last longer... only open the door in room 1 that has the word help scribbled on it, it has a Thompson, double barrel shotgun, 2 windows, 1 wall that they can break and a mystery box (the reason for the room, costs 950p to open, containing most of the weapons and a really cool ray gun, 1 shot kill but slow travel time) this is simple maths... the less windows the less flanking opportunities for the zombies who get more and more intelligent. Unlock the stairs in room 1, buy the trench gun and a BAR, sit in the corner where grenades are available, through them when there's a load of them, when you run out just turn and buy some more, camp basicaly.
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That happens to me too! I think it only lets you invade once a day. I only invade once a day; that usually solves the problem. If it doesn't, either keep trying to invade (this actually makes your zombies hungrier!), or check the app store for an update for the app. My problem is a little different; it only started doing that after I invaded with the maximum number of zombies and then lost one in the invasion.