After watching the demo at the beginning it says to press the + button to get into the game but nothing happens when we press the button. It won't start the game It goes back into the demos. I don't have a manual. Please can you help.
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Re: I can't start the game.
The problem may be that the wii remote is broken. If you get another wii remote and same problem it may be the disk. Check for scratches and finger prints. If its as clean as a wistle return it, get a new one and if the same problem occurs ask Nintendo.
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From the Disney/Pixar Toy Story Mania! opening screen, press the 1 button on Player 1 Wii remote to start.
At the "How many players?" (color palette) screen, point to the number of players (1 through 4) and press the A button.
Point to the desired color for each player and press the A button on the corresponding Wii remote. The player's number will be displayed in the color (for example: 1 in yellow, 2 in purple). Point to the green arrow and press the A button to advance.
At the name entry screen (Mr. Spell), starting with Player 1, point to the letters and press the A button to select. Once Player 1's name has been entered, point to "Enter" and press the A button to advance to the next player.
When all players' names have been entered, you may select from Story or Freeplay mode to begin playing. Freeplay mode will only contain games that were previously unlocked in Story mode. For more information on Disney/Pixar Toy Story Mania! game modes, see the game manual.
If you have multiple wii remotes, make sure the remote you are using is synced to your system. In case you are not sure how to do this:
1. Open the battery cover on the remote and press the red "SYNC" button. The lights on the remote should begin flashing.
2. Open the SD slot on the Wii system and press the "SYNC" button.
3. Once the lights on the remote stop flashing, the process is complete and you should be able to use your remote.
Remember, you have to go through this process with each new remote in order for it to work.
Make sure nothing is on the DDR Controller arrows.
Also make sure you haven't moved the control stick on the Nunchuck when starting the game.
If you accidently move the control stick on the Nunchuck, press and hold A, B, +, and - buttons on the Wii remote simultaneously for 3 seconds.
If nothing is on the arrows, and you haven't moved the Nunchuck control stick and this problem still occurs, something might not be working properly.
I thought I had a similar problem. It helps to read the instructions on how to play the game. You can re-read the instrictions on how to play the game in the help menu by pressing + and following it to the mini games.
What you need to do to start the game is hold the control pointing it to the ground. Press A to start the power gauge and away you go. If your still unsuccessful, you may have another problem.
We had the same problem. Turned out that if you have an original gamecube controller plugged in at the same time you are attempting to use the Wii remote it will only let you use the gamecube controller. Unplug the gamecube controller and you can now use the Wii remote. Or, you can choose to use the Gamecube controller. Both will work.
Another possibility is that the original poster did not push the "+"
button on the main remote when on the screen in Mario Kart to register
happened to me. I was holding down the 1 and 2 buttons over and over on
the second remote, watching the blue lights flash, but the remote
wouldn't register. Eventually someone noticed the instructions on the
screen to push the "+" button. When you push the "+" button, another
screen appears to let you really register additional remotes.
Wii Sports, there is no pushing of the "+" button to register new
remotes... I had incorrectly assumed it worked the same way in Mario
Kart and didn't bother reading the on-screen instructions.