Question about Toys
Grandson gota V-Tech Motion game player and a plug & play Star Wars Clone Blaster plug & play gun for Christmas. Can't get the games to play on the tv. What do we do?
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Initially, pls try and check if you have a Video/TV button on the front control panel. If yes pressing on that would cycle the Emerson TV unit from regular channel reception to Audio/Video inputs.
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Posted on Dec 27, 2008
For plug and Play You plug them throught video-audio female plug of your TV using a mail plug of your game. This is just example of male and female plug
If you dont have AV in on your TV you need to use an adapter whis connects to antenna
(Big Lots 9.99). After you turn your game on you can find it usually on channel which you use for DVD/VCR. If you can not find it you go setting auto channel and here you go (dont forget to insert battery in you game).
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
Easy to Setup and Control
Getting ready for your child's first game is easy. Simply insert the included AA batteries into the game console and the included AAA batteries into the controller. Then connect the console to your TV using the include A/V cable, slide a Smartridge cartridge into the game slot, and you're ready to go.
For each game, there are two control options. Kids can pick to use the joystick as a directional controller, or they can pick to use the motion of the controller itself. This means that tipping the controller left, right, forward, or backward inspires a corresponding motion on screen, letting kids get up and move around instead of staying stationary in front of the TV.
This is extra fun when your on-screen character is doing something fast-paced, like racing down a bobsled course. On the flip side, games that require more nuanced controls are often easier to navigate using the joystick. There's even a switch that lets you decide which way is "up," so the controller can be customized to accommodate right and left handed players.
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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