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I couldn't find any information on the Wii version of the game, but in the DS version you save by pressing start, then pressing the L button to access the save/load menu. The process is probably similar.
If you want to delete your saved game follow these steps:
1. Find the saved game by entering the Wii Options at your home screen. 2. Click on Data Management and then Save Data. You can access there your saved games. 3. Select the saved game you want to delete.You can navigate through the files by clicking the right and left arrows on the screen or by pressing the "+" and "-" buttons on the Wii remote. 4. Erase the file by clicking on the right-hand "Erase" box, and when prompted to erase the save data, select "Yes" on the bottom of the screen. The Wii will immediately delete the saved game from your Wii internal memory.
Is it always on the same track? I noticed on my copy that if the Wii disconnects and connetcs to the wifi during play it causes it to pause or stutter. Try going into the main Wii menu and disabling the wireless features while you play.
There are a lot of websites that cater to gamers on the internet. Most of these sites have a database of directions on how to play the game. I have listed a few sites I use myself. (please keep in mind that you may have to register with the site to get access to the game manuals but in these cases registration is free as is access to the manuals. www.gamespy.com www.gamespot.com www.cheatmasters.com
This is actually the "Wii Play" game. You must unlock each game by successfully completing the previous game. In this case, I believe that you must play, and finish, Billiards or Laser Hockey to unlock Fishing, then complete Fishing to play Charge!, and so on.
Each Mii that you play on your Wii Play game must each go through the growing pains of passing each section first. You should be able to drudge through the games in about 3-5 minutes each. Once the games are unlocked, they stay unlocked.