When playing the bowling game, the instrutions keeps appearing on the screen where as they didn't before. are they surposed to be there all the time? you need to press b or a, that kind of thing. just wondering.
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Re: instrutions appearing all the time
Bowling is particularly sensitive to the location of the Wiimote when you start the action, so yes, there is more text than usual. The proper procedure to bowl is:
1) Hold Wiimote up against your chest in a vertical manner.
2) Press and hold the "B" button.
3) While keeping your finger on the "B" button, rotate and stiffen your arm behind you, then rotate forward, releasing the "B" button in stride.
If you wait too long, you will get an error.
If you release the "B" button before you rotate your arm, you will get an error.
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From the ground floor of the Tower, move to the left towards the door. There should be a door labeled "Map." Enter through the door by pressing the A button to access the map . From the map screen, the characters will appear near the tower. Move the characters towards the top left of the screen. There should be a town called "First Frolic" second from the left, enter this town to begin the game.
Everytime you win a tennis match, your skill level will go up. The higher the skill/the strength of your wins will determine what skill level you face next. Bowling skill ranks are determined on how well you do in each game. Once you reach PRO, you get a sparkling ball. Keep trying at both Tennis and Bowling and you should see your skill rating start to rise. Good Luck!
I had the same problem until I realized that you had to have the device pointed upward before pressing the (B) button to initiate the bowler. When you do this, the bowler first takes a stance and you continue to hold the (B) button in as you swing your arm and release it as it passes your ankle.
The more you play, the more the better you get.
There is a guide that you can get that will solve all errors like this and black screens it has been a lifesaver for me. Have a look at http://www.freegamesforwii.info/?cat=11 they have info on where to get this guide. I cant remeber the site off the top of my head,.
it could be simply that the remotes are not turned on.or it could be that they are not pointing it at the motion sensor or they are standing too close. I would advise to stand atleast 5 feet away from the screen note that the blue pokeball is the wii remote pointer
When playing video games on an HDTV there can be a slight delay between the input and the picture on the screen, because the TV spends time processing the signal. Most games won't be a problem with this, but rhythm games need to be right on. Your TV may have a "game mode" you can set it to that will sync things up better. Check the on-screen menus for your TV for an option like this.
It depends on the game in which you are playing. some games only require the one controller, but some require both. Rule of thumb, if you're both going to be playing at the same time and it's not a turn based game like bowling, you'll need two controllers.
The web site of Crave Entertainment (the seller of the game) says the following:
Unfortunately there is an error in the manual stating that you can bring your pre-configured bowler into ‘Quick Play’. You can not bring a pre-configured bowler made in Career into ‘Quick Play’. We apologize for this error and hope that you continue to enjoy Brunswick Bowling for the Wii.
So apparently there is no way to have a multi-player game with the individual characters you create which is quite an oversight since this seems like the most common thing people would want to do.