Question about Nintendo Wii Play for Wii
I have just purchased wii play from ebay and I cannot get the gun sights to move.
Ensure that your not too close and not too far from your TV, and make sure that your sensor bar is properly set atop (or below) the screen.
Aiming takes a minimal amount of movement once you get your cursor on the screen. Big motions are not necessary to move your sights around the screen - just little movements with the wrist. Once you find that sweet spot, you should get good experience with the Wiimote.
Finally, make sure the batteries in your sensor bar (if you are NOT using the one that came with your Wii) and the batteries in your remote are fully charged. To know if the batteries in your Wiimote are charged, the first time you press a button on the Wiimote after turning on your Wii, you'll notice that 1 to 4 of the blue LEDs will be blinking. If all four are blinking, the batteries are good. If only one blinks, time to replace them.
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Posted on Feb 04, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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