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    how to pause without player wiimote?

    Hi all, I know that it is possible to pause a game by pressing the home button or the + button on an active player's wiimote, but is it possible to pause the game using an inactive wiimote, or the console, or any other way? I'd like a person who isn't actually playing the game (Wii Sports Resort Sword Slice) to be able to pause the game.

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    An "inactive" Wii Remote with the blue player number indicator off won't be able to do anything. A Wii Remote must be powered on to do something. You can use a second (or third or fourth) Wii Remote that is on to press the home button to pause a game. Certain games may also allow the second Wii Remote to actually pause the game.
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    just press "home" button

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    Quote Originally Posted by andreimoto View Post
    just press "home" button
    Hmm....

    Quote Originally Posted by Ifry View Post
    Hi all, I know that it is possible to pause a game by pressing the home button or the + button on an active player's wiimote, but is it possible to pause the game using an inactive wiimote, or the console, or any other way? I'd like a person who isn't actually playing the game (Wii Sports Resort Sword Slice) to be able to pause the game.

    Thanks!
    Quote Originally Posted by real-o View Post
    An "inactive" Wii Remote with the blue player number indicator off won't be able to do anything. A Wii Remote must be powered on to do something. You can use a second (or third or fourth) Wii Remote that is on to press the home button to pause a game. Certain games may also allow the second Wii Remote to actually pause the game.
    Did you even read the thread, andreimoto?
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