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    One-handed games?

    So, I burned the palm of my hand today at work, and I'm wondering, are there are any Wii games that only require the use of one hand?

    I'm probably actually still able to play with my burned hand (though I'll probably get scolded by my mother for it), but I'm still curious.

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    Wii sports all games except boxing uses one hand

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    I have no next gen consoles so I am neutral.

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    Other than Wii Sports, though? Because I kind of got bored of that a few days after I got the Wii...

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    Wii Sports (cept you cant play boxing).

    I havent come across any others that have one handed play, maybe Tiger Woods Golf (though i have not played it, i cant imagine it having to use both controllers at the same time).

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    Ranked in this order...

    Big Brain Academy...All challenges are one handed.
    Wario Smooth Moves...although there are some nunchuck mini games
    Super Monkey Ball - The single player mode is totally one hand ...there are some multiplayer minis that require the nunchuck.
    Wii Play ... Tanks mini can use just one hand but it is easier with the nunchuck


    Hope this helps, that's all I can think of right now.

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    Mario Party 8. It has the little nunchuk symbol on the case but the only time I found I needed it was to play the extra bonus crap. But the main game you don't seem to need it.


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    Well, in Mario Party 8 there are quite a few minigames that require you to turn the remote on it's side and use it like a normal controller, but I'm sure you'd be able to maneuver that.
    It seems like a lot of games don't always require the use of the nunchuk, it just depends on the title. If you go to a gamestop or somewhere, I've noticed the back of each game's case shows whether you need the nunchuk or not.
    I haven't played them, but maybe these would work too:
    Cooking Mama
    Trauma Center
    Kororinpa: Marble Mania

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    get a brando light gun and get red steel one hand

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    Thanks for the replies, guys.

    I ended up getting Mario Party 8, and so far I've been able to manage the games that require turning the remote on it's side like a normal controller. It's quite a bit easier than holding the nunchuck or any other conventional controller because it doesn't have to come in contact with my palm.

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    lol i have to ask- how did u manage to burn ur hand?

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