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Bowling Swing Problem

Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Gaming' started by bamatex82, Aug 4, 2007.

  1. bamatex82

    bamatex82 WiiChat Member

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    I having trouble keeping my avatar's swing synchronized with my swing. I can go for several throws without a problem, but sometimes the avatar's arm swings forward way too soon - I'm still swinging backwards and it goes forward. Sometimes this problem does not go away until 5 or 6 tries later. I figured out how to stop him from throwing, but not from swinging too soon.

    I'm already at pro level, so this is not an experience problem. I have fresh batteries and my wiimote is synchronized. What is causing this to happen?:confused:

    PS -If this has already been answered on the forum, but I could not find it.
     
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  2. Chase&Fred

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    You are probably going too fast when bringing up your arm. You have to wait until you miis arm is up before holding B and rolling.
     
  3. bamatex82

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    I edited my first post to clarify. Everything at the start has the arm up. It's on the back swing when the avatar starts swinging forward - sometimes. Can't figure out what I could possibly be doing different between a good swing and a "bad" one.
     
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    Try taking out the batteries and putting them back in. If that doesn't work, then I don't know what to say. :/
     

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