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Wii Bowling

Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Gaming' started by My Wii And Mii, Jan 4, 2007.

  1. My Wii And Mii

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    Anyone got any tips for the perfect bowl im tryin to get a perfect game all i do so far is go 5 clicks to the right and get high loft on it any other throws you have? :confused:
     
  2. Link the Man

    Link the Man Link's destiny is mine.

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    use science and physics. it should be like real bowling. if you don't flick the remote too hard the ball will roll slower giving you a more accurate throw. bowling isn't about speed or power.
     
  3. My Wii And Mii

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    How do you do it ?
     
  4. Cooki3monst3r

    Cooki3monst3r CRMNL '84

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    go to far right then 1 left and when you release your shot twist the remote so the IR tip points to your left. thats how i manage a strike nearly every time.

    good tip is to just play 1 player round after round untill you find your style.
     
  5. Link the Man

    Link the Man Link's destiny is mine.

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    uh... kay. pretend the remote is a bowling ball just don't actually let go of it or you'll see a hole in your tv. step to the tv but not to close or you'll hit your tv. lol. this gives you the feel of bowling. then hold the a button and b trigger. then swing your arm forward and then high above your head. your bound to make a strike on a regular basis if the ball on the screen actually flies up in the air. but if you wanna take the accurate approach for spare softly swing your arm to about shoulder hight.
     

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