Flick your Wii remote when the ball is hanging at the top of the toss. If you time it right, the ball should catch fire and shoot off very fast. The speed that you flick your wrist doesn’t matter, you just need to flick it exactly when the ball is at its highest point.
Make sure that you hit the ball early while it is in the air. During the process of hitting the ball, roll your wrist forward. This will give the ball topspin. If you wish to give the ball a backspin, you should roll your wrist backwards.
In Wii Sports, the maximum confirmed skill level you can achieve without hacks is 2399.
With Wii Baseball you can throw different types of pitches by pushing A (Screwball), B (Curveball), and A+B at the same time (splitter). You can also select the pitch location (inside, outside, up, down) by using the control pad.
A strike is when you knock down all ten pins at your first attempt in a single frame. Two strikes in a row are called a double, three strikes in a row are called a Turkey, while four and five strikes in a row are called four/five-bagger(s) and so on and so forth. A strike is commonly indicated with an “X”.
After picking Miis in the pre-game menus and arriving at the final warning screen, hold down the 2 Button before advancing. Keep it held down until the black fades to reveal the blue practice court on which you can play a regular doubles game.
You can increase your skill level only by playing the game in single-player mode and by not changing the computer controlled team. You can have two players play a game of Tennis, but you both have to be on the same team in order for this to work.
If you are a pro in Wii Tennis, your audience will be bigger, and have more of your Miis. You will have a silver tennis racket.
When pitching, a player can throw balls up to 100 mph. Press the directional pad when you are about to pitch to decide in what direction you’d like to throw: “Left” for inside pitch, “right” for outside pitch, and “up” or “down” to throw over the plate.
He is not a Pro in Table Tennis, but he is still good. His skill is 776+. He is not great at Cycling, coming 77th out of 98.
|Original white Wii standing upright on its stand next to a Wii Remote|
|Type||Home video game console|
|Release date||NA: November 19, 2006 JP: December 2, 2006 AU: December 7, 2006 EU: December 8, 2006 show Revisions|
Different Tennis Court
You can change the tennis court to a blue practice court by holding “2” at the warning screen after you select characters.
300 Games on Record
Fero Williams seems to have an addiction to 300 games. According to the USBC record books, Williams has rolled over 135 of them. You read that right – 135! Even with that crazy number next to his name, he’s only 31 years old.
Twelve strikes in a row is a perfect game; 36 straight strikes constitutes a 900 series. Due to the difficulty of achieving a game of 300 or a series of 900, many bowling alleys maintain 300 and 900 club plaques.
A tweener (a term derived from “in-between”) is a bowler who delivers the ball in a manner that falls somewhere in between stroking and cranking. They have rev rates between 300 and 370 rpm. … Some use the term to refer to a bowler who is simply not a “picture perfect” example of either a stroker or a cranker.
Creative Bowling Lingo
Consecutive strikes have numerous designations depending on their total number. Double – A Fairly obvious one, a double is two strikes in a row. … Ham-Turkey Dinner – Logically, this is a marriage of two accomplishments into one name: “hambone” (four) and “turkey” (three)—that’s seven in a row.
Raise your Wii Remote to begin to pitch. Flick your wrist quickly to throw a fastball. Depending on how fast you’ve flicked your wrist, the ball should read a speed of 100 mph.
The color of the hard courts was changed from green to blue, providing better visibility for the fans, making it easier for the players to see the ball and allowing television viewers to track the ball more easily on their screens.
To get your hands on a gold bowling ball, simply hold right on the Wii Remote +Control Pad whilst confirming your Mii selection before the game and keep it held down until the safety message screen is displayed.
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