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This game is titled Wii Play in North America, Europe, and Australia, and Hajimete no Wii in Japan.
Laser Hockey: Alternate paddle
Press A + B before the game timer begins.
Control score display
To skip the scores after the game hold A. To
pause it, hold B.
Allow the game to idle at the Game menu. Your Mii will
fall asleep and new music will play. Your Mii will eventually
wake up and the music will return to normal.
Complete the indicated task to earn the corresponding
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- Billiards: Get at least 63 points.
- Charge: Get a score of 325 points.
- Find Mii: Get to stage 100.
- Fishing: Get over 2,500 points.
- Laser Hockey: Get at least 16 goals and win the match.
- Pose Mii: Get over 1,000 points.
- Shooting Mange: Get over 600 points.
- Table Tennis: Return the ball more than 200 times without missing.
- Tanks: Complete the first 20 levels to get the Gold medal, then play through the game again, which now has 100 levels.
Find Mii: Different Mii
When you are playing the Find Mii mini-game, every
time that you are asked to find the different Mii or Miis, start
to point every Mii. If at any moment you are pointing to a Mii
but instead the Mii in front of that one stands up (or the one
at the back, etc.), that one is the different one (the Mii that
stands up without pointing it out).
Laser Hockey: Gold medal
To get the gold medal you must get a score of at least ten and win the game.
Shooting Range: Double shots
During a single player game in the shooting range, press a button on a second Wiimote. You will now have two sets of crosshairs, and if you are quick enough, twice the shots.
Shooting Range: Easy points
When you are shooting, go for the birds first. At level
2 you can get extra points by shooting the target when it has
a shape in the middle. At the last level, get the golden UFOs.
This can get you 5 points.
Select your Mii at the main menu and it will do different things. If you select its right arm, it will give you a thumbs up. If you select its left arm, it will wave. If you select its head, it will shake it. If you select its torso, it will jump. If you select its right leg, it will lift it up along with its hands. If you select its left leg, it will act as if it is about to fall.
After you first reach the finish line on Stampede, go to the Wii Play main menu. In the background, you should see other Miis that are on your Wii walk across the screen. They may do the things that the Mii you are using does when you click on different parts of the body. A few might fly across with a swimming-like motion. The only "click action" the background Miis do not do is the one where their eyes temporarily become round.
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