Once the truck goes airborne, tilt the Wii Remote every which way to line up perfect landings for turbo boosts.
Internet Channel: Surf the web using the Wii Remote.
After all, no Nintendo Wii walkthrough would make any sense if you did not understand how to use the Wii Remote and where the different buttons are on the controller!
You can use the Wii Remote and Nunchuk at the same time, drive with the Wii Wheel, or play with a GameCube controller.
One nice thing about the newer version is you can use any of the controllers that are supported on the Wii, like the Wii Remote and the Gamecube Controller.
For example, you may find that the motion sensor on your Wii Remote isn't functioning properly when you play Wii Sports.
The Move is a special PlayStation controller you hold and make realistic movements with, similar to the Wii Remote on the Nintendo Wii.
When you get to the warning screen just after selecting your characters, start holding the (2) button on your Wii Remote.
While choosing your Mii character, hold one of the four directions on the directional pad on the Wii Remote.
Do not touch the Wii Remote and do not touch any of the buttons.
This game uses the Wii Remote to determine your accuracy.
You strap the Wii Remote to your hip in order for the game to detect your movements.
The Wii Remote acts as your Pom-Poms and you shake them to energizing music.
This game came bundled with a Wii Remote.
Whereas Dance Dance Revolution relies on a dancing mat you place on the ground, Just Dance uses the motion captured with the Wii Remote and Nunchuk attachment.
When you bowl, keep the Wii remote twisted the whole time so all buttons are pointed toward you.
It's an epic adventure game where you use the Wii remote to swing a sword, aim a bow and arrow and use all types of weapons to explore the land of Hyrule.
Possibly one of the quirkiest Wii games thus far, Elebits uses the Wii remote to allow you to manipulate objects in a house, turning them over to find the little creatures called Elebits that power appliances.
Point and aim your gun with the Wii remote and fight sword battles by swinging it like a real blade.
Using the Wii remote you must perform various surgical procedures on patients in critical condition.
Use the Wii remote to avoid obstacles and collect rings as Sonic moves at blinding speeds.
Waving around a Wii Remote on its own is exactly the same.
In order to pick up an object, simply aim the energy beam at that object with your Wii Remote.
This is one of the easiest racing games to play, because you simply hold the Wii Remote on its side and tilt it as if you were turning a steering wheel.
You need one Wii remote to play, which you should already have.
However, after the GameCube game loads, the Wii Remote is rendered inoperable.
You will not be able to activate the home menu or remotely turn off the console from the Wii Remote.
The Wii Remote gets positioned just like you were throwing a dart, and then you flick your wrist to send the virtual dart sailing.
Some of the games are annoying at first, but when you nail down the mechanics and realize the Wii Remote motions and practice a little bit, it is possible you will become addicted to some of the games.
The Wii Remote is well utilized with the different motions for each of the 20+ games.
If you consider the $45 you'd spend on a Wii Remote and an additional $20 for the Wii MotionPlus attachment, the price of the Nyko Wand+ sounds more attractive.
Using the Wii Remote in an innovative way, this game lets you blast and capture the bad guys, just like from the movie.
It can get pretty tiring swinging that Wii Remote around, doing yoga with Wii Fit, and playing a variety of other physically active games, so you may want to curl up with a good movie afterward.
Whether you are not ready to go to the gym or exercise outdoors, boot up a copy of this game, don the Wii Remote and Nunchuck, and get moving and feel good!
The early Nintendo Wii launch game by Konami utilizes the motion sensitive Wii Remote remarkably well.
Moving the Wii Remote aims a small reticule ("target") on the screen.
Picking up and sliding objects around is as simple as moving the Wii Remote.
The control scheme for Endless Ocean for the Wii fits the Wii Remote well and it is easy to pick up.
Instead of using a directional pad or an analog stick to control your speedy truck, you hold the Wii Remote (affectionately known as the Wii-mote in some circles) on its side, tilting it to the left and right to turn.
As you fly through the air, you can perform tricks and must attempt to land on all four wheels by adjusting the pitch (tilting the Wii Remote forward or back).
With Wii Sports: Tennis, for example, you actually swing with the Wii Remote like how you would a real tennis racket.
Use the Wii Remote to pass, kick and shove your way through a brand new season of high impact football.
One of the more unique launch titles for the Wii, Rayman Raving Rabbids puts the motion-sensitive Wii Remote to good use and provides a wacky gaming experience.
Both are controlled with the motion-sensitive Wii Remote and add a new level of interactivity to first person shooters.
Using the Wii Remote to tilt, tumble and move the simians about, Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz is a great introduction to the new motion controls and gives you a lot of unique ways to play with your friends.
Downhill Jam lets you tilt and whirl the Wii Remote to really get into the game.
Using the motion-sensitive Wii Remote and Nunchuk attachment, choose from a variety of doctor's surgical instruments and help save patients' lives in this tense (and remarkably difficult) game.
The system comes with one Wii Remote and one attachable nunchuk accessory, but if you want to play multiplayer games, you'll need more.
The Wii Remote retails for around $40 while the nunchuk attachment is approximately half that.
A Nintendo brand Wii Remote is $39.99, but a third party Remote runs about $29.99-$34.99.
Both the original Wii Sports and the newer Wii Sports Resort rely heavily on motion-based controls and the Wii Remote.
To play the tennis game, for example, you really do swing the Wii Remote as if it were a real tennis racket.
For the Swordplay game, you wield the Wii Remote as if it were a physical sword and swing accordingly.
With Mario Kart Wii, players are given the option of holding the Wii Remote horizontally (much like an NES controller).
In doing so, they can tilt the Wii Remote to steer their vehicles.
In New Super Mario Bros Wii, players play like how they would in the original Super Mario Bros game using the directional pad and face buttons, but "shaking" the Wii Remote provides additional actions.
This connects to the base of the Wii Remote and is typically used with the other hand.
The Wii Remote is held in the right hand and the nunchuk is held in the left hand.
When you thrust the Wii Remote forward, your on-screen character will throw a right punch.
Using a combination of the Wii Remote and the Balance Board, you engage yourself in a number of challenges to get your heart pumping and your blood flowing.
In perhaps the biggest recall in gaming, Nintendo recalled over three million wrists straps for the Wii Remote.
The strap had a tendency to break if the Wii Remote was used vigorously.
This is done by tilting the Wii Remote or Wii Wheel upwards.
To have Miis in the Parade, you previously had to save the Mii to a Wii Remote and physically transported it to your friend's house.
If you have a profile that you'd like to take to a friend's house, then you can store the Mii in your Wii Remote.
Click the Wii Remote button and if you have more than one remote on, pick which one you are going to use.
When you connect your remote to your friend's system or your friend's remote to your system, you will perform the reverse process and drag the Miis from the Wii remote slots into the Mii Plaza.
To access the password entry system in MySims on the Wii, bring up the pause screen during a game by hitting the - button located to the left of the Home button on the Wii Remote.
In 2005, Nintendo gave us a glimpse to what would released later as the Nintendo Wii, a console with a very different controller type: a Wii Remote and a Nunchuk that could hook together and play revolutionary games.
The Nintendo Wii is an excellent system for fishing games since the unique Wii Remote makes the motions you'll use to catch fish realistic.
Like many of the devices you use to play Wii games, the Wii remote fits in the bottom portion of the rod.
The sensor bar is how the Wii knows which way the Wii Remote is pointing.
There are also useful diagrams outlining how to use the Wii Remote wrist strap.
The new attachment enhances the Wii Remote to accurately and more quickly detect complex motions.
Because the game is on the Wii, you will be able to use the Wii Remote and Nunchuk as the rod and reel.
Stand up on the Wii Balance Board and walk down the catwalk, adding extra movements using the Wii Remote.
This is when you hold the Wii Remote on its side.
Alternatively, you can use the Wii Remote and Nunchuk in tandem.
Using this mode, gamers punch using the Wii Remote and Nunchuk, but they duck and dodge by shifting their weight on the Balance Board.
Because of the unique motion sensitive controls on the Nintendo Wii, you can get a pretty realistic driving experience by holding the Wii Remote sideways in racing games like Excite Truck, GT Pro Series, and Need for Speed Carbon.
Each door slowly opens in succession and you must aim your virtual hand with the Wii Remote at the door, slamming it shut by shaking the Nunchuk attachment.
For instance, the Nintendo Wii game makes use of the motion-sensing controls of the Wii Remote and Nunchuk attachment.
Gamecube/Classic controllers should hold R, Wii Remote with Nunchuk should hold Z, and Wii Remote alone should hold Minus (-).
This does not work on the Wii Remote only control scheme, however.
The Nintendo Wii Remote is used for all kinds of motion-based video games on the Wii, letting you swing the Remote just as you would a golf club or a tennis racket.
The Wii Remote can also be used to save Mii characters for use on other consoles.
While at the console with the Mii that you would like to save, connect your Wii Remote to this console and navigate to the Mii Channel.
Along the right side, there is an icon that looks like a Wii Remote.
Select the Wii Remote where you would like to save the Mii.
Each Wii Remote can house up to ten Mii characters.
Move the Mii to one of the available slots on the Wii Remote.
Characters saved on the Wii Remote can also be transferred onto a Wii console's internal memory.
A sensor bar that allows the Wii remote controller to be used up to 16 feet away.
These letters also represent the shape of the Wii Remote.
At the bottom of the remote are four blue lights indicating which player number is associated with that particular Wii Remote.
Controls are very intuitive: swing the Wii Remote in Wii Sports: Tennis to swing the racket, for example.
The Nunchuk is a Wii accessory that attaches to the bottom of the Wii Remote.
This is an additional part you add to the Wii Remote for more accurate motion detection.
Using the Wii Remote to play Guitar Hero just isn't fun.
Using the regular Wii Remote is fine for some, but action is quicker and more fluid in shooting games because the light gun creates realism for aiming and reloading.
The Wii Remote is meant to mimic the arrow that is being held within your bow.
Your character will automatically run towards the birdie and you are responsible for swinging the Wii Remote just like you would a badminton racket.
Both the Wii Remote and Nunchuk are required, as the latter is used for character movement and the former is used for shooting and passing.
Just like basketball, both the Nunchuk and the Wii Remote are used for this event.
You steer by tilting the Wii Remote to the left and right.
In this event, you point the Wii Remote at the screen and twist the controller left and right to turn.
They cover the board in the same manner as the Wii Remote covers do to absorb shock and keep it clean, slowing down the wear and tear of the Balance Board.
You can use the balance board exclusively (not recommended for beginners) or a combination of the board and the Wii remote.
For those extremely terrified of using the balance board, you can just use the Wii Remote and Nunchuck instead.
Snowball Fight: Engage in a snowball fight with other Miis on a field of play, shifting weight to either side to peer out from behind a barrier and throwing snowballs with the Wii Remote.
There is the newer Mario Kart that makes use of the new Wii Remote motion-sensing controls, but there is also a classic racing game that may bring back some nostalgic memories.
You insert the Wii Remote into this wheel and steer as if you were really driving the kart!
The other three control schemes involve the Classic Controller, the GameCube controller, and the combination of the Wii Remote and Nunchuk attachment.
Mii takes a nap: In the main menu of Wii Play, if you leave the Wii Remote alone and don't touch any buttons or do any movement, you will see your on-screen Mii character fall asleep.
In order to access these different game modes, hold the "2" button on the Wii Remote while pressing "A" on the "Select a Mii" screen before an event starts.
This new peripheral attaches to the bottom portion of a regular Wii Remote and it is meant to provide greater accuracy and precision with the motion-based gameplay.
The video game package placed the Wii MotionPlus inside a special elongated version of the Wii Remote silicone protective cover, ensuring that gamers would still be able to protect against damage.
Some games, like golf and bowling, can be enjoyed by several people using a single Wii Remote (or "Wiimote"), while others, like boxing and tennis, must make use of additional controllers.
The rest of the characters on-screen are controlled by the computer, or -- alternatively -- you can control multiple characters with a single Wii Remote.
The on-screen avatars gravitate toward the ball on their own, while you must swing the Wii Remote (just like how you swing a real tennis racket) to hit the ball back.
Mimicking real life motions, you hold the Wii Remote in front of your chest like how you would when preparing for your turn in real bowling.
It is the only game in Wii Sports to make use of both the Wii Remote and the Nunchuk attachment.
You hold the Wii Remote in your right hand, the Nunchuk in your left hand, and throw your punches accordingly.
Before each swing, whether it's a "live" shot or a practice swing, remember to prep your player by pointing the Wii Remote directly downwards in front of you.
The Wii Zapper is meant to provide a more intuitive shooting experience for gamers by transforming the Wii Remote and Nunchuk into a complete gun-like peripheral.
It's essentially a plastic shell meant to house the Wii Remote and Nunchuk attachment.
The Wii Remote fits on the top of the Zapper and the "B" button is translated to a physical trigger on the front handle.
This mimics a toy gun much better than the Wii Remote on its own.
In addition to the usual control style wherein you hold the Wii Remote and Nunchuk separately, these titles offer a special Wii Zapper mode.
In doing this Wii Zapper review, we found that the biggest limitation to the accessory was that it limited access to the face buttons on the Wii Remote.