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Offline JonLeung

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Wii "secrets"
« on: November 22, 2006, 12:19:02 pm »
I stole these from GoNintendo here:

Wii "Secrets"

Apparently a GoNintendo reader named Grant got these off of the IGN Messageboards...

? In the Photo Channel, you can catch the evil cat that runs across the screen to get tips! It appears in the Fun option, and you can grab the cat with the A and B button.

? You can have a 192 piece puzzle by holding down the 1 button before selecting any piece amount.

? If you don?t have an SD card and still want to check out Photo Channel, you can e-mail a JPEG to your Wii Message Board. There is a size limit for any mail you send to it - possibly 1 MB.

? If you put MP3s in your SD card along with your photos, you can change the background music during a slideshow to one of your MP3s.

? Co-op jigsaw puzzles are possible in the Photo Channel.

? When the Wii Message Board records your play time, if you don?t exit to the Wii Menu before you power off the machine, it records the play time as ?other?. If you properly exit to the menu and then shut off it will record it as the correct game.

? You can rearrange almost anything on the Wii?like the channels and messages by just holding the A and B buttons.

? The plasma burn-in reduction kicks in the second the Wii Remote shuts down.

? When you get an e-mail, not only does the disc drive light up and pulsate blue, but your Wii Remote sends out a little chirp.

? When you?re in the Mii channel and you don?t use the Wii Remote for a little bit and your Miis start walking around, if you then suddenly use the Wii Remote, all the Miis stop and follow the ?hand? for about 3 seconds?.

? Wen typing messages, and you need to go back and edit the message (while still typing) instead of deleting letters, just point to where you want to edit to move the type cursor.

? You can place the sensor bar upside down and it doesn?t reverse the directions of your movements.

? Classic Controller has analog shoulder buttons. With the GameCube ?click? at the bottom.

? In Wii Sports: Bowling, when you press up on the Directional Pad, it will zoom in on the lane. The zoom-in sound is the exact same sound from Super Mario 64 anytime you moved the camera.

? In Wii Sports: Bowling, you can throw your ball into other people?s lanes.

? In Wii Sports: Bowling, you can release on the back swing and throw the ball backwards. It scares all the Miis behind you.