How To Bowl A Strike In Wii Bowling
Wii Bowling is a great way to add some healthy competition to a Wii party, but if you're the kind of person who can't stand to lose, then you need to learn how to bowl a strike in Wii Bowling. Wii Bowling is one of five Wii Sports game that gets bundled with each new Wii system. Bowling a strike in Wii bowling may seem like a simple task, but without the proper form you are just hoping to get lucky each time. Bowling a stick in Wii Bowling is a little easier that bowling a strike in real bowling, as you can send the ball relatively straight down the lane and still get a strike if you hit the pocket correctly. While there are many ways to throw a strike in Wii Bowling, but coming in at an angle gives you the best chance to repeat your strike again and again.
- Start the bowling process by holding the Wii remote in front of you with it pointing at the ceiling. Move your character to the right side of the lane using the right button on the direction pad. Line up anywhere between the last diamond on the lane and the gutter.
- Press and hold the trigger on the Wii remote. Bring the Wii remote down and behind you, like you are swinging a real bowling ball.
- Rotate the Wii remote away from you slightly while you are at the top of your backswing. Then bring your arm forward and rotate you arm toward you. Release the trigger at the bottom of the swing and keep you arm moving up to follow through. If you rotated the remote enough, the ball will roll down the lane and curve into the pocket, giving you a strike.