site we will help you get much more out of your Nintendo Wii
than you ever thought possible. We will help you learn
Wii secrets codes downloads that will make playing with the WII
more fun and help you win more often.
Because the Nintendo Wii started with
WII sports our help will start with secrets and cheats for Wii
Sports. We have spent months collecting all the best
secrets and hints for bowling, tennis, boxing, baseball and
golf that we will share with you that will make the games more
fun. Here are a few to get you started:
Wii Bowling Cheats and
How to get PRO in
If you get a score of 170 or better
for 12 games you will get to the pro status.
How to knock down all 91 pins in the final frame of
“Power Throws” in the training mode
This probably the best Wii play cheat
for bowling. This will only work in the final throw, the
“91 pin stage” in Power Throws. Move all the way to the
right until you can’t move any further, then move to the left
one notch. Now press “A” and move two or three notches to
the left. Now press “A” again and move all the way to the
right. Then throw the ball without any curve or
spin. If you do it right it will jump up and go all the
way down the rail on the right side. At the end it will
cause an explosion. You will hear the sound and it will
cause the ground to shake and all the pins will fall
down. I will warn you though, it takes
A power serve can be very difficult
for your opponent to return, especially if it has speed and
leaves a trail behind. To do one, time a quick swing to
coincide with the top of the ball’s arc. Controller angle is
important. If your serving motion mimics an overhead tennis
serve, then the controller needs to be angled forward and down,
like in a true tennis serve or overhead smash.
You can also do a super slow serve,
this prevent bots and friends from returning your serve cross
court for a winner. Toss the ball up and wait until the last
second to make contact. This generates very slow, high
serve, but for some reason, human and bot opponents struggle
with the return.
How to Outlast Your Opponent and make them sweat. If you
play long points against the bots, you’ll notice that they
begin to visibly sweat. When the sweating starts, they also
slow down when reacting to your shots, making it easier for you
to win points.
The real secret to doing well at Wii
Sports Boxing is to use the right amount of power when you
punch. There are 3 levels of power: weak, medium, and
strong. When you use the weak punch, you don’t do as much
damage, but the advantage is that you recover very quickly so
that you can attack again quickly or defend if needed. Medium
and strong delivered punches are more powerful in the damage
they inflict, but proportionately they take increasing amounts
of time to recover. So, you need to decide which if best
depending on your health status.
Remember this, after any punch on wii
boxing, the glove needs to recover. While it is in
recovery, you can’t do anything. If you think your wii is being
unresponsive, it’s probably because you are still in recovery
from a strong punch.
The best way to win at Wii Boxing is
to stay out of recovery while your opponent can still punch
you. Only use strong punches if your opponent is in
recovery (after missing on a strong punch). Another tip
is to use a combination of weak punches to slow down your
opponent and then finish them with a strong punch.
How To Win Silver Gloves-After
beating the Boxing champ - Matt - you can get silver boxing
gloves. To wear - Hold (1) when the screen goes black before a
Here are tips on how to throw seven
different types of pitches to rattle your opponent.
Normal Pitch-Simply raise the
controller over your shoulder and then thrust it
Underhand pitch-While pitching, press
2 before throwing. To return to normal pitching press
Fastball–thrust the controller forward
Changeup– thrust it forward slowly to
throw a change-up.
Screwball– hold down "A" and thrust
the controller forward.
Curveball, hold "B" and thrust the
Splitter– hold down both "A" and "B"
and thrust the controller forward.
Use the directional pad pressing
either left or tight to throw pitches inside or
Generally it is a good idea to try and
pitch inside of down the middle. Outside pitches are
easiest to hit for home runs.
To keep the element of surprise going
for your opponent, change your pitches with every pitch and try
not to have a pattern.
Throw screwballs on the inside of the
plate and curveballs on the outside of the plate to
right-handed hitters and vice-versa to left-handed
Splitters are almost impossible to
hit, but use it when you have the batter swinging. If the
batter doesn’t swing it will normally end up a ball.
A fast ball is a good change of pace
pitch especially following a curveball or a screw ball.
But don’t do it every time so your opponent is expecting
A sweat symbol appearing over the
pitcher means the pitcher is getting tired. The pitches will
start coming being thrown with less speed and more likely to be
not as intended and easier to hit.
How to hit more often—Stand and
position yourself like a real batter. Just before the ball
crosses the plate make a full swing, holding the controller in
you hand as if it was a bat. It really does help.
Even though you can just flick your wrist and the batter will
swing, standing like a true batter with your left shoulder
facing the screen (or right shoulder if you are left handed),
feet apart slightly and holding the Wii controller like a bat
will help you make better contact more frequently.
In general, swing more often than you
would in real baseball. Most pitches will be good
ones. You will see more strikes than balls so you should
have lots of opportunities to hit. Be careful with this
if you are playing an opponent who knows you are a free swinger
then they will be more likely to throw balls.
How to hit a home run–Take a full hard
swing at the ball and swing up on the ball. This
will increase the odds of you hitting a homerun or to the
outfield which gives you a better chance to get on
Bunting—You can bunt in Wii
baseball. Just hold the Wii controller out in front of
you as the pitch crosses the plate. It is hard to get a hit
with a bunt, but you can sacrifice and move runners over with a
bunt to allow them to score easier on a base hit.
Improve your putting– Press (1) on the
controller to see the break of the green and use this to line
up your putt. You can also press (2) to get a lower,
closer view of the green.
To disable the power meter, map, and
the wind speed indicator—press and hold (2), then make a
selection at the "Select a Course" screen.
To Eagle Hole Three–On hole 3 of Wii
Sports Golf, there is a small section of fairway at about a 45
degree angle to the left from the tee box. It is a small patch
surrounded by Out Of Bound area. If you can land your
ball on there, you can easily make it on the green in 2, and
then eagle hole.