Hold +, and press Right, Right, Left, Left, 2, 2. Do this quickly. Oh, and by the way, do this at the "Chapter Select" screen. Sounds simple enough, right? What does this mean, anyway? A new dance step? Marching orders? Or a way to unleash your weapons mojo playing Call of Duty 3 on your Wii? You may not be able to hook up your iPhone to your Wii and use the accelerometer (yet), but your iPhone + a handy web app may make your Wii experience more lively (and give you the power to beat your kid's high score). Press Right, Right, then click Left on your mouse button to read on!
Buying a Wii is like catching a leprechaun. If you are one of the lucky ones (I suggest filling your pockets with four-leaf clovers before shopping) and already have a Wii, then you may be interested in a web app that I've selected for this week's Tip o' the Week!
Wii Cheats is an iPhone-optimized site filled with cheats, tips, hints, and codes for your enjoyment while playing on your Nintendo Wii. The site is laid out alphabetically by game titles. A bar just above the first titles permits you to jump ahead in the list, i.e., if you need a hint for overcoming a difficult level in "Prince of Persia Rival Swords", just tap on "N-T" and you will be whisked far down the list to titles starting with "N".
Aside from having to put up with advertising, this is a great little app for your iPhone that can give you hints on tips anytime, anywhere when playing games on your Wii.
Tips and hints are provided when a code is not necessary. For example, if the game you are playing has certain programming glitches that can be exploited to your advantage, Wii Cheats is a good place to find this information and it's FREE to use.
So whether you want to be able to go into the office on Monday and brag about your prowess as a Guitar Hero, or impress your little brother or nephew, the Wii Cheats web app for your iPhone may come in very handy.
Disclaimer: Tip o' the Week makes no guarantee, express or implied, that any tip found herein will be new or particularly useful to the reader (and in all likelihood, your little brother and his friends have already found the cheats and codes from "other sources" and you're dreaming if you really think you can compete on their level).