Basic controls, Getting started – Nintendo PokePark Pikachu's Adventure 71573A User Manual
Channel Preview Screen
Use the Thunderbolt attack
Open the PokéPark Pad
Note: Pressing left or
right twice quickly
makes Pikachu dodge
Take a Photo
(see page 11)
Talk, Check, or Pick Up
Move the point-of-view to focus on the
Note: If there is no Pokémon nearby, the point-of-
view will shift to the direction Pikachu is facing.
Open the HOME Menu
Note: For details, please see
your Wii Operations Manual
(Channels and Settings).
PokéPark™ Wii: Pikachu’s Adventure
uses the Wii Remote™ controller to
play. (The Nunchuk™ controller is not used.)
Please insert the Wii Game Disc
Wii: Pikachu’s Adventure
the Wii console’s disc slot. When you see
the screen to the right, read the message,
then press .
Please select the Wii Disc Channel on the
Wii Menu by pointing and pressing .
You’ll see the Channel Preview screen.
Note: Please see “SYSteM MeNu uPDAte”
(on Contents page).
Point at Start and press . You’ll see the
Strap usage screen.
Put the Wii Remote wrist strap on, then
press . Next, hold the Wii Remote in
a horizontal position and press . You’ll
see the title screen.
Press to start the game.
Pointing the Wii Remote toward the screen and
pressing changes the point-of-view to Pikachu’s point-
of-view. Pikachu will look where you point until you
point away from the screen and press , which returns
the point-of-view to normal.
Note: During play, the Wii Remote is held horizontally. Certain Attractions may
require the player to point the Wii Remote toward the screen.
Note: Shake the Wii Remote up and down during battles to use Pikachu’s
attack. Pikachu learns Iron tail during the adventure.
CAUTION: WRIST STRAP USE
Please use the wrist strap to help prevent injury to
other people or damage to surrounding objects
or the Wii Remote in case you accidentally let
go of the Wii Remote during game play.
Also remember the following:
• Make sure all players put on the wrist strap properly when it is their turn.
• Do not let go of the Wii Remote during game play.
• Dry your hands if they become moist.
• Allow adequate room around you during game play and make sure that all
areas you might move into are clear of other people and objects.
• Stay at least three feet from the television.
• use the Wii Remote Jacket.
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