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Price: $60.00
Ships same-day (M-F) if ordered before 5PM EST
Item Number: RVL-P-RWIJ
Publisher: Hudson
Jan/UPC Code: 4988607500313
NCS Product Synopsis
Update: December 4, 2006
«©NCSX» Take to the skies and fly a bi-plane to complete simple missions and aerial challenges. The control of the biplane is rudimentary where the Wii Remote and nunchuk are used to sway the plane from side to side, glide, and heave higher. To perform a swirling roll, rotate the Wii Remote in a vigorous circle and it'll spin through the air like a trained seal. To sway, just rock the controller smoothly and it'll obey.
Depending on the mission, players control either a single bi-plane or a squadron of five planes that are seemingly tethered to each other and move as one through the skies in perfect formation. Objectives are given before each mission including one where the plane has sight targets on the ground. Simply descend close towards the target and a cursor will appear on the target to indicate that you've successfully spotted the objective. A similar mission requires that targets be sighted and then the bi-plane has to glide close to it in order to drop a net on each target on the landscape.
Other missions include popping balloons, engaging in delivery missions, racing against competing bi-planes, locating a lost child, and photographing flocks of birds. Each mission is allowed three minutes to complete successfully. A Free Flight Mode is available which allows for unrestricted flying without objectives or time constraints.
Jan Code: 4988607500313

Region Lock-Out
Please note that Japanese Wii games are not compatible with USA Wii consoles.

View the back cover and screenshots on the main NCSX website.

NCS Game Notes
» When there's cloud cover overhead, shadows appear on the ground.

» A map on the upper left corner keeps track of map and orientation while a timer counts down on the top portion of the screen.

» When flying a squadron, the planes can fly wing to wing but the player may change the configuration into different formations including one where the planes form the shape of a cross and fly around in perfect unison.

» Air swirls may be seen on the wingtips whenever a move is performed.

» Air currents and winds affect the stability and control of an airplane in flight. When high winds blow, the bi-plane will be buffeted by forces beyond the player's control and adjustments must be made to make sure the plane stays on course.

Japanese Region Alert
Please note that Japanese Wii games are not compatible with USA or European Wii consoles. Please do not purchase this game if you only own a USA or European Wii because you will not be able to play the game.

This document is ©NCSX 2006, 2011. All rights reserved. No reproduction in whole or in part of this document may be made without express written consent of National Console Support, Inc.

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