Wii question

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  1. foreverducky

    foreverducky New Member

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    Can people play one another, if the two people are in different areas (states, cities, etc)?
     
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    I believe that they can using the Wii Wi-Fi option but I'm not sure. I thought our DS was talking about this yesterday.
     
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    Yes you can, all you will need is to have the other persons wii number.
     
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    Where do you find the wii number? That's exciting!
     
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    To find your Wii number.
    1. Click on Wii Message Board (Bottom right corner of Wii home screen
    2. Click on Create Message (Bottom left corner of screen)
    3. Click on Address Book
    Your Wii number is the 16 digit number displayed on the front of the address book.


    To add friends Wii numbers to your Wii.
    1. From the Address book screen click on the right arrow to open the address book.
    2. Click on Add, to add a contact, enter their name and Wii number there.
    When playing online games you can then select friends from your address book to play against.
     
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    Sorry I didn't answer you I have been busy, roll on new year so I can get back to normal.
    Glad someone else answered you.
     
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    Oh thanks!

    No problem Lozzy. :D
     
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    Does it hurt when you Wii yet? :D
     
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    When I play tennis, that arm ends up sore, so yes. It does hurt when I Wii. :lol:

    I wish that we could play other people with the sports game, but from online it looks like I can only play other people on certain games.
     

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