Double Dash WII is a Boulder Dash Clone for the WII
How to play? Hold the WIImote horizontally or reconfigure it under options in the main menu (not all buttons are working yet, sorry but i don't have much time).
How to move you player should be clear right? If not ask someone else :-)
A = Select (only Player one!) Plus = Restart level (only Player one!) Minus = Abort game and return to the Gamemenu (only Player one!) Home = Go back to the HBC (only Player one!)
How to dig without moving? Press and hold Button 2 and move into one direction and hold that button pressed too! Then release Button 2 and you can dig into any direction without moving! If you want to move again, press Button 2 again and move away from those rocks or monsters =o)
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