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Rock N' Roll Climber

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Rock N' Roll Climber

Rock N' Roll Climber is a Wii game developed and published by Nintendo and puts the gamer in the shoes of a rock climber, where they are required to use the control scheme of the Wii to control their character’s movement (via the Wii Remote and Nunchuk). For a more immersive experience, there is optional support for the Wii Balance Board. Gamers are required to make their way up an array of courses, ranging from the Pop level’s indoor rock wall to the Heavy Metal level’s waterfa…

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Rock N' Roll Climber

Rock N' Roll Climber is a Wii game developed and published by Nintendo and puts the gamer in the shoes of a rock climber, where they are required to use the control scheme of the Wii to control their character’s movement (via the Wii Remote and Nunchuk). For a more immersive experience, there is optional support for the Wii Balance Board. Gamers are required to make their way up an array of courses, ranging from the Pop level’s indoor rock wall to the Heavy Metal level’s waterfalls. Gamers are rewarded with their own guitar once they reach the top.

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Rock 'n Roll Climber is a virtual rock wall that requires the gamer to control either the Nunchuk/Remote by itself or with both partnered up with the optional Balance Board. The objective of the game is to get to the top of the structure by working their hands and feet into the ridges and handholds. The nunchuk is held on the left hand, the remote is the right, and gamers grab onto the nearest knob by pressing and holding the trigger on either controller. The game recognizes full accelerometer motion, so gamers will be holding out their arms and waving them left and right to grab ridges, as well as pulling back on the controllers to “pull” oneself up for a tighter grip. The game features a tutorial level to let gamers get use to the controls before jumping into the action. If a Balance Board is used, shifting weight left and right with the feet, and forward and backward will cause the proper foot to move off its current peg and find a better place to step for leverage. Without the Balance Board, it is a button tap for each leg: A for the right leg, C button for the left.

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