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- Developer: Arcade Moon
- Publisher: Destineer
- Genre: Simulation Flight
- Release Date: Mar 21, 2008
- ESRB: Teen
Question & Answers
Answer from: fight-or-flight
Missiles are a feature that is unlocked after you acquire a certain number of points for the campaign in wwii aces on wii. note that you acquire the same number of points even if you're playing in slow-motion mode.
the control scheme i prefer is #2 (in options) which requires the nunchuck. one trigger button is gun, the other is missiles. another advantage to control scheme #2 is you can use a large rubber band to old the b button during missions -- slow motion mode.
remember, these are missiles from the 1940s -- they are not heat-seeking or any kind of guidance. you have to be fairly precise in aiming.
the best tips i can give on mastering this game are using control scheme #2 and using slow-motion mode. (don't feel bad -- the "normal" speed on this game is much faster than planes of this era.)
Answer from: 18KingC
CONTROL SCHEME #1: You press the *1 button* on the *Wii Remote* to fire a missile/rocket.
CONTROL SCHEME #2: You press the *C button* on the (Wii) *Nunchuk* to fire a missile/rocket.
CONTROL SCHEME #3: You press the *A button* on the *Wii Remote* to fire a missile/rocket.
Those are the answers right out of the Instruction Booklet itself.