WiiOperation-1.2.0

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Jul 18, 2008

WiiOperation-1.2.0 by Eternal Myst at 2:48 AM (996 Views / 0 Likes) 9 replies

  1. Eternal Myst
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    WiiOperation is an operation-esque clone for the Wii. Game involves extracting bones from tight corners; and the old familiar zap to remind us that surgery isn't for everyone. Custom user content is available and easily added by using the included WiiOperation Level Builder.

    Playing the game:

    Playing WiiOperation is much easier than actual surgery. To begin, start a new game from the menu. Once in the level, click on the silver tray to grab your tweezers. With tweezer in hand, twist, slide, and inch the wiimote towards the bone to prepare for extraction.

    Moving the bone:
    Once you get to the bone, hold A and B to pinch and hold it while you drag the bone. You can reposition the bone by twisting and letting go of the bone to prepare for your next move.

    Beating the level:
    Drag the bone to the silver tray and release it to complete each level.

    Sounds like a fun game,but right now I haven't tested because I am checking out the custom firmware release.
    Download here.
     
  2. Opium

    Former Staff Opium PogoShell it to me ™

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    Perhaps a download link might be nice.
     
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    My bad.
    Just added one.
     
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    Former Staff Opium PogoShell it to me ™

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    Cheers [​IMG]

    I'll give it a whirl now. Sounds good though
     
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    Is this like the board game operation?
    Anyways looks cool I am going to fiddle around with some bones now.
     
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    that sounded wrong
     
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    Is it 1:1, and does it work?
     
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    huh?
    I don't understand what you were asking.
     
  9. Opium

    Former Staff Opium PogoShell it to me ™

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    I just had a go. It's pretty cool [​IMG] It's not exactly like the board game though. It's just a black screen with obstacles between the tray and the bone (only one bone on screen). First you click on the tray to pick up the tweezers then you have to navigate around the obstacles using the wiimotes IR as well as tilting the controller to rotate. When you're at the bone hold A+B to pick it up and then you have to get it back to the tray. Hitting any walls loses you a life.

    It works well and is pretty fun and intuitive as twisting the controllers works as you'd expect. It does need a big graphics revamp though to make it look better.
     
  10. Eternal Myst
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    Sounds good.
    Thanks for the update Opium.I am going to give it a go now,but I can perfectly see it the way you described it.

    I am hoping update versions have revamped graphics.
     

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