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{{Minigame|title1 = Orienteering|image1 = 20200514 174830.jpg|caption1 = Lucía going around Wuhu Town trying to find soneone in Orienteering.|game = Wii Fit U|type = Aerobics|timer = Beginner: 6 minutes
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{{Minigame|title1 = Orienteering|image1 = 20200514 174830.jpg|caption1 = Lucía going around Wuhu Town trying to find someone in Orienteering.|game = [[Wii Fit U]]|type = Aerobics|timer = Beginner: 6 minutes
 
Advanced: 12 minutes
 
Advanced: 12 minutes
   
Super Advanced: 15 minutes|instructions = "Help burn calories while jogging your memory! Find the Mii characters based on their photos."}}'''Orienteering''' is an activity in Wii Fit
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Expert: 15 minutes|instructions = "Help burn calories while jogging your memory! Find the Mii characters based on their photos."}}'''Orienteering''' is an activity in [[Wii Fit U]] and is listed under the Aerobic section.
   
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Walk around with a GamePad and try to find Miis in locations while others give you hints to where they are.
 
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In Orienteering, you walk around with the GamePad and try to find Miis shown in locations shown on the bottom left of the main screen and on the gamepad's screen. You can ask other Miis about the location of the Mii you're looking for by pressing the A button near them, as well as being able to check the map with the Y button on the gamepad screen. When you ask a Mii, they will point in the direction the Mii is. When you get close to the Mii, the border around the picture will glow on the main screen and when you're close enough, you can find them by Pressing A.
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In the higher difficulties, the Miis are more spread out and there are more to find. To make it fair, the timer increases in the higher difficulties.
   
 
== Difficulty levels ==
 
== Difficulty levels ==
* Beginner (4 Miis to find)
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* Beginner (4 Miis to find, 6 minutes)
* Advanced (8 Miis to find)
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* Advanced (8 Miis to find, 12 minutes)
* Expert (12 Miis to find)
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* Expert (12 Miis to find, 15 minutes)
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The Miis are more spread out in harder difficulties, it being why they're harder and why there's more time in them.
 
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[[Category:Wii Fit U]]
 
[[Category:Wii Fit U]]
 
[[Category:Aerobics]]
 
[[Category:Aerobics]]
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[[Category:Wii U]]

Revision as of 04:14, 12 October 2020

Orienteering is an activity in Wii Fit U and is listed under the Aerobic section.


In Orienteering, you walk around with the GamePad and try to find Miis shown in locations shown on the bottom left of the main screen and on the gamepad's screen. You can ask other Miis about the location of the Mii you're looking for by pressing the A button near them, as well as being able to check the map with the Y button on the gamepad screen. When you ask a Mii, they will point in the direction the Mii is. When you get close to the Mii, the border around the picture will glow on the main screen and when you're close enough, you can find them by Pressing A.

In the higher difficulties, the Miis are more spread out and there are more to find. To make it fair, the timer increases in the higher difficulties.

Difficulty levels

  • Beginner (4 Miis to find, 6 minutes)
  • Advanced (8 Miis to find, 12 minutes)
  • Expert (12 Miis to find, 15 minutes)