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The way the ball moved looks like a hack that I believe lets you control the ball. I think this is from a video that was basically a comedy with the guy always getting a strike in an unexpected way.

I tried to find the video to link to it, but I was unable to find it.

If you don't strike I'm going through your phone

27 points·4 months ago·edited 4 months ago

From: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hP9LmoCzkL0

edit:same people who made "chinese", they play a hack that allows you to control the ball

13 points·4 months ago

That was surprisingly funny for how stupid it was. Everything's funnier with a bunch of guys in the background laughing at it, I guess.

When you suck, but you p2w.

Game! Wii Sports

A true classic, almost a flawless game

It really was fantastic, especially amazing because of how simple it was.

Thinking your reupload video on youtube won't get striked because the original author didn't, but you get a strike anyways

That end game meta.

Ive done something similiar in real life by luck i guess (since i can't replicate it ) altough i got 8 down and split afterwards

d a letter.

Me: oh i'm going to miss Knuckles: if you strike, i wil sho you de wae me:

Imagine winning by like ten pins but right when the game's about to end this happens to the other player

Wii Pro confirmed ;D

I've actually done this in a real game of bowling, by putting too much spin onto the ball.

Because Physics are for weak people.

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