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* NintendoHard: Lucia, [[TheComputerIsACheatingBastard champion]] of Table Tennis.

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* NintendoHard: Lucia, [[TheComputerIsACheatingBastard champion]] of Table Tennis.Many sports become incredibly challenging should you progress far in them.

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* PurpleIsPowerful: In Swordplay Duel, Matt uses a purple sword to signify his Champion status. [[spoiler:After beating him, you can use the same sword by holding down 1 when selecting your Mii.]]

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* {{Cap}}: The highest possible skill level for each game is capped at 2500.


** Holding 1 and clicking A on the "Warning" screen in Table Tennis after beating Lucia (champion) gives you a shoe, or "bup" paddle.

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** Holding 1 and clicking A on the "Warning" screen in Table Tennis after beating Lucia (champion) gives you a shoe, or "bup" hotel slipper that you can use as a paddle.

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* TropicalIslandAdventure: The setting of the game.

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** Holding 1 and clicking A on the "Warning" screen in Table Tennis after beating Lucia (champion) gives you a shoe, or "bup" paddle.
** Holding 2 and doing the same thing as for the shoe paddle in Table Tennis lets you play an 11 point match, though it is a bit faster.


* CoolOldLady: An NPC Mii, Nelly, is BadassGrandma territory by being a pro in all sports, and has an elderly appearance.

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* CoolOldLady: An NPC Mii, Nelly, is BadassGrandma badass territory by being a pro in all sports, and has an elderly appearance.

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* CoolOldLady: An NPC Mii, Nelly, is BadassGrandma territory by being a pro in all sports, and has an elderly appearance.


* ShoutOut:
** While every other Mii in the Swordplay minigame gets either a red or blue sword, [[FinalBoss Matt]] uses a [[PurpleIsPowerful purple sword]] like [[Franchise/StarWars Mace Windu]].

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ShoutOut: While every other Mii in the Swordplay minigame gets either a red or blue sword, [[FinalBoss Matt]] uses a [[PurpleIsPowerful purple sword]] like [[Franchise/StarWars Mace Windu]].

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* ShoutOut:
** While every other Mii in the Swordplay minigame gets either a red or blue sword, [[FinalBoss Matt]] uses a [[PurpleIsPowerful purple sword]] like [[Franchise/StarWars Mace Windu]].

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* CaptainObvious: Like with VideoGame/WiiSports before it, dunking a golf ball/ Frisbee into the watery depths in Golf / Frisbee Golf has the game proclaim "Water Hazard" at you, and comes off as a bit snarky.

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* ClockTower: The Broken Clock Tower landmark in Wuhu Town. Which somehow doesn't have clock hands ''at all''.


* CosmeticAward: The stamps you gain by performing certain tasks in each of the games. They tend to be based on reaching certain thresholds of skill, with the highest ones requiring perfect games in some instances. A particularly {{egregious}} example is the final reward for Island Flyover. Most of the other rewards are pretty cool and affect gameplay in some way (alternate times of day, upgrades to the plane, and so on). So, how does the game reward you for finding 70 and all 80 info points? [[spoiler:You get an alternate skin for the Whale Shark with your face on it and a tiny shack that has a flag with your face on it respectively. Yep.]]

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* CosmeticAward: The stamps you gain by performing certain tasks in each of the games. They tend to be based on reaching certain thresholds of skill, with the highest ones requiring perfect games in some instances. A particularly {{egregious}} JustForFun/{{egregious}} example is the final reward for Island Flyover. Most of the other rewards are pretty cool and affect gameplay in some way (alternate times of day, upgrades to the plane, and so on). So, how does the game reward you for finding 70 and all 80 info points? [[spoiler:You get an alternate skin for the Whale Shark with your face on it and a tiny shack that has a flag with your face on it respectively. Yep.]]


* '''Table Tennis''', where the Wii Remote is a paddle, and you play a basic 6 point match. WiiPlay already covered Table Tennis, but this version plays more similarly to Tennis from Wii Sports.

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* '''Table Tennis''', where the Wii Remote is a paddle, and you play a basic 6 point match. WiiPlay VideoGame/WiiPlay already covered Table Tennis, but this version plays more similarly to Tennis from Wii Sports.

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