One of the weirder stories of last weekend that sort of got lost in the ‘Why is every game coming out this month?’ kerfuffle, is that Sega released a cheat code for Let’s Tap on the Wii allowing you to actually change the required ‘Tap’ action that triggered any activity in the game. Instead ‘Free Style’ mode allows you to play the game as you wish, possibly making it the first game that you can years after release artificially add waggle to.
Instructions on how to achieve this wondrous feat are;
(1) Input as follows with 1P controller
1P: Point Wii Remote at 0 on the screen and push button A with Nunchuk connected
2P: Point Wii Remote at 2 on the screen and push button A with Nunchuk disconnected
3P: Point Wii Remote at 0 on the screen and push button A with Nunchuk connected
4P: Point Wii Remote at 3 on the screen and push button A with Nunchuk disconnected
(2) Press button B to return to the controller selection screen.
And that’s it. Free Style mode is unlocked, allowing anyone who lives on the inside of a sphere the ability to play the game even without a flat surface to tap on. So, you know.. good for them.
[Source: Sega America Blog]