Synchronized Swimming

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Synchronized Swimming
Synchronized Swimming LondonGame 12.png
Appeared in Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games
Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games
Type Aquatics
Controls Wii Remote: Pose

Synchronized Swimming is a real-life Olympic event that can be played in Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games. It is under the "Aquatics" category, along with 100m Freestyle. The goal is to perform a pool dance routine by posing.

Rules[edit]

In this event, teams of 4 compete for the most points with their pool performance.

Controls[edit]

This game uses only the Wii Remote. The player watches for pictures to appear onscreen, and poses with them when the remote hits the picture. If it is a pose, the player must swing the remote in the exact direction. If it's a mark with rhythm, the remote has to be swung around. If it's a spin, the remote has to be spun around.

Songs[edit]

There are three songs to choose from which are Spring Song, Trisch-Tracth-Polka, and Hungarian Dance NO.5, in order of ascending difficulty. The 3DS version, however, has only one song which is not named.

Controls[edit]

Basics[edit]

  • Pose: Strike a pose
  • Mark rhythm: Swing Wii Remote
  • Spin: Spin Wii Remote around

Controls[edit]

3DS version

Team
  • Pose: Move 3DS in a upward, downward and sideway position
Duet
  • Performance:Press the A Button Button at the right time.
  • Switch sides: Press Left or right on the +Control Pad.

Trivia[edit]