Rotate Bigfoots elbowtowards the back of the body for the thumb to latch onto the ball. Do not pull the hand down or forward to give Bigfoot the ball. Once the ball is placed in Bigfoot’s hand correctly, press the ball button on the remote.
·In career mode or exhibition mode, look for black track-pad with chevron arrows at bottom or side of the screen.Move your figure back and forth along the track-pad rapidly to grapple, pin, or toss a Superstar out of the ring.
·In the specialty matches, move your figure back-and forth along the track-pad rapidly to catch up to the opposing Superstar, or to increase your power against him.
Each DVD player will respond differently to your InteracTV controller. Some players will take longer to access the DVD then other players do. For the best results, please make sure that you press the button one time and then wait a few seconds for a reaction from your DVD player. If you do not get a reaction from your DVD player after a few seconds, try pressing the button again. Also, make sure you are pressing the buttons firmly.
InteracTV™ is a mark of Beep Telecommunications and Computing, L.L.C. Used under license.
We stock track pieces, power packs and cars that are compatible with the majority of our Hot Wheels Electric Racing sets and are available for purchase here. If the part you seek is not listed, please check with your local Hobby Shop for further assistance.
It's easy to save your paintings to your iPad or iPhone. Once your artwork is complete, tap the arrow icon in the upper right corner of the screen. From here, you will be prompted to save your painting to your Photos library. Tap "Yes" and the painting will be stored in the "Photos" application on your device.
Barbie Girl™ device is an MP3 player that you can customize with hot looks, fashions, charms, and more. She’s also your key to unlocking some cool stuff on BarbieGirls.com! To connect your Barbie Girl™ to your computer, go to the “Online Play” section of your instructions and follow the “Installation and Registration” directions. When referring to Barbie Girl™, we use the words “device” and “MP3 player” interchangeably.