The Wii Sports franchise is one of Nintendo's best and most beloved. It started a revolution in motion-controlled video games and sold over 82 million copies. It also spawned many spin-offs, including the Wii U and 3DS versions of the game. The first Wii Sports, which was released in 2006, introduced the world to archery, golf, bowling, frisbee, table tennis, power cruising and cycling. The sequel, Wii Sports Resort, has twelve sports, and each of these has fun variations within them.
The archery event in Wii Sports Resort is very fun and challenging. The game's meticulous depiction of gravity will make you realize right off the bat that your arrows fly in parabolas, making easy shots deceptively difficult. Also, it's important to know that wind affects your arrow. The directional and strength of the wind is shown in the top right corner of the screen, and you can adjust for it by aiming slightly higher than your desired target.
There are four secret targets in the archery game in Wii Sports Resort: The first is an orange on the bottom left of the first beginner target. The second is the tan sphere of a cantaloupe on the right, just behind the stone-passageway in the middle. The third is the yellow sphere of an electronic clock on the left, just above the waterfall.
The fourth is the red cylinder of a buzzer beater on the right, on the tennis court just to the right of the palm tree that's to the target's right. This target can be difficult to hit because it's a bit too far away for your arrow to reach directly, but you should aim for the corner of the red roof above it and then center this corner before making any adjustments for wind.