The player’s team of three is identified with red colors, while blue colors represent the opponent team’s players. Most of the gameplay in this title is controlled by using the touch screen capabilities, such as dribbling the ball, performing dodging movements, and shooting the ball.
The player already has 100 coins, making it (if the player scores) the highest possible score outside of Jr. Street, 140 pts. One shot unique to Mario Hoops 3-on-3 are the Special Shots. These are initiated when the player controlling the ball taps the screen below in rapid succession to create a particular symbol.
Players can additionally perform Special Shots to ensure that the ball makes it into the hoop. Unlike most other Mario sports titles, Mario Hoops 3-on-3 is controlled entirely by the touchscreen, with nearly all moves using swipe or tapping controls via the Nintendo DS stylus.
1 : inclined to or marked by trickery. 2a : giving a deceptive impression of easiness, simplicity, or order : ticklish a tricky path through the swamp. b : trick sense 2. 3 : requiring skill, knack, or caution (as in doing or handling) : difficult a tricky problem also : ingenious a tricky rhythm.
Some common synonyms of tricky are artful, crafty, cunning, foxy, slick, sly, and wily.
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