"Helix is a single-player rhythm game that uses two Wii remotes as the player moves his or her arms around wildly to mimic a dancing robot on the screen. Graphically, it appears that this could have probably been a PS1 title. However, that's forgivable considering the tiny file size the WiiWare games have to adhere to, and considering the fact that the game managed to squeeze in 26 songs, which is quite a feat. While the robot flails its arms about wildly, a rhythm bar appears at the top of the screen to let the player know when to move and whether or not he or she did each movement correctly. Too many wrong moves, and you fail the song, not unlike other rhythm games."