The basic pass routes in American football are, off the top of my head, the post, the slant, the square-out, the streak, the hook and the wheel. Here, Kotaku's Jason Schreier introduces us to the Curli-Cue, the Zag-Zig-Zag, the One-Oar-In-the-Water and the Field Sobriety Test, all of which were improvised routes using the touchscreen feature of the Wii U GamePad, and Madden NFL 13 for Wii U.


A lot of these plays are, well, very slow to develop, and the Dallas defense doesn't want to cooperate. You can watch it force Miami's Ryan Tannehill into that old standby of quarterback routes, the oh-shit-I'm-gonna-get-sacked.