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LEGO Wii Remote!

Post  maarek on Tue Oct 12, 2010 2:45 pm

I saw this over at fbtb.net and had to share it here.

http://www.toysrus.com/product/index.jsp?productId=4460246

It apparently comes with a RED brick separator if the pictures are accurate.

Product Description
Build, play and customize with this fully featured LEGO remote for Wii!

Use your own official LEGO pieces (not included) to build a custom display stand using the Buildable Battery Cover. The remote features internal accelerometers, an internal speaker, rumble effects and larger buttons for enhanced control during game play. Works with most Wii chargers and attachments (using included Standard Battery Cover). Includes Remote, Wrist Strap, 2 Battery Covers, and 31 Mini LEGO tiles with LEGO Tile Separator. Compatible with Wii MotionPlus.


Build, play and customize with this fully featured LEGO remote for Wii!
The remote features internal accelerometers, an internal speaker, rumble effects and larger buttons for enhanced control during game play.
Works with most Wii chargers and attachments (using included Standard Battery Cover) and is compatible with Wii MotionPlus.
Includes Remote, Wrist Strap, 2 Battery Covers, and 31 Mini LEGO tiles with LEGO Tile Separator.
Officially licensed LEGO product, developed by POWER A.

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Re: LEGO Wii Remote!

Post  PennLUG on Tue Oct 12, 2010 4:16 pm

Thats pretty cool. I may have to get one of those.
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Re: LEGO Wii Remote!

Post  P_Thorne on Thu Oct 14, 2010 2:36 pm

It has 1-stud "gutters" around most of the upper surface, and the 2x6 plate-underside on the battery cover. More useful than adorning would be constructing a special-purpose frame around the controller -- like the tennis rackets, steering wheels and rayguns you can find for the official Wii controller. But if that was the intent, having Technic beams on the sides and axle holes in the controls, as with the PF IR remote, would've been more useful.

(Holes in two directions in a single molded part requires a more complex mold. But if the assembly consisted of separate top, bottom and side panels, each panel could be simpler.)
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