World of Wiicraft: control WoW with the Wiimote

Let’s see… What has the Wiimote been able to control so far? Remote-controlled cars, guitars, Sony‘s PlayStation 3, EverQuest II, and some other items. Yep, that’s a lot of stuff.

Now, how about the king of MMOs?

Someone’s decided to make a tutorial video for using your Wiimote to play World of Warcraft. As you can probably see from his interface, he’s using DarwiinRemote to get the job done, so you’ll have to remember to get that too. It isn’t perfect though, as the there isn’t a function for the right mouse button just yet, but this is a great first step.

In any case, what are we waiting for? If you have a Wii, an account for WoW, a Mac OS, and a few minutes to spare, you might as well learn how to do this little trick, right? All that’s left is to figure out how to get my character to dance on-screen, and I’ll be the hottest Night Elf dancing queen this side of Ironforge. Sweet!

Let’s see… What has the Wiimote been able to control so far? Remote-controlled cars, guitars, Sony‘s PlayStation 3, EverQuest II, and some other items. Yep, that’s a lot of stuff.

Now, how about the king of MMOs?

Someone’s decided to make a tutorial video for using your Wiimote to play World of Warcraft. As you can probably see from his interface, he’s using DarwiinRemote to get the job done, so you’ll have to remember to get that too. It isn’t perfect though, as the there isn’t a function for the right mouse button just yet, but this is a great first step.

In any case, what are we waiting for? If you have a Wii, an account for WoW, a Mac OS, and a few minutes to spare, you might as well learn how to do this little trick, right? All that’s left is to figure out how to get my character to dance on-screen, and I’ll be the hottest Night Elf dancing queen this side of Ironforge. Sweet!

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