Alternative Wii-motes and D.I.Y. Modifications

Image of a young boy playing a Wii game, using a cap with velcro straps to keep the Wii remote in place for head play. You can find all kinds of alternative ways to play on the Wii over at the Accessible GameBase. Adaptations include the Wii Remote Lite (half the weight), a mini-trackball to take the place of the D-pad, switch and joystick interfaces and more.

You may spot that there's still no way for switch users to emulate specific motions to play the likes of Wii Sports. One day...

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