Submitted by wita 1021d ago | interview

Solving a Wii mystery: The fate of the awesome toy WeeWaa

When Zoink Games debuted its trailer for WeeWaa in 2009, eyes lit up. This was the next great kids’ game even adults would want to play.

In Justice’s song “D.A.N.C.E.,” which played over the video, Zoink found the perfect tagline: “The way you move is a mystery.” The words nailed what WeeWaa was about: The magic of transforming an ordinary Wiimote into a stuffed toy, which kids could hold and move around to control a matching onscreen avatar. (Mobile, Wii, Wii U, Wiiwaa)

Lifeequals42  +   1021d ago
Anything named WeeWaa has got to be great.
NagaSotuva  +   1021d ago
What is that thing doing to the Wiimote?
wita  +   1021d ago
You're supposed to put the Wiimote into the toy through its mouth ... but that's a good question. There are many uses for the Wiimote, apparently.
KrimsonKody  +   1021d ago
Is he smoking a "fatty"?
(Zooms in on image)
He's "smoking" a WiiMote.
Wagz22  +   1021d ago
I'm not going to lie, I thought the same thing haha

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