This story requires a little knowledge of the binary number system, which in turn gives way to the final conclusion of what appears to be the sole definition of the Nintendo Wii as a "party" device.
Wii could'nt handle all them players at once.
You sure about that? In Bust a Move you can get down with 8 players.
In theory the binary scheme does work, but it would probably just confuse some players.
Bluetooths piconet will only allow up to 7 players(7 wiimotes) to connect at one given time.
So you could have seven players using the Wiimote and seven players using the nunchuck(connected to the orig seven) for a total of 14 people. Then you could add 4 GC controllers for a total of 18 players.
You would need a projection screen to play something like this.
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