Talismoon releases WiiID Wiimote Customization Kit

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  1. Eternal Myst
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    Eternal Myst Back from the Myst.

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    The Wiimote is a smart device, allowing you to carry your "Mii" on the go, and use it at a friends house. But, all wiimotes look the same. Enter the wiiID. The WiiID includes a custom battery cover with a clear window in it, and 8 different templates that you can put behind the window so you can easily tell your wiimote apart from everyone else's.

    The WiiID is practical and entertaining at the same time, as you can put funny pictures inside your wiimote (like rusty gears, or an ear of corn) making your wiimote unique and fun.

    Of course, you can also make your own template simply by printing your favorite photo on your printer, and cutting it to the appropriate size.

    Let your wiimote join the party, with the wiiID.
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    Source:http://www.talismoon.com/cgi-bin/multipage...;cat=WII-TUNING
     
  2. fischju

    fischju Rehabilitated Jaywalker

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    Decalgirl has been selling wii and wiimote skins for a while - I have one and it looks awesome. Wouldn't this be extremely blurry with the jacket on?
     
  3. NINTENDO DS

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    Probably.
    I still would prefer decalgirl as well.
     
  4. WB3000

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    I prefer the simple LED change.
     
  5. shadow1w2

    shadow1w2 Still here.

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    Hmm, been wanting more stuff like this so I can keep track of wich wiimote is wich.
    I kinda like the idea, though I'd probly find the batteries more interesting.
    Still not a bad idea.

    So far Ive been using a sharpie to paint the Nintendo Logo lines or letters on the back to tell the differnce between my only two wiimotes.

    Personally though, I wanna see more wiimote cases.

    A full clear case always looks cool.
    (Calssic Controller replacment cases also wanted.)