Although my main theme of my LEGO creations are about Star wars, I would like to introduce my Star Wars games on the Nintendo Wii which inspired me to create a Wii Remote. 2 days after the remote's creation, I thought of trying to create the Wii Nunchuck since my Star wars games required one, so here it is now! The games were Star Wars: The Force Unleashed and LEGO Star wars: The Wii Nunchuck might not be accurate to the real one but at least I gave it a go.
About this creation
Here's a view of the two controllers on the floor.
First, I'll start off with the Wii Remote.
Here's a side view of the remote. (You can notice the B button)
Here's the back view of the remote.(Again notice the B button)
Here's the bottom view of the remote. You can see the connector for the Wii Nunchuck.
Here's the top view of the remote. You can see the remote sensor window.
Here you can see the D-Pad and the power button on the top part of the remote. I apologize if the power button is on the wrong side because I used my Macbook to take these photos which will be reversed in their images and this goes for all the images you will see for all creations. (Until I get myself a digital camera)
Here is the home button, the (+) button and the (-) button, the A button and the speaker.
Here is the 1 button, the 2 button, the player indicator lights (offline right now), and the Nintendo Wii logo on the bottom. (I didn't want to write Wii on the LEGO pieces so I used a light grey piece to indicate it)
Here is the B button all alone in the back of the remote.
Here's how it looks like when you hold the remote during gameplay.
This is at 1:1 scale so I used my hand to show you that it is. (You can compare the real remote with this remote and see)
And now moving on to the Wii Remote's trusty sidekick, the Nintendo Wii Nunchuck, here is a view of the Nunchuck.
Here is a side view of the Nunchuck.
Here is the joystick on the top of the Nunchuck. (Take note that this joystick cannot spin)
Here is the C and Z button. (The C button is on the top and the Z button is on the bottom).
Here is the connector for the Nunchuck to the Remote. (Although I know that it already comes with the wire connected on to it, I don't have any wire to use for the connection, sorry)
Here's how it looks like to hold it during gameplay.
The Nunchuck is at 1:1 scale so I used my hand as a reference to show you that the Nunchuck is life-size. (You can also look at the real Nunchuck on the Internet and compare it with this)
Here is both of the controllers being held as if playing. Right now you could just say that the controllers are wireless instead of connected with a wire.