Lego Play And Build Wii Remote For Wii More Details And Photos Unveiled

Posted: Oct 14 2010, 6:25am CDT | by , Updated: Oct 14 2010, 8:36pm CDT, in Shopping | Gaming


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Lego Play and Build Wii Remote for Wii more Details and Photos unveiled
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As reported a Lego style Wiimote is available exclusively on ToysRUs for $39.99. The new Lego Wii Remote will ship this weekend. We just received more details about the Lego Play and Build Wii remote from the maker. Power A is manufacturing this officially licensed Lego Wii accessory. The Lego remote for Wii comes with 31 bonus Lego tiles to personalize the surface of the Lego Wiimote.

Other feature highlights of the Lego Wii Remote include compatibility with Wii MotionPlus, works with most Wii chargers and the build-able battery cover lets you attach your own Lego pieces. Hi-res photos of the Lego Remote are available in the story gallery.

The Lego Wiimote package includes Remote, Wrist Strap, 2 Battery Covers, and 31 Mini LEGO tiles with LEGO Tile Separator tool.

The Lego Wii remote is a fun gift for every Wii owner. Get it now on ToysRUs.

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