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    Multiple Wiimotes on the same channel

    Is there a way I can get multiple wiimotes on the the player slot?
    I would really like to have 2-3 wii remotes on the first player slot so that if I press "A" on wiimote #1 and "B" on wiimote #2 then the console will think that player one is pressing "A" and "B" on the same wiimote.

    If I can do this then I can make a few wiimote accesories. If there is no know way to do this but someone is willing to help then please tell me. I would try myself but none of my computers have bluetooth.

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    Go to garagegames.com they have a Wii ready engine for you there. i may cost money but they are a freelance to real deal developer out let. Nothing big has happened yet but they have to be the easiest way to get Wii dev hardware.

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    Uh, sounds like your trying to get more then one controller to the first player slot, so any button you press will go to one controller, i'd stick to one controller.



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