In this Instructable, you will quickly and easily learn how to play World of Warcraft with a Wiimote. It's not a complete replacement for the mouse & keyboard quite yet, but it makes the general grind way easier and more fun!

I should also let you know that I've only done this on my MacBook Pro. This should work just fine on a Windows box using WiinRemote:

The specific steps for Darwiinremote will be different, but the payoff should be just the same.

Step 1: Making Sure You Have What it Takes

For this to work properly, you will need the following:

1) World of Warcraft (just covering my bases here)
2) A Wiimotethe Classic Controller helps as well, as that's what I'll be using here
3) A computer with bluetooth capabilities
4) Darwiinremote (http://sourceforge.net/projects/darwiin-remote/)
What type of controller are you using? I've never heard of a wii remote that looks like the one in your pic.
It's the game pad add-on. It plugs into the main Wiimote like the nunchuck bit
<p>I made a rune in a bar of soap for this game</p>
hey guys join http://devilhillswow.weebly.com/ <br>its a good private classic server
Whew, thanks for your comment Shabadage. I was just wondering about the character mapping / scripting on a remote without as many buttons as a keyboard. I'll try this out just for fun and see how it works out. Thanks for this instructable!
Windows users would be better off using Joy2Key; it allows key mapping through scripting your own controls. I've set up many an FPS to the dual analogs with this program. Would be the perfect program to get over the mouse problem you encountered in the last step.
Brilliant! I'll be sure to add that in! Thanks for the heads-up on that. Looks like us Mac users are—once again—one step behind in computer gaming.
wonder how long it will take g4 to find out about this?
Now, wouldn't <em>that</em> be wild&quot;<br/>

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