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
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/)
Step 2: Set Up Darwiinremote
Add a new Key Configuration and call it something relevant; I called mine WoW Mote.
Set whatever keys to the buttons on the controller that you want.
What I set:
"D-Pad: Up, down, left, and right respectively
"The L&R; buttons up top: I set them to various ctrl, alt, and shift to allow for MANY more key combinations
"b: This is my jump button
Step 3: Set Up WoW's Keybindings
Here you will be welcomed by SO MANY options to set keys to. Go ahead and click on the various command/keys and press the buttons on your Wiimote to associate them.
Here's the ones I cared about:
"y, x, a: Action button 1, 2, 3
"L + y, x, b, a: Action button 4, 5, 6, 7
"L+R + y, x: Action Button 8, 9
"[+]: Target Nearest Enemy
"[-]: Target Nearest Friend
"L+[+]: Previous Enemy
"L+[-]: Previous Friend
"[Home]: Target Self
"R+up, down, left, right: Action Page 1, 2, 3, 4
"ZR+left, right: Action Page 5, 6
"R+b: Interact with Mouseover
"L+up, down: Zoom in/out
Step 4: Final Thoughts
This is also not a complete replacement for mouse & keyboard (oh boy do I wish). If you want to do anything in your bags, you'll have to use your mouseunless, of course, you write a macro to do what you want, but that's a whole other Instructable to be written.
Final words of advice:
" Position your mouse over your character's neck; that way all you have to do is run up to a body or sign or such and press L+b (or whatever you bound to Interact with Mouseover)
If you have any constructive input, I'd LOVE to hear it!
Good luck out there!