Wii Advergames

by: Ilya Vedrashko

There are quite a few advergames designed to be played on the popular Wii console out there.


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G4H 2008: XRtainment Zone - Beyond Serious Games For Workouts

by: Eliane Alhadeff

Dr. Ernie Medina and his partners launched their first XRtainment Zone in California last year. The mission of XRtainment Zone is to provide families and kids of all ages a fitness club of their own "where working out is all play."

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How to Homebrew Wii Games: 73 Tips, Tutorials and Resources

by: Amy S. Quinn (guest blogger)

Certainly you've heard that fully integrated Wii homebrews
are in the near future, but did you know that developers are already
homebrewing for the Wii? Through the Internet Channel, you can play
Flash and Javascript games, and yes, even make your own. So if you've
spent all your money on a bidding war to get the Wii and you're out of
cash for games, follow this guide to some of the best Wii homebrew
resources out there.


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avatars roam across other people's wii games

by: Lynette Webb


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Wiibot - Controlling a Robot Arm With A Wiimote

by: Karl Long

The decision Nintendo made to innovate around the control of video games and bow out of the 3d arms race continues to pay dividend, generating interest, and encouraging creativity.

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Nintendo’s Blue Ocean Strategy: Wii

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Wii Got Momentum

By: David Armano

Is this Advertising?  Yes.  Is it product placement?  Maybe.  Did Nintendo pay for any of this? (I have no idea—but I'm guessing no?).  The Nintendo Wii has what the industry is calling Momentum.  Nintendo's managed to create a product that is seems almost designed to generate buzz (in addition to what looks like a great experience). 

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