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WiiCraft allows you to use a Nintendo Wii Controller in Minecraft. Nintendo Wii Controllers can be connected via Bluetooth to a computer and then WiiCraft will send the correct data to Minecraft. The project is written in VB.Net and uses other 3rd party open source components.




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