Wiimote Variants for Nintendo Wii and WII U
The wii remote (Or Wiimote) set the precendent for other consoles to come with their advanced motion tracking. This was mimicked by most other console manufacturers but never perfected the way that the Nintendo Wii could do it. The Wii Remote also touched back on a classic design when turned sideways. Just like the original NES, albeit with a slightly different button spacing, the D-Pad was controlled with the left thumb while the right thumb and first digit controlled the 1 and 2 buttons or for the NES the B and A buttons respectively. The plus and Minus buttons were equivalent to the start and select buttons. In true Nintendo fashion they released exactly what the public needed and then every single variant they could dream up.
The classic white remote. This is the wii remote that started it all, it came with the original white wii console and was available separately.
The pink remote was an alternative color option but was only available separately.
Like the pink, the Baby Blue remote was an alternative color option but was only available separately.
The black wii remote came with a matching console and was available separately.
The red wii remote was available individually as well as bundled with the Super Mario Bros 25th anniversary red console.
The gold Zelda wiimote was only available in a skyward sword bundle, it’s extremely hard to find.
The mario remote features an M logo on the front, a red top and a blue bottom.
The Luigi remote features an L logo on the front, a Green top and a blue bottom.
The Princess Peach remote features an crown logo on the front, a pink top and a dark pink bottom.
The Yoshi remote features an egg logo on the front, a white top and a green bottom. This remote was originally a Japan exclusive and later released in the US. Both the US and Japanese packages said Yoshi.
The Toad remote features a Mushroom logo on the front, a white top and a blue bottom. The remote was also a Japan exclusive and later released in the US. The Japanese packaging said Kinopio where the US packaging said Toad.
The Bowser remote features a Bowser logo on the front, a yellow and a green bottom. This remote was also a Japan exclusive that was later released in the US, the Japanese packaging said Koopa where the US packaging said Bowser.