It’s Wii time!

When I lived in US, I got a little carried away and bought myself a Wii.

You’d think I was 5, but what the heck.. I don’t care what age group you are, Mario Kart, is fun.. 😉 OK, so I didn’t really get it for the Mario Kart as I got the Wii Fit balance board and everything with it! Turns out though, that it was mostly used for games, not exercise  – funny that 😉

Since I got home from US, the Wii haven’t seen much use, as it has mostly been tucked away in one of my drawers, and it’s time to let it go!

My neighbours kids are 7 and 9, and I have tested that my american Wii works on her Norwegian television, so this weekend the Wii will be installed in her house, rather than mine 🙂

I might miss Mario a little (I told you it was fun, right), but I sure won’t miss it filling up one of my drawer.

So here it is, all the Wii stuff – 12 items out-the-door!

  • 1 Wii with power and receiver
  • 1 Wheel
  • 2 Nunchucks
  • 2 Controls with plastic protective cover
  • 1 Wii Fit Balance board
  • 5 Games

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7 thoughts on “It’s Wii time!

  1. I bought a Wii years ago to use it for Netflix. I never had friends over much to play the games and the remote made Netflix a challenge. I’ve since sold it and purchased a Roku for my Netflix and am much happier! I do miss Mario Kart though, but I’ve never been the one to host Wii parties and stuff.


    1. Yeah, I never really did the friends over game night either. Did however have the occasional hangout with a friends son (in Houston) where we would fight over who got the wheel control for MarioKart 😉 but it is years since I got home to Norway.. and I can’t see us fighting over the wheel control anymore if they come visit, as the kid is now almost 16 😉

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