Bowling on the Wii can be a pretty fun event, but since the Wii remote can be pretty quirky at times, it can be pretty hard to achieve strike after strike to capture that elusive perfect game, leading to some sharp mind at BattleBricks.com coming up with a robot that bowls a perfect game in Wii Bowling every single time. This is made possible by building a robot (dubbed the WiigoBot) made from LEGO's Mindstorms NXT parts and programming the precise movement which will translate the Wii remote signal into a strike.
I suppose it was only a matter of time before such a playing aid was developed, after all we humans do not have the ability to consistently release the ball at the same angle and velocity every time. Although the WiigoBot won't be entering any Wii Bowling tournaments soon, it is pretty interesting to see it at work knocking down frame after frame without leaving even a single pin standing. Another advantage of the WiigoBot is it won't be letting fly any Wii remotes toward your TV screen anytime soon.