StyleList's Lindsey Schickner making it work. Photo: Lindsey Schickner

"Project Runway" has turned designing over to the nerds.

Atari has teamed up with The Weinstein Company, executive producers of mega-hit reality series "Project Runway," to produce a new Wii video game, and this one's for the fashionistas.

Featuring voice-overs from Tim Gunn, Heidi Klum, Nina Garcia and Michael Kors, "Project Runway" devotees will feel right at home.

The Season 6 cast serves as mentors for players throughout the game, giving artistic pointers at every turn of the style process. (How very Tim Gunn of them!)

Similar to the show itself, Wii puts players in the role of aspiring fashion designers who are given a range of themed challenges.

Even more exciting is that as you complete each one, never-before-seen footage from PR Season 6 is revealed.

No detail has been overlooked -- from stripes and polka dots to buttons and zippers, you'll feel ready to take your creations to the catwalk after you've played this game.

Allowing you to choose from varied sleeve lengths and numerous colors, each piece of clothing can be designed a million different ways. Bonus: all the looks are saved in your own personal closet.

After the designing is done, you get to play stylist and accessorize your model from head to toe, even finishing off her look with the appropriate hair and makeup.

The array of clothing and beauty products expands as you complete each challenge, introducing items like knee-high boots, sequin minis, garter belts and strappy sandals -- everything a girl could want with just the click of a Wii remote.

After the design has been created, players who own the Wii Balance Board can actually walk their masterpieces down the runway. (Helpful hint: The key is the swift swiveling of your hips.)

And just like the show, the judges aren't always so nice. They'll let you know if you can make it or break it in the cut-throat world of fashion.

Check out our coverage of the "Project Runway" fashion show at New York Fashion Week, which featured the designs of 10 of the 11 contestants from the current season.