Creative and Microsoft Conspire against End User In Windows Vista Proof Here and Solutions As Well!

November 20, 2008

First off, Thanks to benjamin for an amazing OS that is Vista Black edition a hacked version of vista that runs better than ultimate!..  as you are surely aware if your a soundblaster and vista user…Windows Vista LACKS MAJOR DRIVER SUPPORT a good example being Daniel_K and his infamous battle with creative’s decision to CRIPPLE live drive support in recent OS’s. SB Audigy Series Software he was FORCED to remove said drivers 😮 BUT WE WILL HOST THEM AS A BIG MIDDEL FINGER TO BOTH M$ AND CREATIVE FOR THEM TRYING TO FUCK THE ENDUSER TO PAY FOR THERE REPUBLICAN ASS JET PLAINS WHO DO THEY THINK THEY ARE FORD? LMAO! WE PAY AND YOU PLAY HUH? WE DONT THINK SO! HERE IS THE POST FROM FILEFRONT NEWS!

Maybe all of those reports of Creative Labs sound cards not working properly in Vista weren’t due to poorly made drivers after all.

Wired recently received an email from Daniel_K, the individual who was responsible for fixing the broken Vista sound card drivers released by Creative (and who was then threatened by Creative), which claimed something that is, to say the least, very disconcerting: “Creative purposely modified the Audigy drivers to disable some features when Vista is detected and also purposely introduced some bugs to prevent some XP utilities from running.”

The entirety of his email can be read at Wired, and suffice it to say that Creative stands to lose a lot of business and take a tremendous knock on its reputation if Daniel_K’s allegations turn out to be true.

I must say, this all makes me happier than ever to own a Razer sound card.


DOWNLOAD THE VISTA DRIVERS BY DANIAL_K HERE
http://thepiratebay.org/torrent/4106373/Creative.Soundblaster.Audigy.Series.Vista.creative-logo.gifhttps://i2.wp.com/img184.imageshack.us/img184/5038/yousuck1nq6.gif

Drivers%5Bby.daniel_k%5D
http://news.filefront.com/is-creative-labs-intentionally-sabotaging-old-cards-through-drivers/

Unofficial SB Audigy Series Software CD (Rev 2) for Win 2000/XP/Server2003/Vista (32/64-bit) :
http://forums.creative.com/creativelabs/board/message?board.id=Vista&message.id=24260

SB Audigy series Vista Support Pack v2.15.0004EQ with Equalizer (02/24/2008) :
http://forums.creative.com/creativelabs/board/message?board.id=Vista&thread.id=30403

Thank you to you joe and daniel_k for this contribution. We appreciate this.

Vista Black Edition

Download!

Download this torrent!


Lets get this shit strait! lol!

November 20, 2008

Using your Wiimote on the Xbox360 How to:

November 11, 2008
Xbox 360 Input Machine (XIM) enables any PC input device to be used on the Xbox 360.
Since this blog entry was posted, an additional post has been made describing how to build your own Xbox 360 Input Machine (XIM). Click here for details.
(like many others) am a proud owner of a Wii60. Us Wii60 owners feel that we’ve got gaming all covered. Our Xbox 360 gives us top-class hard core online gaming in high definition. Our Wii gives us really unique gaming experiences because the Wiimote is like nothing else. But, what if we could get the best of the Xbox 360 and the best of the Wii, together, in a single game? I was curious, and the end result is my creation that I call Xbox 360 Input Machine (or, “XIM” for short).

Video: Playing Halo 2 (Xbox 360) with a Wiimote

(Even though I chose to adapt a Wiimote to my Xbox 360, this system will work with any input device that a PC can recognize. This, of course, includes any gaming mouse and keyboard (wired or wireless) available.)
Why a project like this?
XIM is, by far, the most ambitious side project I have ever worked on. It took most of my spare time over many months to complete and there were a lot of failures along the way. People may wonder why I’d spend so much time on a project like this. I have no agenda behind it. The answer is simple: I enjoy it. I like working on hardware, software, and firmware. Given that I also like gaming, I felt this sort of project was a natural fit with my interests.
No matter what, I wasn’t interested in creating vaporware. The end result had to work. I wanted something that I could play on daily that performed well.
Where to start?
The initial hurdle was to figure out where to start. We’ve seen devices come and go that let you use alternate input devices on the Xbox. Of course, there was the SmartJoy FRAG (SJF) for the Xbox, and now the XFPS 360 for the Xbox 360. Both these devices enable gaming using a mouse and keyboard with various levels of success. I own both of these devices and I can tell you that the SJF worked well on the Xbox (all my time with the device was spent on Halo 2). It was far from perfect, but, it was workable. As for the XFPS, that’s a different story. It’s performance is horrific (not to mention its hefty price tag). A lot of “SJF people” like me bought this device only to be very disappointed.
One redeeming trait of the XFPS is that it can also accept Playstation 2 controllers. It turns out that it does the translation to Xbox 360 very well. The XFPS also has another important feature: it circumvents the Xbox 360s security which prohibits 3rd parties from creating alternate input devices. Because of this, I decided to take my XFPS (which, at this point was collecting dust) and use it in my project.
Generating the right signals
As I mentioned, the XFPS can convert PS2 controller input to Xbox 360 input. This meant that I needed to emulate a PS2 controller. Turns out that the protocol is fairly well documented. The best source of information I found is here. The document describes the protocol in detail (using ASCII-art for the waveforms!). It turns out that the PS2 protocol is very similar to the standard Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) (4-wire Master/Slave) that many microcontrollers support in hardware. It’s not exact though. The PS2 protocol includes an controller-side acknowledgement (ACK) signal and it delivers bits in reverse relative to SPI. There was another issue too: the XFPS itself is emulating a PS2 console so, there may be slight differences in how it implements the protocol. Despite all these differences, I decided to go down the SPI route, and, I was glad it did.
The microcontroller and firmware
It’s been many years since I used and wrote firmware for a microcontroller. Back then I was using a Motorola HC11 and the firmware was in assembly language. Compared to the types of desktop software development tools and debuggers we have today, it was a pretty primitive environment. As I was searching for a microcontroller platform to develop on, I was thinking (hoping) that times have changed. I’m happy to report they have.
It hasn’t reached the level of sophistication of desktop software development environments, but, microcontroller development has come a long way. They now have integrated development environments (IDEs), in-circuit real-time debugging, and mature C-based compilers. There are quite a few offerings out there, but, the company that stood out amongst the rest is Silicon Labs. They offer a great end-to-end solution that includes affordable (cheap) development kits called their ToolStick line. For $25 I got a nice 8051-based kit that includes a prototyping area and also interfaces with the PC via USB. These processors are incredibly fast (25 MHz) and are only a couple of millimeters in size. And, most importantly, they include the SPI interface in hardware.

The “black box” in my design contains the development kit along with a PS2 controller extension cord cut and soldered on to the prototype area. The firmware I wrote configures the microcontroller to interface to the PS2 bus via the SPI interface. The ACK signal I mentioned before is also generated after an entire data transfer cycle is complete to inform the XFPS to start on the next cycle. The firmware also handles communication with PC via the onboard USB connection. The PC sends a PS2 controller state “packet” down to the microcontroller, then, in turn, the microcontroller places this data on the PS2 bus. Of course, timing is everything. Care was taken to ensure that the microcontroller is always responding to the XFPS quickly, otherwise, data would be corrupted or lost. At the same time, packets received from the PC must be buffered until the latest PS2 bus transfer is fully committed. As I was unfamiliar with development on this microcontroller, it took some time, trial and error to get this all working. The result turned out to be really solid and I’m happy with the overall design.
The PC connection

The requirement of a PC could be considered pretty “heavy-weight”. Even though an underpowered PC is good enough, we are still talking about gaming on a console after all. But, the PC in the overall XIM-equation is a vital piece of the puzzle for a few reasons:
1) The ability to interface with just about any input device
As I mentioned before, the system can interface with any input device that the PC supports. Given that the Wiimote is a standard Bluetooth HID (Human Interface Device), existing OS interfaces could be used access the device.
2) The ability to model complex input translation “profiles”
Input translation is how input from the Wiimote is ultimately converted to input to the Xbox 360. The more I worked on this project, the more I realized that a “one-size-fits-all” solution just isn’t enough.
Games for the Xbox 360 are simply not designed for anything other than a dual-analog game pad configuration and it differs per-game. First Person Shooter games are especially difficult due to extensive “aim assist” features (in the form of look acceleration and auto-aim) to make aiming with your thumb possible. These assist features make simplistic translations result in a mediocre play experience (i.e. “jumpy reticule”) when using a Wiimote or mouse.
Every combination of game and input device truly requires a different (potentially complex) translation method (i.e. “profile”) for best experience. My first profile is Halo 2 played with the Wiimote.
3) Shareable input translation profiles
It wasn’t easy building a good translation profile between the Wiimote and Halo 2 on the Xbox 360. Since I’m using a PC, I could share the profile with someone else by publishing it online.
Talking to the Wiimote
The Wiimote and Nunchuk are great input devices. They are relatively straight forward to program against since they are standard HID devices. There is actually a decent sized community out there using the Wiimote in different ways. The main alternate use is gaming on the PC.
Accessing the Wiimote via HID APIs is one thing, but, knowing how to send commands to it and decipher data coming from it is another. I was happy to find that there is a decent amount of code available online that I could reference. The best I found is a .NET library. This code base gave me the vital information I needed to communicate with the Wiimote using my unmanaged C++ code base.
The Wiimote Halo 2 input translation profile
I was set. The hardware interface and firmware was done. I could send single controller state (button presses and analog stick positions) commands from my PC to the Xbox 360. It worked really well. I could also read input commands from my Wiimote and Nunchuk. But, the next hurdle was to take this live data from the Wiimote and convert it to Xbox 360 controller input that actually felt right in-game. Button presses are easy to map. What was going to be most difficult is mapping look (reticule) movement in Halo 2. (Why Halo 2? Because I love Halo and Halo 3 is right around the corner!)
I had two problems left now:
1) How to use a Wiimote in a fixed-reticule game like Halo
2) How to compensate for the aim-assist that made for jumpy reticules with Xbox mouse and keyboard adapters
Wiimote and fixed reticules
Anyone that has played a FPS game on the Wii knows that they use a “bounding-box” technique for aiming. The reticule moves with the Wiimote and look movement occurs when the reticule goes beyond an imaginary box on the screen. Once you get used to it, it controls very well and makes for really fun game play. I had the problem now of figuring out how to make Halo’s fixed-point reticule move with the Wiimote.
Various PC demos I’ve seen used the tilt of the Wiimote to cause reticule movement. This struck me as awkward as it seemed like it would be difficult to control (especially restoring the Wiimote back to the “zero” position to stop movement). I went ahead and tried this sort of look translation, and, I was right, although movement was smooth, it was uncontrollable.
I decided to take the same approach as a mouse in FPS gaming. Reticule movement on screen would correspond to where the Wiimote is pointing (via its IR sensors). When you run out of “mouse pad” the mouse is picked up and repositioned on the pad. Similarly for the Wiimote, when the Wiimote exceeds the IR field, you use the A button to disengage movement and reposition the Wiimote. This feels the most natural and responsive to play. The negative to this was that, since the Wiimote IR is so sensitive, every little movement (including your hand shaking slightly) would translate to movement on the screen. This problem along with the game’s existing “auto-aim” needed to be addressed.
Smoothing out the reticule
Making look (reticule) movement feel smooth turned out to be a recurring process of trial and error. Wiimote IR movement deltas couldn’t be translated directly (linearly) to Xbox look thumb stick deltas without a jumpy reticule. I settled on an exponential translation curve to best help counter the affects of in-game acceleration. I then added smoothing algorithms to help keep the reticule stable. I still had a problem between precise aiming and fast turning.
I felt like given the constraints of the look mechanics of the game, I couldn’t make both precise aiming and fast turning work with the same translation curve. That’s when I decided to program in two curves which are switched based on the state of the Nunchuk C button. By default, turning is fast. But, when you need to be more precise on aiming, pressing the C button drops the sensitivity.
All this combined with independent X-Y sensitively and, of course, dead zone compensation, made for a good experience. It’s not perfect, but, I feel with more tweaking, it has the potential of being great.
Where we go from here
As far as hardware, where I think where it should go is beyond the free time I have to invest. I’d love to see something like this packaged (i.e. all the parts) into a single device. The device would have to be sophisticated enough to accept new, relatively complex input transformation profiles. This means it would need to be able to interface with a PC in some way (ideally wirelessly) and be programmable via the PC. Of course, accepting more than a mouse and keyboard is a must (such as a Wiimote or other bluetooth devices).
But, for now, I’m looking forward to spending quality time gaming with this new setup, applying incremental improvements to the software and firmware, and coming up with new profiles for different games.
Source:

http://obsiv.spaces.live.com/blog/cns!948789BF56FAF394!177.entry


Auto Boot for Wiigators 0.3 beta Backup Launcher – FULLSPEED NO LAG HOW ABOUT THAT!?!

October 28, 2008

Backup Launcher 0.3 beta
This is the release of a test version of the backup launcher. It runs
stable for most games. I hope someone can make a compatibility matrix
in the wiki. Please provide some good input data. Don’t ask questions
which are already answered. If you didn’t use it before, you should
check the posts for the old version.

http://rapidshare.com/files/157464007/back…3_beta.tgz.html
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=OLZZUJSJ

If you have problems with the archive, you may rename it from .tgz to .tar.gz and extract it twice.

What is included:
– cIOS Installer
– Backup Launcher 0.3 with banner

Changelog:
– Cinematic now working properly
– Wi-Fi Enabled
– Faster Load time
– Drive speed is still 3x. It is so fast that some testers believed it is running at 6x.
– Supports non-patched and patched Wii games (The correct term for “patched” is “decrypted”)
– Not all games will work, but as of now most do.

Some parts are modification of free available source code, and are
unsupported and not condoned by the original authors of it. The backup
loader modification is solely the work of WiiGator.
Thanks to Waninkoko for his support and the first version of the backup loader.

THIS IS SO EASY to do ….way fookin easy NO RISK with this puppy! thanks wiigator! woot!

Step 1: connect your wii to the internet via ethernet or wifi and run CIOS install that comes with the megaupload link  posted….THIS GRABS THE IOS FROM SERVER AND THE FILES NEEDED AND IT INSTALLS THEM AUTOMATIC NO RISK! (nice4 huh?)

Step 2: install the DOL for the homebrew channel or the channel wad i made and enjoy! it REALLY is that simple!
Step 3 (optional)

ORIGINAL POST BY Forsaekn @ GBAtemp!
thanks guys your contribution are making the scene
a  better place all the time!

I decided to modify WiiGator’s Backup Launcher 0.3 source to make an “autoboot” variation, because I want to go through as few menus as possible when booting my backups. I guess you could say I wanted a more streamlined process.

This modified build will now automatically boot directly into the game, unless you are holding ‘B’ down on either the wiimote or a GC controller during launch. This will enter the configuration menu where you can change Language, Force TV Signal type, change Hooktype, enable Ocarina, etc.
Usage: Hold ‘B’ during launch to enter boot configuration menu.

download: http://www.mediafire.com/file/jzgimmixmmk/…auncher_0.3.rar
mirror: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=XRCGQZXI

UPDATE: By popular demand I’ve uploaded ForceNTSC and ForceNTSC with vipatch versions.

ForceNTSC: http://www.mediafire.com/file/ni0gmjjmjmc/…3-ForceNTSC.rar

ForceNTSC with vipatch: http://www.mediafire.com/file/ewdwqiuimmz/…NTSCvipatch.rar

The archives include the dol, modified sourcecode, and a Channel WAD created by me. (Banner image was created by shadowmoses, Icon images and sound by Forsaekn @ GBAtemp!)
NOTE: make sure you still install the CIOS before using the backup launcher, or it will not work regardless of where you run it from.

Enjoy!

Banner:

Reduced: 71% of original size [ 720 x 480 ] – Click to view full image

Icons:

BTW there is the NEW compat threads


POST RESULTS HERE:

http://gbatemp.net/index.php?showtopic=111809

READ RESULTS HERE:

http://wiki.gbatemp.net/wiki/index.php/Backup_Launcher_v3

USE THIS INFO BEFORE USING YOUR BACKUP SO YOU DO NOT WASTE ANY DISC AT ALL

not all patched games work but out of about 40 i only lost 12 disc that wont play proper anymore so dont toss ALL your old patched disc’s untill you test them and remember to try each disc a couple times…I say this because if you set your hook to GC PAD it can often allow a game to run perfect that may not have ran before and 1 game in particular is pokemon battle rev it sometimes has to be booted a couple of times Wink

but talk about nice full speed backup loader! wooot!

EDIT: BTW here is a video of the channel i injected and the dol baboon has posted above in action playing wiimusic NTSC-J and a PAL version of destroy all humans on my NTSC system (all backups naturally)

Before you use the software check if this is the offical version by comparing the hash values.

SHA1
40169d38e18b19561f331471f9c3a119f7faf30a cIOS_Installer/boot.dol
6693c1c439566bfd4ca62cd60fea709bf3d53583 Backup_Launcher/boot.dol

MD5
a3fec9280cde7d955b061ed32c75aec3 cIOS_Installer/boot.dol
925d030f977f22d61012c04b03985874 Backup_Launcher/boot.dol

WiiGator

It is prohibited to use any of the software to illegally copy games, they are intended only to create and play legal backups of games that you own. In some countries or regions it is still illegal to make copies of games that you own, check with your local authorities if you are unsure. I cannot be held responsible for any misuse of these programs. The use of any of the above software is done so at your own risk. If you mess something up or anything undesirable (ie: loss of warranty, brick, lawsuits, jailtime) happens because of any of these programs, it is your own fault. USE AT YOUR OWN RISK!!!!

———————
Instructions
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1. Install new cIOS. Make sure its properly installed
2. Load Backup Launcher and play game.

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F.A.Q.s
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Q. What does it do?
A. Play Wii backups on your non-modded Wii.

Q. Do all games work?
A. This is only a beta version. Not all games will work, but as of now most do.

Q: Where do I get support for it?
A: I do this in my free time. So you need to search in the internet for forums like http://gbatemp.net.

Q: Where do I get an update?
A: You will get updates at my blog: http://gbatemp.net/?act=module&module=…member=WiiGator

Q: When will it support … and when will be released?
A: I do this in my free time, so I don’t know.

A: I heard a rumour that …?
Q: Don’t believe it. Wait until it is approved or declined.

Q. What does patched games means and do I need it?
A. This was used in the first version. The game application was decrypted. It is not needed anymore. 1:1 backups have higher compatibility than patched games.

Q. How do I run it?
A. Seems you don’t know anything about homebrew yet:
– You need to install http://www.wiibrew.org/wiki/Homebrew_Channel.
– You will need http://www.wiibrew.org/wiki/Twilight_Hack and the game “The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess” to install the channel.
– Create the directory apps in the root of your SD card.
– Copy Backup_Launcher and cIOS_Installer to the directory apps.
– Put the SD card into the front SD slot of your Wii.
– Then run the homebrew channel.
– First install cIOS and then run Backup Launcher.

Q. I can’t install cIOS, I keep getting an error. How do I fix this?
A. If you have a previous cIOS installed, remove it with Waninkoko’s cIOS Uninstaller or use AnyTitleDeleter. Then
try to install the new cIOS.

Q. Do I need the new cIOS to play games?
A. Yes.

Q. Does Wi-Fi work?
A. Yes, some games have been tested and they work. Though we’re not sure if all of them work.

Q. I have a problem, will you fix it?
A. Post it in the Backup Launcher thread and beta testers or someone can help you.

Q. Can I be a beta tester?
A. You have already something what you can test.

Q. Will this brick my Wii?
A. There is a slim chance that it will. I have installed the cIOS countless times with no problems. But just make sure you follow the onscreen instructions. It is possible that someone puts malicious software on a game disc. I suggest to run only games which are correctly signed by Nintendo! You can check this for example by running extractpartition. Don’t install updates from a burned game disc of a different region, this was already reported to brick your Wii, when using a hardware modchip.

Q. <Insert Game Here> doesn’t work, whats the problem?
A. The loader isn’t perfect. It will probably be fixed in the next update.

Q. Does it load GameCube backups?
A. No.

Q. Does it play old games like Twilight Princess and Red Steel?
A. No, but some are working.

Q. Do I need dvdx?
A. No. Just ignore it and forget that it could be in anyway related to this program.

Q. There is a online or disc update available from Nintendo, should I update it?
A. NEVER MAKE ANY UPDATE FROM NINTENDO!!! This can make the backup launcher unusable. There are better ways to do this.

Q. Where does cIOS install?
A. It installs on the NAND flash of your Wii. It uses IOS249 v6.

Q. Is this easy to uninstall if I decide I dont want it ?
A. Yes – most of the install files can be removed with the WAD manager – the rest just delete off the SD card.

Q. I’m getting an error with : DVD Identify Failed when I try to run a game – why ?
A. This is a burn media issue – dont use DVD REWRITABLES and try a different disc/drive/burn speed. You need to change the book type of DVD+R.

Q. I’m getting an error with : No DVD when I try to run a game – why ?
A. This is a burn media issue – dont use DVD REWRITABLES and try a different disc/drive/burn speed. You need to change the book type of DVD+R.

Q. I don’t have Wi-Fi, how can I install it?
A1. You need to download the following files with your computer:
http://nus.cdn.shop.wii.com/ccs/download/0…000024/tmd.1042
http://nus.cdn.shop.wii.com/ccs/download/0…0100000024/cetk
http://nus.cdn.shop.wii.com/ccs/download/0…000024/00000000
http://nus.cdn.shop.wii.com/ccs/download/0…000024/00000001
http://nus.cdn.shop.wii.com/ccs/download/0…000024/00000002
http://nus.cdn.shop.wii.com/ccs/download/0…000024/00000003
http://nus.cdn.shop.wii.com/ccs/download/0…000024/00000004
http://nus.cdn.shop.wii.com/ccs/download/0…000024/00000005
http://nus.cdn.shop.wii.com/ccs/download/0…000024/00000006
http://nus.cdn.shop.wii.com/ccs/download/0…000024/00000007
http://nus.cdn.shop.wii.com/ccs/download/0…000024/00000008
http://nus.cdn.shop.wii.com/ccs/download/0…000024/00000009
http://nus.cdn.shop.wii.com/ccs/download/0…000024/0000000a
http://nus.cdn.shop.wii.com/ccs/download/0…000024/0000000b
http://nus.cdn.shop.wii.com/ccs/download/0…000024/0000000c
http://nus.cdn.shop.wii.com/ccs/download/0…000024/0000000d
http://nus.cdn.shop.wii.com/ccs/download/0…000024/0000000e

Create the directory /00000001/00000024/v1042/ in the root of your SD card. Copy all downloaded files to this folder and put the SD card in the front SD slot.

A2. When you have a second Wii with Wi-Fi, you can run the cIOS installer there with a SD card inserted. The software will copy the required files to the SD card while installation.

Q. My game doesn’t start. What should I do?
A. Try to change the hook type to GC in the configuration.

Source: http://gbatemp.net/index.php?showuser=136843


[Tutorial] “Wiizle Shiizle Diizle” from wiisos

October 25, 2008
source:

http://www.wiisos.com/index.php

WDS_TOOL Release Note:
=========================

What is Wiizle Diizle Shizzle?
==============================

This One is a small PC Application for Wii-Backups.
It’s a “Multi” in One Tool… For Patching GameRegion (JAP, US, PAL),
to prevent of DVD-Updates, Categorize your Games in your local Database.

Game Database:
Every opened Game will be saved in a lokal Database for your Games.
So you you can see your GameList, view Gamedetails, edit Gamedetails, add Comments and Rate your Games

Language Tool:
With this Tool you can create or edit WDS-Lanuguage-Files easily!

WebSite: http://wdstool.atbhost.com/

Changes VERSION 1.3: !!! (USE THIS TOOL AT YOUR OWN RISK – IT’S NOT TESTED WELL) !!!
=====================

General:
========

– Open Virtual Console .wad Files.
– Displays Virtual Console Game Information.
– Displays the WII-ID, on which the VC-Game was created.
– Displays the Game Publisher
– Displays Genre of the Games
– No “restart” required after changing the Language.

Game Database:
==============

– Convert your Game Database in HTML.
– save single Gamedata in a small *.gdr File. So you can share gameinformation with other WDS User.
– Add *.gdr Data to your Game Database

Region Patch:
=============

– Virtual Console Game Region Patch. For WAD-Files.
– Virtual Console Games will not be renamed after Patching.

Changes VERSION 1.2:
=====================

General:
========

– Tools Menu added
– Language Tool added
– Game Database Tool added

Changes VERSION 1.1:
=====================

General:
========

– Language Bugs fixed.
– some GUI and Control Bugs fixed

Region Patch:
=============

– RegionCode displayed in Hex

Update Patch:
=============

– Detects Updates (colored)
– Detects Update Region (colored)
– writes new Header (SPORTS PACK for REVOLUTION – Patch)
– algorithm changed. (secured writing (a little bit slower))
– GUI will not freeze while patching.

Features VERSION 1.0:
=====================

General:
========

– Different Languages supported
– Only one Button Click to Patch the Game

Region Patch:
=============

– Detects already Patched Backups
– overwrites Region Code (16 Bytes) and the RegionByte

Update Patch:
=============

– Detects Updates
– Detects Update Region
– Deletes Updates completly
– writes new Header (SPORTS PACK for REVOLUTION – Patch)
– Fast writing algorithm.

Known Problems:
===============

– Metroid Prime 3 (Update) and Games which checks for special FW Version.
– Windows Vista: The “Patch Both” Button won’t work on Vista

Future of Wiizle Diizle Shiizle:
================================

– Detecting Multi-Updates
– If Multi-Update on Backup.. WDS-Tool will take the correct one
– try to Patch an Backup without deleting header Parts (changing offset)
– Detecting Update Version!
– improved failure detection

Other Notes:
============

– This one is no professionally Software… its “Homemade”, some Kind of Hobby-Project!!!
So Use this Tool at your own Risk. The Author is not responsible for any malfunctions.
(If Games still try to do an Update, press “No” or shut down your Console WITHOUT Updating)

– Please use this Tool only for legal Backups!!! (You have to own the Original Game)

*********************************************************************************************

– Developed with: Visual Studio 2005 (VB)
– OS: Windows XP Version 2002 (Service Pack 2)
– used .Net v2

*** You Need DotNet Version 2 (.Net v2) to Run this Tool ***
***     You must install it before you can use WDS       ***

THIS TOOL IS FREE!

CREATED BY *** Misanthrope *** 2007

With satisfaction I present/display east program to them that hara but easy all the manipulation of the ISOS and the WADS of Wii

WIIZLE DIIZLE SHIIZLE

Good seeing the difficulties that have some users according to the regions and updates because me decidi
to make this post not to have to do those post of 30 pages to ask since this or the other becomes

Now before nothing olvidense of wiibrickbloquer, wiifrii, gecko you, free the wads and of many things but, so hands wing build

That it makes east Program?

It patches the region of the Isos

Acquittal Updates

It changes the way of beginning of a disc

It patches the region of the Wads

It makes a List of the Patched ISOS

You can Give a Qualification to your ISOS

:: FIRST STEPS::

We will unload and decompress the following file

UNLOADING

http://www.mediafire.com/?gj3m3dknnii

We will create Two folders one for ISOS and another one for WADS

Now we will abriremos the application

Saldra an equal box to this

Later you must choose the region of your Wii according to is the case

You remember that before we then created folders and moment for specifying where the WADS estan
and the ISOS besides choosing the language you only must choose the one that Spanish says “(Doble_v)”

Now we give click to “Knows him”

Saldra a box like this

:: ISOS::

:: I PATCH OF UPDATE ISOS::

Now we are in the initial window

We give click in the eyelash “File” and give click in the option “Abrir (ISO)”

Now abrira an equal sale to this I will work on “Wii Music NTSC-J”

Saldra a window like this where it gives all the info us of the ISO and if it brings or nonupdate besides several
things but that we will be seeing

Now only we give click him “To patch Update”

We will hope to that finalize the process and taaa gives saldra a window announcing that I patch myself well

:: I PATCH OF REGION ISOS::

Now Parcheo comes from Region

It would only be left us the equal window to the one of beginning that in this is appraised that no longer there is update

We will only give click “To patch ready Region immediately” and saldra a window like this

(It remembers that you must form in the options the correct region of your Wii that is the region to which you want to patch the ISO)

:: TO PATCH WAY OF BEGINNING ISOS::

In the window that we only have left it is necessary to choose how you want that it initiates the game “automatically” or as always “manual”

Saldra a window like this announcing that now your game is booteable Car

:: WADS::

Good this sera brief can only Be patched the region of the WADS

:: I PATCH OF REGION WADS::

We will only come to like with the ISO giving click in the eyelash “Archives” and choosing the option “Abrir (WAD)”

[the PAL will work on “Doctor Mario & Bactericida]”

It is only necessary to give Click to the option “To patch Region” and Taaada

Saldra a window like this announcing the conclusion of the process

:: LISTING OF GAMES PARCHADOS::

Good east program brings a tool that you premite to llavar a control on all the games that are
happened over this application, that will not speak much on this function I leave you



Good because I hope that already it is clear and with this simple tool no longer for having problems

The tutorial whole number I did and also I traduci the program am strange to me that nobody speaks of being that is brilliant

Greetings

TO WHICH IF I ASK IT IS CARRIED I BELIEVE THAT THE TUTORIAL IS DESERVED

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TUTORIAL NO LONGER MAS COMPLICATIONS WITH ISOS


I-Mockery review of River City Ransome Hack!

October 21, 2008

Hacked Rom Reviews!

Wilford Brimley Battle!
-a rom hack of “River City Ransom” for the NES-
review by: -RoG-


Amazing. Just when you thought Wilford Brimley couldn’t become a more powerful force in the universe, along comes the game “Wilford Brimley Battle” for the NES. Wilford obviously used his mind-controlling oats on some poor bastard and forced the guy to create a hack of “River City Ransom”. After the game was completed, Wilford probably turned that guy’s brain into oatmeal to keep him quiet. But just who is Wilford Brimley?

Wilford Loves His Oats!

Why, he’s the guy who tells us all to eat us some good ‘n warm Quaker Oats of course! I’m pretty sure he’s about 500 years old, and has lived solely off of these oats for his entire lifetime. He cannot be killed. He cannot be bargained with. You’ll eat his oats and you’ll like it. You don’t have to like his movie “Cocoon” however, I think even he’s embarrassed about that one too. So onto the game…

Wilford Brimley Battle Title Screen!
Choose your Brimley!

A huge dilemma. Which Wilford Brimley are we supposed to pick? The one with the blue pants, white shirt, and white mustache? Or the one with the white pants, blue shirt, and BLUE MUSTACHE!? I dunno, I think the one with the blue mustache is an evil robot. I don’t trust evil robots. I’ll go with the first one.

A terrifying message

Before the game begins we find out the real purpose behind the game… Wilford wants to do away with Kelloggs cornflakes, so he makes them out to be like Nazis (ie: “neo-cornflake empire”). So playing as Wilford, it is apparently your job to put an end to Kellogg company once and for all. Sure why not, let’s give it a try…

Outside Quaker Oats Inc.

You start off just outside the Quater Oat INC. headquarters. But it looks as though you’ve stepped onto some gangland territory, a gang known as THE CORNFLAKES! Something weird about this gang though.

They all look like Wilford Brimley! Ahhhhhhhh!

They’re all old men, just like Wilford! Perhaps Kellogs has been making Wilford Brimley look-a-likes instead of cereal in an attempt to overthrow his reign of terror here on earth? Well the game doesn’t really go too far into detail as far as the plot goes, but at least we get to beat up some old shmoes.

The Oat Store!

Now, just like in River City Ransom, after every few boards you get to go shopping at the local mall. In this game, however, in each mall there is an “Oats” store. So of course, you would think that Wilford could go in to one of these fine oaty establishments to buy some oats as a power-up.

What? You don't serve Oats in an OAT store!?!

Yeah, you’d think that, but you’d be wrong. The store may be called “Oats”, but as you can see, there’s not a single damned oat on the entire menu. Just look at the seething hatred for the waitress in Wilford’s eyes. He wants his oats. He needs his oats. And what to they offer him? Tea and pancakes. That’s just friggin’ great. So, if you’re like me, you buy nothing and move onward.

Creepy. Really, really creepy.

But before we move on, is it me or are some of the kids that walk around in the mall just a little creepy? I mean, look at this kid. He’s in diapers or “short shorts” and a purple tank-top and I do NOT like how he is staring at Wilford. There’s something horribly wrong on the kids’ mind. Something horribly wrong…

Yogurt Enemas? UM... NO.

Well I shrugged off the sight of the strange kid, only to be bombarded with a stranger message. Before entering the next gangland territory, I am greeted by a little girl that has a message for me. Kellogs wants me to have a “healthy breakfast and YOGURT ENEMAS.” Dear god Wilford! Have you no shame? We understand that you don’t like Kellogs, but must you expose such sick and twisted things about the company? If there’s an 8-bit Yogurt Enema of Wilford Brimley anywhere in this game, I am shutting it off instantly and then setting my computer on fire. That’s all I’ve got to say about that.

MEN EAT OATS!

Wilford also sticks subliminal messages all throughout the game, but none are more blatant than this one: “MEN EAT OATS!“. There you have it. If you don’t eat oats, Wilford thinks you’re a sissy pie. But what if you’re a girl? If you eat oats will you be transformed into a man? Well, you girls out there can get back to me on this one I suppose…

U.S. POSTAL SERVICE? I THINK NOT!

Oh god no, he’s taken over the postal service. I remember seeing Wilford Brimley on an episode of Seinfeld where he was the U.S. Postmaster and he FORCED Kramer to accept all of his junkmail. Kramer was ready to cry while Wilford gave him a speech about he doesn’t appreciate having his golfing game interrupted. As scary as that scene may have been, I just figured he was ACTING as the Postmaster. But as you can see in the above picture, Wilford is obviously planning on taking over the U.S. Postal Service and turning it into the U.S. OATS Service! Is there no end to his Oaty Madness!?!?

Let me in Kellogs! I Wilford Brimley will swallow your souls!

Well, I made it to Kellogs Headquarters. But I couldn’t find a way in, just a closed front gate. I threw a trashcan at it, but nothing happened. I tried leaping the fence. Still nothing. So I guess I”ll never get a chance to beat the game. But in a way I’m glad. I don’t want to know what horrors Wilford was going to bring onto the world once he destroyed the Kellogs empire. That kind of future is just too grim for me to fathom. I’ll just sit here in peace and eat my oats like a good man. I won’t complain. All I ask is that Wilford stays the hell away from me. I don’t think I’m asking for too much.

Click the “Smack Him” Button to see the Oat-fueled Fury of Wilford Brimley!

Email Me if you have any comments/questions about this piece!
-RoG-

take that DIABEETISsss LOL


*** You too can play Wilford Brimley Battle! ***

[CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE WILFORD BRIMLEY BATTLE ROM FOR THE NES!]

[CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE NES EMULATOR]

sorce: http://www.i-mockery.com/romhacks/wilford/



Waninkoko and WiiGator’s Backup Launcher v0.3 – Demonstration and Comparisons (NEW VERSION)

October 20, 2008

I have heard news from a friend of mine the goes by Baboon over on the playground http://pspplayground.condor.serverpro3.com/index.php THAT BOTH WANINKOKO AND WIIGATOR HAVE TEAMED UP TO CREATE THE “PERFECT” WII BACKUP LOADER! HOW EXCITING FOR THE SCENE!

The current 1.0 release most users are using ATM

The new 0.3 not released yet

(Video provided by a beta tester, thanks much for sharing!)

This is a demonstration of the new version of WiiGator’s Backup Loader, version 0.3. This version provides much better loading times compared to 0.1, along with smooth video playback.

The version is expected to be released in the third week of November.


The new wii backup launcher channel version 0.2 with cios fix

October 20, 2008

The new wii backup launcher channel version 0.2 with cios fix

backup launcher v0.2 channel download: link

cios fix download: link
source

Note:
FULLY TESTED WAD: the new channel works fine thanx Chem for the news!


” Ocarina ” Wii Game Cheat Device

October 17, 2008

DOWNLOAD NEW CODES: http://www.usbgecko.com/codes/

Update History
10/16/2008 – JP Update: Guitar Hero Aerosmith [RGVJ52]

 

ZiT
10/14/2008 – US Update: Super Smash Bros. Brawl [RSBE01]

 

REDSOXROX
10/13/2008 – US Update: Metroid Prime 3: Corruption [RM3E01]

 

brkirch
10/13/2008 – US Update: Crash Mind Over Mutant [RC8E7D]

 

ZiT
10/12/2008 – US Update: De Blob [R6BE78]

 

ZiT
10/12/2008 – JP Update: Star Wars The Force Unleashed [RSTJ52]

 

ZiT
10/12/2008 – JP Update: Dairantou Smash Brothers X [RSBJ01]

 

Cross1955
10/12/2008 – EU Update: My Pet Hotel [RMNPFR]

 

Dr.Pepper
10/12/2008 – EU Update: The Dog Island [RDIP41]

 

gentetsu
10/11/2008 – JP Update: Dairantou Smash Brothers X [RSBJ01]

 

Cross1955
10/11/2008 – US Update: De Blob [R6BE78]

 

ZiT
10/11/2008 – JP Update: Pokemon Battle Revolution [RPBJ01]

 

ZiT
10/10/2008 – US Update: Igor [RIBES5]

 

ZiT
10/09/2008 – JP Update: Star Wars The Force Unleashed [RSTJ52]

 

ZiT
10/09/2008 – US Update: Dance Dance Revolution Hottest Party 2 [RD4EA4]

 

ZiT
10/09/2008 – US Update: Crash Mind Over Mutant [RC8E7D]

 

ZiT
10/09/2008 – EU Update: AgentHugo [RHGX6Z]

 

memorris
10/08/2008 – US Update: De Blob [R6BE78]

 

hetoan2
10/08/2008 – JP Update: Jikkyou Powerful Major League 3 [R3FJA4]

 

ZiT
10/08/2008 – JP Update: Star Wars The Force Unleashed [RSTJ52]

 

ZiT
10/08/2008 – US Update: Lego Star Wars The Complete Saga [RLGE64]

 

REDSOXROX
10/08/2008 – US Update: Super Smash Bros. Brawl [RSBE01]

 

REDSOXROX
10/08/2008 – EU Update: Brothers in Arms: Road to Hill 30 [RI8P41]

 

Dr.Pepper
10/08/2008 – EU Update: Brothers in Arms: Earned in Blood [RB5P41]

 

Dr.Pepper
10/08/2008 – US Update: Kidz Sports Crazy Golf [RGKENR]

 

ZiT
10/08/2008 – US Update: Monkey King – The Legend Begins [RTDE6K]

 

memorris
10/08/2008 – JP Update: Guitar Hero 3 Legends of Rock [RGHJ52]

 

ZiT
10/07/2008 – US Update: Cabela’s Dangerous Hunts 2009 [RXZE52]

 

ZiT
10/07/2008 – US Update: Igor [RIBES5]

 

ZiT
10/07/2008 – Huge thanks to all of the code hackers- 2 months, not one day without an update! Thank you!

 

James0x57
10/07/2008 – US Update: Cabelas Legendary Adventures [RCUE52]

 

ZiT
10/06/2008 – US Update: Red Steel [REDE41]

 

brkirch
10/06/2008 – US Update: Guitar Hero 3 [RGHE52]

 

stevenhill627
10/06/2008 – US Update: NO MORE HEROES [RNHE41]

 

stevenhill627
10/06/2008 – US Update: WarioWare: Smooth Moves [RODE01]

 

stevenhill627
10/06/2008 – US Update: Zoo Hospital [RZHE5G]

 

ZiT
10/05/2008 – US Update: Defendin De Penguin [RLZE4Z]

 

ZiT
10/05/2008 – US Update: Cabela’s Dangerous Hunts 2009 [RXZE52]

 

ZiT
10/05/2008 – US Update: Red Steel [REDE41]

 

brkirch
10/05/2008 – US Update: Zoo Hospital [RZHE5G]

 

ZiT
10/05/2008 – EU Update: Red Steel [REDP41]

 

Dr.Pepper
10/05/2008 – US Update: Pitfall The Big Adventure [RPFE52]

 

ZiT
10/04/2008 – US Update: Super Mario Galaxy [RMGE01]

 

brkirch
10/04/2008 – US Update: Samba De Amigo [R3BE8P]

 

ZiT
10/04/2008 – US Update: De Blob [R6BE78]

 

ZiT
10/04/2008 – JP Update: One Piece Unlimited Adventure (JP) [RIPJAF]

 

ZiT
10/04/2008 – JP Update: One Piece Unlimited Cruise Episode1 (JP) [ROUJAF]

 

ZiT
10/04/2008 – JP Update: CAPTAIN RAINBOW [R7CJ01]

 

ZiT
10/04/2008 – US Update: We Cheer [RCHEAF]

 

ZiT
10/03/2008 – JP Update: Jikkyou Powerful Major League 3 [R3FJA4]

 

James0x57
10/03/2008 – EU Update: SimCity Creator [R4CP69]

 

memorris
10/02/2008 – JP Update: G1 Jockey Wii 2008 [R8GJC8]

 

ZiT
10/02/2008 – JP Update: Jikkyou Powerful Major League 3 [R3FJA4]

 

ZiT
10/01/2008 – JP Update: Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess [RZDJ01]

 

James0x57
10/01/2008 – EU Update: Mario Party 8 [RM8P01]

 

Romaap
10/01/2008 – US Update: Lego Batman [RLBEWR]

 

shark2003
10/01/2008 – JP Update: Marvel Ultimate Alliance [RMUJ2K]

 

ZiT

10/01/2008 – JP Update: Mario Kart Wii [RMCJ01]SIMPLIFIED GUIDE:

Ok listen well because this is what you have to do from the very beginning:

The program to open the downloaded files is WinRAR, go on google and write ” download winrar ” to get it

PREPARE THE TWILIGHT HACK:
Go on your wii memory and copy your zelda twilight princess savegame inside a SD card and take it to your computer in a safe place, then delete it from your Wii memory.

Download Twilight hack: http://wiibrew.org/wiki/Twilight_Hack

You have downloaded the twilight hack, inside the twilight hack there are 2 files:
README and private

When you open private you find: private – wii – title – rzde, rzdj, rzdp

Make your SD card like this:

SD card: private – wii – title – rzdp – data.bin ( twilight hack ) if you have an european zelda

SD card: private – wii – title – rzdj data.bin ( twilight hack ) if you have a japanese zelda

SD card: private – wii – title – rzde – data.bin ( twilight hack ) if you have an american zelda

then put the SD on your Wii

take your twilight hack ( wich is inside the sd card ) and copy it on your wii memory.

now that the twilight hack is on your wii take your SD card and put it on your computer, then delete everything inside it.

INSTALL THE HOMEBREW CHANNEL ON YOUR WII:

Download the homebrew channel: http://hbc.hackmii.com/dist/the_homeb…

You downloaded the Homebrew channel, inside it you find three files: a folder called wiiload, a file called boot.elf and readme

Copy the file boot.elf inside the empty SD card

Put the SD card with the boot.elf inside your Wii

Run Zelda Twilight princess game

Go talk with the guy near link’s house

at this point if it says fail to boot .elf you must go Here:

http://www.mediafire.com/?rxrxhmvpnpf

download it, it’s a SD formatter program that i uploaded
When i had that problem i used this and then the SD worked.
But if it won’t work then you should try with another SD card

Now if it can load the boot.elf file, continue to press 1 on your wiimote to accept the questions

at the end you’ll have the homebrew channel on your wii menu.

HOW TO USE OCARINA:

Download Ocarina: http://wiird.l0nk.org/ocarina.zip

You downloaded Ocarina, inside it you can find: pc, hbc

Take your sd card ( that must be empty ) and create a new folder called ” apps ” inside it.

Now open the hbc folder and copy the folder ocarina inside the apps folder you just created.

Now if you want to activate the codes you must open the program called” codemgr ” wich is inside the folder called ” pc ”

Click on File and then on OPEN TXT FILE

Now you have to choose the game you want to use, you can download the codes you want by clicking on the first link in the video description where it says DOWNLOAD NEW CODES, before the game name there’s the region ( JP for japanese wii, US for american wii, EU for european wii ) for example ” US – Wii sports ” etc.

In the video i used Super smash bros Brawl codes, and Super smash bros Brawl is the file ” rsbp ” in the European folder ( if you have the american Brawl you must use the one with ” US – game name – ”

Now that you’ve activated the codes you wanted to use, click on EXPORT TO GCT

Choose your SD card where it says ” Drive letter ” and then click on ” store ”

Now inside your SD card, near the ” apps ” folder that you created before using the codes you can see the ” codes ” folder

Put the SD on your Wii and run The Homebrew channel, then the Ocarina program ( notice: while doing this you MUSTN’T have got gamecube memory cards on your wii )

Put Super smash bros Brawl in your Wii and then press A on your wiimote, after that… enjoy the fun.

If you want to delete the codes or change them, delete the codes folder from the SD card and then star again with the program codemgr

versione ITALIANA: http://it.youtube.com/watch?v=MFXObD9…

Tutorial by:
FrankyDThanatos


NSMB wii Super Skills Luigi the Loogie!

November 17, 2009

Just something cool i thought i would record and share with you an innovative fun little unlockable i enjoy in the wii version this is called a “super skill” watch the luigi in awe!


Drawn To Life Black Mage Character

November 6, 2009

I drew VIVI from Final Fantasy To Life! lol

 

This is my first day with the game Drawn To Life on the Nintendo Wii and Naturally The First Character  Wanted To Draw Was The Black Mage ViVi Hope you guys enjoy the vid 😛


79675 Kick Ass TVuplayer TV Live Streaming

October 26, 2009

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BASE WAD DATABASE BACKUP

October 26, 2009
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These bases DO NOT contain the .dol or game data that they originally came from. They DO contain a dummy .dol so they can be packed into a wad and edited with WADder.

Extra Wii Disc wads here: http://www.mediafire.com/troa11

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Legal WADs

Name Author Video Download Comments
Backup Channel Edselink Here Here Icon: DVD-R with reflection and traces going from one side to the other and spinning. Banner: Complex, see video.
GeckoOs Davi92 & DJSim1 [ Here] Here Icon: . Banner: .
Static Base CountZero Here Here Icon: Single static image. Banner: Single static image.
UniiLoader Davi92 & DJSim1 [ Here] Here Icon: . Banner: .
WADder Base1 CountZero Here Here Icon: static background image, logo constantly zooms in and out. Banner: static background image, logo constantly zooms in and out.
WADder Base2 CountZero Here Here Icon: static background image, logo constantly rocks side-to-side. Banner: static background image, logo constantly rocks side-to-side.
WADder Base3 CountZero Here Here Icon: static background image, logo constantly zooms in and out & rocks side-to-side. Banner: static background image, logo constantly zooms in and out & rocks side-to-side.
Wii64 CountZero Here Here Icon: two static images that fade between each other constantly. Banner: 28 frame animation, background made by 1px wide image repeated.
WiiSX Full CountZero Here Here Icon: complex animation see video link. Banner: complex animation see video link.
WiiSX Retro CountZero Here Here Icon: three static images that fade between each other constantly. Banner: complex animation see video link.
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WiiWare

Name Type Video Download Comments
5 Spots Party WiiWare Here Here Icon: static background image, logo slides in from left pauses at centre then drops off bottom then drops in from top pauses at centre then slides off to right, repeat. Banner: static background image, logo slides in from left to centre and pulses, pauses for a second or so then spins off to right, repeat, Ninty logo bottom left.
Actionloop Twist WiiWare Here Here Icon: white background, two constantly rotating concentric circles of images, static logo on top. Banner: white background, two constantly rotating concentric circles of images, static logo on top, logos in top corners, legal text in bottom right.
Adventure Island: The Beginning WiiWare Here Here Icon: static vignette background with constantly scrolling right to left cloud image, image of egg scrolls down from top, image of axe scrolls in from left and breaks egg, logo zooms out of centre, pause for 10 seconds then fade out, repeat. Banner: complex animation see video link, Ninty logo top left, various logos and text across bottom.
Alien Crush Returns WiiWare Here Here Icon: static background with two constantly scrolling (in opposite directions) semi-transparent images on top, static logo on top of all. Banner: constantly scrolling bottom to top background, two semi-transparent images constantly scroll horizontally in opposite directions, static logo on top, various logos and ESRB text at bottom.
Art Style – CUBELLO WiiWare Here Here Icon: static image on white background. Banner: complex animation see video link.
Art Style – ORBIENT WiiWare Here Here Icon: static image on white background. Banner: complex animation see video link, repeats.
Art Style – ROTOHEX WiiWare Here Here Icon: static image on white background. Banner: complex animation see video link.
Big Kahuna Party WiiWare Here Here Icon: static logo on blue background, fades out, image scrolls past right to left followed by logo, fade out, repeat. Banner: blue vignette background, developer logo fades in, “Presents…” fades in underneath, both fade out as image scrolls in from right, logo scrolls up from bottom, various fish images scroll past from either side, logo scrolls up, repeat, Licensed by and ESRB text across bottom.
Bit Boy WiiWare Here Here Icon: complex animation, see video link. Banner: complex animation, see video link.
Bit.Trip Beat WiiWare Here Here Icon: black background, two images constantly fade between each other. Banner: black background, logo fades in, fades to white, pong bat scrolls up from bottom and deflects pong ball that scrolls in from right, bat scrolls down as character scrolls across from left leaving coloured bands behind, fade to black and repeat, constant white band on bottom with ESRB text in.
Block Breaker Deluxe WiiWare Here Here Icon: static image, white vertical band quickly scrolls from right to left every few seconds. Banner: typical gameloft banner, white background with boxed section, logo glows on a few letters then rest fades in, text bounces at bottom, logos at top, ESRB text at bottom
Boingz WiiWare Here Here Icon: constantly scrolling right to left background, static image on top, logo constantly bounces up and down. Banner: constantly scrolling right to left background, static image on top, logo constantly bounces up and down, Ninty logo and ESRB text in bottom right.
Bomberman Blast WiiWare Here Here Icon: constantly scrolling right to left background, white horizontal lines rapidly scroll past right to left, bombs rotate past right to left some explode, static logo on top. Banner: complex animation see video link, constant logo and text in bottom corners, constant ESRB panel on bottom.
Bonsai Barber WiiWare Here Here Icon: white background, animated scissors scroll past left to right, logo fades in, leaf images float down behind, repeat. Banner: all fades in from white, constantly scrolling right to left background, static logo on top, ESRB text and Ninty logo across bottom.
Brain Challenge WiiWare Here Here Icon: static background, 5 images rotate around a central image, logo and character on top. Banner: static background, 5 images rotate around a central image, logo and character on top, developer logo top left, Ninty logo and ESRB text bottom right.
Bruiser and Scratch WiiWare Here Here Icon: static vignette background, various constantly scrolling items see video link. Banner: static background with logo, 3 animated butterflies scroll past right to left repeatedly, Ninty logo top left, ESRB text bottom left.
Bubble Bobble Plus! WiiWare Here Here Icon: static starfield background, lots of bubbles constantly scrolling from bottom to top, logo zoom-fades in pauses for about 4 seconds then fades out, repeat. Banner: static starfield background, lots of bubbles constantly scrolling from bottom to top, logo zoom-fades in pauses for about 4 seconds then fades out, repeat, Ninty logo top left, ESRB text centre bottom.
Cocoto Fishing Master WiiWare Here Here Icon: static background, few bubbles slowly scroll bottom to top constantly, logo in centre gently bounces repeatedly. Banner: static background, angled transparent shapes scroll horizontally at top, bubbles scroll bottom to top, image zoom-fades on left then on right repeatedly, logo in centre with constant transparent zoom effect on top, ESRB text bottom left.
Cocoto Platform Jumper WiiWare Here Here Icon: white background, logo constantly zooms in and out. Banner: complex animation see video link, Ninty logo top left, ESRB text centre bottom.
ColorZ WiiWare Here Here Icon: static vignette background, title constantly fades in and out as 5 images scroll up from bottom to top. Banner: static background, title and character image constantly bounce up and down, 6 images constantly rotate in background, Ninty logo bottom left.
Critter Round-Up WiiWare Here Here Icon: background constantly scrolls left to right, fence image constantly scrolls right to left, logo in centre. Banner: background constantly scrolls left to right, fence image constantly scrolls right to left, 2nd fence constantly scrolls left to right, logo in centre-top, ESRB text centre-bottom.
Crystal Defenders R1 WiiWare Here Here Icon: static vignette background, logo zooms in, crystal fades in behind logo, highlight scrolls across logo left to right, pause about 6 seconds then fade out, repeat. Banner: very complex character animation see video link, Ninty logo top left, ESRB text top right.
Crystal Defenders R2 WiiWare Here Here Icon: static vignette background, logo zooms in, crystal fades in behind logo, highlight scrolls across logo left to right, pause about 6 seconds then fade out, repeat. Banner: very complex character animation see video link, Ninty logo top left, ESRB text top right.
CueSports – Pool Revolution WiiWare Here Here Icon: static background, semi-transparent outline pool balls rotate and scroll across constantly, static logo on top. Banner: static background, semi-transparent outline pool balls rotate and scroll across constantly, static logo on top, Ninty and Hudson logo centre bottom, ESRB text in vignette panel on bottom.
Defend Your Castle WiiWare Here Here Icon: white background, animated developer logo fades in, fade to static image with semi-transparent clouds scrolling across left to right, logo fades in on top, pause a while then fade to white and repeat. Banner: static background, various cloud images constantly scroll past at different speeds from left to right, dev logo game logo and castle on top, game logo has perspective shadow, Ninty and ESRB text bottom left.
Dr. Mario Online Rx WiiWare Here Here Icon: static background, 3 characters on top that constantly move up and down. Banner: static background and logo, 3 characters repeatedly bounce up and down, Mario on top blinks every 4 seconds or so, Ninty logo top left, developer logo bottom right, ESRB text top right.
Equilibrio WiiWare Here Here Icon: static background, logo in centre rocks side-to-side every 3 seconds or so. Banner: static background, static logo, Ninty logo top left, ESRB text top right.
Evasive Space WiiWare Here Here Icon: static background and logo, small light pulses chase round logo every few seconds. Banner: static background, white logo on top fades into full colour, small highlights scroll round logo, then flash a few times and fade back to white logo, repeat, Ninty logo top right, ESRB text across bottom.
Family Friends Party WiiWare Here Here Icon: static vignette background, logo scrolls in from left, pauses then scrolls down, then scrolls down from top, pauses and scrolls off to right, repeat. Banner: Static vignette background, logo zooms in from centre, then bounces up and down every few seconds 10 times, then scrolls up, repeat, Ninty logo bottom left, ESRB text bottom right.
Family Glide Hockey WiiWare Here Here Icon: constantly scrolling background right to left, logo on top stretches vertically every 5 seconds or so. Banner: constantly scrolling background right to left, sunbeam highlight in top right corner, static logo on top with highlights that fade in and out repeatedly, Ninty logo top left, ESRB text bottom right on semi-transparent white panel that goes right across bottom.
Family Pirate Party WiiWare Here Here Icon: constantly scrolling background right to left, logo on top stretches vertically every 5 seconds or so. Banner: constantly scrolling background right to left, panels at top and bottom, static logo on top with highlights that fade in and out repeatedly, Ninty logo top left, ESRB text centred across bottom.
Family Table Tennis WiiWare Here Here Icon: constantly quick scrolling background left to right, logo on top zooms in and out every 5 seconds or so. Banner: constantly quick scrolling background left to right, panels at top and bottom, static logo in centre, Licensed by Nintendo text in bottom left, ESRB text in bottom right.
Final Fantasy IV: The After Years WiiWare Here Here Icon: white background, logo fades in and pauses a few seconds, 5 small characters fade in at bottom and pause a few seconds, all fade out, repeat. Banner: static white background with planets image, logo fades in on top and pauses for about 6 seconds then fades out, Ninty logo top left, developer and ESRB centred across bottom.
Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a Dark Lord WiiWare Here Here Icon: static vignette background, soft firework light effect scrolls up every few seconds, static logo on top. Banner: black background, highlight and soft firework effect scrolls across from left to right revealing logo and now vignette background, highlight quickly scrolls across logo every 4 seconds or so, Licensed by Nintendo text at top left, developer text across bottom centre.
Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King WiiWare Here Here Icon: static vignette background, soft firework light effect scrolls up every few seconds, static logo on top. Banner: black background, highlight and soft firework effect scrolls across from left to right revealing logo and now vignette background, highlight quickly scrolls across logo every 4 seconds or so, Licensed by Nintendo text at top centre, developer and ESRB text across bottom centre.
Fish’em All! WiiWare Here Here Icon: static vignette background, logo bounces up and down repeatedly. Banner: static vignette background, logo constantly bounces up and down with shadows underneath that fade in and out, Ninty logo top left, ESRB text bottom left.
Fun! Fun! Minigolf! WiiWare Here Here Icon: constantly scrolling background right to left, logo and edges of trees on top. Banner: two constantly scrolling backgrounds right to left at different speeds, white shape of logo zooms in then fades to full colour, image of airship scrolls past right to left at top slowly, image of plane trailing banner scrolls right to left quickly, Ninty logo centred at bottom.
Gradius Rebirth WiiWare Here Here Icon: black background, static logo on top pauses for about 6 seconds then fades to overall image, pauses for 2 seconds then fades back to logo, repeat. Banner: static background image, static logo on top, Ninty logo top left, ESRB text top centre to right.
Groovin’ Blocks WiiWare Here Here Icon: constantly scrolling background right to left, 3 different images repeatedly slowly scroll down from top to bottom, static logo on top. Banner: static background image with static logo on top, ESRB text in bottom right.
Gyrostarr WiiWare Here Here Icon: static background, constantly rotating thin lines like radar sweep, logo constantly pulses in and out whilst fading in and out. Banner: static background image, constantly rotating thin lines like radar sweep, various size logos scroll past in both directions some semi-transparent, ESRB text across bottom.
Helix WiiWare Here Here Icon: constantly spinning background clockwise, static logo on top. Banner: constantly rotating background clockwise, static logo in centre with developer logo above and some text below, ESRB and Licensed by Nintendo text centred on bottom.
Heracles Chariot Racing WiiWare Here Here Icon: static background image, title constantly zooms in and out. Banner: static background image, title zooms in and out as two-part title slides in from both sides, pause, then slide out again, repeat, Ninty logo bottom right.
High Voltage Hot Rod Show WiiWare Here Here Icon: static background image, logo constantly zooms in and out. Banner: static background image, logo constantly pulses in centre, ESRB text centred across bottom.
Hockey All-Star Shootout WiiWare Here Here Icon: static background image, logo in centre with constant flame animation. Banner: static background image, logo in centre with constant flame animation, Ninty logo bottom left, ESRB text bottom right.
Home Sweet Home WiiWare Here Here Icon: constantly scrolling background top right to bottom left, logo fade-zooms in on top pauses for 7 seconds or so then fades out for four seconds, repeat. Banner: complex animation see video link, Ninty logo and ESRB text in bottom left.
Icarian/NyxQuest WiiWare Here Here Icon: Static background with constantly rotating circular image, logo on top constantly zooms in and out. Banner: Static background with constantly rotating circular image, logo on top constantly zooms in and out, Ninty and publisher logo bottom centre.
Jungle Speed WiiWare Here Here Icon: static background image, logo constantly rocks left and right. Banner: static background image, logo constantly bounces up and down in centre with black drop shadow, ESRB text bottom left, Ninty logo bottom right.
Karate Phants: Gloves of Glory WiiWare Here Here Icon: Static background image, two characters at bottom, logo at top constantly zooms in and out. Banner: Static background vignette with static logo on top, Ninty logo top left.
Let’s Catch WiiWare Here Here Icon: Static background image, logo on top with white circle image which every few seconds zooms out whilst fading, repeat. Banner: Constantly scrolling bottom left to top right background, multi-part logo fades in on top, Ninty logo top left, various publisher logos bottom right.
LIT WiiWare Here Here Icon: black background, white logo on top slowly revealed by scrolling highlight like a torch beam, flickers a few times, repeat. Banner: black background, various images zoom-fade in, logos and ESRB text do same in all corners except bottom left, pauses for about 12 seconds then fade to black, repeat.
LONPOS WiiWare Here Here Icon: static image pauses for a few seconds then fades into 2nd static image pauses for a few seconds then repeat. Banner: static backround image with white border at top, semi-transparent titles constantly scroll from right to centre, Ninty and various developer logos at top left, ESRB text at bottom left.
LostWinds WiiWare Here Here Icon: static background with logo on top, small image scrolls past constantly in four different patterns of movement. Banner: constantly scrolling background right to left, static logo in centre, developer logo in top left, Licensed by Nintendo text in top right, ESRB text in bottom right.
Maboshi’s Arcade WiiWare Here Here Icon: static background, logo on top, after about 4 seconds logo fades out as 3 images scroll up from bottom and stop in centre, after about 4 seconds they zoom-fade out and logo fades back in, repeat. Banner: static background, various images zoom and scroll in to make logo, pause about 8 seconds then fade out, repeat, Ninty logo top left, ESRB text bottom right.
MadStone WiiWare Here Here Icon: constantly scrolling background right to left, title in centre pauses then scroll-fades down as image zoom-fades in to centre, pauses then 2nd image zoom-fades in as 1st zoom-fades out, pauses then zoom-fades out as logo scroll-fades down from top, repeat. Banner: constantly scrolling star background on top of static vignette, logo constantly zooms in and out, ESRB text top right, Licensed by Nintendo text bottom left, developer logo bottom right.
Magnetica Twist WiiWare Here Here Icon: white background, two constantly rotating concentric circles of images, static logo on top. Banner: white background, two constantly rotating concentric circles of images, static logo on top with small diamonds that constantly pulse in turn, logos in top corners, legal text and ESRB text in bottom right.
Major League Eating: The Game WiiWare Here Here Icon: static background image, logo constantly rocks side-to-side whilst zooming in and out. Banner: static background image, horizontal shapes constantly scroll past in both directions, logo in centre constantly rocking side-to-side whilst zooming in and out quickly, ESRB text centred at bottom.
Mega Man 9 WiiWare Here Here Icon: black background, logo in centre pulses then fades out to character animation (see video link) then fade to black, repeat. Banner: static background image, logo scrolls in from left, character scrolls down from top behind logo then constantly bounces up and down, developer logo top left, Licensed by Nintendo and ESRB text bottom left.
Midnight Bowling WiiWare Here Here Icon: static vignette background, logo on top constantly rocks side-to-side. Banner: black shape with white border (typical gameloft) logo at top left pulses with neon glow then image fades into black shape then 2nd image fades in on top, gameloft logo top right, Licensed by Nintendo and ESRB text bottom right.
Midnight Pool WiiWare Here Here Icon: static background with logo, constantly pulses with colour for neon effect. Banner: static background image, logo constantly pulses with colour for neon effect, Licensed by Nintendo text top left, developer logo bottom left, ESRB text in semi-transparent box in bottom left.
My Aquarium WiiWare Here Here Icon: static background image with logo, image of fish constantly scrolls past right to left every few seconds. Banner: static background image, small bubbles scroll up from bottom fading out as they near top, logo in centre, developer logo bottom left, legal text bottom right.
My Pokemon Ranch WiiWare Here Here Icon: white background, 7 character images constantly rock side-to-side, static logo on top. Banner: white background, faint scrolling and rotating images in background, 9 character images drop in from top as they land animated smoke clouds then change to secondary images, static logo, logos in top corners, legal and ESRB text across bottom.
Niki – Rock ‘n’ Ball WiiWare Here Here Icon: static background image, 1st image in centre constantly scrolls up and down whilst rocking side to side, 2nd image rotate-scrolls across on top of 1st image at bottom right to left, 1st image glows red, then after a few seconds rotate-bounces across behind 1st image left to right, repeat. Banner: static background image, logo in centre constantly rocks side-to-side, developer logo appears in bottom left, two character images rotate-scroll along bottom as 2nd image passes developer logo it rotate-zooms towards viewer fading out as it does so, Ninty logo top left, ESRB text top centre.
Onslaught WiiWare Here Here Icon: black background with static, character image fades in and slowly zoom-bounces in to mimic walking closer, logo fades in on top, pauses then fades out, fade to static, repeat. Banner: static background image with constantly scrolling down semi-transparent image to give smoke effect, logo in centre, various logos and text across bottom.
Party Fun Pirate WiiWare Here Here Icon: static background image, logo bounces up and down repeatedly. Banner: static background image and logo, Ninty logo top left, ESRB text across bottom.
Penguins & Friends – Hey! That’s My Fish! WiiWare Here Here Icon: static background image, logo scrolls in from left then scrolls out to bottom, then scrolls in from top and out to right, repeat. Banner: static background image, logo zooms in from centre then slowly bounces up and down a few times before scrolling off to the top, Ninty logo bottom left, ESRB text bottom right.
Pirates – The Key Of Dreams WiiWare Here Here Icon: static background image that constantly fades in and out of black. Banner: static image, Licensed by Nintendo text top left, ESRB text bottom left.
Pit Crew Panic WiiWare Here Here Icon: static background image with vignette, logo fast scrolls in from right, stretches horizontally about 16 times then fast scrolls out to left. Banner: constantly scrolling background bottom right to top left on top of vignette background, static logo in centre, various logos and text across bottom.
PLaeTTCHEN – Twist ‘n’ Paint WiiWare Here Here Icon: static background image, constantly slow rotating planet image on right, image on left that constantly scrolls in and out with another image on top rotating. Banner: static background image, logo zooms in to top with ESRB text above and Licensed by Nintendo text below, planet image constantly rotates bottom centre, developer logo bottom left, rotating image bottom right, image scrolls across from left to right, after a long pause repeat.
Planet Pachinko WiiWare Here Here Icon: constantly scrolling background top to bottom but moving side-to-side as it does so, static logo on top. Banner: constantly scrolling background top to bottom but moving side-to-side as it does so, static logo on top, developer logo top left, ESRB text bottom left, Ninty logo bottom right.
Pong Toss – Frat Party Games WiiWare Here Here Icon: constantly slow rotating background image, logo fast scrolls in from left, then slowly scrolls side to side before fast scrolling off to right. Banner: constantly rotating background image, static logo in centre, developer logo top left, Ninty logo top right, ESRB text centred at bottom.
Pop WiiWare Here Here Icon: static vignette background, static logo in centre, various bubble images constantly scroll up from bottom. Banner: static vignette background, static logo in centre, various bubble images constantly scroll up from bottom, logos and text in all corners.
Pop-Up Pirate WiiWare Here Here Icon: Static background image, logo constantly bounces up and down. Banner: Static background image, static logo on top, Ninty logo top left, Publisher logo bottom right.
Pop ‘Em Drop ‘Em Samegame WiiWare Here Here Icon: constantly scrolling background bottom right to top left, static logo with semi-transparent shadow. Banner: constantly scrolling background bottom right to top left, title images zoom in one at a time then further title image zooms in above, various logos and text across bottom.
Potpourrii WiiWare Here Here Icon: white background, logo zooms in and pulses, pause 3 seconds then fade out, repeat. Banner: white background, static background image fades in, logo in centre constantly bounces up and down, small image of leaf scrolls down each side in turn, boxed ESRB text in centre bottom.
Project Bang! WiiWare Here Here Icon: static blue background, semi-transparent image on top that zooms out every 5 seconds or so, logo constantly rocks from side-to-side and zooms in and out.. Banner: static background image, logo zooms in and stops with a ripple/shockwave effect over the background, scrolling highlight over logo every few seconds.
Protothea WiiWare Here Here Icon: black background, two vertically scrolling starfields (diff speeds for parallax effect) fade in, logo fades in then logo type zooms in and all flashes white, pause 6 seconds then fade to black, repeat. Banner: black background, static background image and two vertically scrolling starfields (diff speeds for parallax effect) fade in, logo fades in then logo type zooms in and all flashes white, pause 6 seconds then fade to black, repeat, ESRB text bottom left, Licensed by Nintendo text bottom right.
Puzzle Bobble Plus WiiWare Here Here Icon: Static background image, logo zooms in from centre, pauses for approx 2 seconds then zooms back in to centre, repeat. Banner: Static background image, logo constantly zooms in and out whilst rocking side-to-side and moving to both sides.
Rainbow Islands: Towering Adventure WiiWare Here Here Icon: Static background image, logo on top fades in and stretches vertically to correct size, pauses for approx 5 seconds then squashes horizontally to thin line and fades out, repeat. Banner: static background image with static logo on top, Ninty logo top left.
Sandy Beach WiiWare Here Here Icon: vignette background, constantly scrolling left to right cloud images, logo on top. Banner: static vignette background, cloud images constantly scroll by left to right, poor quality static logo in centre, ESRB text just underneath it.
Silver Star Chess WiiWare Here Here Icon: black background with vertical lines at each side, chessboard squares appear, then logo scrolls in, logo pulses 5 times then all fade out, repeat. Banner: black background, three constantly scrolling starfield images right to left (diff speeds for parallax effect), static logo in centre occasional highlight scrolls across left to right, Ninty logo top left, ESRB text centre bottom.
Snowboard Riot WiiWare Here Here Icon: static background image, logo on top constantly pulses highlight. Banner: black background, 4 images scroll in from different sides, logo text fades in, snowboarder image scrolls up and screen flashes white, logo then slowly pulses with white highlight, various developer logos/legal text across bottom.
Space Invaders: Get Even WiiWare Here Here Icon: static background image, logo zooms in, pause for about 2 seconds then repeat. Banner: static background image, static logo in centre, occasionally zoom-pulses, line of animated characters constantly scroll by at top and bottom, Ninty logo centred above game logo, ESRB text centred below game logo.
Spogs Racing WiiWare Here Here Icon: white background, fades to constantly fast-scrolling background right to left, static logo at top, constantly scrolling side-to-side image of wheel, background fades to white, repeat. Banner: static background image, ESRB text centred across bottom.
Star Soldier R WiiWare Here Here Icon: static background image, logo zooms in letter at a time in black, quick pulse and logo is in colour pause a couple of seconds and logo glows then R becomes colour, pause a few seconds then logo fades to background image, repeat. Banner: static background image fades in, logo zooms in letter at a time in black, quick pulse and logo is in colour pause a couple of seconds and logo glows then R becomes colour, thin white outline shapes constantly scrolling on background image, various developer logos and legal text across bottom, ESRB text in semi-transparent black box across bottom of screen.
Strong Bad Episode 1 – Homestar Ruiner WiiWare Here Here Icon: constantly scrolling left to right background, image on top with title, character constantly zooming in and out whilst rocking side-to-side. Banner: complex animation see video link, ESRB text in semi-transparent black box across bottom of screen.
Strong Bad Episode 2 – Strong Badia the Free WiiWare Here Here Icon: constantly scrolling left to right background, image on top with title, character constantly bouncing up and down whilst image of spoon bounces and rotates. Banner: complex animation see video link, ESRB text in semi-transparent black box across bottom of screen.
Strong Bad Episode 3 – Baddest of the Bands WiiWare Here Here Icon: constantly scrolling left to right background, image on top with title, character constantly bouncing left to right. Banner: complex animation see video link, ESRB text in semi-transparent black box across bottom of screen.
Strong Bad Episode 4 – Dangeresque 3 WiiWare Here Here Icon: constantly scrolling left to right background, image on top with title, character constantly flipping left and right. Banner: complex animation see video link, ESRB text in semi-transparent black box across bottom of screen.
Strong Bad Episode 5 – 8-Bit is Enough WiiWare Here Here Icon: constantly scrolling left to right background, image on top with title, character constantly scrolling from right to left then flame animation then scrolling back to right. Banner: complex animation see video link, ESRB text in semi-transparent black box across bottom of screen.
Sudoku Challenge WiiWare Here Here Icon: static background image, logo slowly zooms in and out while images of numbers constantly zoom out from centre. Banner: static background image, logo letters zoom-fade in then bottom part pulses in with a flash of white, top part of logo then constantly zooms in and out whilst images of numbers zoom out from centre, ESRB text bottom left, developer and Nintendo logo bottom right.
Swords & Soldiers WiiWare Here Here Icon: Static vignette background, logo in centre pulses then character slides in from bottom right pauses then slides out, same thing but character from bottom left, same thing but character from top, repeat sequence. Banner: Static background with clouds, image of shield on top, title fades in and shield pulses, image of axe hits top and shield pulses, images of spear and throwing star hit bottom of shield and it pulses, sunburst highlight appears behind shield and slowly rotates side-to-side, all slowly bounce up and down as various highlights fade in and out on top this part loops, Ninty logo in bottom right.
Target Toss Pro Bags WiiWare Here Here Icon: static image. Banner: static background image, highlight scrolls around outer logo then pulses on logo text, image of bag scrolls in from right and logo text quickly bounces, pause for about 12 seconds then repeat.
Tetris Party WiiWare Here Here Icon: static vignette background with part of logo on top, 2nd part of logo constantly zooms in and out. Banner: static blue background, semi-transparent images of tetris blocks constantly scroll in lines up and down screen rotating 45 degrees every few seconds, various parts of logo scroll and fade in, various text and logos across bottom.
Texas Hold’em Tournament WiiWare Here Here Icon: static background image, 3 card images on top constantly scroll/rotate to right then to left, static logo text on top of all. Banner: constantly scrolling left to right background, static logo on top, developer logo ESRB text and Ninty logo in semi-transparent vignetted panel across bottom.
The Incredible Maze WiiWare Here Here Icon: static background image, logo with zoom-eefect constantly zooms in and out, image of ball constantly scrolls down from top on left then on right, repeat. Banner: static background image, logo zoom-fades in then slowly pulses, images of ball constantly scroll down screen, ESRB text bottom left, developer and Ninty logo bottom right.
Tiki Towers WiiWare Here Here Icon: static background image, logo constantly bouncing up and down and rocking side-to-side. Banner: static background image, image of monkey on framework constantly rocks left to right, head rocks slightly, arm rocks quickly as it nears image of banana, static logo on top, ESRB text and Ninty logo across bottom.
Toki Tori WiiWare Here Here Icon: constantly scrolling right to left background image, logo constantly bouncing up and down then every 4 seconds or so quickly rocks side-to-side. Banner: constantly scrolling parallax background images, logo constantly bounces up and down and rocks side-to-side every few seconds, character image scroll-bounces across from left to right, pause then back right to left, ESRB text bottom right.
TV Show King WiiWare Here Here Icon: static background image, logo constantly rocks side-to-side. Banner: typical gameloft banner with bordered picture and logos out side, logo zooms in then constantly rocks side-to-side with small highlights zooming in and out around it.
V.I.P. Casino: Blackjack WiiWare Here Here Icon: static background image with partial logo, other part of logo constantly zooms in and out and occasionally flickers. Banner: static background image with partial logo, other part of logo constantly zooms in and out and occasionally flickers, ESRB text centred across bottom.
Water Warfare WiiWare Here Here Icon: Static background image, logo drops in from top and bounces, pause for approx 5 seconds then fade out and repeat. Banner: Static background with overlayed shapes that move slightly, four images at bottom that constantly move side-to-side slightly, static logo on top, Ninty & Publisher logos across bottom.
Wild West Guns WiiWare Here Here Icon: static background image, logo zoom-fades in, small explosions round logo and flashes of white for a few seconds then logo zoom-fades out, repeat. Banner: complex animation see video link, constant Licensed by Nintendo text in box at bottom left.
World of Goo WiiWare Here Here Icon: black background, constantly rotating semi-transparent sunburst, faster rotating image in centre zoom-fades out every few seconds then back in again, logo on top constantly zooms in and out. Banner: static background image, two-part logo that constantly zooms in and out whilst fading in and out, text in all corners except top left.
Yummy Yummy – Cooking Jam WiiWare Here Here Icon: static background image, logo constantly bounces up and down whilst fading in and out. Banner: static background image, various animated elements see video link, ESRB text across bottom.
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Wii Game Discs

Name Type Video Download Comments
AMF Bowling PinBusters-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: white background, logo fades in and out 6 times, background turns blue and logo rocks side-to-side a few times before background fades to white, repeat. Banner: blue background, white blends at bottom, red lines and logo slide in, logo begins to slowly zoom and rock whilst small images fall and rotate from the top of the screen, repeat.
Animal Crossing Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: complex animation see video file. Banner: extremely complex animation see video file.
Balls Of Fury-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static image, pulses light to dark. Banner: static image with animated flames.
Ben 10 Alien Force-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: black background, logo stretches top to bottom then left to right, repeat. Banner: static image.
Big Brain Academy-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: complex animation see video link. Banner: complex animation see video link.
Blast Works-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here
Bolt-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static background, logo image in centre pulses with white highlight every 6 or so seconds. Banner: background zooms and slides, semi-transparent image slides across, main logo rocks side-to-side pulses with highlight and slowly stops, repeat.
Bomberman Land-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static background image, colour overlay that fades through different colours, logo constantly bounces in front. Banner: complex animation see video link.
Boom Blox-NTSC Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: white background, image zooms in and pulses around 12 times before zooming out again, repeat. Banner: background image constantly scrolls from left to right, logo gently bounces revealing sunburst behind through gap in logo, flare on top as sunburst is revealed, static text above logo.
Boom Blox Bash Party-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here
Call of Duty World at War-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here
Carnival Games-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static background, 6 small stars constantly rotate, character slowly rocks side-to-side, logo on top slowly rocks side-to-side. Banner: static image.
Cars: Mater National Championship-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static background, logo zooms away whilst fading into another pic, total of three pics. Banner: static background with changing centre pic, total of six pics.
CID The Dummy-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here
Cooking Mama-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static background, logo pops up in centre and starts to pulse, two rotating highlights fade in and out, 4 images bounce up whilst spinning from the bottom and drop back down again this happens 3 times, repeat. Banner: static background, 12 images rotate in, logo pops up on top.
Cooking Mama 2-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static background image, logo bounces up and down twice with rotating stars around it, curtain images slide in from both sides then back out again, repeat. Banner: complex animation see video link.
Crash Of The Titans-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here
CSI Hard Evidence-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here
De Blob-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static background image, logo slowly zooms in and out, then pulses quickly, repeat. Banner: static background image, two-part logo quickly zooms in, then constant slow zoom in and out.
Deadly Creatures Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: black background, images constantly fade in and out. Banner: static background image, logo top left fades in and out constantly, same logo scrolls past right to left semi-transparent, part of background pulses as logo passes.
Destroy All humans Big Willy Unleashed-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here
Diabolik: The Original Sin Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static image that constantly fades in and out slightly. Banner: static image with constant “rain” effect on top, Ninty logo in top left.
Disaster Day of Crisis-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here
Doctor Who Top Trumps-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here
Donkey Kong Jet Race-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: background scrolls up then pans right, pic & logo zoom in then slowly move about then all zoom out. Banner: background scrolls bottom right to top left, logo zooms from left then pulses, pics scroll by from left, then logo zooms off to right.
Donkey Kong Jungle Beat Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static background, logo zooms in from centre, then pulses once, repeat. Banner: static background, logo pulses and stretches in centre small then zooms in to full size, then slowly pulses repeatedly, Ninty logo top left.
Dora Saves the Snow Princess Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static background, image constantly rocks side-to-side on top. Banner: static background image, image on right constantly rocks side-to-side.
EA Sports Active-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here
Emergency Heroes-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here
Endless Ocean-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here
Excite Truck-NTSC Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: background image constantly scrolls right to left, logo on top with constant rotating highlight, pulses every 8 seconds. Banner: complex animation see video link.
Fast Food Panic Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static image, thin horizontal highlights fade in and out above and below logo repeatedly . Banner: static image, faint semi-transparent background constantly scrolling left to right, Ninty logo top left.
Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles Echoes of Time Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: white background, image fades in and out constantly, static logo on top. Banner: static image, Ninty logo top left.
Game Party-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: logo drops in from above and wobbles, then pulses with brightness 5 times before dropping out. Banner: large static logo that repeatedly pulses with brightness.
Geometry Wars Galaxies-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static background and logo, occasional shapes scroll past. Banner: static background, logo at top with two spinning highlights, pic at bottom fades to second pic.
Ghostbusters The Video Game-NTSC Wii Game Disc Here Here
Ghost Squad-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static background, parts of logo slide in from both sides then pulse white, repeat. Banner: static background, characters slide in from right, more characters and logo zoom in from front, logo pulses once, light fades in and out in top right.
Guitar Hero World Tour Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static background image, two-part logo constantly bounces up and down. Banner: complex animation see video link.
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static background image, logo slowly zooms in and out constantly. Banner: static image.
Hasbro Family Game Night-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static vignette background, 3 images drop from top to bottom, bubbles slide from bottom to top, 3 images slide across from left to right, repeat. Banner: static image.
House of the Dead Overkill-NTSC Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: a few static images that quickly change to give impression of old jumpy film. Banner: a few static images that quickly change to give impression of old jumpy film.
Indiana Jones and the Staff of Kings-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here
Iron Man-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: white background, logo constantly slow-zooms in and out. Banner: background image constantly slow-zooms in and out, logo on top constantly slow-zooms in and out opposite direction to background.
Jumper: Griffins Story-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static background image with constantly right-to-left sliding semi-transparent image on top of it, logo fast zooms in from left pauses for 2 seconds then fast zooms out to right, repeat. Banner: static background image with constantly right-to-left sliding semi-transparent image on top of it, logo in centre constantly pulses.
LEGO Batman The Videogame-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here
LEGO Indiana Jones-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here
Lego Star Wars the Complete Saga-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: black background, image slowly zooms forward and backward constantly. Banner: black background, static logo top left with constantly sliding highlights on STAR WARS type, line of images scroll past on bottom repeatedly, character slides in from right pauses for 6 seconds then slides out to right, repeat.
Lets Tap-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here
Links Crossbow Training-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here
Mad Dog McCree Gunslinger Pack-NTSC Wii Game Disc Here Here
MadWorld Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: constantly moving “tv static” background, horizontal white line moves top to bottom repeatedly, static logo on top. Banner: black background, static logo in centre, horizontal white line scrolls down screen constantly, Ninty logo top left.
Manhunt 2-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: black background, logo stutters and semi-transparent versions pulse constantly. Banner: black background, logo stutters and semi-transparent versions pulse constantly.
Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Games-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static background with small highlights quickly scrolling up, images on top with pulsing flares. Banner: background image fades in, main logo zooms in on top, small highlights constantly fade in and rotate on logo.
Mario Kart Wii-NTSC Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: complex animation, see video link. Banner: white background, blue circle zooms in and pulses to reveal static background and logo on top, lines of images top and bottom scroll past in opposite directions constantly, logo pulses, logos in bottom corners.
Mario Party 8-NTSC Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static background, small balloons constantly float upwards, spinning shield in centre, logo on top slowly bounces up and down repeatedly. Banner: two constantly scrolling backgrounds at different speeds, static borders top and bottom, various balloons constantly float upwards, rotating shield, static logo on top in centre, logos in all corners except bottom left.
Mario Strikers Charged Football-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: background image scrolls right to left, logo zooms in and pauses for 10 seconds, repeat. Banner: black background, image fades in then scrolls right to left, logo zooms in and bounces up and down slowly for 20 seconds then zooms out as background fades to black, repeat, logos top left and bottom right.
Mario Power Tennis-NTSC Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: constantly scrolling bars of colour top to bottom, static logo on top. Banner: background clouds scroll right to left behind park image, semi-transparent logo bounces in from left then right, becomes opaque then again zooms in from front, logo gently zooms in and out repeatedly, 3 logos across bottom.
Marvel Ultimate Alliance-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static image. Banner: static image.
Medal of Honor: Heroes 2-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: background scrolls right to left, static logo on top. Banner: static image.
Metroid Prime 3-NTSC Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static background, logo on top with bottom part shimmering, after a few seconds fades to large image that scrolls top to bottom zooming in slightly as it reaches top, fade back to background and logo, repeat. Banner: plain black background, planet image fades in, constant overlayed ripple effect on planet, logo fades in on top and bottom part shimmers constantly, logos in bottom corners.
Monster Hunter 3 Trial Wii Game Disc Here Here Pulsing glow effect on both icon and banner logo, rolling mist on banner, widescreen banner
Monopoly-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static background, logo on top slowly zooms in and out repeatedly. Banner: static background with logo & character on top.
Movie Studios Party-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static background, outline of buildings and trees on top, searchlights constantly rock side-to-side just behind outline image. Banner: static background, outline of buildings and trees on top, searchlights constantly rock side-to-side just behind outline image, logo on top of all.
My Sims Racing-NTSC Wii Game Disc Here Here
My Sims-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here
Need For Speed Undercover-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static background image, constant twinkling lights on police cars, logo slides past right to left every few seconds. Banner: plain black background, logo in bottom right, various highlights/spotlights fade and slide just behind logo, repeats.
Nerf N Strike-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: plain black background, logo on top, image of nerf hits logo pauses 3 seconds then drops down, repeat. Banner: logo on plain black background, images of 3 nerf’s hit logo pause then drop off, NO repeat.
Night At The Museum 2-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: plain black background, logo in centre slowly bounces repeatedly. Banner: complex animation see video link, Ninty logo bottom left.
Nights: Journey of Dreams-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: black background, two images fade and slide in from top, logo fades in on top, holds for about 15secs then repeats. Banner: black background logo on top, pic fades in behind, character slides in from left with trail of stars, all except logo fade to black, then background fades in again.
Nitro Bike-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static background, logo spin-zooms in, then pulses, then spin-zooms out whilst fading. Banner: static background, logo zooms in top right and pulses, two pics zoom in on bottom, then all zoom out.
No More Heroes Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: two static images that constantly fade between each other. Banner: black background with white logo on top, fades to red and reveals background, background jumps and stutters like old film with moving black lines and occasional hair.
Offroad Extreme! Special Edition-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static background, logo slides across from right to left, repeat. Banner: static background, logo spin-zooms in on left, pauses then spin-zooms out again, repeat.
Okami Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: white background, logo slowly bounces up and down constantly. Banner: static background image, small logo fades in bottom right, after about 6 seconds fades out again, repeat.
PDC World Championship Darts 2009 Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static background, constantly rotating image of dartboard on left, logo scrolls up from bottom pauses for about 6 seconds then fades out, repeat. Banner: static background image, Ninty logo bottom centre.
Pokemon Battle Revolution-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: white background, logo slowly scrolls across right to left, image fades in and scrolls from right to left, 2nd image fades in and scrolls from left to right, repeat. Banner: white background, Ninty logo fades into centre and out again, text fades in and out again, developer logo fades in and out again, logo fades in at bottom with legal text underneath, two characters fade in behind and slowly scroll to opposite sides fade out, three characters fade in and scroll then all fades out, repeat.
Prince of Persia: Rival Swords-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: two static images that constantly fade between each other. Banner: two static images that constantly fade between each other.
Punch-Out-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static background, logo on top with white highlight that constantly pulses. Banner: static image, small flares on logo constantly rotate and pulse in turn, 3 logos on bottom.
Rayman Raving Rabbids-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static image, rolls down like fruit machine to 2nd image, rolls up to 3rd image, rolls down to 4th image, rolls up to 5th image, rolls up to first image, repeat. Banner: static background, logo top centre, two characters in bottom.
Rayman Raving Rabbids 2-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: constantly rotating background, logo on top static for about 5 seconds then quick pulse, repeat. Banner: two semi-transparent backgrounds constantly rotating in opposite directions, logo on top constantly shivers and pulses, small image passes from left to right then back from right to left, repeat.
Rayman Raving Rabbids TV Party-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static background, logo on top stretches vertical and then horizontal quickly, repeat. Banner: plain colour background, logo on top stretches vertical and then horizontal quickly, repeat.
Resident Evil 4-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static background with pulsing logo on top, pulses 11 times then quick wipe to just background, 3 bullet holes appear in background, fade to white then repeat. Banner: static background pulses, transparent texture effect scrolls across background right to left, static logo on top.
Resident Evil Umbrella Chronicles-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static background, logo fades in and out then all fade to black, repeat. Banner: background with “breathing” effect, static logo on top, legal text and dolby logo across bottom.
Rock N Roll Adventures Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static background, logo constantly zooms in and out. Banner: static background and logo, large disc spins in bottom right corner, legal text bottom left.
Rockstar Games presents Table Tennis-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: constantly scrolling background top to bottom, static logo on top. Banner: constantly scrolling background bottom to top, static logo on top.
Rune Factory Frontier Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static background, semi-transparent circular pattern rotates and bounces constantly, static logo on top. Banner: static background, semi-transparent circular pattern rotates constantly, static logo and legal text on top fades in, after a while fades to background, repeat.
Safecracker-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static background, safe dial pic rotates side-to-side constantly, main logo on top vertical highlight slides side-to-side constantly. Banner: static background, semi-transparent image slides left to right every few seconds, huge Ninty logo bottom right.
Sega Superstars Tennis-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static vignette background, constantly scrolling star pattern on top go bottom to top, static logo on top of all. Banner: static vignette background, star pattern constantly scrolls bottom right to top left, log on top bounces twice every 8 seconds or so, Sega logo bottom right, Ninty text bottom centre.
Shaun White Snowboarding: Road Trip-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: image fades in then pulses fades to second pic which pulses then repeat. Banner: static background, logo middle-right constantly pulses, constant Ninty logo bottom-centre.
Showtime Championship Boxing-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static logo pulses white repeatedly. Banner: static blend background, pulse of light in top right, letters of BOXING glow one at a time, repeat.
Skate It-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static background, skater pic on top wobbles around constantly, logo slides across bottom left to right constantly. Banner: static background, pic slides in from right and pulses, skater pic slides in from right and pulses then constantly wobbles, logo constantly slides across bottom left to right.
Sonic and the Black Knight-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static background, images appear on left side, rotating pattern on right, logo slides in, pause for a while then slide out, repeat. Banner: black background then vertical line with flashes, main sonic pic with logo scroll into bottom right, bg fades in from white, highlight rotates on sonics sword, repeat, constant Ninty logo top right.
Sonic and the Secret Rings-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: character and logo slide in from sides small highlights flare off logo, flame effect on background, pauses then slide out, repeat. Banner: small portion of image in bottom left, flare highlight then flames go across from left to right, images fade in and logo slides in from right, flame effect background.
Sonic Riders Zero Gravity-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: constantly ripple-fading background, static logo on top, thin highlights slide past top and bottom of logo. Banner: complex animation see video link.
Spider-Man: Web of Shadows-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: background scrolls past right to left constantly dak vignette on top, two images in centre constantly fade between each other, two-part logo slides in from each side then out again, repeat. Banner: constantly scrolling background with dark vignette on top, pic in front changes until all fades to static background, small pics fade in on top, repeat, static logo on top of all constantly, Ninty logo bottom left.
Spider-Man 3-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: two static images constantly fade into one another. Banner: static image.
Sports Island Wii Game Disc Here Here !!See notes at top!! Icon: logo slides in from right then slides out to left, fades to static green background with large type SPORTS ISLAND scrolling past from right to left semi-transparent, ten images zoom towards whilst background scrolls, repeat. Banner: logo fades in on right, large ring of images circles logo constantly, semi-transparent background on right, legal text bottom right, logos in top corners.
Star Wars The Clone Wars Lightsaber Duels-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: two static images one fades into other, repeat. Banner: static background, logo slides in from left and stays top left, title slides in from bottom and stays at bottom.
Star Wars The Force Unleashed-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: black background, two part logo slide-fades in from bottom, pauses, then slide-fades out to top. Banner: background scrolls up to reveal planet at bottom, two part logo slides in from top and bottom.
Super Mario Galaxy-NTSC Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static background, twinkling stars, constantly scrolling cloud effect, pulsing logo fades in, stars twinkle on logo, fades out, repeat. Banner: static background, twinkling stars, constantly scrolling cloud effect, pulsing logo fades in and slowly bounces, stars twinkle on logo, logos top left and bottom right.
Super Paper Mario Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: two constantly scrolling backgrounds right to left, logo on top rocks side-to-side. Banner: very complex animation see video link, logos in all corners except bottom left.
Super Smash Bros Brawl-NTSC Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: background scrolls right to left constantly, two-part logo slides in from sides, pulses then thin angled highlight slides across logo, two parts seperate then slide out to sides, repeat. Banner: many parts of logo zoom and slide in with sliding highlights, background constantly scrolls right to left, logos in top corners.
Taiko no Tatsujin-NTSCJ Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static background, two images on bottom bounce alternately, static logo on top. Banner: static background, three images across bottom bounce in order right to left repeatedly, static logo on top, logos in all corners except top right.
Tatsunoko VS Capcom-NTSCJ Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: constantly zooming background changes colour with circular zooming highlights, logo on top pulses repeatedly. Banner: two characters and background zoom in, logo zooms in and pulses with rippling highlight repeatedly, legal text at bottom.
Tenchu Shadow Assassins-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static image, pulses with colour repeatedly. Banner: background scrolls left to right, highlight pulses at bottom left repeatedly, logo and legal text on top, Ninty logo bottom centre.
The Incredible Hulk-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static image, highlights pulse repeatedly. Banner: static image.
The Legend of Spyro The Eternal Night-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: two static images, one fades into the other, repeat. Banner: static image.
Tiger Woods 08 Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static image, thin angled highlight slides across from left then from right, repeat. Banner: static image.
Tomb Raider Underworld-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static background, pulses with light a few times, logo appears, fade to diiferent background with same logo on top, repeat. Banner: static background, pulses with light a few times, logo appears, fade to diiferent background with same logo on top, repeat, Ninty logo on bottom centre constantly.
Transformers The Game-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static image on black background, highlight slides across image, repeat. Banner: static background with logo on bottom, highlight slides across logo, repeat.
Trauma Center New Blood-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static background, logo fades in on top, then fades out, repeat. Banner: static background, black bar appears near top, three images slide in on bar from alternate sides with text above bar sliding in from opposite directions at same time, fades to logo in centre, fades out and repeat, text at bottom constantly.
Trauma Center Second Opinion-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static image, red blur pulses twice. Banner: static background, images slide in from both sides, two semi-transparent backgrounds scroll behind main characters, all slide back out to sides leaving static background, repeat.
Trivial Pursuit-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static background, logo zooms in and out repeatedly. Banner: static background, logo zooms in and out repeatedly, logo top centre.
TV Show King Party-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static background, logo rocks side to side repeatedly. Banner: static background in round-cornered window, logo zooms in on right then rocks side-to-side repeatedly, small stars around logo pulse, logos in top corners.
Vertigo-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: background constantly scrolls right to left, logo on top fade-zooms out repeatedly. Banner: background constantly scrolls right to left, logo drops in from top then stops at bottom and fade-zooms out, Ninty logo scrolls in from right and stops at top right corner, fade-zoom on logo repeats.
Wario Land Shake It-NTSC Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: background constantly scrolls left to right, static logo on top. Banner: background constantly scrolls left to right, semi-transparent pattern above shows top and bottom, logo fades in on top, logos in all corners except bottom left.
Wario Ware Smooth Moves-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: logo pulses repeatedly. Banner: patterned background scrolls from left to right, image fades in on right, image fades in on left, logo fades in on right.
Wii Chess-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static background, pic drops in then spins into another pic which repeats for approx 11 diff iamges, then pic drops off. Banner: background scrolls bottom left to top right, static chessboard pic on top with occasional fading pieces, logo spins in on top then spins occasionally.
Wii Fit-NTSC Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static background, 3 small figures scroll from left to right, logo scrolls from left, pauses, then scrolls off to right. Banner: background fades in, logo fades in with blur-edge effect, characyer fades in at side and ripples from base, 3 layers of characters scroll alternate directions in background.
Wii Music-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static background, musical instruments scroll right to left at top, logo scrolls in from right bobbing (has reflection), pauses then rapidly scrolls to left. Banner: plain brown background, zoom-wipes to white background with circle of characters, pulses and different circles of characters zoom-fade out whilst it pulses, then zooms back in slightly and begins to rotate, logo appears on top.
Wii Play-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: small orange background at base, round icons scroll past from left to right, logo drops in from top, bobs and pulses, then zooms out. Banner: logo zooms into bottom of white background, background pic fades in, sets of round icons in two sizes scroll past left to right, logo pulses.
Wii Sports-NTSC Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: very complex, watch video. Banner: faint static background,stripes are revealed from right to left, logo slides in from left, logo & stripes pulse to white then back to colour as background is overlaid by a pattern that constantly scrolls from bottom right to top left.
X-Men Origins Wolverine-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: background constantly rotates, static logo on top. Banner: background constantly rotates, static logo on top.
Yu-Gi-Oh! Wheelie Breaker-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static background that pulses brighter then highlighted shape on top ripples out, static logo on top. Banner: static background, highlighted shape on top ripples out, static logo on top.
Zack & Wiki: Quest for Barbaros’ Treasure-PAL Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: static background, bouncing logo. Banner: static background, logo on top with fading highlight, then fade to black, then circular spotlight moves round then zooms to show full static background, logo zooms back in.
Zelda Twilight Princess-NTSC Wii Game Disc Here Here Icon: very complex, see video link. Banner: very complex, see video link.
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Downloaded Channels, Wii Game Channels & System Channels

Name Type Video Download Comments
Check Mii Out Channel/Mii Contest Channel Downloaded Channel [ Here] Here
Everybody Votes Channel Downloaded Channel [ Here] Here
Nintendo Channel Downloaded Channel [ Here] Here
Internet Channel Downloaded Channel Here Here advanced animation; exploding icon silhouettes; image colors seem to be controlled by the brlyt or brlan
Mario Kart Wii Channel Wii Game Channel [ Here] Here
WiiFit Channel Wii Game Channel [ Here] Here
Disc Channel System Channel [ Here] Here Not original Disc Channel because the Disc Channel is part of the system menu but this is wilsoff’s replicar. Its basically the same its just that the wii disc constantly spins and the GC disc is no more instead its a 35 frame image (35 different images one after the other great to show something in a 360 angle or something that spins) eg. the hard drive thats in this base wad.
Wii Speak Channel System Channel [ Here] Here
Mii Channel System Channel [ Here] Here
News Channel System Channel [ Here] Here
Weather Channel System Channel [ Here] Here
Photo Channel v1.0 System Channel [ Here] Here
Photo Channel v1.1 System Channel [ Here] Here
Shopping Channel System Channel [ Here] Here

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General Gallery

Preview Name and Author Download Video Links Awards
Eyes In The Night Eyes In The Night Any Wii Video Here Image:Original.png Image:Popular.png
Tempus 3.2 4.0
Wiid Wiid Any Wii Video Here Image:Original.png Image:PopularOff.png
buby78 3.2 4.0
Windows XP Windows XP Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:Popular.png
Jizmo 3.2 4.0
Windows XP SP 2 Windows XP SP 2 Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Jizmo 3.2 4.0
DarkWii DarkWii Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:Popular.png
Slazor 3.2 4.0
Black Pirate Theme Black Pirate Theme Any Wii Video Here Image:Original.png Image:Popular.png
BuckMcCoy 3.2 4.0
Car Theme Car Theme Any Wii Video Here Image:Original.png Image:PopularOff.png
Ether2802 3.2 4.0
Lime Lime Any Wii Video Here Image:Original.png Image:PopularOff.png
Jussipic and buby78 3.2 4.0
Psycedelic Psycedelic Any Wii Video Here Image:Original.png Image:PopularOff.png
Jizmo 3.2 4.0
Orange Orange Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Jizmo 3.2 4.0
Borderless Black Borderless Black Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Jizmo 3.2 4.0
Zombies Zombies Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Vapiai, buby78, and Vettacossx 3.2 4.0
Apple Mac OS X Leopard Apple Mac OS X Leopard Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Hbah427 3.2 4.0
Sendoworld Sendoworld Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
olive 3.2 4.0
KungFu Panda KungFu Panda Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
DVBisOK 3.2 4.0
Toxic Toons Toxic Toons Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Wii Theme Team 3.2 4.0
Elimaental Thunder and Lightning Storm Elimaental Thunder and Lightning Storm Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Wii Theme Team 3.2 4.0
Import Cars Import Cars Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Wii Theme Team 3.2 4.0
Prank Health Screen Prank Health Screen Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Aether 3.2 4.0
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Anime Gallery

Preview Name and Author Download Video Links Awards
Dragonball Z Dragonball Z Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
buby78 3.2 4.0
Gundam Wing Gundam Wing Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Symular_s 3.2 4.0
Code Geass Code Geass Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Jebscc 3.2 4.0
Gaara Of The Desert Gaara Of The Desert Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Wii Theme Team 3.2 4.0
Full Metal Alchemist Full Metal Alchemist Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Wii Theme Team 3.2 4.0
Bleach Bleach Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Wii Theme Team 3.2 4.0
Naruto Naruto Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Wii Theme Team & Wiisel 3.2 4.0
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Video Game Gallery

Preview Name and Author Download Video Links Awards
Umbrella Corp Umbrella Corp Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
symular_s 3.2 4.0
Madworld 3 Madworld 3 Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Author Unknown 3.2 4.0
Zelda Zelda Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:Popular.png
Olive 3.2 4.0
Majoras Mask Majoras Mask Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
WiiGuy and buby78 3.2 4.0
Rockband Rockband Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Jizmo 3.2 4.0
Old School Nintendo Old School Nintendo Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
ThatDudeWithTheFood 3.2 4.0
Blackmage Blackmage Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Vettacrossx and buby78 3.2 4.0
Madworld Madworld Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Author Unknown 3.2 4.0
Chrono Trigger Chrono Trigger Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Vettacrossx and buby78 3.2 4.0
Star Wars Unleashed Star Wars Unleashed Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Vettacrossx and buby78 3.2 4.0
Mario Mario Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
jebscc 3.2 4.0
Paper Mario Paper Mario Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
MonkeyJam 3.2 4.0
Metroid 1 Metroid 1 Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Olive 3.2 4.0
Princess Peach Princess Peach Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Jizmo 3.2 4.0
Twilight Link Healthscreen 1 Twilight Link Healthscreen 1 Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
LinkFan16 3.2 4.0
Pokémon Pokémon Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
EddyWally 3.2 4.0
Final Fantasy 7 Final Fantasy 7 Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Wii Theme Team 3.2 4.0
Metroid Metroid Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Wii Theme Team 3.2 4.0
Punch Out Punch Out Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Wii Theme Team 3.2 4.0
Golden Sun DS Golden Sun DS Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Wii Theme Team 3.2 4.0
Street Fighter Street Fighter Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Wii Theme Team 3.2 4.0
Super Mario RPG Super Mario RPG Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Wii Theme Team 3.2 4.0
Sonic The Hedgehog Sonic The Hedgehog Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Wii Theme Team 3.2 4.0
Halo Halo Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Wii Theme Team 3.2 4.0
Metal Slug Metal Slug Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
ThatDudeWithTheFood 3.2 4.0
Devil May Cry Devil May Cry Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Metalgear69 3.2 4.0
Kingdom Hearts Kingdom Hearts Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Wii Theme Team 3.2 4.0
Conduit Conduit Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Wii Theme Team 3.2 4.0
Metal Gear Solid Metal Gear Solid Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Metalgear69 3.2 4.0
Okami Okami Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Wii Theme Team 3.2 4.0
Mortal Kombat Mortal Kombat Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Wii Theme Team 3.2 4.0
Shadow The Hedgehog Shadow The Hedgehog Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Wii Theme Team 3.2 4.0
Luigi Luigi Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Wii Theme Team 3.2 4.0
resident evil 4 resident evil 4 Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Dubliette 3.2 4.0
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Movie Gallery

Preview Name and Author Download Video Links Awards
Matrix Matrix Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Jizmo 3.2 4.0
Matrix Reloaded Matrix Reloaded Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Jizmo 3.2 4.0
Jurassic Park Jurassic Park Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Jizmo 3.2 4.0
Jurassic Park (Alt. Version) Jurassic Park (Alt. Version) Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Jizmo 3.2 4.0
Constantine Constantine Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Wii Theme Team 3.2 4.0
Saw CSM and Bonus Usb Loader Saw CSM and Bonus Usb Loader Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Wii Theme Team 3.2 4.0
The Evil Dead The Evil Dead Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Wii Theme Team 3.2 4.0
Transformers Transformers Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Wii Theme Team 3.2 4.0
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Spawn Spawn Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Vettacrossx and buby78 3.2 4.0
Yankees Yankees Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Jizmo 3.2 4.0
Bengals Bengals Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
re.lax 3.2 4.0
Muse Muse Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Author Unknown 3.2 4.0
Dexter Dexter Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Vapiai, buby78, and Vettacossx 3.2 4.0
True Blood True Blood Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Vapiai, buby78, and Vettacossx 3.2 4.0
The Simpsons The Simpsons Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Vapiai, buby78, and Vettacossx 3.2 4.0
Stargate (Alternate Version) Stargate (Alternate Version) Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Vapiai, buby78, and Vettacossx 3.2 4.0
Gorillaz Gorillaz Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Vapiai, buby78, and Vettacossx 3.2 4.0
Spiderman Spiderman Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
diddy81 3.2 4.0
Martin Abel Martin Abel Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Wii Theme Team 3.2 4.0
Futurama Futurama Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Wii Theme Team 3.2 4.0
Family Guy Family Guy Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Wii Theme Team 3.2 4.0
Twilight Twilight Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Wii Theme Team 3.2 4.0
Doctor Who Doctor Who Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Wii Theme Team 3.2 4.0
Wolverine Wolverine Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Wii Theme Team 3.2 4.0
The Hundreds The Hundreds Any Wii Video Here Image:OriginalOff.png Image:PopularOff.png
Wii Theme Team 3.2 4.0

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June 10, 2009

WADder – WAD Downloads

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GC Backup Launcher Xi-GCBL

Creator: CountZero
Name: GC Backup Launcher Xi

Application: Gamecube Backup Launcher Xi

Title ID: GCBL

Blocks: 12

Tested by: CountZero


Click to Download WAD file!

WiiEarthBlueFINFIN-ERTH-ERTH

Creator: Wilsoff
Name: WiiEarthBlueFINFIN-ERTH

Application: WiiEarth

Title ID: ERTH

Blocks: 10

Tested by: Wilsoff


Click to Download WAD file!

Gecko OS 002 Fixed-GEOS

Creator: afif95
Name: Gecko OS 002 Fixed

Application: Gecko OS 002 Fixed

Title ID: GEOS

Blocks: 16

Tested by: afif95


Click to Download WAD file!

GeckoOS v17b-GEKO

Creator: CountZero
Name: GeckoOS v17b

Application: Gecko OS v1.7b

Title ID: GEKO

Blocks: 12

Tested by: CountZero


Click to Download WAD file!

UForwarder by Pump & Aizen-PAFU

Creator: Pump & Aizen
Name: UForwarder by Pump & Aizen

Application: Universal Forwarder

Title ID: PAFU

Blocks: 16
Blocks:

Tested by: Pump


Click to Download WAD file!

Soft It-DWMD

Creator: Zeth164
Name: Soft It

Application:

Title ID: DWMD

Blocks:

Tested by: Mikal


Click to Download WAD file!

Soft Mii-ADDEJ

Creator: Zeth164
Name: Soft Mii

Application:

Title ID: ADDEJ

Blocks: 8

Tested by: PokemonMasterMikal

No Sound Click to Download WAD file!

GeckoOS Channel-GWOC

Creator: AetherMaster
Name: GeckoOS Channel

Application: GeckoOS

Title ID: GWOC

Blocks: Unknown

Tested by: Untested


Click to Download WAD file!

Save Installer-WASI

Creator: SOI
Name: Save Installer

Application: Save Installer 2.0 Waninkoko

Title ID: WASI

Blocks: 19

Tested by: SOI


Click to Download WAD file!

Menu Patcher-LC00-LC00

Creator: Littlecubba
Name: Menu Patcher-LC00

Application: Disc Channel Menu Patcher

Title ID: LC00

Blocks: 10

Tested by: Littlecubba

No Sound Click to Download WAD file!

Gecko OS Channel-GOSC

Creator: Aegle
Name: Gecko OS Channel

Application: Gecko OS 1.07b

Title ID: GOSC

Blocks: 10

Tested by: Aegle on 3.2E

No Sound Click to Download WAD file!

NEOGEO-GXGXwad-GXGX

Creator: luck gh0st
Name: NEOGEO-GXGXwad

Application: GXGEO

Title ID: GXGX

Blocks: 9 – This is a dol forwarder for
apps
gxgeo
boot.dol

Tested by: luck gh0st

No Sound Click to Download WAD file!

Snes9x GX 403-SPNT

Creator: Boo78
Name: Snes9x GX 403

Application: Emulateur Super Nintendo

Title ID: SPNT

Blocks: 8

Tested by: Boo78


Click to Download WAD file!

TG16 Emulator-TG16

Creator: bg4m3r
iDarkchild
djdynamite123

Name: TG16 Emulator

Application: TurboGraphix16 Forwarder

Title ID: TG16

Blocks: 12-ish 😛

Tested by: bg4m3r


Click to Download WAD file!

Ocarina-9999

Creator: bg4m3r
Name: Ocarina

Application: Ocarina

Title ID: 9999

Blocks: 26

Tested by: self


Click to Download WAD file!

Super Mario War Channel-VSMW

Creator: Gamer-D
Name: Super Mario War Channel

Application: Super Mario War

Title ID: VSMW

Blocks: 36

Tested by: Gamer-D


Click to Download WAD file!

Dragon Media Player-DRMP

Creator: Taz (files by pintamicerca)
Name: Dragon Media Player

Application: Media Player

Title ID: DRMP

Blocks: Unknown

Tested by: Taz


Click to Download WAD file!

Menu Loader Clone-CLON

Creator: Iron Mask
Name: Menu Loader Clone

Application: menu loader clone.dol by Raven

Title ID: CLON

Blocks: 11

Tested by: Iron Mask


Click to Download WAD file!

DVD Dumper V12-DUMP

Creator: Taz (Waninkoko dol)
Name: DVD Dumper V12

Application: ISO Dumper

Title ID: DUMP

Blocks: unknown

Tested by: Taz


Click to Download WAD file!

Media Channel-MEDC

Creator: Vorenus
Name: Media Channel

Application: MPlayer CE V0.3.widescreen

Title ID: MEDC

Blocks: 54

Tested by: Myself


Click to Download WAD file!

Wii Earth Channel-WRTH-WRTH

Creator: Jacol Beyros
Name: Wii Earth Channel-WRTH

Application: Wii Earth 2.0

Title ID: WRTH

Blocks:

Tested by: Jacol Beyros

No Sound Click to Download WAD file!

SoftMii Tweak-SMTC

Creator: Boo78
Name: SoftMii Tweak

Application: SoftMii Tweak Channel 3.0

Title ID: SMTC

Blocks: 2,24 Mo

Tested by: Boo78


Click to Download WAD file!

eject disc-EDSC-EDSC

Creator: Yorks
Name: eject disc-EDSC

Application: Eject disc
exit to channel menu

Title ID: EDSC

Blocks: 8

Tested by: Yorks

No Sound Click to Download WAD file!

Multiboot Channel-VIIZ

Creator: Victory144
Name: Multiboot Channel

Application: Multiboot

Title ID: VIIZ

Blocks:

Tested by: Victory144


Click to Download WAD file!

AR Max Channel-

Creator: Unknow
Name: AR Max Channel

Application: Ocarina

Title ID:

Blocks:

Tested by: UgotHacked

No Sound Click to Download WAD file!

My Menuify V10-MYM1

Creator: Aegle
Name: My Menuify V10

Application: My Menuify V1.0

Title ID: MYM1

Blocks: ..

Tested by: Aegle

No Sound Click to Download WAD file!

Sega Megadrive-LC03-LC03

Creator: Littlecubba
Name: Sega Megadrive-LC03

Application: SEGA Megadrive Emulator

Title ID: LC03

Blocks: 18

Tested by: Littlecubba


Click to Download WAD file!

MPlayerCE-MP86

Creator: dEnA
Name: MPlayerCE

Application: forwarder channel to MPlayerCE

Title ID: MP86

Blocks: 22

Tested by: Me, no code dump on exit !


Click to Download WAD file!

FCE Ultra-FCEU

Creator: Jacol Beyros
Name: FCE Ultra

Application: FCE Ultra

Title ID: FCEU

Blocks:

Tested by: Jacol Beyros


Click to Download WAD file!

Gecko OS-GEKO-GEKO

Creator: Wiisel
Name: Gecko OS-GEKO

Application: Gecko OS 1.07b with 002 fix by WiiPower

Title ID: GEKO

Blocks: 23

Tested by: Wiisel


Click to Download WAD file!

sonic d5s custom mplayerwii-MPLAYERWII

Creator: sonic d5
Name: sonic d5\’s custom mplayerwii

Application: mpw

Title ID: MPLAYERWII

Blocks: unknown

Tested by: sonic d5


Click to Download WAD file!

Savegame Extractor-SGEX

Creator: AetherMaster
Name: Savegame Extractor

Application: Extract any save from your Wii

Title ID: SGEX

Blocks: Unknown

Tested by: Untested


Click to Download WAD file!

FTPii Channel-FTPI

Creator: Rebound
Name: FTPii Channel

Application: FTPii

Title ID: FTPI

Blocks:

Tested by: Rebound


Click to Download WAD file!

Homebrew Browser-HBBX

Creator: Mrkinator
Name: Homebrew Browser

Application: Download Homebrew Apps

Title ID: HBBX

Blocks: 27

Tested by: Mrkinator


Click to Download WAD file!

SoftMii Tweak-SMTW

Creator: Boo78
Name: SoftMii Tweak

Application: SoftMii Tweak

Title ID: SMTW

Blocks: 2

Tested by: Boo78


Click to Download WAD file!

Gecko OS v107b-GEOS

Creator: Duff
Name: Gecko OS v107b

Application: Gecko OS v1.07b

Title ID: GEOS

Blocks: unknown

Tested by: untested

No Sound Click to Download WAD file!

MPLAYER-MPXXwad-MPXX

Creator: luck gh0st
Name: MPLAYER-MPXXwad

Application: MPLAYER dol forwarder = apps
mplayer ce
boot.dol

Title ID: MPXX

Blocks: 30

Tested by: luck gh0st ( and Amber)


Click to Download WAD file!

Wii64-WN64

Creator: mattjd
Name: Wii64

Application: Wii64

Title ID: WN64

Blocks: 6

Tested by: mattjd


Click to Download WAD file!

Homebrew Disc Loader-HDL0wad-HDL0

Creator: duhow
Name: Homebrew Disc Loader-HDL0wad

Application: Homebrew Disc Loader

Title ID: HDL0

Blocks: 9

Tested by: duhow

No Sound Click to Download WAD file!

Animated Universal Wii Backup Loader-UWBL

Creator: bg4m3r
djdynamite123
wilsoff

Name: Animated Universal Wii Backup Loader

Application: Wii Backup Loader forwarder

Title ID: UWBL

Blocks: 12

Tested by: ME, Myself, and I


Click to Download WAD file!

MPlayer CE-MPCE-MPCE

Creator: Homelessbrian
Name: MPlayer CE-MPCE

Application: MPlayer CE

Title ID: MPCE

Blocks:

Tested by: Homelessbrian


Click to Download WAD file!

Wad Manager v13-WADM

Creator: Duff
Name: Wad Manager v13

Application: Wad Manager v1.3

Title ID: WADM

Blocks: ?

Tested by:

No Sound Click to Download WAD file!

AnyRegionChanger-ARCM

Creator: MH300 (MasterHand300)
Name: AnyRegionChanger

Application: AnyRegionChanger

Title ID: ARCM

Blocks: 9

Tested by: Me

No Sound Click to Download WAD file!

MPlayer Channel-MPCE [ANIMATED]-MPCE

Creator: Close2Insanity
Name: MPlayer Channel-MPCE [ANIMATED]

Application: MPlayer CE

Title ID: MPCE

Blocks: 29

Tested by: Close2Insanity

No Sound Click to Download WAD file!

Quit-QUIT

Creator: ToNoobIsHuman
Name: Quit

Application: Eject DVD & Shut down

Title ID: QUIT

Blocks: 12

Tested by: many

No Sound Click to Download WAD file!

WiiSnes 400-SNES

Creator: HelloForum
Name: WiiSnes 400

Application: Snes9x GX 4.0.0

Title ID: SNES

Blocks: 66

Tested by: HelloForum


Click to Download WAD file!

Sega MEGA DRIVE PLUS-MDPL

Creator: YamiMario
Name: Sega MEGA DRIVE PLUS

Application: Sega MEGA DRIVE PLUS

Title ID: MDPL

Blocks:

Tested by: YamiMario


Click to Download WAD file!

Homebrew Browser Channel-HOME

Creator: Wad by buby78, Graphics by OblivionGFX
Name: Homebrew Browser Channel

Application: Homebrew Browser

Title ID: HOME

Blocks: ??

Tested by: OblivionGFX

No Sound Click to Download WAD file!

Homebrew Broswer-HBBW

Creator: Enigma
Name: Homebrew Broswer

Application: Homebrew Browser 0.2.5

Title ID: HBBW

Blocks: 13

Tested by: Enigma

No Sound Click to Download WAD file!

Wii 64-WN64

Creator: mattjd
Name: Wii 64

Application: Wii 64

Title ID: WN64

Blocks:

Tested by: mattjd

No Sound Click to Download WAD file!

WiiSNES-SNES

Creator: xxxxxx
Name: WiiSNES

Application: SNES9X GX 009

Title ID: SNES

Blocks: 33

Tested by: xxxxxx

No Sound Click to Download WAD file!

FTPii Channel-FTP3

Creator: AetherMaster
Name: FTPii Channel

Application: FTPii FTP client

Title ID: FTP3

Blocks: Unknown

Tested by: Untested


Click to Download WAD file!

MPlayer CE-MPCE

Creator: IlluminiX
Name: MPlayer CE

Application: MPlayer CE V0.3

Title ID: MPCE

Blocks: 52

Tested by: IlluminiX


Click to Download WAD file!

Game Cube Backup Launcher-GCBL

Creator: Saberkatz
Name: Game Cube Backup Launcher

Application: Gamecube BL Xi

Title ID: GCBL

Blocks:

Tested by: Saberkatz


Click to Download WAD file!

SpriteZ CHEAT MANAGER-SPRI

Creator: Starstremr
Name: SpriteZ CHEAT MANAGER

Application: SpriteZ CHEAT MANAGER

Title ID: SPRI

Blocks: 9

Tested by: Myself

No Sound Click to Download WAD file!

healthii installer-HI01

Creator: BUBY78
Name: healthii installer

Application: healthii installer

Title ID: HI01

Blocks:

Tested by: BUBY78


Click to Download WAD file!

Channel File Manager-CFMG

Creator: Wiisel
Name: Channel File Manager

Application: Channel File Manager

Title ID: CFMG

Blocks: 20

Tested by: Wiisel


Click to Download WAD file!

WAD Manager v13-WADM

Creator: CountZero
Name: WAD Manager v13

Application: WAD Manager v1.3

Title ID: WADM

Blocks: 11

Tested by: CountZero


Click to Download WAD file!

Gamecube Launcher Channel Xi-CUBE

Creator: AetherMaster
Name: Gamecube Launcher Channel Xi

Application: The new, Xi edition of WiiGator\’s famous GameCube Backup Launcher!

Title ID: CUBE

Blocks: Unknown

Tested by: AetherMaster – Works


Click to Download WAD file!

Gecko OS + Ocarina-QOMP

Creator: Boo78 and Pump
Name: Gecko OS + Ocarina

Application: Gecko OS 1.9.0.1

Title ID: QOMP

Blocks: 3,60 Mo

Tested by: Boo78


Click to Download WAD file!

Iron Maiden Channel Dmp-DMP

Creator: Magnerion
Name: Iron Maiden Channel Dmp

Application: Dmp

Title ID: DMP

Blocks: 44

Tested by: Magnerion


Click to Download WAD file!

Starfall-STFL

Creator: Devonodev
Name: Starfall

Application: Starfall v0.5

Title ID: STFL

Blocks: 14

Tested by: Devonodev


Click to Download WAD file!

channel file manager 20beta3-CHFM

Creator: ONG C H
Name: channel file manager 20beta3

Application: channel file manager

Title ID: CHFM

Blocks: 11

Tested by: ONG C H

No Sound Click to Download WAD file!

cios iso dumper 13-DUMP

Creator: kmclaugh
Name: cios iso dumper 13

Application: cios dvd dumper

Title ID: DUMP

Blocks: 24

Tested by: me


Click to Download WAD file!

Sega Genesis-LC04-LC04

Creator: Littlecubba
Name: Sega Genesis-LC04

Application: Sega Genesis Emulator

Title ID: LC04

Blocks: 18

Tested by: Littlecubba


Click to Download WAD file!

SCUMMVM-SCUMwad-SCUM

Creator: luck gh0st
Name: SCUMMVM-SCUMwad

Application: ScummVM

Title ID: SCUM

Blocks: 9 – forwarder for
apps
Scummvm
boot.dol

Tested by: luck gh0st

No Sound Click to Download WAD file!

Wad manager 13-CABH

Creator: Palmeri
Name: Wad manager 13

Application: Wad manager

Title ID: CABH

Blocks: ?

Tested by: Palmeri

No Sound Click to Download WAD file!

Media Channel-MMCC

Creator: iDarkchild
Name: Media Channel

Application: Mplayer wii by rodries

Title ID: MMCC

Blocks: 52

Tested by: Myself


Click to Download WAD file!

Super NES Channel-SNES

Creator: xxxxxx
Name: Super NES Channel

Application: SNES9X GX 009

Title ID: SNES

Blocks:

Tested by: xxxxxx

No Sound Click to Download WAD file!

DMP [Playboy Edition]-DMPR

Creator: Raylord66
Name: DMP [Playboy Edition]

Application: DragonMedia Player

Title ID: DMPR

Blocks: 46

Tested by:
Tested by: by me


Click to Download WAD file!

WAD Manager v13-WM13

Creator: Aegle
Name: WAD Manager v13

Application: Wad manager v1.3

Title ID: WM13

Blocks: 11

Tested by: Aegle on 3.2E

No Sound Click to Download WAD file!

Super Nintendo Channel-SNES

Creator: Dark Eagle
Name: Super Nintendo Channel

Application: SNES9x GX 008

Title ID: SNES

Blocks:

Tested by: Dark Eagle

No Sound Click to Download WAD file!

Ocarina by Star-OCAR

Creator: Starstremr
Name: Ocarina by Star

Application: Ocarina Cheat engine

Title ID: OCAR

Blocks: 8

Tested by: My Self

No Sound Click to Download WAD file!

WII DUMPER V12-WD12

Creator: BUBY78
Name: WII DUMPER V12

Application: ISO DUMPER

Title ID: WD12

Blocks: UNKNOWN

Tested by: Taz


Click to Download WAD file!

FTPii v0018-FTPI

Creator: CountZero
Name: FTPii v0018

Application: FTPii v0.0.18

Title ID: FTPI

Blocks: 14

Tested by: CountZero


Click to Download WAD file!

AR Max Channel-
by Unknow


Animated Universal Wii Backup Loader-UWBL
by bg4m3r/djdynamite123/wilsoff


AnyRegionChanger-ARCM
by MH300 (MasterHand300)


Channel File Manager-CFMG
by Wiisel


DMP [Playboy Edition]-DMPR
by Raylord66


DVD Dumper V12-DUMP
by Taz (Waninkoko dol)


Darkbrew Channel-DRKB
by Mathew_Wi


Dragon Media Player-DRMP
by Taz (files by pintamicerca)


FCE Ultra-FCEU
by Jacol Beyros


FTPii Channel-FTP3
by AetherMaster


FTPii Channel-FTPI
by Rebound


FTPii v0018-FTPI
by CountZero


GC Backup Launcher Xi-GCBL
by CountZero


Game Cube Backup Launcher-GCBL
by Saberkatz


Gamecube Launcher Channel Xi-CUBE
by AetherMaster


GeckoOS Channel-GWOC
by AetherMaster


GeckoOS v17b-GEKO
by CountZero


Gecko OS-GEKO-GEKO
by Wiisel


Gecko OS + Ocarina-QOMP
by Boo78 and Pump


Gecko OS 002 Fixed-GEOS
by afif95


Gecko OS Channel-GOSC
by Aegle


Gecko OS v107b-GEOS
by Duff


Homebrew Broswer-HBBW
by Enigma


Homebrew Browser-HBBX
by Mrkinator


Homebrew Browser Channel-HOME
by Wad by buby78, Graphics by OblivionGFX


Homebrew Disc Loader-HDL0wad-HDL0
by duhow


Iron Maiden Channel Dmp-DMP
by Magnerion


MPLAYER-MPXXwad-MPXX
by luck_gh0st


MPlayerCE-MP86
by dEnA


MPlayer CE-MPCE-MPCE
by Homelessbrian


MPlayer CE-MPCE
by IlluminiX


MPlayer Channel-MPCE [ANIMATED]-MPCE
by Close2Insanity


Media Channel-MEDC
by Vorenus


Media Channel-MMCC
by iDarkchild


Menu Loader Clone-CLON
by Iron Mask


Menu Patcher-LC00-LC00
by Littlecubba


Multiboot Channel-VIIZ
by Victory144


My Menuify V10-MYM1
by Aegle


NEOGEO-GXGXwad-GXGX
by luck_gh0st


Ocarina-9999
by bg4m3r


Ocarina by Star-OCAR
by Starstremr


Quit-QUIT
by ToNoobIsHuman


SCUMMVM-SCUMwad-SCUM
by luck_gh0st


Save Installer-WASI
by SOI


Savegame Extractor-SGEX
by AetherMaster


Sega Genesis-LC04-LC04
by Littlecubba


Sega MEGA DRIVE PLUS-MDPL
by YamiMario


Sega Megadrive-LC03-LC03
by Littlecubba


Snes9x GX 403-SPNT
by Boo78


SoftMii Tweak-SMTC
by Boo78


SoftMii Tweak-SMTW
by Boo78


Soft It-DWMD
by Zeth164


Soft Mii-ADDEJ
by
Zeth164


SpriteZ CHEAT MANAGER-SPRI
by Starstremr


Starfall-STFL
by
Devonodev


Super Mario War Channel-VSMW
by Gamer-D


Super NES Channel-SNES
by
xxxxxx


Super Nintendo Channel-SNES
by Dark Eagle


TG16 Emulator-TG16
by
bg4m3r/iDarkchild/djdynamite123


UForwarder by Pump & Aizen-PAFU
by Pump & Aizen


WAD Manager v13-WADM
by
CountZero


WAD Manager v13-WM13
by Aegle


WII DUMPER V12-WD12
by
BUBY78


Wad Manager v13-WADM
by Duff


Wad manager 13-CABH
by
Palmeri


Wii64-WN64
by mattjd


WiiEarthBlueFINFIN-ERTH-ERTH
by
Wilsoff


WiiSNES-SNES
by xxxxxx


WiiSnes 400-SNES
by
HelloForum


Wii 64-WN64
by mattjd


Wii Earth Channel-WRTH-WRTH
by
Jacol Beyros


channel file manager 20beta3-CHFM
by ONG C H


cios iso dumper 13-DUMP
by
kmclaugh


eject disc-EDSC-EDSC
by Yorks



Classic Nintendo Channel-FCEU
by Dark Eagle


Duck Hunt-DUHT
by
Joker92092


GBA Channel GBAEwad-GBAE
by Musicman


Helium Boy v010 – HB01-HB01
by
MonkeyDJ


JML GameBoy Channel-GBOY
by Viro


JML Genesis Channel-GENS
by
Viro


JML SNES Channel-SNES
by Viro


LP Paris-LPPS
by
ONG C H


MahJongg Wii v07-MJNG-MJNG
by CountZero


Mahjongg Wii v07-MJW7-MJW7
by
Monkey DJ


NES-1NES
by BUBY78


NES Channel-NES1
by
Viro


NES Channel – NESE Wad-NESE
by Musicman


Nintendo 64 Channel-N64E
by
Dark Eagle


Ocarina Channel-OCRE
by Rafalfaro_18


SEGA Channel – SEGA Wad-SEGA
by
Musicman


SNES Channel – SNES Wad-SNES
by Musicman


Sega Genesis-GENS
by vibrant


Tic Tac Toe v04-TICT
by
computerboy


Wii-Tac-Toe V04-TICT
by devonodev


WiiDoom-DOOM
by
Beegee7730


Wiiero-WIIOwad-WIIO
by Jacol Beyros


minesweeper-MINE
by
ONG C H


BACKUP LOADER-1020
by
BUBY78


Backup Launcher Channel-002F
by AetherMaster


Backup Launcher Channel-BKUP
by
AetherMaster


GAMMA 002 FIX PRESS 1 FOR MENU-1018
by buby78


GC Backup Launcher 02-GCBL
by
Donkhe


GC Backup Loader Xi-GCBX
by iDarkchild/bg4m3r


GC Launcher-GCBL
by
Mrkinator


GameCube-GCBL
by buby78


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