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Revision as of 08:16, 10 January 2016

The Nintendo Wii

The Wii is a 2006 console by Nintendo. Because of similarity between the Wii and the GameCube, Wii emulation happened very quickly through GameCube emulation.

Emulators

PC
Name Operating System(s) Latest Version GCN Wii Triforce Libretro Core Recommended
Dolphin Multi-platform GIT *

*WIP, currently non-functioning

Mobile
Name Operating System(s) Latest Version GCN Wii Triforce Recommended
Dolphin Android GIT

Comparisons

  • Dolphin is the only option for Wii emulation. It is updated on a near daily basis and has very good emulation, barring some noticeable issues with GameCube. System requirements are high, moreso for Wii games than GameCube. In addition, it is recommended to sync a Wii remote to play games, as it can be difficult mapping the motion controls to a controller, especially if MotionPlus is required.

Resources

  • Dolphin Wiki - For checking if your games work and any fixes/tweaks/settings you should know before hand.