Wii Homebrew Launcher is an interface similar to that of the Wii menu. It allows you to start homebrew stored on your SD card in the Wii front SD slot. Each program is represented by its own customizable “channel”.
The Homebrew Channel is a homebrew application loader by Team Twiizers which allows users to load homebrew applications without having to run the Twilight Hack every time. Once installed, users can access the channel from the Wii Menu just like any other Wii channel. It is currently capable of running homebrew applications from an SD card, a USB Gecko, and TCP, using Wiiload. It is also capable of downloading online updates for itself.
Gecko Region Free by NUke lets you load Wii games from other regions.
Touhou Fangame is a homemade version of Touhou for the Wii. It is written from scratch with images from the internet, GRRLIB, and Wiiuse.
Touhou is a danmaku shooter praised for being difficult, beautiful, and a one-man project. This attempts to replicate all those things. The first release is out! Enjoy the beautiful danmaku-ness of the Touhou Fangame!
Masteroids is a multiplayer Asteroids clone for the Wii. It currently allows up to 4 players to simultaneously play the classic Asteroids game. Gameplay is customisable with an options menu allowing you to alter the amount of lives each player starts with, the amount of bullets a player can fire, whether team killing is allowed, the difficulty and how many players there will be in Multiplayer mode.
Bricked your Wii? This might help…
As promised, here are discs to install the latest version of the system menu for each region â€” v288/v289/v290 for JAP/USA/PAL, respectively…
Thanks to http://www.wiibrew.org for the news.
This application installs all the Mii’s stored on your SD card to your Wii.
Just run this application and all your Miis will be copied to the “Miis” directory at the SD card.
This application will let you configure your Wii’s settings without using the Wii System Menu itself.
WiiMotionDemo is a simple demo that shows the current reading of the Wiimote accelerometers.