Could someone test this Wii homebrew in Wii U?

Discussion in 'Wii U - Hacking & Backup Loaders' started by panreyes, Dec 25, 2012.

Dec 25, 2012
  1. panreyes
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    Newcomer panreyes Newbie

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    I'm porting one of my games, "La pesadilla de Ripollés", to Wii's Homebrew Channel.
    It works almost perfectly, a few texts won't appear but the game is playable to the end.

    I would like to ask people here if the game works also in vWii:
    http://panreyes.com/ripo-wii-beta.zip

    This is a video of the game I'm asking help for:


    Thanks in advance!

    Ps: Please excuse my bad english grammar!
     
  2. muskieratboi

    Member muskieratboi Rydian's got some competition!

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    Unless it does something weird like require an obscure cIOS to run, it'll be fine.


    That's.. an interesting Beat-em-up you have there.. might I suggest adding more animations and sprucing up the backgrounds a little?
     
  3. driverdis

    Member driverdis I am Justice

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    the vWii runs normal Homebrew and Wii games the same as a real Wii. It will be fine. vWii compatibility should not be a problem. if your game requires NAND access/AHBPROT, which no games should ever need, then it could easily cause the game to not work right.
     
  4. panreyes
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    Newcomer panreyes Newbie

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    muskieratboi: We know. The problem is that we are two programmers and we aren't good at art. The game is really fun, and well programmed, but graphics are not our best. Also, this game was done in 20 days for a contest (which we won, by the way :D)

    driverdis: I imagined that, but I wanted to confirm it. If this game works, it will mean that every game programmed in BennuGD will also work flawlessly.
     

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