For those who don't know yet: with the advent of libwupc, it's possible for vWii homebrew applications and games to support the Wii U Pro Controller (no, not the Gamepad, and no, not retail Wii games). Here is a list of all of the currently supported homebrew programs that can use a Wii U Pro Controller (henceforth abbreviated as WUPC): Wiiflow (added by FIX94) Nintendont (added by FIX94, libwupc is based on its code) postLoader (added by daxtsu) WiiXPlorer (added by daxtsu) FCEU GX (added by FIX94) SNES9x GX (added by FIX94) VBA GX (added by FIX94) WiiSX (added by daxtsu, has no new icon for WUPC, shows up as Classic Controller, please test stability!) Devolution by tueidj (doesn't use libwupc) Bluedump Mod (added by DarkMatterCore, this can modify your NAND if I remember, so be careful!) If you know of more that support the WUPC, please let me know via replying in this thread. Questions that might come up: 1. Can I use these applications on an original Wii with a WUPC? Yes. The WUPC connects to an original Wii just fine (see #2's answer). 2. How can I sync my WUPC (Wii U Pro Controller) so that I can use it in vWii homebrew? Go to the Wii system menu, press the red sync button on the Wii, then press the red sync button on the WUPC; after that it should disconnect on its own. To test if it synced or not, try turning your Wii on and off with the WUPC, it should work. 3. Will this work with the Wii U Gamepad? No. 4. Does this mean commercial/retail Wii games/ISOs will suddenly support the WUPC?! No.