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Discussion in 'Wii - Hardware, Devices and Utilities' started by TheTurkGamer, Jul 7, 2016.
i cant find a tutorial for that but anyway im trying to make a hack for wii
http://wiibrew.org/wiki/Tutorials has some Wii programming tutorials, including controllers and file system access.
what do i need to choose
What do you mean "what do you need to choose"? Pick a tutorial about something you're interested in (e.g. how to use controllers or draw to the screen), read it, and try writing a sample program based on the tutorial.
nvm i can program on batch
...if the only "programming language" you know is DOS/Windows batch scripting, you're going to have a hard time doing anything on Wii.
I recommend learning how to program using C++ on a regular computer first. (Get a book on C++ or similar.)
batch works just fine but c++ is too hard to learn
batch isn't a programming language
and you definitely can't use it on anything other than wincrap
what the hell dude
Yeah, uh, don't even think about trying to write a game for *any* console if that's going to be your attitude towards learning an actual programming language.
Batch files are literally just a collection of commands that are run at the command prompt. The only sort of "game" you can write with them would be maybe a simple text adventure, but considering the very limited control logic and branching available with DOS/Windows Batch, even that's a pain.
For reference, CodeMii (which is linked on the WiiBrew tutorials page) starts with some very simple stuff, including: http://www.codemii.com/2008/08/24/tutorial-3-controller-input/
This tutorial has a program that prints messages whenever a button on the controller is held down. (It starts with GameCube controllers, then moves on to Wii remotes.)
the truth hurts doesn't it
I think this is a Offtopic.I want to increase the difficuty in my fifa 15 wii iso.Is it possible.