It's possible port MUGEN to Wii?

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Jan 18, 2012
  1. OriginalHamster
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    I wonder if it's possible, there are alot of games available.
     
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    Maybe some one could port OpenMugen?

    http://sourceforge.net/projects/openmugen/
     
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    nice i have to try this sometime when i get room on my sd card...
     
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    Could someone help me with the folder/file structure =(?
     
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    i heard you can' use people from the pc mugen which sucks... i wanted to use peter griffin and homer...
     
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    You can http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1eC7quBzW0o&feature=endscreen&NR=1
    I even see a Smash like game running on Wii, but the folder structure is a clusterfuck, I can't figure out how make it work =/
     
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    Man, as someone who mains WinMugen I was kinda disappointed. I couldn't use the Gamecube controller in Paintown either.
     
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    I added some mortal kombat characters, and it was buggy as hell, in Mugen mode.
    Paintown mode (beat em ups) is faster, but I prefer OpenBOR for that because the Gamecube controller compatibility,
     

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