Update 11th December: Now nearly all games, updates, DLC and demos are in the database. If you know one that's missing please let me know and I'll add it manually. Also any suggestions welcome. You can also search (since there's so many now). And you can click on the name of a game to see the individual files and their sizes that belong to it. Screenshot: If you have an application or homebrew that needs to know details about games, like individual files, sizes of the files or of the whole game etc, I can provide a php page for you to send a POST request to which will return this data for you! Just ask, I like helping people! ..... original post: Since I had trouble finding a list of game and update file sizes from NUS on the web, I thought I'd create my own. A very bare-bones display is at http://quantumc.at/gamelist.php (specific suggestions for improvements on looks or useability welcome). There isn't much there right now (it is only stuff I downloaded for testing, and my internet is slow so I tried to stick to updates I thought would be small) but there will be more in the future, and I hope one day it will have everything! My little downloader program sends data about the game or update you downloaded to my website, which then adds it to the database. It also uses info from the database to display the size in the list. The progress bars currently are based on the output from NUSGrabber (thanks @Moquedami for the suggestion), but later it will be based on the file sizes from the database (and can have an accurate total % complete). I compiled a new copy which I have uploaded to quantumc.at if anyone wants to try it (repository at https://github.com/quantumcat1/Wii-U-Downloader). What I am hoping is that the authors of the other downloader programs (that can do more than mine and are more popular) might consider also sending data about what their users have downloaded to my website, so the database can grow much more quickly. They might also like to use the webservice I made for requesting game sizes from the database to also display sizes in their programs. If their programs are in Java I can provide the code for sending the http POST requests but if not they'll have to work it out themselves :-p If you think this is a good idea could you please tag a dev :-) All I can think of right now is @cearp for FunKiiU.