Title database

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This page serves to document the Title-ID scheme as used on the Wii.

A Title-ID is a 64-bit number that describes an "application" -- generally, a channel or a game. The high 32 bits are used to indicate the type of title, and the low 32 bits are used to identify the particular title.

By convention, a Title-ID may either be written as 16 hex digits (e.g. 0000000100000002 or 00010000525a4445) or in two hexadecimal or ASCII parts (e.g. 1-2 or 10000-RZDE).

Region Codes

Region codes are used to determine what region a title belongs to. The region code is the last letter of the four-letter title ID (the last two digits in hexadecimal notation). Essential system titles do not use region codes.

The following region codes are known to exist:

ASCII Hex Region
A 41 All regions. System channels like the Mii channel use it.
D 44 German-speaking regions. Only if separate versions exist, e.g. Zelda: A Link to the Past
E 45 USA and other NTSC regions except Japan
F 46 French-speaking regions. Only if separate versions exist, e.g. Zelda: A Link to the Past.
I 49 Italian-speaking regions. Only if separate versions exist, e.g. Pokemon Snap.
J 4A Japan
K 4B Korea
L 4C Japanese Import to Europe, Australia and other PAL regions
M 4D American Import to Europe, Australia and other PAL regions
N 4E Japanese Import to USA and other NTSC regions
P 50 Europe, Australia and other PAL regions
Q 51 Korea with Japanese language.
S 53 Spanish-speaking regions. Only if separate versions exist, e.g. Pokemon Snap
T 54 Korea with English language.
X 58 Not a real region code. Used by DVDX and Homebrew Channel.

System Codes

System codes are used to determine what type of title it is. The system code is the first letter of the four-letter title ID (the first two digits in the second section in hexadecimal notation). Custom Channels (such as the Homebrew Channel) do not usually follow these codes, and no 00000001 titles use them (because they are unneeded).

The following system codes are known to exist:

ASCII Hex System
C 43 Commodore 64 Virtual Console.
D 44 Virtual Console Arcade.
E 45 NeoGeo Virtual Console.
F 46 Nintendo Virtual Console.
H 48 General Channel. (The System Channels use this, and so do all the ones you can buy in the Wii Shop)
J 4A Super Nintendo Virtual Console.
L 4C Sega Master System Virtual Console.
M 4D Sega Megadrive Virtual Console.
N 4E Nintendo 64 Virtual Console.
P 50 TurboGraFX Virtual Console
Q 51 TurboGraFX CD Virtual Console
R 52 Wii Disc. Always used for a Disc-based game.
W 57 WiiWare.
X 58 MSX Virtual Console. (Japan only at present)

00000001: Essential system titles

In the table below are the essential System Titles excluding all IOS modules. Information on those can be found in the IOS History page.

Title ID Description Notes
00000001-00000001 BOOT2 Executed on the Starlet ARM core by BOOT1. Is responsible for loading the appropriate IOS for 1-2 and then executing it.
00000001-00000002 System Menu First PPC code to execute on the Wii during startup; it is loaded into RAM by BOOT2 and then bootstrapped with 6 instructions from the Hollywood chip.
00000001-00000100 BC Used to start GC games -- sets Hollywood speed to 162MHz, loads boot2, which then eventually loads MIOS
00000001-00000101 MIOS Gamecube compatibility IOS -- active while Gamecube games are being played on the Wii.

00010000 and 00010004 : Disc-based games

Games found on retail game discs have Title-IDs starting with 00010000 and 00010004. A partial list of example games and their IDs is found on the Disc based games page.

00010001: Downloaded channels

000010001-Cxxx : Commodore 64 Games

Title ID Hex Description
00010001-C93x 00010001-433933xx Last Ninja 2: Back with a Vengeance
00010001-C94x 00010001-433934xx Nebulus (Tower Toppler)
00010001-C95x 00010001-433935xx Impossible Mission
00010001-C96x 00010001-433936xx Summer Games II
00010001-C97x 00010001-433937xx California Games
00010001-C98x 00010001-433938xx Paradroid
00010001-C99x 00010001-433939xx Uridium
00010001-C9Ex 00010001-433945xx Winter Games
00010001-C9Gx 00010001-433947xx Mayhem in Monsterland
00010001-C9Hx 00010001-433948xx Boulder Dash
00010001-C9Ix 00010001-433949xx Cybernoid: The Fighting Machine
00010001-C9Mx 00010001-43394dxx Pitstop II
00010001-C9Px 00010001-433950xx Last Ninja 3
00010001-C9Qx 00010001-433951xx Jumpman
00010001-C9Rx 00010001-433952xx International Karate +
00010001-C9Sx 00010001-433953xx Impossible Mission II
00010001-C9Xx 00010001-433958xx The Last Ninja
00010001-C9Yx 00010001-433959xx International Karate
00010001-C9Zx 00010001-43395axx World Games

000010001-Exxx : NeoGeo Games

Title ID Hex Description
00010001-EAJx 00010001-45414axx Metal Slug

000010001-Fxxx : NES Games

Title ID Hex Description
00010001-FA6x 00010001-464136xx Donkey Kong Jr. Math
00010001-FA7x 00010001-464137xx Yoshi
00010001-FA8x 00010001-464138xx Kirby's Adventure
00010001-FA9x 00010001-464139xx Zelda II: The Adventure of Link
00010001-FAAx 00010001-464141xx Donkey Kong
00010001-FABx 00010001-464142xx Donkey Kong Jr.
00010001-FACx 00010001-464143xx Pinball
00010001-FAFx 00010001-464146xx Mario Bros.
00010001-FAGx 00010001-464147xx Super Mario Bros.
00010001-FAHx 00010001-464148xx Tennis
00010001-FAIx 00010001-464149xx Soccer
00010001-FAJx 00010001-46414axx Ice Hockey
00010001-FAKx 00010001-46414bxx The Legend of Zelda
00010001-FALx 00010001-46414cxx Baseball
00010001-FAMx 00010001-46414dxx Wario's Woods
00010001-FANx 00010001-46414exx Urban Champion
00010001-FAOx 00010001-46414fxx Solomon's Key
00010001-FAPx 00010001-464150xx NES Open Tour Golf
00010001-FAQx 00010001-464151xx Ninja JaJaMaru-kun
00010001-FARx 00010001-464152xx Gradius
00010001-FASx 00010001-464153xx Xevious
00010001-FATx 00010001-464154xx The Legend of Kage
00010001-FAVx 00010001-464156xx Tecmo Bowl
00010001-FAWx 00010001-464157xx Elevator Action
00010001-FAXx 00010001-464158xx Pac-Man
00010001-FB2x 00010001-464232xx Super Mario Brothers: The Lost Levels
00010001-FB4x 00010001-464234xx Lunar Pool
00010001-FB5x 00010001-464235xx Zanac
00010001-FBBx 00010001-464242xx Mach Rider
00010001-FBCx 00010001-464243xx Excitebike
00010001-FBDx 00010001-464244xx Kid Icarus
00010001-FBEx 00010001-464245xx Ice Climber
00010001-FBHx 00010001-464248xx Castlevania
00010001-FBIx 00010001-464249xx Punch-Out!! Featuring Mr. Dream
00010001-FBJx 00010001-46424axx Mighty Bomb Jack
00010001-FBKx 00010001-46424bxx Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
00010001-FBLx 00010001-46424cxx Lode Runner
00010001-FBNx 00010001-46424exx Ninja Gaiden
00010001-FBRx 00010001-464252xx Galaga
00010001-FBSx 00010001-464253xx Milon's Secret Castle
00010001-FBTx 00010001-464254xx Adventures of Lolo
00010001-FBYx 00010001-464259xx Super Mario Bros. 2
00010001-FBZx 00010001-46425axx Metroid
00010001-FC3x 00010001-464333xx Bubble Bobble
00010001-FC6x 00010001-464336xx StarTropics
00010001-FC7x 00010001-464337xx NES Play Action Football
00010001-FC8x 00010001-464338xx Castlevania II: Simon's Quest
00010001-FCAx 00010001-464341xx Star Soldier
00010001-FCPx 00010001-464350xx Balloon Fight
00010001-FCQx 00010001-464351xx Ninja Gaiden II: The Dark Sword of Chaos
00010001-FCRx 00010001-464352xx Adventure Island
00010001-FCSx 00010001-464353xx Super C
00010001-FCTx 00010001-464354xx Mega Man
00010001-FCUx 00010001-464355xx Volleyball
00010001-FCVx 00010001-464356xx Wrecking Crew
00010001-FCWx 00010001-464357xx Super Mario Bros. 3
00010001-FCYx 00010001-464359xx Yoshi's Cookie
00010001-FCZx 00010001-46435axx King's Knight
00010001-FD2x 00010001-464432xx Double Dragon
00010001-FD6x 00010001-464436xx Adventures of Lolo 2
00010001-FD7x 00010001-464437xx Mega Man 3
00010001-FDAx 00010001-464441xx Spelunker
00010001-FDFx 00010001-464446xx Bases Loaded
00010001-FDGx 00010001-464447xx Ghosts 'n Goblins
00010001-FDLx 00010001-46444cxx Ninja Gaiden 3
00010001-FDNx 00010001-46444exx Mega Man 2
00010001-FDOx 00010001-46444fxx Operation Wolf
00010001-FDPx 00010001-464450xx Blades of Steel
00010001-FDQx 00010001-464451xx Double Dribble
00010001-FDTx 00010001-464454xx Renegade
00010001-FDUx 00010001-464455xx Super Dodgeball
00010001-FDVx 00010001-464456xx River City Ransom/Street Gangs
00010001-FECx 00010001-464543xx Sky Kid
00010001-FEDx 00010001-464544xx Dig Dug
00010001-FEIx 00010001-464549xx City Connection
00010001-FEMx 00010001-46454dxx Bio Miracle Bokutte Upa
00010001-FENx 00010001-46454exx Life Force
00010001-FEQx 00010001-464551xx Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse
00010001-FERx 00010001-464552xx Zoda's Revenge: StarTropics 2
00010001-FESx 00010001-464553xx Clu Clu Land

000010001-Hxxx : Channels

Title ID Hex Description
00010001-HADx 00010001-484144xx Opera / Internet Channel
00010001-HCFx 00010001-484346xx Wii Speak Channel
00010001-HAJx 00010001-48414axx Everyone Votes Channel
00010001-HAPx 00010001-484150xx Check Mii Out / Mii Contest Channel
00010001-HATx 00010001-484154xx Nintendo Channel
00010001-HAWx 00010001-484157xx Metroid Prime 3 Preview
00010001-HAZA 00010001-48415axx Photo Channel 1.1 (Europe?)

000010001-Jxxx : SNES Games

Title ID Hex Description
00010001-JAVx 00010001-4a4156xx Super Metroid
00010001-JBBx 00010001-4a4242xx Super Street Fighter 2

000010001-Lxxx : Sega Master System

Title ID Hex Description
00010001-LAEx 00010001-4C4145XX Alex Kidd in Miracle World

000010001-Mxxx : Sega Genesis

Title ID Hex Description
00010001-MAXx 00010001-4D4158XX Alex Kidd in the Enchanted Castle
00010001-MBTx 00010001-4D4254XX Alien Soldier
00010001-MAAx 00010001-4D4141XX Altered Beast
00010001-MABx 00010001-4D4142XX Columns
00010001-MAPx 00010001-4D4150XX Comix Zone
00010001-MADx 00010001-4D4144XX Ecco the Dolphin
00010001-MA8x 00010001-4D4138XX Ecco the Dolphin II
00010001-MAFx 00010001-4D4146XX Gunstar Heroes
00010001-MBCx 00010001-4D4243XX Kid Chameleon
00010001-MBIx 00010001-4D4249XX Landstalker
00010001-MACx 00010001-4D4143XX Mean Bean Machine
00010001-MB8x 00010001-4D4238XX Phantasy Star 2
00010001-MCCx 00010001-4D4343XX Phantasy Star 3
00010001-MAGx 00010001-4D4147XX Ristar
00010001-MA7x 00010001-4D4137XX Shining in the Darkness
00010001-MATx 00010001-4D4154XX Sonic Spinball
00010001-MAHx 00010001-4D4148XX Sonic the Hedgehog 1
00010001-MBBx 00010001-4D4242XX Sonic the Hedgehog 2
00010001-MBMx 00010001-4D424DXX Sonic the Hedgehog 3
00010001-MAQx 00010001-4D4151XX Streets of Rage
00010001-MA6x 00010001-4D4136XX Streets of Rage 2
00010001-MAMx 00010001-4D414DXX Sword of Vermillion
00010001-MAJx 00010001-4D414AXX Toe Jam and Earl 1
00010001-MAZx 00010001-4D415AXX Toe Jam and Earl 2

000010001-Nxxx : Nintendo 64 Games

Title ID Hex Description
00010001-NAAx 00010001-4e4141xx Super Mario 64
00010001-NABx 00010001-4e4142xx Mario Kart 64
00010001-NACx 00010001-4e4143xx The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
00010001-NADx 00010001-4e4144xx Star Fox: Lylat Wars
00010001-NAEx 00010001-4e4145xx Paper Mario 64
00010001-NAFx 00010001-4e4146xx F-Zero X
00010001-NAHx 00010001-4e4148xx Yoshi's Story
00010001-NAIx 00010001-4e4149xx Wave Race 64
00010001-NAJx 00010001-4e414axx Sin and Punishment
00010001-NAKx 00010001-4e414bxx Pokémon Snap
00010001-NALx 00010001-4e414cxx Super Smash Bros.
00010001-NAMx 00010001-4e414dxx Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards
00010001-NANx 00010001-4e414exx Pokémon Puzzle League
00010001-NAOx 00010001-4e414fxx 1080° Snowboarding
00010001-NAPx 00010001-4e4150xx Custom Robo V2
00010001-NARx 00010001-4e4152xx The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask
00010001-NASx 00010001-4e4153xx Cruis'n USA
00010001-NAUx 00010001-4e4155xx Mario Golf

000010001-Pxxx : TurboGrafx-16

Title ID Hex Description
00010001-PBWx 00010001-504257XX Air Zonk

000010001-Qxxx : TurboGrafx-CD

Title ID Hex Description
00010001-QACx 00010001-514143XX Cho Aniki

000010001-Wxxx : WiiWare

Title ID Hex Description
00010001-WB5x 00010001-574235xx Block Breaker
00010001-WBQx 00010001-574251xx Star Soldier R
00010001-WDFx 00010001-574446xx Defend Your Castle
00010001-WDMx 00010001-57444dxx Dr. Mario
00010001-WFCx 00010001-574643xx Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King
00010001-WTPx 00010001-575450xx Tetris Party
00010001-WTTx 00010001-575454xx Toki Tori

00010002: System channels

These channels cannot be uninstalled using the Wii's data management. They can however be removed with AnyTitle Deleter.

Title ID Hex Description
00010002-HAAA 00010002-48414141 Photo Channel
00010002-HABA 00010002-48414241 Shopping Channel
00010002-HACA 00010002-48414341 Mii Channel
00010002-HAFx, 00010002-HAFA 00010002-484146xx, 00010002-48414641 Weather Channel
(both HAFA and HAFx for your region are factory installed)
00010002-HAGx, 00010002-HAGA 00010002-484147xx, 00010002-48414741 News Channel
(both HAGA and HAGx for your region are factory installed)
00010002-HAYA 00010002-48415941 Photo Channel 1.1
00010001-HAEA 00010001-48414541 Wii Message Board
(Not a channel by itself, but mailbox archives are stored under this name)

00010004: Game channels and games that use them

These IDs are used for game channels. These channels are installed by games which themselves use the 00010004 category.

Title ID Hex Description
00010004-RFNx 00010004-52464exx WiiFit Channel
00010004-RMCx 00010004-524d43xx Mario Kart Channel, and Mario Kart game itself

00010005: Downloaded Game Content

I.e The aditional content from FFCC:My Life As A King falls into this catergory Cboomf

Title ID Hex Description
00010005-WFCx 00010005-574643xx "Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King" Extra Content

00010008: "Hidden" channels

These channels are not directly accessible through the main Channel Selection screen.

Title ID Hex Description
00010008-DVDX 00010008-44564458 marcan's DVDX "Channel"
00010008-HAKx 00010008-48414bxx EULA
00010008-HALx 00010008-48414cxx rgnsel (region select)

Complete Title List

These are all the titles listed in the order of their Title ID All IOSs now contain a backport of the hash comparison bugfix first seen in IOS37.

Title ID Hex Description
00000001-00000001 00000001-00000001 BOOT2: Executed on the Starlet ARM core by BOOT1. Is responsible for loading the appropriate IOS for 1-2 and then executing it.
00000001-00000002 00000001-00000002 System Menu: First PPC code to execute on the Wii during startup; it is loaded into RAM by BOOT2 and then bootstrapped with 6 instructions from the Hollywood chip.
00000001-00000004 00000001-00000004 IOS4: A stripped-down version of IOS that is probably used for manufacturing and perhaps during updates.
00000001-00000009 00000001-00000009 IOS9: Earliest "normal" IOS
00000001-0000000a 00000001-0000000a IOS10
00000001-0000000b 00000001-0000000b IOS11
00000001-0000000c 00000001-0000000c IOS12
00000001-0000000d 00000001-0000000d IOS13
00000001-0000000e 00000001-0000000e IOS14
00000001-0000000f 00000001-0000000f IOS15
00000001-00000010 00000001-00000010 IOS16: Was used internally with the Wii Backup Disc. It is a stub IOS as of the System Menu 4.0 update.
00000001-00000011 00000001-00000011 IOS17
00000001-00000014 00000001-00000014 IOS20
00000001-00000015 00000001-00000015 IOS21: Most common for third-party titles
00000001-00000016 00000001-00000016 IOS22
00000001-0000001c 00000001-0000001c IOS28: First modular version of IOS.
00000001-0000001e 00000001-0000001e IOS30: Used by System Menu 3.0 through 3.3.
00000001-0000001f 00000001-0000001f IOS31:
00000001-00000021 00000001-00000021 IOS33
00000001-00000022 00000001-00000022 IOS34
00000001-00000023 00000001-00000023 IOS35
00000001-00000024 00000001-00000024 IOS36
00000001-00000025 00000001-00000025 IOS37: First to repair the signing bug found in all earlier IOS versions
00000001-00000026 00000001-00000026 IOS38: Contains drivers for Wii Speak.
00000001-00000028 00000001-00000028 IOS40: Present in Korean system
00000001-00000029 00000001-00000029 IOS41: Present in Korean system
00000001-0000002b 00000001-0000002b IOS43: Present in Korean system
00000001-0000002d 00000001-0000002d IOS45: Present in Korean system
00000001-0000002e 00000001-0000002e IOS46: Korea-exclusive IOS
00000001-00000032 00000001-00000032 IOS50: Used by System Menu 3.4.
00000001-00000033 00000001-00000033 IOS51: Used by the October 23rd Wii Shop Channel.
00000001-00000034 00000001-00000034 IOS52: Korea-exclusive IOS used by System Menu 3.5.
00000001-00000035 00000001-00000035 IOS53
00000001-00000037 00000001-00000037 IOS55
00000001-00000038 00000001-00000038 IOS56
00000001-00000039 00000001-00000039 IOS57
00000001-0000003c 00000001-0000003c IOS60: Used by System Menu 4.0.
00000001-0000003d 00000001-0000003d IOS61: Used by the Wii Shop Channel that came with System Menu 4.0.
00000001-00000100 00000001-00000100 BC: Unknown purpose -- Used to start GC games (Loads MIOS?)
00000001-00000101 00000001-00000101 MIOS: Gamecube compatibility IOS -- active while Gamecube games are being played on the Wii.
00010000-410E 00010000-34313045 Wii Backup Disc: Only known use of IOS16
00010000-RBPx 00010000-524250xx Pokemon Battle Revolution
00010000-REDx 00010000-524544xx Red Steel
00010000-RLGx 00010000-524c47xx Lego Star Wars: The game that was patched with homebrew code shown first at 24c3
00010000-RLIx 00010000-524c49xx Lego Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures
00010000-RM3x 00010000-524d33xx Metroid Prime 3: Corruption
00010000-RMAx 00010000-524d41xx Mario Power Tennis Wii Edition
00010004-RMCx 00010004-524d43xx Mario Kart Wii
00010000-RMGx 00010000-524d47xx SUPER MARIO GALAXY
00010000-RSBx 00010000-525342xx Super Smash Bros. Brawl
00010000-RSCx 00010000-525343xx Scarface: The world is yours
0001000?-RTYx 00010000-525459xx Wii Chess: Further examination of the update partition is needed. When put in and launched, the console prompts whether to do an update or not. The only way to cancel is to turn the console off.
00010000-RTZx 00010000-52545axx Zack & Wiki: Quest for Barbaros' Treasure
00010000-RWSx 00010000-525753xx MARIO & SONIC At The Olympic Games
00010000-RY2x 00010000-525932xx Rayman Raving Rabbids 2
00010000-RYWx 00010000-525957xx Big Brain Academy: Wii Degree
00010000-RZDx 00010000-525a44xx The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess
00010001-C9Yx 00010001-433959xx International Karate
00010001-EAJx 00010001-45414axx Metal Slug
00010001-FAKx 00010001-46414bxx The Legend of Zelda
00010001-FB2x 00010001-464232xx Super Mario Brothers: The Lost Levels
00010001-HADx 00010001-484144xx Opera / Internet Channel
00010001-HAJx 00010001-48414axx Everyone Votes Channel
00010001-HAPx 00010001-484150xx Check Mii Out Channel
00010001-HATx 00010001-484154xx Nintendo Channel
00010001-HAWx 00010001-484157xx Metroid Prime 3 Preview
00010001-HAZA 00010001-48415axx Photo Channel 1.1 (Europe?)
00010001-JAVx 00010001-4a4156xx Super Metroid
00010001-NAAx 00010001-4e4141xx Super Mario 64
00010001-NABx 00010001-4e4142xx Mario Kart 64
00010001-NACx 00010001-4e4143xx The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
00010001-NADx 00010001-4e4144xx Star Fox: Lylat Wars
00010001-NAEx 00010001-4e4145xx Paper Mario 64
00010001-NAFx 00010001-4e4146xx F-Zero X
00010001-NAHx 00010001-4e4148xx Yoshi's Story
00010001-NAIx 00010001-4e4149xx Wave Race 64
00010001-NAJx 00010001-4e414axx Sin and Punishment
00010001-NAKx 00010001-4e414bxx Pokemon Snap
00010001-NAMx 00010001-4e414dxx Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards
00010001-WBQx 00010001-574251xx Star Soldier R
00010001-WFCx 00010001-574643xx Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King
00010001-WTTx 00010001-575454xx Toki Tori
00010002-HAAA 00010002-48414141 Photo Channel
00010002-HABA 00010002-48414241 Shopping Channel
00010002-HACA 00010002-48414341 Mii Channel
00010002-HAFA 00010002-48414641 Weather Channel
00010002-HAFx 00010002-484146xx Forecast Channel
00010002-HAGA 00010002-48414741 News Channel
00010002-HAGx 00010002-484147xx News Channel
00010002-HAYA 00010002-48415941 Photo Channel 1.1
00010004-RFNx 00010004-52464exx WiiFit Channel
00010004-RMCx 00010004-524d43xx Mario Kart Channel, and Mario Kart game itself
00010005-WFCx 00010005-574643xx "Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King" Extra Content
00010008-DVDX 00010008-44564458 marcan's DVDX "Channel"
00010008-HAKx 00010008-48414bxx EULA
00010008-HALx 00010008-48414cxx rgnsel (region select)