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Uses Either:
Wii This user is running System Menu 3.1U on their Wii.
Wii This user is running System Menu 4.0U on their Wii.

Userbox homebrew channel.png This user has installed the Homebrew Channel version 1.0.3 on their Wii.
BootMii This user has installed BootMii on their Wii.
DVDX This user has installed DVDX on their Wii.

Wii Stuff

2 Wii Remotes This user owns 2 Wii Remotes.
Nunchuck alternative.svg This user owns 2 Nunchuks.
ClassicController.svg This user owns 2 Classic Controllers.
GameCube Controller This user owns 2 broken GameCube Controllers.


WiiDrawing.svg --=BKW=-- WiiDrawing.svg
en This user is a native speaker of English.
es This user kinda speaks Spanish.
Windows Flag.png This user develops using Windows.
C++ This user codes in C++.
Wii This user codes in Wii.
BKW loves userboxes.
id info
id1 info id2
Maddox This user wants Maddox to update.

Current Projects

WiiDrawing.svgJump to WiiMoveIt.



WiiDrawing.svgRelease dates are not set. I'm doing the above when I want to, so it will be a while. WiiMoveIt is the current project that I'm really working on, but I have two more idea projects below it (and GRiiD will be incorporated into WiiMoveIt).


WiiDrawing.svgWell, I plan on becoming proficient in C++ as well as maybe some Windows API (because that's like a new language on its own). I would also like to develop something decent for the Wii, and I have a project I'm starting (WiiMoveIt), but it will probably take most of the summer for me to get it to work right. As for my programming background; I have no background. I started self-teaching through and tutorials in February of 2009. After getting the basis of C/C++ I now also learn from looking at source code.

WiiDrawing.svgWell as for Wii HomeBrew... I read about it a few months before January of 2009, but never did anything. Then, in January, after renting the infamous Zelda game for the Wii and using the Twilight Hack v0.1beta1, I got homebrew while at my grandmother's house. Much thanks to Team Twiizers and anyone who helped with Devkit Pro.