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'''Team Twiizers''' is our resident elite (1337) hacker (h4x0r) dream-team consisting of [[User:tmbinc|tmbinc]], [[User:segher|segher]], and [[User:bushing|bushing]]. They often collaborate with fellow elite hacker [[User:marcan|Marcan]]. They are the reason nice things happen around here, like the [[Twilight Hack]], the [[Homebrew Channel]], and the [[Homebrew apps/Menu_Loader|Menu Loader]].
 
'''Team Twiizers''' is our resident elite (1337) hacker (h4x0r) dream-team consisting of [[User:tmbinc|tmbinc]], [[User:segher|segher]], and [[User:bushing|bushing]]. They often collaborate with fellow elite hacker [[User:marcan|Marcan]]. They are the reason nice things happen around here, like the [[Twilight Hack]], the [[Homebrew Channel]], and the [[Homebrew apps/Menu_Loader|Menu Loader]].
Team Twiizers essentially invented the Wii Homebrew scene as we know it with the release of the Twilight Hack and Homebrew Channel, and currently are working on a variety of projects, including a study of Wii bricks and custom booting to allow independence from future Nintendo updates needed to run new releases.
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Team Twiizers essentially invented the Wii Homebrew scene as we know it with the release of the Twilight Hack and Homebrew Channel, and currently are working on a variety of projects, including a study of Wii bricks and custom booting to allow independence from Nintendo updates that may be otherwise necessary in the future to newer games.
 
<br>See also: [[Twiizers Fanmail]]
 
<br>See also: [[Twiizers Fanmail]]

Revision as of 07:07, 8 August 2008

Team Twiizers is our resident elite (1337) hacker (h4x0r) dream-team consisting of tmbinc, segher, and bushing. They often collaborate with fellow elite hacker Marcan. They are the reason nice things happen around here, like the Twilight Hack, the Homebrew Channel, and the Menu Loader. Team Twiizers essentially invented the Wii Homebrew scene as we know it with the release of the Twilight Hack and Homebrew Channel, and currently are working on a variety of projects, including a study of Wii bricks and custom booting to allow independence from Nintendo updates that may be otherwise necessary in the future to newer games.
See also: Twiizers Fanmail