Difference between revisions of "Wiituka"

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| type        = Emulator
| type        = Emulator
| author      = [[User:D_Skywalk|D_Skywalk]]
| author      = [[User:D_Skywalk|D_Skywalk]]
| display    =  
| display    = Auto PAL/NTSC, 16:9
| version    = 0.98.0
| download    = [http://wiituka.dantoine.org/ http://wiituka.dantoine.org]
| download    = [http://wiituka.dantoine.org/ http://wiituka.dantoine.org]
| source      = [http://wiituka.dantoine.org/ Not yet.]
| source      = Not yet.
| peripherals = {{wiimote2}} {{USBKeyboard}} {{FrontSD}} {{WiFi}} {{Internet}}
| peripherals = {{wiimote2}} {{USBKeyboard}} {{FrontSD}} {{WiFi}} {{Internet}}

Revision as of 00:24, 23 April 2009

Wiituka, CPC Emulator
File:Wiituka logo v2.png
WiiMote2.svg USB Keyboard Loads files from the Front SD slot Local WiFi Internet


The Amstrad CPC range was an 8bit microcomputer family released on June 21st, 1984. These computers were sold as a complete bundle including a colour or green screen monitor and a main storage system. CPC was an acronym of Colour Personal Computer. The first digit was a code for the main storage system;'4' denoted a tape deck and '6' a 3-inch floppy disk drive. The Amstrad CPC range included the following models:

  • Amstrad CPC 464, 64Kb RAM
  • Amstrad CPC 472, 64Kb RAM (only sold in Spain)
  • Amstrad CPC 664, 64Kb RAM
  • Amstrad CPC 6128, 128Kb RAM

The CPC series was very popular in Europe, mainly in the United Kingdom, France, Spain and Germany (where the CPC was sold under the Schneider brand). Amstrad plc. entered the computing market with the CPC series. They even dominated the European market with their PC clones the PC1512 and 1640. Sales of CPC units are estimated at about 2 million.

You are looking at a machine thats hardware was packed with its Z80A 4MHz processor, 4 channels of sound that made for perfect atmospheres in games, and a very advanced graphical chip for its time: different graphical modes and graphical resolutions changes whilst running. Very few machines have been as big as the CPC was, it survived for more than 10 years and it's a beloved and well known machine by two generations of computing fans that remember it.

About Wiituka

Wiituka is the first release of a fantastic emulator of this 8bit computer, developed by D_Skywalk

Usually noob user, feel sad with computer emulator, because the doesn't even know how to RUN games.. we Wiituka issue is solved.. because automatically download the games, and execute it like!! "Virtual Console" or Hombrew Browser!!! also using the Gunstick Emulation with the wiimote is incredible!!!

Current Wiituka Features

  • Is like real an Amstrad CPC 6128.
  • A comfortable Interface that tries to resemble "Virtual Console"
  • With online support, download your games from coach.
  • First emulator with CPC Gunstick Emulation (Yeah!)
  • And the first Wii program that emulates a Green Monitor (Wtf!?!)

And in the next Version

  • Redefine WiiMote Keys
  • Game List with Screenshots
  • Snapshot (and tape?) Support
  • Roms details, votes and many more!


By Default the emulators start with a joystick config on Wiimote1 and Cursor config on Wiimote2.

Wiimote 1

Wiimote1.svg Action
Wiimote A Button Joystick Fire Button 1 / Gunstick Fire
Wiimote 2 Button Joystick Fire Button 1
Wiimote 1 Button Joystick Fire Button 2
Wiimote D-Pad Right Joystick Right
Wiimote D-Pad Left Joystick Left
Wiimote D-Pad Up Joystick Up
Wiimote D-Pad Down Joystick Down
Wiimote - Button Change to Cursor Config (Wiimote 2 default).
Wiimote HOME Button Pause Wiituka

Wiimote 2

WiiMote2.svg Action
Wiimote A Button [A] Key
Wiimote 2 Button [A] Key
Wiimote 1 Button [SPACE] Key
Wiimote D-Pad Right Cursor Right
Wiimote D-Pad Left Cursor Left
Wiimote D-Pad Up Cursor Up
Wiimote D-Pad Down Cursor Down
Wiimote - Button Change to Joystick Config (Wiimote 1 default).
Wiimote HOME Button Pause Wiituka



^Tayra^, ^MiSaTo^, xzakox, Kaos Overdrive, Manny2008

Moral Support

^Tayra^, Pelayo

Coding Info

  • Thx to NoNameNo to made Grrlib!!
  • Thx to wplaat for public your code.
  • Thx to Davyg for your keyboard lib.