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    Lightbulb Sneeky Compiler 3.3 - NAND Emulator

    Sneeky Compiler 3.3

    It is a tool for Windows 32-bit systems, which specializes in the compilation of Sneek, a NAND emulator. The goal of this application is to make SNEEK more accessible to beginners.

    In older versions you could only load the latest version SNEEK-Fixed, so now you can also download any SNEEK-Rev. Furthermore, the program has been improved graphically.

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    I haven't seen this on the forum and I thought some people may find this useful.
    Last edited by CJSS; 12-30-2010 at 11:21 PM.

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    The developer posts here whenever he updates. According to him he's at 3.1 though?
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    Impossible! I've beaten a Wii Hacks member to news?
    Nah I noticed there were some Sneeky Compilers but not this version so I posted it.
    Do you or anyone else actually know how to use it, maybe a simple tut or something?
    I'm starting to get back into c++ and am currently installing devkit but what actually is this NAND emulator for, what can you do with it (emulate the Wii NAND, ha ha very funny)?

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    I don't use SNEEK so I would be clueless. The only NAND emulation I have experience with is Triiforce. Cile would probably know how to use it.
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