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    Us Playing N64 .wads...

    Hi there!

    Well, my softmodding of 4.1u has been successful, and I have homebrew, neogamma, and world of goo (:P) installed.

    Now, I would like to know if there is a way to play Nintendo 64 .wad files without using the N64 Homebrew emulator, and if it is possible to play without a classic controller... I have the .wad files of Mario Kart, Starfox, Super Smash Bros., etc., yet if any of them end up working through the .wad installer, they all need the classic controller...

    Thanks!

    -TheDarkPenguin

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDarkPenguin View Post
    Hi there!

    Well, my softmodding of 4.1u has been successful, and I have homebrew, neogamma, and world of goo (:P) installed.

    Now, I would like to know if there is a way to play Nintendo 64 .wad files without using the N64 Homebrew emulator, and if it is possible to play without a classic controller... I have the .wad files of Mario Kart, Starfox, Super Smash Bros., etc., yet if any of them end up working through the .wad installer, they all need the classic controller...

    Thanks!

    -TheDarkPenguin
    I install the wads through Wad Manager and they will appear as channels as for controls the only thing you can use to play is the Wii Classic Controller or the Gamecube Controller.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDarkPenguin View Post
    Hi there!

    Well, my softmodding of 4.1u has been successful, and I have homebrew, neogamma, and world of goo (:P) installed.

    Now, I would like to know if there is a way to play Nintendo 64 .wad files without using the N64 Homebrew emulator, and if it is possible to play without a classic controller... I have the .wad files of Mario Kart, Starfox, Super Smash Bros., etc., yet if any of them end up working through the .wad installer, they all need the classic controller...

    Thanks!

    -TheDarkPenguin
    Wad install would be the only other way that I know of as of right now other than using an emu. You are also right about the wad installation, you will have to use a classic controller or GC pad, for now.
    Last edited by Tealc; 07-24-2009 at 10:22 AM. Reason: Missing quote bracket
    MK WFC ID: 4468 9216 9667.... Let's play!

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    How did you get it all to work, I am on 4.1e and i'm having so many problems can you tell me all the things you did to get it working please. thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by mardyart View Post
    How did you get it all to work, I am on 4.1e and i'm having so many problems can you tell me all the things you did to get it working please. thanks
    you have to find some virtual games on the web and download onto your wii's sd and then use WAD manager and select SD slot and then just boot the games you want to boot. I Warn You N64 Take Up A Lot Of Space

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