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    How to play NES Games on wii? (all options)

    OK so newbie here (and yes, I've introduced myself ). I softmoded my wii using mauifrogs guide softmod any wii. I'm currently exploring apps and learning about how everything works. One thing I'm interested in, that I haven't found much info on, is playing NES or SNES games on a wii. The most desirable option for me would be to play them off of a harddrive using wiiflow (i think thats it?) so I just click the game and play like I would with any wii game. I have the original legend of Zelda and super mario brothers as well as other NES/SNES games so it would be legal for me to play them off a harddrive is this an option? If not what is the best option to play NES SNES games on my wii? In your humble opinon of course. Thanks in advance! And sorry if this has been asked, and if I missed it. I tried to find it I swear!

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    Check out the first part of the emulation guide in my sig.
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    Haven't checked yet but thank you sir

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    Also if you want to play via ISO through your USB loader you can check out PunEmu. There is a guide on here somewhere.
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