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'''French Sites'''

Revision as of 16:37, 5 January 2009

Many developers within the WiiBrew community have a blog with details on the projects they are currently working on. This page lists general homebrew related sites including developer blogs, forums, news sites and other wikis. For links to the homepages of specific homebrew applications, see Homebrew apps.

Developer Blogs

Many developers within the WiiBrew community have a blog with details on the projects they are currently working on.

Some of the most influential people behind Wii homebrew and creators of the Homebrew Channel. This blog features technical discussions related to reverse-engineering the Wii.
Author of several homebrew tools for the Wii including a TCP loader and is currently working on bringing USB mass storage functionality to the Wii.
Maintains, along with Askot, the homebrew projects Snes9x and FCE Ultra for the Wii.
Blog of one of the original Team Twiizers members. Although not currently Wii-focused, the blog covers many topics of console security and hacking.
Maintains WiiMU, along with several other projects. He has a text-based blog, like marcan used to.
Blog for Muzer and his developments in miight. - Muzer
Blog based around Wii Homebrew and other technology news as well as Reviews of Games and Homebrew.
The blog of GeckoOS's creator and maintainer

Forums and News Sites

There is an official WiiBrew Forum. However, there are also a number of other forum type sites which may be of interest:

English Sites

French Sites

German Sites

  • WiiHack
  • Dev-Szene.de A recently founded German homebrew developer website. There are already some skilled people.

Spanish Sites

  • ElOtroLado Forum has many skilled people. Highly recommended, even if you can't read Spanish. (Use a translator or something.)


Usually news which appears on any of these sites gets picked up soon by the others.