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Revision as of 03:46, 10 September 2012

RetroArch Wii
Author(s)Themaister, Squarepusher, Toad King
TypeMulti-System Emulator
Wiimote.svg Nunchuck alternative.svg ClassicController.svg GameCube Controller Loads files from the Front SD slot Loads files from SDHC cards in the Front SD slot USB mass storage device



  • CPS-1
  • CPS-2
  • Neo-Geo


  • Mega Drive/Genesis/SEGA CD
  • Nintendo Entertainment System (NES)
  • Neo Geo Pocket
  • PC Engine (CD)/TurboGrafx 16 (CD)/SuperGrafx (Fast version)
  • PC-FX
  • Sega Master System


  • GameBoy/GameBoy Color
  • GameBoy Advance
  • Game Gear
  • Virtual Boy
  • WonderSwan
  • Lynx


Copy the entire directory (retroarch-wii) to your SD card in your 'apps' directory. Start up the Homebrew Channel and start up RetroArch Wii from there.

On first startup, RetroArch will create a folder in the root of your storage device called 'retroarch'. All RetroArch configuration files are stored here.

You can now select a ROM that this core supports and load it in the Filebrowser.

Selecting Cores

RetroArch will select one of the dozen or so emulator/game cores on start-up. The name of the core currently loaded will be shown at the bottom side of the screen. To select a different core - go to the Settings menu (see 'Ingame controls'). Select the option 'Core' and hit the A button. A filebrowser will appear where you can select a different core. Press A to switch to the emulator/game core.

After doing so, select 'Restart RetroArch' to load the newly selected core.