Archive for the ‘Games’ Category

“Crayon Physics”-like game: Magic Pen

Sunday, April 26th, 2009

Here’s something that’ll make creating your own Wii worth-while. I really want to see this make it on the Wii but so far it has not.

You play with crayons and physics. The goal of the game is to move the red ball so that it collects the stars. You can cause the red ball to move by drawing physical objects.  Click to play

"Crayon physics"-like game

Several Online Wii Playable Game Sites

Sunday, April 26th, 2009

The simplest way to have fun with your new “Wii” system is through the freely available online flash games. What the gaming world has learned from the success of the Wii is that simple games when played with the Wii remote motion control, can be surprisingly fun.

Playable flash games

Playable flash games

To find these games, just simply google “flash online games” and you will come across literally thousands. Of course, finding quality ones, and through suited for the wii remote is a challenge. Here are a few sites that I found to be quite interesting:

  • (Best quality online flash games)
  • (Games choosen to be suitable for Wii-like systems)
  • (Lots of free flash games)

Check them out and share links to ones that you like. Cheers!

Air Hockey 2

Sunday, April 26th, 2009

Use your paddle hit the puck along the board and shoot it into the goal. Surprisingly fun. Click to play.

Air Hockey 2

Game: Skylocopter

Saturday, April 25th, 2009

Play Skylocopter Game and fly around in your helicopter collecting diamonds and keys to exit each level, watch out for adverseries and air mines, drop bombs using space and navigate using arrow keys. Click to play.


Game: Sniper Year One

Friday, April 24th, 2009

Sniper Year One

A nicely done sniper game that you can play with your new Wii-like system. Click to play.

Here’s a walk-through if you get into trouble.

Wii Simulator Created!!!

Tuesday, May 13th, 2008

Good news, for those of you who has built a PC wii but cannot play the wii games like wii sports:

Someone on youtube has created a Wii simulator that gives you a true wii experience including all of the wii-sports games. I have tried it out, and it looks pretty cool. Nice work, and keep them coming, guys!

Here are some info on the WiiPC simulator:


REQUIRES 200+ MB FREE SPACE. For more info…read the other included .txt files.

Demo Video:


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YouTube link to: wii simulator

Wii2DShoot code download

Sunday, January 6th, 2008

Here is the demo application I wrote in a couple of hours using XNA game studio. It was really simple. I think the Wii revolution has taught us that a game does not have to be a Hollywood blockbuster to be fun to play. I hope to write a tutorial on this sometime in the near feature so more people write their own PC-Wii games to share with others.

Download: installer, source code

Installation Notes:

Since this demo game is written using the Microsoft XNA platform, most likely you will need to download and install the following packages before you can run the game



Wednesday, January 2nd, 2008

Here you may find games and applications to test your system with. Feel free to post links to your projects in the comments section of this page, and I will add them to the download list for everyone to enjoy.

Test applications

WiiRemote – A simple application to test your connectivity of the wii-mote with your PC. It also emulates mouse movements. (download, website). Here’s a video of it in action.

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YouTube link to: wiimote


WiimoteDrumMachine – use the wiimote and nun-chuck and turn your PC into a drum machine!

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YouTube link to: wiimote drum machine

Wii2DShoot – a demo 2D “duck-hunt” like shooting game. Source code can be downloaded that shows you how to add Wiimote support for your games.

Rocket Commander – be a commander of a rocket spaceship and dodge asteroids in high speed action. The original game can be downloaded here. I took the source code and modified it with Wii-mote support and here is the source code of the Wiimote supported version.