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Wii Homebrew Channel turns 1.0

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Despite continuing efforts on Nintendo's part to thwart its installation, the Wii Homebrew Channel – which, as its name implies, enables the use of legal, homebrew games and apps on Wii – soldiers on, with development now hitting the version 1.0 milestone.

The big 1.0 brings a slew of changes, updates, and fixes, including support for multiple Wiimotes, the Wiimote's power button, the Classic Controller, and Nunchuk. If you're curious about the Wii homebrew scene and want to try the channel out for yourself, check out this handy-dandy guide.

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