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spinal
Created : 10 June 2017
Edited : 10 June 2017

Wii to N64 adapter



Not much of a blog post, but I made a Wii Classic controller to N64 adapter.
It works just the same as my PS2->N64 adapter only without rumble, the Classic controller doesn't support that

Wii64 (.zip)

So there you go.

I tested it with an official Wii Classic controller and an 8bitdo NES classic bluetooth adapter.

One thing I noticed is that Mario 64 doesn't like how sensitive the joystick is on a Wii U pro controller...

 

Comments


Saturday, 10 June 2017, 11:43
Jayenkai
Why.. What does Mario64 do!? *imagines Mario running at 64 times his regular speed*
Saturday, 10 June 2017, 11:50
spinal
Nah, There doesn't seem to be a dead-zone coded, there shouldn't be any need, the way the N64 stick is 'supposed' to work. So It's just far too sensitive.