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How To Get Project M

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Published on Jun 26, 2013

How To Get Project M

Project M is a community-made mod of Brawl inspired by Super Smash Bros. Melee's gameplay designed to add rich, technical gameplay to a balanced cast of characters while additionally enhancing the speed of play.

http://projectmgame.com/en/download

This tutorial is specifically for those who have already gotten the Homebrew Channel on their Nintendo Wiis.

Important Notice:
The downloads below are for NTSC Brawl Discs and Wii's only. PAL users: there is currently no release for PAL.

Requirements to play:
Your SD card must be less than or equal to 2 Gigabytes to use Project M. If your SD card exceeds 2GB, you can use Riivolution if your Wii is softmodded.

Steps
1)Delete any custom Brawl stage files on your Wii and SD Card! Don't assume that because you haven't made any there aren't any; 3 custom stages are included with a new savefile of Brawl

2)Install the files to the root of your SD Card with the installer. If you downloaded the zip file, unzip the file and open the folder that comes out. Move the contents of that folder to your SD Card

3) If you are running Super Smash Bros. Brawl on USB Hard Drive, go to Configurable USB Loader. Go to Super Smash Bros. Brawl. Select Options. Make sure that Oscarina is ON and Hook Type is VIB. Run the game, and Smash Bros. Brawl Project M will start running.

If you run from a Super Smash Bros. Brawl disc, go to vault then stage builder. Gecko OS will launch; select Launch Game. Project M should start running.

4) Go enjoy Project M!

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