Wii Emulator For Android





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Published on Aug 7, 2013

NOTE: This is not an emulator that runs natively on Android! This is more akin to a Wireless Video Bridge. As long as your Wi-Fi connection holds out, you can play Wii games on your mobile device anywhere in your home!

This video tutorial will show you how play Wii games on your Android tablet using a wireless 360 controller. Below is a list of requirements for this project.

Android tablet (At Least Kindle Fire specs)
Splashtop Streamer app (Free)
Windows PC with Splashtop Streamer installed
Wi-Fi Network
Wireless Gaming Receiver for Windows (Xbox Controller)
Wireless 360 Controller
Dolphin Emulator and Wii Games

You will need to download Splashtop Streamer to your Android Device and the server portion of the application to your Windows PC. The next thing you will need is the Wii emulator, Dolphin along with any required files. Of course you will need Wii games. This may be the hard part. I recommend at least an Intel Core i5 CPU to get this job done. I recommend setting your PC to a 1366x768 resolution. But, find what works for you. The latency is really low so the games are very playable in a somewhat portable fashion. You don't need any wires. I also recommend setting Splashtop Streamer from "Sharp" to "Smooth" to get the lowest latency possible.

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