Play Wii Flash Games online through your Nintendo Wii's Opera web browser. Choose from our growing selection of Wii Playable flash games that are compatible with
your Nintendo Wii's motion-sensitive controllers (or wiimotes). To play the online games listed below, your wiimote will act as the mouse and the 'A' button on your wiimote will act as the mouse's 'left click' button. You can also play now at your computer by simply using your mouse.
Just click on the PLAY link for one of the wii flash games listed below.
PSA: Xbox One is not backwards compatible in dev mode
Enabling developer mode on your Xbox One can lead to bad news bears, so doing so is generally ill-advised. Dev mode also doesn't suddenly make your Xbox One backwards compatible, no matter what some picture you saw on the Internet tells you.
An image that has been circulating around the Interwebz - which we've posted below the break - claims that by following six simple steps, your Xbox One will allow you to play Xbox 360 games. In reality, following these six simple steps is more likely to result in allowing your Xbox One to play the part of "paperweight" in your new one-man/woman play, "O! Technology."
Should you follow the steps listed below, the Xbox One will get caught in an infinite boot cycle, thus rendering it inoperable.
Overkill has issued a significant update for the PS3 version of Payday 2, bringing that console's version up to par with the latest version of the game on PC.
There are over 200 tweaks that have been made to the PS3 game, including a complete overhaul of the weapons rating system, adjustments to how stealth works and some fixes for a few persistent crash bugs. The game's economy system has also been updated to pay out more cash for looted bags as well as XP from completed missions.
The full patch notes are quite extensive, so feel free to pore over them in this Steam post. A patch for the Xbox 360 version is currently in the works.
Pikmin 3 trailer tours new mission mode DLC levels
Nintendo issued a new trailer to show off the latest set of downloadable content for Pikmin 3, which launched this week. Announced during a Nintendo Direct livestream in November, the DLC offers players the opportunity to play as the protagonist of the first two games in the series, Captain Olimar, for one level.
The three extra content packs amount to four battle and four treasure remixed stages for $1.99 each, as well as a mission mode map pack with eight brand new environments for $4.99. The downloadable levels include Clockwork Chasm, which has an abundance of gears and conveyor belts, as well as the holiday-themed Fortress of Festivity. Those that update Pikmin 3 will receive four of the mission mode stages for free.
PSA: Free Baktrian faction invades Total War: Rome 2
Creative Assembly's Total War: Rome 2 has again added another historical group. This time around it's the Baktrians, and they're available as a free download.
For those who nodded off in history class, the Baktrians were a group living on the Eastern fringes of the Hellenistic states founded by those lesser rulers who followed Alexander the Great. As a result, the region quickly became an invaluable trade route between Europe and the Middle East, and Asian nations more closely located to the Pacific and Indian Oceans. This constant influx of economy (and thus culture) lead to an amazingly varied population, and the new Total War: Rome 2 DLC reportedly reflects this by offering "players a diverse battle experience ... blending units from the Greek rosters with those of Eastern cultures."
Being free, grabbing this DLC is simple. Fire up Steam and Valve's distribution platform should pull down the update automatically. While you wait, why not bone up on your history? Creative Assembly has crafted a solid background page on the Baktrians, and let's be honest, how many of you had ever heard the term before this article?
Cut the Rope 2 gobbles up all the candy on iOS Dec.19
Cut the Rope 2, the sequel to the physics-based puzzler from Zeptolab, will launch as a universal app on iOS December 19.
The first artwork for the game, visible in the gallery below, shows the return of Om Nom, the candy-crazed protagonist of the first game, but he's also brought along some friends. Not much else about the sequel is known, but if you load up the original Cut the Rope right now, you'll notice a suspicious lack of Om Nom, who has been oddly replaced by a pair of spiders.
Call of Duty: Ghosts patched on Wii U, GamePad Scoreboard introduced
Treyarch has released an update for the Wii U version of Call of Duty: Ghosts adding a platform-exclusive Scoreboard feature and smoothing out a long list of multiplayer issues.
Post-update, the Wii U version of Call of Duty: Ghosts now features a GamePad Scoreboard panel, letting players sneak a quick glance at their multiplayer stats mid-battle. The Scoreboard also lets players mute annoying opponents easily using the GamePad's touchscreen.
The latest patch additionally improves texture resolution during certain Campaign mode missions and fixes numerous multiplayer bugs, spawn issues, and lobby-related crashes. The full list of improvements is after the break below.
Free DLC guides roguelike Eldritch to the Mountains of Madness
Eldritch, Minor Key Games' attempt to blend Lovecraftian horror with a first-person take on the roguelike dungeon crawl, will be developing a few new diabolical symmetries on December 19 with the release of the Mountains of Madness DLC.
The good news here is that this addition is utterly free. If you own Eldritch, simply download the DLC once it's available, and it's all yours. The bad news is that beyond that we know very little. Minor Key Games has released the above trailer for the DLC, but unless the most horrifying thing you can imagine is inexplicably huge penguins, the footage is scant on the kind of psychological horror players would hope for from a DLC named for one of the Lovecraft's most famous stories.
With less than two weeks left until Mountains of Madness debuts, it seems we'll have to wait until then to see exactly what it adds. Personally, I'm hoping for something squamous, but I could easily go for a few unknowable geometries or an antediluvian deity representing entropy itself.
Judge or be judged in new Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc screens, trailer
Anime archetypes and evil remote-controlled bears engage in a murderous battle of wits in Spike Chunsoft's Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc, a visual novel set for release next year on the PlayStation Vita. Publisher NIS America sets the stage this week with an array of new screenshots, along with the introductory trailer above.
Danganronpa finds a group of high school students trapped in an academy headed up by Monokuma, a two-faced bear that sounds like an unhinged cross between Persona 4's Teddie and a Prinny from the Disgaea series. The only way to win Monokuma's deadly game is to kill a fellow student and not be identified as the murderer in a group-led courtroom trial afterward, under penalty of execution.
Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc will premiere at retail in North America and digitally via PSN on February 11, 2014.
Stick it to the Man reaches its pink spaghetti arm to Steam this month
Yep, this one still looks cool. Stick it to the Man is coming to PC via Steam on December 13, after hitting PS3 and Vita earlier this year. Stick it to the Man is a jazz-infused, neon-colored action adventure game written by Adventure Time comic author Ryan North and from developer Zoink.
The game follows Ray, a dude in a city made of stickers and paper, who wakes up one day with a giant pink spaghetti arm sticking out of his brain. This allows him to manipulate the flimsy world around him, and also to read people's minds. Because giant pink spaghetti arm.
The "Lost Clones" add-on slaps another 20 levels, including new Trophies and a DLC-specific leaderboard, on top of the base game. "Lost Clones" is available for download today for $3.99 in North America and £2.99 in Europe. In Curve Studios' announcement post, the studio says it currently has no plans to release the DLC for the iOS version, though it hasn't ruled out the possibility.
Stealth Inc. - A Clone in the Dark, previously known as Stealth Bastard on other platforms, is a stealth puzzle game where players must stick to the shadows while guiding a clone through a testing facility chock full of traps and robot sentries. The game is both cross-buy and cross-save enabled on PlayStation platforms.
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The text should still be readable, and the games should still be playable without having to zoom in using your wiimote's plus button. This does not apply to flash games that we link to at external web sites where screen resolution may vary.