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Wii no Ma

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Title Screen

Wii no Ma

Developer: Nintendo
Publisher: Nintendo
Platform: Wii
Released in JP: May 1, 2009

GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.

See, this is why game preservation is important.
This game is defunct.
Do note the game no longer works at all without modifications. This is most likely due to the game's servers being shut down. As a result, further official developments with the game are unlikely to happen.

Wii no Ma was one of the many Wii Channels which featured video streaming, shopping, and other stuff. It was only around for three years, though, and then only in Japan. It's possible to restore some functionality by installing WiiLink.

Build Date

Present at the beginning of 00000000.app (opening.bnr) is the codename, build date and builder of the channel:


Unused Graphics

Present in 00000002.app/g3d are a few unused graphics in the 3D models.

In Company_Sel.lex, there is a dummy picture.

Wii no Ma Dummy Company Placard.png

Company_Placard_Dummy has a picture which simply says "dummy" on it.

In Poster.lex, there are two dummy pictures.

Wii no Ma Dummy Poster 1.png

Poster_Dummy has a picture of the Wii no Ma logo. It also seems to be using a different font for the No Ma portion of the text.

Wii no Ma Dummy Poster 2.png

Poster_Dummy_02 has a less interesting looking picture.

In Regional_Poster.lex, there is another dummy picture.

Wii no Ma Regional Poster.png

Regional_Poster says "チラシダミーテクスチャ" (Flyer Dummy Texture).

In 00000002.app/layout, there is a few more unused graphics.

Screen_Test.lex in the Screen_Test folder has two more unused graphics...


Screen_Test_BG.tpl has this picture which was probably used to test if the screen width and height were perfect. The numbers correspond to the width in pixels when the channel is being used in 4:3 (608) and 16:9 (832) aspect ratio.

Sircles are the edgiest shapes ever.

Sircle.tpl has a circle in a square.