Name Downloads Filesize
USA Super Smash Bros Brawl 419368 6.90 GB
USA Ben 10 Omniverse 2 405574 615.5 MB
USA Mario Kart Wii 345480 2.78 GB
Europe Ashes Cricket 2009 324331 852.6 MB
Europe Inazuma Eleven Strikers 291263 3.92 GB
USA Winter Sports 3 267536 4.03 GB
USA Mario Sports Mix 262709 4.32 GB
USA Sonic Colors 262091 3.87 GB
USA Legend of Zelda - Skyward Sword 243702 4.12 GB
USA Dragonball Z - Budokai Tenkaichi 3 211426 3.21 GB
USA Fire Emblem - Radiant Dawn 207922 3.05 GB
USA Super Mario Galaxy 186271 3.43 GB
USA Xenoblade Chronicles 174320 6.46 GB
USA New Super Mario Bros 173481 538.8 MB
USA Disney Sing It - High School Musical 3 Senior Year 170088 4.22 GB
USA Pokemon Battle Revolution 161402 1.12 GB
USA Ben 10 Omniverse 160303 1.04 GB
USA Guitar Hero 5 154085 4.17 GB
USA Resident Evil - The Umbrella Chronicles 151389 3.89 GB
USA Monster Hunter Tri 148573 2.81 GB
USA Super Mario Galaxy 2 134114 1.48 GB
USA Spectrobes Origins 127280 4.19 GB
USA Arc Rise Fantasia 126110 4.15 GB
USA Legend of Zelda - Twilight Princess 118888 1.14 GB
USA Mortal Kombat Armageddon 114751 3.85 GB
USA Dead Space - Extraction 108973 4.29 GB
USA Donkey Kong Country Returns 107530 3.51 GB
USA The Last Story 105941 5.03 GB
USA Far Cry - Vengeance 104139 3.14 GB
USA Wario Land - Shake It 101000 3.72 GB

How to use our Wii ISOs

Nintendo is known for being a family-friendly company and the Nintendo Wii takes this even further. The Wii games we have available for download include a ton of multiplayer and party games. Some great examples are the classic Mario Kart Wii and the slightly more mature Super Smash Bros Brawl. Naturally, the Wii continues the famous Zelda game series from both the N64 and GameCube with Legend of Zelda - Skyward Sword.

The best way to play our Wii ISOs (a game is called an ISO when it's stored on a disc and a ROM when it's stored on a cart) is by softmodding your real Wii console. There are various procedures depending on the version of the software on your Wii. The video shows one method but you will want to check for a method specifically for your Wii version.

The Dolphin Wii emulator is amazingly stable and plays most Wii games. It's highly recommended to use a real Wii motion controller when playing via Dolphin, though.