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Helium BoyBertil Hörberg

Helium Boy is a surprisingly slick but extremely short homebrew game in which a boy uses balloons to float through his environment collecting floating stars. There’s only one level, so even if it takes you a few tries to make it to the end you’ll still be finished in less than an hour even if you try to collect every star (although I admit I could only find 29 out of 30). But this is still one of the most professional-looking homebrew games for the Wii, and one can only hope the designer decides to create some more levels.

JustWoody

Just your basic MahJong game, but a notably slick one with nice graphics, the ability to get a hint or shuffle tiles if you’re stuck and a very pretty song that unfortunately wears out its welcome pretty quickly. There are games that cost money that are inferior to this nice little homebrew title.

Beardface

PortiiValve’s puzzle 3D game Portal has inspired a number of 2D knock-offs like Portal: The Flash Game. Two such games exist as Wii homebrew games, Portii and StillAliveWii, which I discuss below. Portii is a fun, tricky game in which you use a gun that creates portals that take you from one part of a level to another. While it uses the central portals concept of the original, Portii has a different approach to level design, making players gather slices of cake and requiring quick reflexes to create portals to keep the avatar from falling through space to its death.Beneath a Steel Sky It’s interesting to see someone put their own spin on a familiar game mechanic.

Revolution Software

The SCUMMVM engine allows you to play point-and-click LucasArts adventure games on a variety of platforms. Installing SCUMVM on a homebrewed Wii will let you play any of the old LucasArts games (or other games that use that engine) such as Day of the Tentacle or Loom, but you need to own the original disks to play them.StillAliveWii The exceptions are a handful of adventure games that have been re-released as freeware, the most notable of which is Beneath a Steel Sky, a minor classic from the folks who went on to create the Broken Sword series. Originally designed as a PC game, Sky works beautifully on the point-and-click-friendly Wii.

t4ils

Unlike Portii (see above), StillAliveWii’s level design feels very similar to that of Portal, with the same basic traverse-an-impassable room puzzle style. A port of a DS homebrew game, StillAliveWii expands slowly beyond portals to switches, moveable barrels and turret guns. The game is probably my favorite of all the Portal clones I’ve played, but if you like one you should play them all. You can even play the internet flash game on your Wii if you have an internet connection, the internet channel and a connected keyboard. (You don’t even need the homebrew channel.)

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