Adding a few more games:
- Sven Co-op (corruptor)
- Half-Life 2 (corruptor)
- Team Fortress 2
- Yoshi's Island (corruptor)
About the "corruptor" note: After some thought, I came to the conclusion that it didn't make much sense to exclude assets-only randomizers and game-specific corruptors from the list, as long as they're mostly stable and clearly identified.
However, I'm not sure where to draw the line for non-game-specific corruptors with randomization. On one extreme there's the Real-Time Corruptor
which only works for specific video game consoles. On the other extreme there corruptors that works on any kind of file and don't contain video game-specific features like Erosion
. And then there's the middle ground like the ROM Corruptor 5.999
. In all cases, crashes are almost guaranteed, and the results are not much different from non-game-specific corruptors without randomization like NoChaos
and the Vinesauce ROM Corruptor
. For now I'm considering excluding them altogether due to the low-level of randomness, but I'd like to have people's opinions on the matter.
By the way, thanks Bahamut ZERO for your kind words!
I suggest you pair your Wii Remote to your PC via Bluetooth if you still have issues with your Wii; that's what I do to play retro games myself.