Codes are in the description of the video, as they are in WiiRD Code Database and GSCentral forums
I’ll just copy and paste what I wrote in the Youtube video description:
Here is another custom Wii channel I made; a request by someone on Wadder Forums who goes by “murdaz”. This channel was created using 2 legal base wads made by CountZero (1 for banner, and 1 for Icon). The video rendering causes the icon to look pixelated, but it really isn’t. Its just something that Sony Vegas sharpened for some reason.
In Brief: A custom channel forwarder for Smashing! homebrew game. The channel itself does not contain the game.
All forms of hacking involve some risk of accidental brick. Make sure you have some sort of Brick protection before installation. NintendoBros will not be held responsible for any accidents!
What exactly is a forwarder? Its basically a channel which when launched, leads to a specified boot.dol file in your SD card. In this case, the boot.dol of your smashing folder (the smashing! game app). The channel itself does not contain any app, so launch will fail and reboot the system if the smashing directory is not found on your SD card.
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*Your current point cards must increase/decrease for the code to take effect (ASM). Either buy something, or earn SP Cards for max.
***CODES for Gecko OS/Ocarina – Homebrew Apps***
Nintendo delivers a dish best served cold…
I haven’t logged in for quite a while, reason being that CPU takes up alot more of my time than it should, so I have been trying to avoid getting on the Net, although I have been downloading stuff. Does this mean I will be accepting new Team3rs?
-Post by: Jose Gallardo
I am still making codes every now and then, but there are just too many WiiRD hackers on the [wiird & GSCentral] forums, that there really isn’t much left to hack by the time I get my hands on a new game. There are a few PAL games that need some basic hacking though. Aside from that, I have also made a few custom Brawl textures, installing/hacking my Windows OS, and a whole bunch of other stuff involving binary. But what I am really interested in is having my custom Wii Theme completed. So if you know how to install custom Wii Themes, then you are in luck: