Wii homebrew game developer HunterZ brings us a revival of Crack dot Com's 1995 game, Abuse. The 2D side-scrolling platform title brings us a dark adventure, ironically set against the backdrop of "beautiful lighting, realistic animation" and, not so ironically, "nasty alien-like creatures to destroy."
Abuse Wii can run from either SD or USB. Just copy the abuse folder to /apps/, and the game will detect the game path by determining where boot.dol was launched from. Note that the data/ subfolder must be present for the game to work, and the save/ subfolder must be present if you want to allow settings and saved game files to be created.
After installing on the Wii, the Abuse icon should show up under the Homebrew Channel. Just click it and select Load.
By Dolphin 3.0:
Abuse Wii can also run under Dolphin 3.0, although it doesn't seem to run very well. In order to do this, you must first run the emulator once to create User/Wii/sd.raw. Then, close Dolphin and use a tool like Winimage to inject an /apps/ folder and a copy of the abuse/ folder tree inside of that.
After installing to User/Wii/sd.raw, select Config->Wii->Insert SD Card and Graphics->External Frame Buffer->Real. Then, select Open and browse to a copy of the game's boot.dol file. Finally, select Play to run the game.
- Abuse was originally designed for keyboard + mouse on the PC. For the Wii port, these have been replaced with Nunchuk (or Classic Controller Pro held in left hand) + Wiimote.
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