A much needed update for our loyal users

Nintendo Wii/DSi 2000 Points Card For FreeWe have an update for all our free Wii points generator users! We have now made it even easier for you to get your free Wii points! We have recently updated ALL of our offers that are included in our content lockers, making it even easier and faster for you claim your codes. The days of long surveys are gone folks, and now we have new, easy, FREE offers that will speed things up a bit for you.

We started this whole site when a few of us got together and complained about the cost of the Wii console and the games, and then the topic turned to how you had to purchase “Wii Points” for extra content. Why should you have to pay extra after you have already broke your bank account to buy the system or the hot new game that just came out? We were also a little disappointed that all the older games were included in this new Wii point shenanigans. While we aren’t knocking the quality of the new Wii games that have been coming out (I for one am a HUGE fan of Mario Galaxy) but why should anyone have to pay for the old games that are so widely loved by all? The original Mario Bros game costs 500 Wii points, and the smallest amount of Wii points you can buy on a card is 2000, which costs $19.99. Plus tax. The Legend of Zelda is also 500 points. Oldies but goodies, yes I know.

You can also use Wii points to purchase Wii Ware, which are newer games created by Nintendo that are more current and fun to play, but lacking a lot of content and the “greatness” to be released as an actual Wii game in the stores. And not to mention half the games you actually do buy in the store you need to buy some gadget or contraption to put the Wii controller into so you can even play the game. And note that this “gizmo” you need is between $30-$50 and is NOT included with the game itself.

So we sat down and logged in God only knows how many hours at our computers with every used Wii points card we could muster up from everyone we knew adding in each number to our program to see if we could find any patterns or links between the numbers on each of the cards to discover just how Nintendo generates their points. The more codes we entered in, the more patterns we discovered until we were able to see exactly how they do it.

Once we accomplished that we were able to write our own programs (which took even more hours I would hate to have to count) that generate codes just like Nintendo. And we test our generator all the time to make sure that Nintendo hasn’t gone and changed their own program. If and when they do, we are confident that we will be right on top of that for you so you can keep playing your Wii and enhancing your own Wii experience.