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post #511 of 560
I am completely new to the wii and this forum. My wii number is 8458 2655 3798 0313
I am looking forward to mingling with anyone! Thank you!
post #512 of 560
There I have added it to my signature to make it easier and I cannot pm till I post five times so please add me and pm me anyone! I would greatly appreciate it!
post #513 of 560
morbidjuggla, I, too, am new to all this. I have registered your number. Now it appears you have to register mine 5940 4017 6137 7434. Let us see what happens.
bessmount
post #514 of 560
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Originally Posted by bessmount View Post

morbidjuggla, I, too, am new to all this. I have registered your number. Now it appears you have to register mine 5940 4017 6137 7434. Let us see what happens.
bessmount

When you swap codes, you will be able to have your Mii Channel populate w/ your "friend's" Miis - this will also include them in some games that utilize Miis - mainly Wii Sports & Wii Sports Resort.

You can also send/receive emails, pictures & occasionally game achievements to and/or from your Wii console friends - and in some cases allows one to deal less with - or even totally bypass in a few cases - swapping game specific friend codes. You can also "gift" Wii Shop content to another Wii user on your friend list - if you are feeling generous.

I'd personally LOVE the upcoming new Sonic game if anyone really appreciated my input here!
post #515 of 560
Thanks, jwebb.
post #516 of 560
3652 4881 1783 3703

please add me
post #517 of 560
mosthe great
I will add you in the next hour but please register my number - 5940 4017 6137 7434
My Miis think that nobody loves them!!
post #518 of 560
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Originally Posted by jwebb1970 View Post

No. Games w/ online play will have the blue Nintendo WFC (WiFi Connection) logo on the front cover.



Wii games w/ online play as well as additional paid content (like purchasing new songs for Rock Band/Guitar Hero, for instance) will have this logo:



Some of the more popular Nintendo-made online Wii games would be:

Mario Kart Wii - if you are more of the "casual" gamer & want some online play - you need to own this one NOW. A more serious gamer with a Wii? You should still own this NOW. And should you do so, post your Kart Friend Code so we can swap 'em & race! Another game that I play a lot & have since it came out.

Super Smash Bros Brawl - killer game. Very manic, yet kid friendly fighting game (all classic videogame characters - no blood). Online play used to be spotty at times, but has improved in quality as of late (at least when I have played, it works great).

Animal Crossing: City Folk - this one is the 1st Wii game to allow voice chat w/ the WiiSpeak mic add-on.

A few 3rd party faves:

Rock Band 2 - great online overall, excellent & growing catalog of new tracks you can buy. My own "most played" game in a while. Can count the days on 1 hand that have not seen RB2 get played at least a little since I got it XMAS day.

Guitar Hero World Tour - not as great as RB2, IMO, but still a very good game. If you want a "full band" music game for the family, get this one. Then buy the Rock Band 2 disc (GH instruments will work w/ RB2, but not vice versa)

Most current EA Sports titles (Madden, Tiger Woods, etc)

Call of Duty World at War

There are several others, as well as downloadable WiiWare titles from the Wii Shop Channel like Dr Mario or Onslaught. And online functions seem to be popping up on more future releases.

Online capable titles can have as little features as online high score leaderboards that get updated autmatically all the way to full on competitive/cooperative play. Your Rock Band 2 "band" can have 4 members, in four different locations worldwide, playing on different Wiis.

Sorta related & of interest to some here - I read an article yesterday where a new NPD report states that Wii is second only to XBOX360 in amount of users playing online via consoles. 50% of 360 folks play online, Wii users jumped to 29%. PS3 rounds out the list in 3rd. Interesting....


I would like to add a few games to the listing of WiFi games:
Rayman Raving Rabbids: TV Party
Rabbids Go Home
Endless Ocean : Blue World
post #519 of 560
yeah one question r any of ur wii's modded or softmodded?
post #520 of 560
Anyone having MKWii and/or SSBB here?
post #521 of 560
Hey everybody! I have a few of you guys in my Wii but I dont have everyone. Put in my number and if you can send a message, go for it! But if you cant, then you arent in my book. I would put you all in but my book is full now my number is 0301-6954-6144-4446 check it in and message me
post #522 of 560
my wii number is:0006 6165 4489 4905
post #523 of 560
6akon6, I have added you! Add me now, my number is below your message in my one (the long one)
post #524 of 560
Hi, Im Candace .

Here's my mii code: 1615 6938 3014 6673

Give me a Message after you add me.

Thanks!
post #525 of 560
Bad news! MY WII IS BROKEN!!!! Anybody who was my friend isnt anymore, but I'll have it working in a couple of days so check back here every now and then for info. Toodleoo!
post #526 of 560
My wii is working now (I forgot to plug in a wire, so its all good ) but it cant pick up my broadband so i cant do anything. If anyone can help me with this problem, I will greatly appreciate it. My email is fudgyhoops@gmail.com.
post #527 of 560
my # is 4439-6120-4374-2132
post #528 of 560
my # is 4439-6120-4374-2132
post #529 of 560
add me everyone ill try 2 add all of u my # is 4439-6120-4374-2132
post #530 of 560
HEYY!!!! im kinda new to having internet on my Wii so please add me!!

0690-9168-7566-5100

Please reply back if you are going to add me!! Thanks! D
post #531 of 560
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Originally Posted by GregLee View Post

I see 113 miis in my parade now, and I've added all who posted numbers here from February 2007 up to now.
mii # 0162 7002 5342 1248
mii name Greg

Hey can you add me im kinda new to this!

0696-9168-7566-5100

Thanks!
post #532 of 560
my number : 8326 1986 8265 1242 tommy flewers
post #533 of 560
Quote:
Originally Posted by Sonira View Post

Hey can you add me im kinda new to this!

0696-9168-7566-5100


194 tom
hi this is tommy

wii no : 8326 1986 8265 1242



Thanks!

add me
post #534 of 560
someone please add me, my wii number is :
4730 9344 0738 4901
i dont have a single friend
post #535 of 560
My wii number is 4040 4326 4942 8914
post #536 of 560
please can u enter in this number so we can talk 3941852950518494 please
post #537 of 560
39418562950518494 im kinda new at this too
post #538 of 560
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Originally Posted by CieJe View Post

5485 0484 2268 2114

enter 3941852950518494
post #539 of 560
39418562950518494 im kinda new at this too

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Originally Posted by CieJe View Post

5485 0484 2268 2114

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Originally Posted by darklordjames View Post

CieJe - you have to add all of us for this to work! you're the only early poster i'm showing as not accepted.

toneedo - i sent you a message saying "thanks for the add!". did you get it? i'm just seeing if that part of the system is up yet.

i'm also testing if sms to cellphones works right now through a friend.

thanks everyone for joining in! this seems to be working pretty well so far. i've got aphex and Sue in my plaza now. who is Sue? i wanna attatch that Mii to the right person in my address book.

what mingling etiquette should we follow guys? allow all our Miis to mingle, or just the ones that represent players in the household? personally this early in the game, i'm all for every Mii mingling. when more people have Miis, the plaza will start getting really crowded though. hmm... allowing everyone to mingle does allow everyone a larger variety from which to pick the cool ones though. what yall think?
post #540 of 560
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Originally Posted by darklordjames View Post

*update 2008.03.02*
If I can make a recommendation. As a newcomer to this thread, start adding people from the end of the thread working your way back in time. It will make your friends people that have at least visited recently!

It's also nice to still see this thread used a year and a half later.

*updated 2006.11.23*

I remember we had an Xbox Gamertag thread that worked really well at one point. I think it's time for a Wii one. So far, the only thing that trading Wii Numbers lets you do is allow your Miis to mingle with friend's Miis, and send messages back and forth through the Message Board. But damn, I want to see my Mii Plaza full, and I want different characters in my Wii sports teams and crowds!

For those not familiar, you find your personal Wii Number in your Address Book. You can get there by hitting Wii Message Board on the Wii Channels page, then click Create Message. You'll see your Address Book on the righthand side. Your Wii Number should be a 16 digit number formated as XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX. Bring that back here and post it! This alone will allow messages to be sent once WiiConnect24 is on, you add someone's Number, and you add theirs.

Second step, turn on WiiConnect24! In order for this to work, your Wii needs to be on the internet. Setting up your wireless connection is far outside of the scope of this post, but if you were able to do the two updates that were available the day you bought your Wii, then you are good to go. From your Wii Channels page, hit Wii Options button in the bottom-left corner and go to Wii Settings. Scroll to the second page and hit WiiConnect24. The two important things that need to be done for Mii mingling and the Wii Numbers to mean anything are that WiiConnect24 and Standby Connection both need to be turned on. Slot Illumination is also related, but is a preferrence thing. The slot will glow when your Wii has something to tell you (even when in standby) like you have a new message from one of your Wii Friends.

Last step, turn on mingling! From the Wii Channels page go into your Mii channel and hit the Mii Parade button. You'll probably be told that nobody is arround. Then hit the Travel Settings button and allow traveling. One last thing. On the first page of your Mii editor for each Mii you have is a Mingle button. Turn it on the allow that Mii to mingle.

Gai came up with an excellent idea. When posting your Wii Number, also post your preferred name for other people's address books and the name of the Mii that represents you. The address book name needs to be 10 characters or less, and preferrably be related to your AVS username.

Also, according to HoodedSoldier, there is a way to force your Mii to go to other people's systems. More info to follow...

Now, add me and post your number! (Note: If you are joining us after post #114 in this thread, please don't add me. My Address Book is now as full as I would like it for now.)

My Wii Number:
8598 1078 2763 8070

My Name:
LordJames

My Mii:
LordJames

I'll see your Mii online.



Update 2007.01.05: DaverJ requested the following be added.
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Ones that are now just getting the system, myself included, are just posting their Wii's number. As you know, mingling only works if two people add each others system numbers to the address book.

My recommendation is to edit your original post to say that anyone who wants mingling Mii's to:

-subscribe to this thread with email notification
-add addresses from this thread to their Wii's address book
-post which addresses (with AVS names!) they added, and post their own Wii's address. If their AVS name and personal Mii's name are different, they should probably post that info too.

That way if we get an email notification that a new person has submitted their Wii address, we can look to see if they added us to their address book and are waiting for us to do the same.

You might also want to post that if someone's address book is filling up (like your own), that person should probably edit their post to remove their system from being added to others.

What do you think... does that make sense?
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thanks
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