The Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection
(WFC) service was an online gaming service
that provided free online play in various Nintendo DS and Wii games.
Nintendo discontinued the service on May 20th, 2014,
primarily because the host of the service,
was shutting down its servers.
Nintendo WFC was required for online play,
but the Wiimmfi Project
has replicated much of its functionality
and allows for continued online play in Mario Kart Wii and other games.
Wiimmfi is available for the public since
May 10th, 2014 (10 days before WFC shutdown).
It started with Mario Kart Wii and supports now more than
To use Wiimmfi, the games must be patched to use the new domains and
also to change some other settings.
See »Wiimmfi Patcher«
for more details.
This part is used for announcements.
Remember that Wiimmfi is a free service, so please be patient
if I stop the servers temporarily to fix bugs or to update the system.
- Wednesday, May 10th, 2017
Wiimmfi was available for the public on May 10th, 2014,
ten days before Nintendo shut down their servers.
At May 20, the shut down day, 23 games were enabled for playing and testing.
See game history for details.
At the moment Wiimmfi supports more than 100 games.
See list of all games for details.
A new distribution of Mario Kart Wii Fun will appear
on the Wiimmfi anniversary.
It contains 32 original tracks + 216 custom tracks.
The release is planned for about 22:00 CET.
First custom competition
The first custom competition will run on the Wiimmfi anniversary.
It was made by Sniki.