View Full Version : Homebrew on GC help

May 28th, 2006, 11:05
Well i was wondering if someone could make a sticky on this subject not my thread. The reason is i got a gamecube and i have heard a couple of ways to run homebrew but i dont know how to do this. I was wondering if someone could list a couple of ways to get homebrew running on GameCube and what needs to be done to the system.



May 28th, 2006, 15:39
may i recommend http://gcemu.dcemu.co.uk/

May 30th, 2006, 21:30
thats a pretty weak reply my friend.(Mazza)

To get homebrew running on a gamecube, you need to buy a modchip and most probably a case replacement as well. Other than that, hopefully, one of these guys can help from there. I want to get coding on it as well, in the near future im looking at buying both of those items from Divineo.

I'll reply if i find more links.


Not that updated, but quick search of google brought up the first result: http://www.gcdev.com/ , check it out.

Apparently, a mod-less solution is possible with the following items and help listed at:


May 30th, 2006, 22:00
Modchip Is the only way i think.

Although I remember hearing something about being able to run homebrew from your PC to the Gamecube Via the Broadband adapter and a LAN cable..:confused:

Don't flame me though! I might be wrong. :p

June 1st, 2006, 15:56
yep, check the links I posted, Phantasy Star Online is required.

Also , www.devkitpro.org has a devkit for GC , I believe its the devkitPPC

Take it ease.. good luck

Im probably going to be buying a full case replacement & Modchip soon enough

June 1st, 2006, 19:38
Oh may i add i also found information about a Max Action Replay for the GC aswell. You dont need the BBA for coding all you have to use is a USB cable and obviously the software contained in the box to use homebrew for GC. So i defenitly recommend this and i think this will be my next homebrew machine just hope more gets made for it.


June 2nd, 2006, 01:17
heehee, eric has 1234 post made. keep going and youll pull 1337 :D