SD Remix Lite is a version of SD Remix that can be run off of a memory card. It contains all of the same character changes in the full version of SD Remix, but it contains a subset of the remaining features.
Note: Dolphin is NOT supported by SD Remix Lite. Dolphin can already easily play the full version of SD Remix, and Dolphin also has code caching issues that get in the way of various mods, unless they are specifically coded for Dolphin. SD Remix LIte was optimized for real consoles, since consoles are the ones that need something like this.
Installing SD Remix Lite onto your memory card
Before you get started, be aware that SD Remix Lite overwrites your existing SSBM save file. If you want to keep your SSBM save file, you can either back it up (explained in the sub pages), or you can get a cheap spare memory card from Amazon. The KMD 4MB memory card seems to work well and is cheap.
There are a few different ways to get SD Remix Lite onto your memory card:
- From another memory card: You can copy SD Remix Lite from someone else who has it. Go to the copy instructions for more details and instructions.
- Using a normal Wii: If you have a normal Wii, you can copy SD Remix Lite to your memory card as long as you have an SD Card. For more details, go to the Wii Installation page.
- Using the Homebrew Channel: If you have a hacked Wii with the homebrew channel installed, you can use the homebrew channel to run an app that will transfer the save files to and from your memory card. Go to the Homebrew Channel instructions for more details.
- Using a GameCube: If you don’t have a Wii, you can copy save files to your memory card by running a homebrew app. This requires a homebrew device, the cheapest of which is generally ($20). For more information, go to the GameCube instructions.
Playing SD Remix Lite
Once you have SD Remix Lite on your memory card, follow these instructions to turn SD Remix Lite on (this is similar to how Project M/Plus needs the stage builder).