Most game consoles use DVD discs to run games. Some users may have purchased hundreds of games stored in DVDs, considering the high price of original games, we are at risk of losing all of them when they get scratched, and we will end up buying new ones, which is a waste of money. To avoid this, you can create images of your favorite games using computer applications. If you own a Nintendo Wii, you can make a backup copy of all your games with the help of Wii Backup Fusion.
Wii Backup Fusion is a free cross-platform application with GUI that helps users copy Nintendo Wii DVDs with support of various recording functions and options. With this application, you can burn DVD discs in CISO/WIA/WDF/WBFS formats, convert DVD to ISO, preview and store game covers, etc.
This software is not meant to be used in game piracy, it is only intended for use with original purchased games and for only personal/private use. Wii Backup Fusion is compatible with both GNOME and KDE desktop environments. In this tutorial, we will help you install Wii Backup Fusion in Ubuntu 12.04/11.10/11.04 or Linux Mint 13.
Wii Backup Fusion Installation
Open the terminal and run the following commands (only 32-bit systems):
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:upubuntu-com/ppa
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install wiibafu
You can now start the application from the Unity Dash: