Connection service for Wii consoles Created by Nintendo WiiConnect24 was a feature of the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection for the Wii console. It was first announced at Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in mid-2006 by Nintendo. It allowed the user to remain connected to the Internet while the console was on standby. For example, a friend could send messages to another player’s town without the other player being present in the game Animal Crossing: City Folk.WiiConnect24 is officially succeeded by SpotPass, a different trademark name for similar content-pushing functions that the Nintendo Network service can perform for the newer Nintendo 3DS and Wii U consoles.
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