Always wanted to replace that boring health screen? This app is what you need! You can even assign button shortcuts to various apps!

Note: If you just want to replace the Health screen image with another one, use MyMenuify.


  • An SD card (Best results are with non-SDHC cards, SDHC will only work on 4.0 or above) formatted to FAT(32).

  • Priiloader installed



Change you Health and safety screen.


Computer ----------------------

1. Downloading...

Download the CrazyIntro pack. Copy the crazyintro folder and crazyintro.dol to the SD card (NOT in a folder)

Theme configuration

We're not done yet! Time to set our music and background image.

2. Create a new folder in the crazyintro folder. Give it the name of your theme.

3. Open Notepad. Click save as and go to the new folder you created, name the file theme.xml

copy this to the file:

<?xml version="1.0"?>

<config version="1.8">


<PictureIntroEffect selected="" param1="" param2="" />

<PictureEffect selected="" param1="" param2="" />

<PictureOutroEffect selected="" param1="" param2="" />

<BootImage filename="" x_offset="" y_offset=""/>

<PressImage filename="" x_offset="" y_offset="" scale="" effect="" animspeed=""/>

<IntroMusic filename=""/>

<Birthday enabled="" imgfile="" musicfile="" x_offset="" y_offset=""/>



Open theme-explained.xml (in the crazyintro folder) to help you fill in the theme.xml


You can also use another theme.xml (from one of the 2 included themes) as base (It is recommended to try out the themes).

Button configuration

4. Naming titles...

* Open the crazyintro folder and then open crazyintro.xml

* First change theme=" " to the name of your theme (enter the name between the " ")

* If you look down a little bit, you see <Titles>. We need to change these to what apps you want Crazyintro to boot (crazyintro can boot a different app/channel for every button). It is advised to follow the examples that are already there. Never change the < and />

For Channels

- Behind title id = , you put an abbreviation or one word summary of the app/channel between the " ". It MUST be CAPITALS.

- Type title_type = , and put the correct type (from the list above) between the " "

- Type title_id = (with the _) , and put the titleID of the channel here. There are many lists where you can find the IDs. When downloading a channel it usually includes the ID.

- Finally, type title_name = , and type the name of the channel

The final result is: title id="CAPITALS" title_type="number" title_id="channel ID" title_name="Channel name"

For Apps on SD card

- Behind title id = , you put an abbreviation or one word summary of the app/channel between the " ". It MUST be CAPITALS.

- Type title_path = , and put the correct path to the app between the " ". It starts with sd:/

- Type title_name = , and type the of the app

The final result is: title id="CAPITALS" title_path="sd:/path" title_name="App name"

You can set as many titles as you want, but don't forget < and />

5. A bit lower, you see <Autoboot enabled="1" launches="MENU"/>

* You can change autoboot to 0 if you don't want it to autoboot something.

* Autoboot must be 1 for this: you can change MENU to one of the titles you set above (the CAPITALS). Leave it on MENU to make it boot the system menu.

6. Now we see what the actual buttons do. For example: <Shortcut button="A" launches="MENU"/>

* DO NOT change Shortcut button=" "

* Change the contents of the " " behind launches= to one of the titles you set (the CAPITALS) or MENU for system menu. Make it empty to boot nothing.

7. Finally we can set Hidden paths. These are made so not everyone can boot them. This is the ONLY way to boot hidden channels from HideandSeek!

* Add as many hidden Shortcuts as you want. Make the lines the same as the two examples.

You can use A, B, UP, DOWN, LEFT, RIGHT, -, +, 1 and 2.

When done, save the file and exit

Priiloader configuration

Wii ----------------------

8. Power on the wii and immediately press and Hold reset. This will load the Preloader menu.

* Go to install/load file and install the crazyintro.dol

* Once its installed, go to Settings. Change autoboot to File and return to to system menu. Save and exit.

9. Reboot your wii to see the result!