Are you talking about Dramatic Dungeon ? If yes it is working on my side, at least I can go ingame but I do not speak Japanese.
Twilight Menu is not too old as it is in active development thanks to @RocketRobz. NDS games and executables are...
You use a flash card meaning you are limited to 4mb RAM which is not enough to load the ROM. You need to install Twilight menu on your internal SD card. You will gain access to 16mb RAM and 133Mhz CPU clock.
v24.11.0: TWL Summer Release #3
Includes nds-bootstrap v0.60.0
@DeadSkullzJr: Replaced AP-fix for v1.2.0 of Pokémon: SoothingSilver Version with one for v1.2.1.
Replaced broken AP-fix for SD Gundam Sangoku Den - Brave Battle Warriors...
Version 7.6 is released: https://github.com/wavemotion-dave/ColecoDS
V7.6: 28-June-2022 by wavemotion-dave
Cleanup of Cassette Menu handling.
Improved MSX compatibility.
Faster large-ROM loading speed.
New Alpha-only Keyboard support.
Someone asked me to provide the CRC32 hashes of the BIOS files I'm using for all my testing/compatibility checks. In case this is useful:
3aa93ef3 coleco.rom (original version)
a30b0c34 coleco.rom (faster boot)
94ee12f3 msx.rom (MSX)...
v24.10.0: TWL Summer Solstice Release
Includes nds-bootstrap v0.59.0
Added AP-fixes for Inazuma Eleven 3 and Ni no Kuni (Spanish translations).
nds-bootstrap-hb's bootloader is now directly loaded, eliminating the middleman, so...
This weekend I'm cleaning up the Cassette menu to make it more user friendly and adding an alpha-only keyboard. This simplified keyboard can be selected for games that don't need a full keyboard layout - the buttons are bigger and easier to use...
The SD card slot of the DSi is indeed risky business. If you're not already aware @Pk11 made a great app called dsidl (https://github.com/Epicpkmn11/dsidl)
that lets you download stuff by scanning QR codes. It uses a homebrew DSi wifi library, so...
Yeah, I bought a cheap DSi as my development machine... I think I paid US$30 for it shipped. It has a broken cart slot - which I don't care about since the SD is all I need to test my emulators. Someday it will break... and I'll get another.
This is why I prefer SD to micro SD card adapter. If it fails, the data on the micro SD remains untouched. In general they are sold with the micro SD so you always have a spare one somewhere.
2 months ago, my DStwo micro SD slot broke (the...