Ever since I got my shiny New 3DS xl and placed my finger on that nub of a c-stick, I've been enamored with the idea of adding support for it in older titles, such as Animal Crossing and Pokemon. "But wait! What's the point of a second analog stick in Animal Crossing!?" Glad you asked! You see, unlike the frequent proposal of the c-stick being used in games such as OOT3D, which would likely require access to the source code since there's no implementation of analog camera movement, my idea is to simply map the controls of the circle pad to the c-stick. Reason? Convenience, really; I've often found myself wishing I could play Animal Crossing one-handed, and the c-stick is in just the right position for this to be possible. The same goes for other casual games, such as Pokemon and Yo-Kai Watch, that can be leisurely explored and primarily controlled with the circle pad and the occasional abxy press. Plus one-handed play is especially useful while grinding. So my question to you all is: is it possible? I haven't dabbled in 3DS rom hacking at all and I don't know to what extent 3DS games can be modified. If it is possible, then I may look into starting up a project- if there isn't one already. I feel this hack would help the community get a better understanding of what can be implemented with romhacks and get more experience with the process (myself included). What are your thoughts?