3DS Game Icons

Discussion in '3DS - Games & Content' started by 3DSGuy, Sep 15, 2013.

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Should there be an effort to dump more icons?

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  1. 3DSGuy
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    Since true icon rips from 3DS games don't exist, I'd thought I'd make a first and share icons from various 3DS games in PNG format and its original SMDH(ICN) format. The method to rip/dump these icons is at the bottom of the page.


    Icon Packs
    NOTE: This collection of icon packs consists of uploads from other users as well, and users are more than welcome to contribute icons from their games.

    Scene CCI(ROM) Releases

    I won't be here all the time to update the scene release icons, so you can always get Ris312's numbered only collection, as he gets them from dumped games here: http://www.mediafire.com/folder/53l6a4lw733oy/3DS_SMDH_Icons

    (Ris312 you are on the access list, so you can edit this if you want.)

    Releases 1-481: DOWNLOAD (Last Updated: 13/11/13)(Icon Credit: 3DSGuy, Ris312)
    Release List
    Europe (Includes AU/NZ)

    Game Card Icons (197): DOWNLOAD (Last Updated: 13/11/13)(Icon Credit: 3DSGuy, duke_srg, Ris312)
    Game List
    Kiosk Demo List
    eShop Icons (104): DOWNLOAD (Last Updated: 5/10/13)(Icon Credit: 3DSGuy, duke_srg)
    Game List
    Demo List
    Tool List
    Video List
    NAND System Icons (12): DOWNLOAD (Icon Credit: 3DSGuy)
    Title List
    Ambassador Game Icons (21): DOWNLOAD (Icon Credit: 3DSGuy)
    Game List
    America

    Game Card Icons (181): DOWNLOAD (Last Updated: 13/11/13)(Icon Credit: 3DSGuy, Ribacki, Ris312)
    Game List
    eShop Icons (29): DOWNLOAD (Last Updated: 26/9/13)(Icon Credit: Ribacki)
    Game List
    Demo List
    Tool List
    Video List
    Japan

    Game Card Icons (79): DOWNLOAD (Last Updated: 13/11/13)(Icon Credit: 3DSGuy, Ris312)
    Game List
    eShop Icons (3): DOWNLOAD (Last Updated: 16/9/13)(Icon Credit: Friendsxix)
    eGame List
    Demo List
    Tool List
    Korea

    Game Card Icons (2): DOWNLOAD (Last Updated: 23/10/13) (Icon Credit: 3DSGuy, Ris312)
    Game List
    Taiwan

    Game Card Icons (14): DOWNLOAD (Last Updated: 23/10/13)(Icon Credit: Ris312)
    Game List
    Region Free

    Game Card Icons (2): DOWNLOAD (Last Updated: 11/10/13)(Icon Credit: 3DSGuy)
    Game List
    eShop Icons (4): DOWNLOAD (Last Updated: 28/9/13)(Icon Credit: 3DSGuy, duke_srg)
    Game List
    Tool List

    Devkit Apps

    Tools (13): DOWNLOAD (Last Updated: 14/10/13)(Icon Credit: 3DSGuy)
    Tool List

    Q/A

    Q: How can I view/extract the icons from SMDH(.icn) files?
    A: icn_extractor lets you save the embedded icon(s) as .png files. If you're looking for a GUI and you're got access to a Windows computer, you can use 3DSExplorer by Eli Sherer.

    Q: What are the resolution of the icons?
    A: The large icon is 48*48 pixels, and the small icon is 24*24 pixels. Only the large icons have been extracted in the Icon Packs.

    Q: What else is in the SMDH format?
    A: The title strings you see on the Home Menu and in other places, as well various flags which are used for parental controls, region lock and more. You can read about it at 3DBrew.org.

    Q: Will dumping icons affect any of my save progress in other games, due to messing with files in the "Nintendo 3DS" folder?
    A: There is that possibility. That it why it is recommended you either use a different SD card or backup the original data if you plan to use the SD card your 3DS is currently using. It also is recommended not to launch any software while dumping icons, until you have restored your original SD card. None the less, some users have had issues with StreetPass Mii Plaza, however this can be resolved (see the next Q/A).

    Q: I've been dumping icons, and when I attempt to use StreetPass Mii Plaza, I get the following error message "Could not access SD Card during the last attempt to use SpotPass". And I've lost all my extra puzzles. How do I resolve this?
    A:
    1. Restore your original SD card (If you haven't already)
    2. Connect your 3DS to the internet
    3. Start StreetPass Mii Plaza
    4. Navigate to "Settings" "SpotPass", select "No". Then go back into "SpotPass" select "Yes".
    5. Quit StreetPass Mii Plaza, and close your 3DS (enter Sleep Mode if you have a 2DS).
    6. Wait for the 3DS to indicate SpotPass has occured (Blue Notification LED).
    7. Launch StreetPass Mii Plaza, the errors should not appear, and your extra puzzles(with progress) should be restored.
    How to Dump Icons

    For those curious, this uses a similar technique that was used to get DoD screenshots. So no, we aren't going to be decrypting ROMs or eShop games, we're going to decrypt your 3DS' extdata with some strategically created XOR pads.

    Background: The Home Menu cache's all* icons which show on the Home Menu inside extdata which is stored on the SD card. By knowing where an icon is going to be written inside the cache, and having a plain text(decrypted) copy allows you to create an XOR pad which can be used to decrypt any other data which gets written to the same location. So by getting the 3DS to write another icon to the same location, you can use the XOR pad to decrypt the icon. Of course you could create an XOR pad which covers many icon cache slots at once, so you can batch decrypt icons. A method on how to batch decrypt icons is explained in stage 3 of this tutorial. Though make sure you complete stages 1 and 2 first.

    (* If the icon has this flag set)

    You will need:

    1/ :download: 3DS_IconDecrypter - Required for the decryption of SMDH files - Download via Filetrip.net, supports Windows/Mac OS X/Linux. Source code is available, see here for those who want to implement my code in some other way.

    2/ :download: icn_extractor - Convert embedded icon to a PNG file - Download via Filetrip.net, supports Windows/Mac OS X/Linux. A Windows GUI alternative to icn_extractor is 3DSExplorer by elisherer.

    3/ A Nintendo 3DS/3DSXL(LL)/2DS.

    4/ A blank SD card. (Make sure to keep a backup of your 3DS' SD card if you plan to use that one).

    5/ A PC.

    Brief Overview:
    This is done in two stages, setting up the 3DS for decrypting icons, and actually decrypting icons. There is an additional third stage for those who intend to decrypt many icons in a short amount of time. For those who want to dump their NAND icons, see stage 4.

    Stage 1 - Setting up the 3DS
    1. Turn on the 3DS(with no game card, or SD card inserted) and count all the apps(including DSiWare) which are accessible from the home menu (including apps in folders) and record the value. In my case this was 14.
    2. Insert the blank SD card, allow the 3DS to setup a management partition (home menu extdata).
    3. Restart the 3DS and leave it on the Home Menu, this cache's the icons for all the NAND apps to the Home Menu extdata.
    4. Turn off the 3DS and connect the previously blank SD card to your PC. Navigate to: "sd:/Nintendo 3DS/<id0>/<id1>/extdata/0000000/". There should only be one folder, this is your homemenu extdata. Back it up to your PC in a folder called "homemenu extdata base".
    5. Now you need to find a game that you have (eShop or Gamecard), which has had it's icon data decrypted. You can find icons which others have decrypted in the above archives. If none of your games have their icons decrypted in one of the above archives, you cannot proceed.
    6. To actually get the 3DS to cache a 3DS Icon, the process will differ between Game Card apps, and eShop apps. For Game Card apps, it is simple, turn on the 3DS, insert SD card, wait, then insert Game Card. For eShop apps, it's slightly more complicated, see the 6a. at the end of "Setting up the 3DS" for how to do this.
    7. Turn off the 3DS, and insert the SD card with the strategically cached icon into your PC. Save the following file "sd:/Nintendo 3DS/<id0>/<id1>/extdata/0000000/<some ID>/0000000/00000005", on your PC as "XOR_pad_source".
    8. Create a folder on your PC called "IconDec" and open it. Put "XOR_pad_source" and "3DS_IconDecrypter" in it. Now in "IconDec" create the folder "SourceIconData", and put the decrypted icon from step 5 in there and rename it to "icon_X.icn". Where "X" is the number you got from step 1.
    9. Navigate back to "IconDec" and open a command prompt in that directory (or terminal window if you're using UNIX)(If you are unsure on how to do this, see 9a.). Type in the following command:
      Code:
      3DS_IconDecrypter --genxor -c XOR_pad_source --unused_slots=X --num_decrypt=1 --decdata=SourceIconData --xorpaddir=IconXOR
      Again in place of "X" type the value you recorded in step 1. If successful new folder should have appeared in "IconDec" called "IconXOR".
    6a. How to get the 3DS to strategically cache an eShop app icon.
    Pokedex 3D is an eShop app which uses the same Icon and Title ID across all regions, and was released in 2011, so there's a fair chance most of you will have it installed on your 3DS. So this example will use Pokedex 3D as an example for how to get your 3DS to Cache an eShop app.

    1. Copy "sd:/Nintendo 3DS/<id0>/<id1>/dbs" from your original SD card to the SD card you've been working with so far. (If you have already done this, you don't need to do it again)
    2. In the directory "sd:/Nintendo 3DS/<id0>/<id1>/" make the directory "title", and in that directory make two directories "00040000" (App Directory) and "00040002" (Demo Directory). (If you have already done this, you don't need to do it again)
    3. Copy the app of your choice (in this case Pokedex 3D), by copying its directory from your original SD card (in this case "sd:/Nintendo 3DS/<id0>/<id1>/00040000/00032600") to the same directory on the SD card you are working with.
    4. Turn on 3DS, wait for Home Menu to load, then insert SD Card into 3DS, and wait for the gift icons to appear. Click on it to reveal app's (Pokedex 3D) icon (This cache's the icon).
    9a. How to open a command prompt in a specific directory (or terminal window for those of you using Mac OS X), in a specific directory.

    1. If you are using Windows, find an empty space in the directory, and press "Shift" + "Right Click", then select "Open command window here".
    1. If you are using Mac OS X, see here: http://apple.stackexchange.com/ques...ndow-directly-from-my-current-finder-location
    1. If you are using linux, I can't tell you how, each linux distro is different. Try googling "How to open a terminal window from a directory in [insert linux distro here]".
    Stage 2 - Decrypting 3DS Icons
    1. Replace the folder in "sd:/Nintendo 3DS/<id0>/<id1>/extdata/00000000" with the one you backed up in step 4 of stage 1.
    2. Get your 3DS to cache the icon of a 3DS game, this uses the same technique done in step 6 of stage 1.
    3. Turn off the 3DS, and insert the SD card with the icon you want to decrypt into your PC. Save "sd:/Nintendo 3DS/<id0>/<id1>/extdata/0000000/<some ID>/0000000/00000005" to your PC as "<name of game icon>.enc" in the directory "IconDec" you created in stage 1.
    4. Open a command prompt in "IconDec", like in step 9 of stage 1. Type in the following command:
      Code:
      3DS_IconDecrypter --decrypt -c <name of game icon>.enc --unused_slots=X --num_decrypt=1 --xorpaddir=IconXOR --decdata=DecryptedIconData
      Again in place of "X" type the value you recorded in step 1 of stage 1.
    5. If successful, the directory "DecryptedIconData" should have appeared with a *.icn file in it. 3DS_IconDecrypter checks each of the decrypted icons, and will tell you if an icon may not have decrypted properly.
    6. Repeat steps 1-5 to dump more icons.
    If in step 5 your decrypted icon file looks like garbage, you should double check the value "X" used in several steps in both stages 1 and 2 is correct. Otherwise reply to this thread for help.
    Stage 3 - Decrypting 3DS Icons in Mass

    This stage isn't necessary, but it will speed up the decryption process if you have a lot of icons you want to decrypt. You should only attempt stage 3 if you've successfully completed stages 1 and 2. In short this technique involves getting the XOR pads for a number of icon cache slots, say 10-20 (or even 50 if you're ambitious). So you can decrypt that number of encrypted icons in one go. This process can be hard to convey, see how I setup the "IconDec" directory for my 3DS' icon data
    1. In order to setup batch decryption, you need at least the same amount of plain text icon data (for which you have games for) as the size of batch decryption size(The batch decryption size will be referred to hereon in as "Y"). If you don't have enough plain text icon data, you'll have to decrypt them from your games individually using the method in stage 2.
    2. Once you have enough of your own decrypted data, create a list of the icon data. Once the list is created, the order of this list is very important, don't loose it.
    3. Replace the folder in "sd:/Nintendo 3DS/<id0>/<id1>/extdata/00000000" with the one you backed up in step 4 of stage 1.
    4. Using the technique in step 6 of stage 1, get your 3DS to cache in succession, the games on your list, in the order the games appear on the list. NOTE: You don't have to restart your 3DS to cache subsequent icons once you've turned it on to get the first icon cached.
    5. Turn off the 3DS, and insert the SD card with the icon you want to decrypt into your PC. Save "sd:/Nintendo 3DS/<id0>/<id1>/extdata/0000000/<some ID>/0000000/00000005" to your PC as "batchdecrypt_xor_source.enc" in the directory "IconDec" you created in stage 1.
    6. Delete any plain text icon data in "SourceIconData". In the order they exist on your list, copy the plain text icon data for the games, into "SourceIconData", and renaming them to "icon_X.icn". With X initally equal to the value calculated in step 1 of stage 1, and enumerating for each icon which is copied into "SourceIconData". (For example, if X was 14, the first icon would be "icon_14.icn, the second would be "icon_15.icn" and the third would be "icon_16.icn", etc).
    7. If you didn't copy the icons in the correct order in step 6, or weren't cached in the right order in step 4, the XOR pads generated in this step will be invalid, and you won't be able to decrypt anything with them. Open a command prompt in "IconDec" using the technique in step 9 of stage 1 if you haven't already done so, and type the following command:
      Code:
      3DS_IconDecrypter --genxor -c batchdecrypt_xor_source.enc --unused_slots=X --num_decrypt=Y --decdata=SourceIconData --xorpaddir=IconXOR
      Again in place of "X" type the value you recorded in step 1 of stage 1.
    8. Now you should be ready to perform batch decryption of icon data.
    9. Replace the folder in "sd:/Nintendo 3DS/<id0>/<id1>/extdata/00000000" with the one you backed up in step 4 of stage 1.
    10. Now get your 3DS to cache more game icons you don't have, using the technique in step 6 of stage 1, but now you can cache in succession a maximum of <Y> icons(it doesn't matter what order you do this in). When completed continue to step 11. NOTE: You don't have to restart your 3DS to cache subsequent icons once you've turned it on to get the first icon cached.
    11. Turn off the 3DS, and insert the SD card with the icons you want to decrypt, into your PC. Save "sd:/Nintendo 3DS/<id0>/<id1>/extdata/0000000/<some ID>/0000000/00000005" to your PC with a name like: "IconBatch.enc" in the directory "IconDec" you created in stage 1. Open a command prompt in "IconDec" using the technique in step 9 of stage 1 if you haven't already done so, and type the following command:
      Code:
      3DS_IconDecrypter --decrypt -c <name of game icon>.enc --unused_slots=X --num_decrypt=Y --xorpaddir=IconXOR --decdata=DecryptedIconData
      Again in place of "X" type the value you recorded in step 1 of stage 1. If you cached less than your maximum for your batch, type the number of icons you cached in placed of "Y".
    12. If successful, the directory "DecryptedIconData" should have appeared(if it didn't already exist) with several *.icn files in it. 3DS_IconDecrypter checks each of the decrypted icons, and will tell you if an icon may not have decrypted properly. If you're using Windows, you can check the *.icn file with 3DSExplorer, and save the icon as a PNG, and check the Icon's title strings.
    13. Repeat steps 9-12 to batch decrypt more icons. (Keep in mind, the 3DS also caches icon data for DS(i) games played on the 3DS, which appears to be an excerpt of the game's header and text/icon data. So if the icon *apparently* failed to be decrypted, check to see if the file has a DS ROM Header)
    Stage 4 - Decrypting 3DS NAND (System & DSiWare) Icons

    Decrypting NAND icons cannot be done very efficiently using the single icon decryption method of Stage 1&2. So instead, we'll be setting up batch decryption similar to Stage 3. You have X NAND apps on your 3DS (as counted in step 1 of stage 1), so you'll need XOR pads for the first X icon slots of your icon cache. This can get a bit fiddly
    1. You will need X games for which you have the plain text icon for. If you don't have enough games, decrypt their icons using the method of Stage 1&2.
    2. Create a list of the collection of X icon data. Once the list is created, the order of this list is very important, don't loose it.
    3. Delete the folder in "sd:/Nintendo 3DS/<id0>/<id1>/extdata/00000000".
    4. Turn on the 3DS without the SD card or game card inserted.
    5. Insert the SD card, wait for it to setup a "Management Partition"
    6. Using the technique in step 6 of stage 1, get your 3DS to cache in succession, the games on your list, in the order the games appear on the list. NOTE: This must be done slightly differently to that technique, by this point the 3DS should already be on. You must ignore any instructions (from Step 6 of Stage 1), to turn off or restart the 3DS (Ignore the 3DS complaining about you removing the SD card). I repeat, do not reload the home menu while caching non NAND icons.
    7. Turn off the 3DS, and insert the SD card with the icon you want to decrypt into your PC. Save "sd:/Nintendo 3DS/<id0>/<id1>/extdata/0000000/<some ID>/0000000/00000005" to your PC as "batchdecrypt_nand_xor_source.enc" in the directory "IconDec" you created in stage 1.
    8. Delete any plain text icon data in "SourceIconData". In the order they exist on your list, copy the plain text icon data for the games, into "SourceIconData", and renaming them to "icon_Z.icn". With Z initally equal to "0", and enumerating for each icon which is copied into "SourceIconData". (For example, the first icon would be "icon_0.icn, the second would be "icon_1.icn" and the third would be "icon_2.icn", etc).
    9. If you didn't copy the icons in the correct order in step 8, or weren't cached in the right order in step 6, the XOR pads generated in this step will be invalid, and you won't be able to decrypt your NAND icons with them. Open a command prompt in "IconDec" using the technique in step 9 of stage 1 if you haven't already done so, and type the following command:
      Code:
      3DS_IconDecrypter --genxor -c batchdecrypt_nand_xor_source.enc --unused_slots=0 --num_decrypt=X --decdata=SourceIconData --xorpaddir=IconXOR
      Again in place of "X" type the value you recorded in step 1 of stage 1.
    10. Now you've setup the XOR pads for your NAND icon slots. Open "homemenu extdata base", which you backed up in step 4 of stage 1 and navigate to folder "00000000" and copy 00000005 to "IconDec", renaming it to "nand_icons.enc"
    11. Open a command prompt in "IconDec" using the technique in step 9 of stage 1 if you haven't already done so, and type the following command:
      Code:
      3DS_IconDecrypter --decrypt -c nand_icons.enc --unused_slots=0 --num_decrypt=X --xorpaddir=IconXOR --decdata=DecryptedIconData
      Again in place of "X" type the value you recorded in step 1 of stage 1.
    12. If successful, the directory "DecryptedIconData" should have appeared(if it didn't already exist) with icon_0.icn to icon_<X-1>.icn files in it. 3DS_IconDecrypter checks each of the decrypted icons, and will tell you if an icon may not have decrypted properly. You just decrypted your NAND icons :D, don't forget to upload them here ;)
    Post your decrypted icon data here :D.
     
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  2. WiiUBricker

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    Uh, if they are ripped from a ROM I think you can't share that. Copyright and stuff.
     
  3. 3DSGuy
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    They're game icons. You can find icons for DS games everywhere.
     
  4. WiiUBricker

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    It doesn't matter technically. Those game icons are part of ROMs and sharing them is like sharing part of ROMs. I don't claim that the sharing of DS icons is legal.
     
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  5. Arm73

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    Wow...I'm impressed.
    There was a time when we used to share actual roms here, then we had links to them, we used to discuss flashcards and modchips ( for the purpose of playing roms you know ) and now we can't even share frigging game icons without some random idiot coming in and yelling piracy/illegal.
    What the hell happened to this place ?

    To the opener, great job, congratulations.
    To the rest , fuck everybody I'm out of here.
     
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  6. Pong20302000

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    all of the icons can be found on the Nintendo websites also
    there not all ripped from roms
     
  7. 3DSGuy
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    Can you link one, I can't find them.
     
  8. Ris312

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    Neat, I managed to get it working, plus the icon is only 14,016 bytes of data and most of it is 00's
    I think it falls under 'fair-use', but if sharing icons isn't allowed, please remove the links.

    Here is Plaintext "Skylanders - Spyro's Adventure (Europe) [ASPP]" SMDH icon
    http://www.mediafire.com/download/1mpu568aak3maps/Skylanders_-_Spyro's_Adventure_(Europe)_[ASPP].icn

    edit: and here is Plaintext "Asphalt 3D (Europe) [ASFP]" SMDH Icon:
    http://www.mediafire.com/download/g3im5ka5ramp98a/Asphalt_3D_(Europe)_[ASFP].icn

    edit: another one: "Shinobi (Europe) [ASVP]" SMDH Icon:
    http://www.mediafire.com/download/rniud6vvanj3fva/Shinobi_(Europe)_[ASVP].icn
     
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  9. Pong20302000

    Pong20302000 making notes on everything

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    hmm they appear to have changed them to pics of the game cases now
    [​IMG]
     
  10. pokefloote

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    I was actually going to ask about this in the 3DS tool thread. :lol:
    I made a few signatures with game icons for some peeps on this forum, this would make things a lot easier. So thanks!
     
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    Mini-bump, uploaded a heap more icons, and included Ris312's icons
     
  12. Arras

    Arras GBAtemp Guru

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    Legal issues is what happened.
     
  13. Rydian

    Rydian Resident Furvert™

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    Did you know that the name "Zelda" is a part of multiple ROMs spanning multiple systems?
     
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  14. WiiUBricker

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    Rydian, now you are being silly.
     
  15. Rydian

    Rydian Resident Furvert™

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    My point is that the icon is a very, very, very small portion of the ROM, and not really important to gameplay. Therefore there is little to no chance of legal action being taken, and if legal action is taken it may very well fail.
     
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  16. Friendsxix

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    Messed around with it real quick on my Japanese 3DS, extracted the icons for 3 apps:

    いつの間にテレビ (This is now a defunct app)

    @SIMPLE DLシリーズ Vol.1
    THE 密室からの脱出

    体験版ポケモン不思議のダンジョン
    ~マグナゲートと∞迷宮~

    Download them here if you want. :P
     
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  17. 3DSGuy
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    Cool I'll add them to the collection.
     
  18. abdelmajidtolba

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    guys for Christ sake focus on the game that are exclusive to Europe and USA ,cause I have all the Japanese one (almost 300).
    Just focus on the first Venom releases (NFL and Nicklodeons stuff) ill upload all the rest.
    As you probably know the Japanese website (as usual) is organized with all Jap icons.

    3DSGuy
    Nice job I was discussing with Psyko about whos gonna be the first to find a way to extract the icons.
    My money was on you lol !!!

    Friendsxix
    Man im really interested in your Simple Series thingy (im one the huge collector of anything Simple series)
    Do you have infos on the ds eshop simple series?
     
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    BUMP! More eShop icons dumped including Ambassador icons. Also icons are now categorised by region. And I managed to get all of the system NAND app icons.

    Whoa 300 games, if you need help setting up batch decryption, 20 icons at a time etc, PM me.
     
  20. 3DSGuy
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    BUMP! Method updated, hopefully it should be easier to follow, I also wrote a program in an attempt to hopefully make the process more accessible. There are also instructions for batch decryption of icons.