Anguna DS v1.01

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Dec 6, 2008

Anguna DS v1.01 by JPH at 3:38 AM (2,133 Views / 0 Likes) 10 replies

  1. JPH
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    Anguna DS v1.01
    Ported to the DS
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    Anguna, an action-adventure type homebrew game originally created for the GBA, has been ported to the Nintendo DS!
    The game is reminiscent of the Legend of Zelda games, featuring five levels (short, but sweet).
    Nathan Tolbert has ported his to the dual screen handheld, adding touch screen features.
    Full information about the changes and updates in the ported version below.

    [​IMG] Download
    [​IMG] Visit the Anguna Webpage
    [​IMG] Discuss
     
  2. Ferrariman

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    I might try this now.
     
  3. pilotwangs

    Member pilotwangs GBAtemp Maniac

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    I loved the GBA version,still need to try this version out.
     
  4. Eternal Myst

    Member Eternal Myst Back from the Myst.

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    This is very good I hughly suggest it.
     
  5. cosmiccow

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    this is an amazing homebrew work. very well done [​IMG]
     
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    Member elixirdream GBAtemp Legend

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    hmmm.. i will give this game a try~!
    support homebrew~!
    keep up the good work
     
  7. bluesceada

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    Reaaally nice, I am not so much of a Fan of RPGs without much background/story (I also didn't like the first Zelda so much because of that) but I will probably try this again! The last time I tried it on the GBA a while before, I switched to DS and forgot about it...

    It's really much energy the author must have put into this, alone that is worth trying it out again!
     
  8. updowners

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    Does it include all the features from the GBA version?
     
  9. Noitora

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    Since it's a port, why should they not include all the features?
     
  10. gauauu

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    Yes, it includes all the features of the GBA version. The only real difference is that the map, enemy stats, and inventory have moved to the bottom screen.

    Other tiny changes include a new title screen, making use of the DS's larger screen, etc.

    Glad you guys like the game! Please let me know of any bugs you might find, so I can fix them in the next version!
     
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    Former Staff Another World Emulate the Planet!

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    it is nice to see that this has been ported over for the slot1 flash kit users. i was hoping for some updates or additions. the first game takes only an hour or so to play through (if you don't know where you are going). i had all hoped for some back story, towns, more weapons... of course i understand that after a few years of development the last thing you wanted to do was add new features.

    this really is a complete, polished, and pretty homebrew that plays well and is very fun. it just needs a bit more content to push it over the top and make it an all-time-classic!

    cheers,
    -another world
     

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