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Discussion in 'NDS - Console and Game Discussions' started by NINTENDO DS, Sep 19, 2008.
are there any....and if so what are they?
you are an idiot, at least for postig this 3 times....
Not that I am aware of. Aside from brain training games, you won't find a dictionary for the DS. Just go buy a book
Btw, please don't make 3 of the same topic, 1 is plenty thank you.
Ive seen some ridiculous reasons to remove a post, but this one takes the cake.
on topic no ive never see a goo[d] dictionary game for ds. im supprised it isnt homebrew.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZKezD7_RZSw First 30 seconds ;o
I love goo games
lol, If you can't say somethin' nice...
(or was it to do with Eating Greens? I never did see the post...)
Anyway, Exactly what kind of dictionary game are you looking for? (Not to be mean, because it's an obvious mistype, but I do love the topic )
Okay, so I have been playing a game called "Spellbound" It's European but it's fun. Also maybe check out Word Jong if that's the kind of game you are looking for?
If I'm wrong, be a bit descriptive in what you are actually looking for please
I remember reading about "Touch Dic" when the DS was first released.
He isn't looking for a dictionary game, I think he is looking for a dictionary. But anyway, I haven't seen anything like that, although it would be very useful.
I think the word coach games have dictionaries...spanish, french, etc. Not sure tho.
There is a homebrew dictionary programme called NewDictS, where you can add a dictionary of anything as long as the NDS supports the language. Not sure about a game though.
dictionary game? a dictionary can be a game? wow, i need to try that out with my webster later...anyways if u ment a dictionary APP, then my favorite is dsdictionary: http://www.pocketgamer.co.uk/r/DS/feature.asp?c=4107