Babyfoot DS

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  1. zatelli
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    zatelli GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Babyfoot DS










    It was about time we saw the first babyfoot homebrew game for the DS. That's exactly what developer CyBeRCeD did with project which is still in early alpha stages.


    [​IMG]


    How to play:
    • Left D-pad button: moves both defenders & attackers line to the left.
    • Right D-pad button: moves both defenders & attackers line to the right.
    • Up D-pad button: moves defenders & attackers feets forward.
    • Down D-pad button: moves both defenders & attackers feets backward.
    [​IMG]Tip: to kick the ball press down then up buttons in a quick motion.


    Obviously, the game isn't feature complete yet as it mainly lacks AI.

    [​IMG] Babyfoot DS Alpha 2


     
  2. mcbey

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    Funny. In my French class the other day we talked about how Europe calls it babyfoot. Here in the USA we call it Foosball.
     
  3. DavePS

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    I've never heard it called Babyfoot. In UK at least around where I live, this is called Table Football.
     
  4. mcbey

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    Maybe its just France then [​IMG]
     
  5. desh_thiere

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    Yep, its Foosball in Australia as well, Babyfoot is an odd name [​IMG]
     
  6. imgod22222

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    foosball is the american word:) table football for people who cant remember foosball. "that thing with the table and the people on the sticks and the ball" for people who are totally stupid. (like me at times, admit we're all stupid sometimes)
     
  7. teh_raf3

    teh_raf3 Whatever suits you

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    It's called table football as well in Belgium, never heard of Babyfoot...
     
  8. steelcage

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    i dosnt fight for know name is baby foot or tabble foot ..
    i just have a little trouble with G6 i have a white screen :S anyone can help plz i want to play
     
  9. Nestea80

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    LoL ... yeah, I've never heard it being called "babyfoot" before. It's normally called "Foosball", but here in Toronto, nobody says Foosball. We call it "jits" which is short for "Gitoni". I have no idea how we got that name ... it has something to do with Italians. But the people who play a lot, call it Jits ... the people that don't really play, call it Foosball, and the people that don't know anything about it call it Table Soccer.
     
  10. jhoff80

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    How would one press up and down at the same time?
     
  11. Nestea80

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    lol, my thoughts exactly when I first read that. [​IMG] You'd break your controller trying to press both at once.
     
  12. -=SkReeK=-

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    not bad, funny idea!

    am i dumb or is there no ball yet? just askin cause of that great "tip" up there ;]
     
  13. lars

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    Babyfoot
    Foosball
    Table Soccer
    Jits
    Kicker

    Any more?
     
  14. thegame07

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    yeah babyfoot is french. (european countrys are all diffrent most are not like each other so you cant compare them. you cant say yeah europeans say that because there loads of countries it prononce it diffrent. [​IMG]
     
  15. mthrnite

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    Here in th' south it's called:
    IjustOWNEDyourBUTTinFOOZBALLsuckah!!!
    (that's what I call it anyway)
     
  16. forellentee

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    Babyfoot (France)
    Foosball (US)
    Table Soccer (UK)
    Jits (no idea, Transylvania? [​IMG] )
    Kicker or Tischfussball (Germany)
    Futbolin (Spain)

    Let's make this forum a reference for translation for table based football games [​IMG]
     
  17. steelcage

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    i have a white screen with G6 flash anyone can help me ???
     
  18. incognito54

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    matraquilhos (portugal)
    short version = matrecos