DarkStar????

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by ShinyJellicent12, Mar 21, 2011.

  1. ShinyJellicent12
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    ShinyJellicent12 I summon giant clover-shaped meteors in the sky

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    I was on Filetrip and I found something called DarkStar. It looked really cool, but its corrupted? what is it anyway???
     
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    Sausage Head Lord Sausage LXIX

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  3. ShinyJellicent12
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    ShinyJellicent12 I summon giant clover-shaped meteors in the sky

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    I am using wood R4 1.25, and it just shows a question mark on a ds!!! I googled "DarkStar DS" and it looks cool!
     
  4. VatoLoco

    VatoLoco Don't crush that dwarf, hand me the pliers.

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    The DL from Filetrip worked fine for me.
    I just tried it out on my DStwo. It's a homebrew with some games (DS-Mines, Tic-Tac-Toe, Etc.), and a 'Paint' style drawing app.
     
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    Sausage Head Lord Sausage LXIX

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    Use HBmenu, it is a stand-alone (as an NDS file) firmware that is optimized for homebrew applications.
    If you can't find "HBmenu", search for "Homebrew menu"
     
  6. DanTheManMS

    DanTheManMS aka Ricochet Otter

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    Just run the *.ds.gba version in no$gba. It mostly works just to get an idea of what it does.

    But by god, I haven't heard the names "DarkStar" "DarkainMX" and "Lynx" in YEARS. You're looking at one of the oldest homebrew programs available for the DS, so getting it to work on any slot-1 program might be a challenge. In fact I'm not even sure if you can even convert the *.ds.gba version to a workable *.nds file, since it was probably compiled before the two formats were more-or-less identical.