Dj Portable DS

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  1. zatelli
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    zatelli GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Dj Portable DS

    Ouendan like homebrew








    t4ils has released a new homebrew game that goes by the name of Dj Portable DS.


    [​IMG]




    How to play :
    • Copy songX.sav files at the root of your flashcard or anywhere else.
    • It uses FAT libs but it's still playable without, it just won't be able to save.
    • In addition to the game there's a song editor.
    • In later releases, the game will be released with full songs.

    The game:

    The objective is to hit the right buttons accurately and obtain a score as high as possible.
    The more you the correct buttons in sync with the music, the higher your combo thus te higher your score.

    A precision rating as well as your hits combo will eventually show up at top right corner of your screen.



    [​IMG] Dj portable DS


     
  2. falcon64z8

    falcon64z8 GBAtemp Fan

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    Actually this homebrew is more like that korean psp game, in which this homebrew has the exact same controls.
     
  3. azndragonguy115

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    ^ thats probably why it called Dj portable DS considering the original is call DJ MAX Portable
     
  4. falcon64z8

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    Yea I did not know what the name of that psp game was but on the headline the person who made this news said it was like Ouendan.
     
  5. astromantic

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    Can someone please tell me how to get this working on a G6 lite?
    Thanks
     
  6. sipoon

    sipoon GBAtemp Regular

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    what kind of music is it? midi?mp3?
     
  7. t4ils

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    Hi there [​IMG]
    Thanks for trying my homebrew [​IMG]

    it's using modified midi files. They are modified with a realistic sound engine, the one from guitar pro 5
    I use it to record guitar sounds and piano.

    you need to apply dldi patch to use this game if your card is not natively supported ( didn't need to do it with my supercard cf)

    here is a new release
    http://t4ils.free.fr/Projets_NDS/Dj_Portable_DS/

    with english/french languages and some improvements [​IMG]
     
  8. rice151

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    hmm, i'm very interested, but I keep getting white screens with my G6 Lite

    Yes, I applied the DLDI patch, maybe I need to tinker w/ the settings?
    Or use the .gba.nds 1?
     
  9. mr_unanimous

    mr_unanimous Newbie

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    Patch the .gba.nds one and use it [​IMG].
    Works under G6 Lite.
     
  10. Exort

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    For the admin : could be a good idea to update the link with the latest version

    Edit :
    I forgot to mention : the orignal PSP game is actually based itself on Konami games like Beatmania or Guitar Freaks, much more than on Ouendan anyway ^^