does anyone know what this homebrew was called?

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by mercluke, Nov 9, 2008.

  1. mercluke
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    last year when i had my scsd i remember playing a really impressive 3d racing homebrew where tracks were randomly generated so that you could have infinite levels and i wanted to play it again but i can't remember what it's called, does anyone here know what it's called?

    extra info:
    • can hold two items at once
    • use "L" and "R" buttons to use items
    • had motion support so that if you had an r6 you could play it the same as mario kart wii
    • there was a sequel made by the same dude
    • extremely impressive 3d graphics
    • you are in a spaceship of some sort racing on different planets
    any help would be greatly appreciated as i really loved playing this game

    PS. mods, if this is the wrong section, feel free to move it
     
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    wtf? this sounds like a f-zero gx game. i want to no wat this is called too O.O
     
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    It isn't Whee!DS2 is it?
     
  4. mercluke
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    ya that looks familiar, i'll go try it now. if it is the game then thanks very much

    EDIT: yep, that's the one, thanks again i really love this game

    @da_head: link is here if you want it
     
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    BTW, I thought that the bomb powerup ruined the sequel so I always play the first one instead.
     

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