dsi motion card?

Discussion in 'NDS - Flashcarts and Accessories' started by Frogman, May 4, 2010.

  1. Frogman
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    Sorry it looks more like it is a fake. It looks like a landing page to get affliate traffic.

    Noticable giveaways descriptions that define it as fake:
    The DSi homebrew support, there currently isn't any.
    The picture is from the M3 touchpod interface.
    No DS game has accelorometer support.
    The description says it is in 2 pieces of male/female adapters. I don't know of any flashcarts that come as 2 pieces.




    After googling, this is the only page that shows up. Every other search item is just the NS168DS word by itself or related only to the PSP.
     
  3. 9th_Sage

    9th_Sage GBAtemp Maniac

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    Actually, IIRC there once was a 'motion card' like that, though it wasn't a flash cart but only an accelerometer. There's a couple of homebrew that support it.
     
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    I picked up an R6 motion for cheap money a while ago. It's ok. It plays retail games, only works on the ds. It's great for pocket physics. I can tell that a game has to be designed with motion support in mind for it to work well.
     
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    Motion support was rarely used in the scene, i can only remember 3, spout ex, pocket physics and a lightsaber simulator.
     
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    Well the 2 sites that sold it are offline. I'd say it is an abandoned developemnet flashcart.