Homebrew requests topic

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Dec 21, 2010

Homebrew requests topic by YayMii at 2:38 AM (25,112 Views / 1 Likes) 166 replies

  1. YayMii
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    I'm assuming that this is okay because we have a few "requests" topics around the forum.
    I felt that this was needed so DStwo developers can have an easier job deciding what to develop.
    Actually, I made this because I'm too noobish to know how to code anything.

    I'll be listing only what is possible. Anything that can't be done as homebrew (such as modifications to DS_GAME) will not be counted.
    And feel free to post your request even if it's already there (it helps with the counting)

    Requests:
    Emulators and/or emu improvements
    Internet-related (may or may not be possible)
    Warning: Spoilers inside!
    New stuff
     
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    I'd like a nicer G.U.I and a attempt at making it work in DSi mode.
     
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    I'd like a file manager that lets you wirelessly transfer files from your computer.

    It might not be possible, but it would be cool as fucking hell.
     
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    I want an update (official or not) that allows the GBA emulator to play GB and GBC games.
     
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    i don't think either would be possible with just homebrew, but rather the team themselves

    aside from a game ive been working on since september (or trying to... school has been taking up most of my time) when i got my dev cart from the team, i was planning on doing a vb* and gb/gbc emu. maybe i should start working on those [​IMG]

    *virtualboy
     
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    Whats wrong with lameboy??
     
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    Some games such as Pokemon Yellow have sound issues (not sure if that can be fixed like this) and I know of at least one game that gives you bonuses for playing on a GBA. Plus only having one emulator would save on card space.
     
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    DS Presentation Remote/Windows Media Player Remote/ Internet surfing remote homebrew.
     
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    ive also had sound issues on other games too (especially after turbo mode) - and i for one want to hear the opening "resident evil" sound in gaiden [​IMG]

    also, ive had graphical glitches too with pokemon crystal during save states if a text box was open. had a couple of slowdown in games as well. other than that lameboy is good, but i think a native dstwo emulator might be better.
     
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    A way to run the Opera Browser without RAM expansion
     
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    A genesis emulator with HORIZONTAL SCALING plz.

    And I second a better NES emu. I wanna play Otocky, Punch-out and Noah's Ark on the go! XD (and believe me, noah's ark kicks ASS, it's mario meets megaman.)

    AMDS and Lameboy are fine for me, though I'm not AGAINST better ports of emulators for SMS/GG and GB/GBC for the DSTWO.

    The game that has special features on GBA is shantae BTW.
     
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    Pardon the following language, please.

    FUCK YES.

    VB is BETTER on emulators (w/red/cyan glasses) than the original console, needs more love and has some GEMS that need playing.

    And believe me, the 3D IS cool if you've got glasses (and you can make working ones with just red and blue markers, some clear plastic and a tiny bit of skill [​IMG])
     
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    Personally I would like DSTwo 'plugins' that copy DSOrganize features but having each function as a separate 'plugin' instead of an all in one

    I'm currently have DSOrganize installed but don't like/want the HB Database / Browser / IRC features

    What I'd like would be things like the Calender, Address Book, To Do, Notepad (scribble), TXT editor (not reader) & File manager (cut/copy/rename/paste etc) features instead (Don't really need thing like 'picture viewer' as we have iPlayer/iReader)

    Also ideally each one of these 'plugins' have a function to reboot back to the plugin menu.

    * The Calender/ToDo/Address Book all could have a special *.dat (or whatever) file so info can be shared between them (Birthdays,Meetings,Anniversary etc)

    * The 'File manager' could also 'load' certain files into the required plugin ('open' a txt & the TXT Editor is used, open a BMP and use iReader, open a mp3 & iPlayer is used etc etc - all configurable in a *.cnf file perhaps, open a GBA/GBC/GB/SNE rom & the appropriate emulator is launched)
     
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    i would like a version of moonshell that uses the cpu and ram from the dstwo so i can play 24fps videos without running out of resources
     
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    http://wkjeldsen.dk/rtds/ - Again, works with any card, no special SDK necessary.

    If you are gonna request stuff to be made specifically for the SuperCard's enhanced features with its special SDK, request stuff that NEEDS those enhanced features [​IMG]
     
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    Um.... there is already a movie player for the DSTwo, there is no reason for a DSTwo version of moonshell.
     
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    A Megadrive emulator that works better than the ones available would be nice
     
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    can that player play dpg files ? last time i check it cant

    i want stable playback not laggy video as most of the time the dstwo player offers dint you see my look into it >?

    http://gbatemp.net/t264668-looking-into-the-dstwo-iplayer

    DPG4 can have a can go into 30FSP but the ds will run out of resources to make it stable
     

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