Intigrate Simple Games Into Moonshell???

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Oct 11, 2009
  1. bubbalv29
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    How hard would it be to integrate some simple games like solitaire or something into moonshell, i kno the ds has limited resources, but could some work arounds be made to achieve this, i will not be disappointing if its not possible, but it would be an interesting experiment, it just sounds interesting to me
     
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    I'm pretty sure Moonlight has more pressing issues to deal with than bother with random games.

    But what would be the difference between incorporating the games into Moonshell and just booting it up?
     
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    If you really want integrated simple games, just look for some of the homebrew ones already made and put them in the launch folder o.0 That is pretty much integrated, just use the app screen.
     
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    i kno moonlight has more to worry about, i was just wondering you kno, every once in a while every1 asks a stupid questions and i knew this one was stupid when i asked it, i just couldn't stop myself, i kno it would b simpler to just boot a game, but i think it would be relaxing to listen to music and play a game of solitaire or soduko or something, sry
     
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    While I am inclined to agree with the others and say either use the homebrew launch code available and that there are more pressing concerns I do recall a "port" of a NES emulator I think it was using the internal plugins structure as a framework of sorts.

    Edit:
    It was nesterDS and it came bundled with beta 4:
    http://gbatemp.net/index.php?download=4495

    edit2: missed out a whole bunch more:
    GBAexploader:
    http://gbatemp.net/index.php?download=5806
    tunavids:
    http://gbatemp.net/index.php?download=5805
    nesds:
    http://gbatemp.net/index.php?download=5803
    neoDS:
    http://gbatemp.net/index.php?download=5804

    There was also a text editor but I can not drum up a link right now.
     
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    Or ya can just download ClubHouse Games.
     
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    How does that even remotely help? Chances are, he wants to listen to custom music, not music provided by the game.
     
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    Thanks Eon-Rider, I was looking for the 007 rather than 008 zip file.
     

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