Is there any way to play ds games from flashcards with circlepad

Discussion in '3DS - Flashcards & Custom Firmwares' started by alirezay, Nov 3, 2012.

  1. alirezay
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    Is there any way guys?!?!??
     
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    I've played every game I put on my Supercard DStwo with the circle pad. I'm pretty sure Nintendo assigned the circle pad to be the same on the D-pad for DS games.
     
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    The use of a flashcart has nothing to do with the 3DS Circle Pad.
    The Circle Pad appears as the D-Pad to every DS cart, including flashcarts.
     
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    I find it necessary for most 2D games to still be played with the D-pad, though... Menu selection is a pain with a circle pad.
     
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    Thanks guys...im going to buy r4i dual core tommorow
     
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    Why a R4i dual core? It's not recommented!
     
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    DON'T!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Get supercard DSTWO instead. You'll thank yourself later.
     
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    if you want to save money buy the r4i gold (http://www.r4ids.cn). it supports the new firmware, wood kernel, and has a very high compatibility rate with roms and homebrew. if you want features (real time save, exclusive emulation, slow-motion, in-game guide, fuzzy cheat finder, alternate video format playback, etc) then grab a scds2. the price is greater and it will eat a bit more of the battery life.

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