Looking for a homebrew programmer

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  1. Kasimo
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    Hi there,

    i am looking for someone, who has programmed a nice homebrew for the Nintendo DS. I want to pay for the licence. The game is for download from my homepage or maybe as giveaway with a flashcard.
     
  2. BigX

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    you want "any" homebrew or something special?
     
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    I don't think I fully understand, you want to make a homebrew game into a commercial one?
     
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    He will pay someone to put up his homebrew for download on his site or pack it with a flashcard.

    [​IMG]
     
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    @TC I question your ulterior motives
     
  6. Kasimo
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    I am looking for a little game. (Homemade)
    The intention is to sell a flashcard. I would like to put the game on the card and on the homepage too.
    Just for people who wants to start with a flashcard and homebrews.
    You know, if you start with any of these cards, they are blanc. ( plug in, start, nothing to play )
    It is not very easy for a beginner to install one of these games.
    There are so many Homebrews gettable by internet and that is why an flashcard is so interesting.
     
  7. teonintyfive

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    What are you talking about? Plug into computer with given cable (if using SD, then given SD reader) and then bam throw everything inside, take out, put in DS, TADAAA
     
  8. BigX

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    teonintyfive it is a legal problem in germany to do or instruct to do just that!
    He wants to sell a flashcart as many shops do. But if you sell those in germany you are not allowed to sell pirated copies for instance.
    On the other side, homebrew is free, but not supposed to be sold with some hardware.
    Now this fellow wants someone to programm some software he could give away for free with the hardware.

    I'd rather point the user to the homebrew scene and some easy how to's. Or make those how to's available in german along with some homebrew, after you contacted that programmer!
     
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    I wasn't saying to do it with Commercial Roms D:
     
  10. Kasimo
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    thx to BigX.

    You are totally right.

    I am looking in the homebrew scene too.

    I wrote an install guide for moonshell and an userguide for the card in german. Just for "dummies". Step by step. :-)

    Parents buying a cards for their kids and most of them are not as clever as teonintyfive. :-)

    They buy the card. Starts it with the NDS. They see a nice picture and nothing happend. [​IMG]

    Yes it can play mp3, movies and homebrew........ but only after installing free software.... [​IMG]

    Installing software??? [​IMG] That is what most of the german are.. [​IMG]
     
  11. BigX

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    no that's not a problem of germans in general...this is a problem of new Flashcart user!
    Anybody not in the material might get some things wrong.
    What cards are you shipping anyway?
    I prefer the M3 carts. on the Simply or Real you could check the installed OS and (integrated) Moonshell version.
    If you ship these with a manual (on a cd) where to put NDS Software and how to patch e.g. DLDI able Homebrew software (maybe even putting Chims DLDI software on the cd) allong with some URLs where to read up more information if desired.
    I think the average parent could do it then.
    Do you have a shop site somewhere?