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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by shaunj66, Feb 2, 2006.
Here's a little information for you...
The game is an action platformer starring a frog who's supposedly a spy. You can use lots of different gadgets during the game that take advantage of all the DS features (stylus, mic. etc...).
Here are some screens:
Looks like a cute fun little game... Might try this one out. The art style reminds me of Yoshi's Island.
looks kinda weird, will give it a go since i can't make it past day 4 in eyeshield.
very hand-drawn/flash looking
I'd play it if it were localized for sure. Looks fun.
Reminds me of Yoshi's Island....
I've got a probably very simple to answer, off topic question that someone could probably PM me with or post a link to the answer.... what program/hardwares do you use to take your screen captures of these NDS games with? thanks in advance
Had a quick blast, only going off 10 minutes play. When you jump the camera is awful. I wasn't aware it was possible to screw up the camera in a 2d platformer. You seem to walk along until you get an obstacle, then press/rub the touch screen to get past it.
the guys who delevoped this must of taken way too much acid in their teenage years....
I'm curious as well.
A very complicated piece of kit that goes by the name of Google.
You aren't supposed to tell them that... it's suppost to be one of those "tricks of the trade" type of things.
Boxart is crazy...
...but it owns!
Just like shaunj66's avatar
...thanks for the obvious sarcasm. and I return with my own: "i guess you dont know either?"
gah, an emulator + printscreen button
and like shaunj66 said, use google to find the first one...
I am quite aware of Google or doing a screen capture - I guess my real question would be (I probably wasnt clear enough in my first post, but...), what is the name of the emulator that people use... one that actually works, since iDeaS 22.214.171.124 works with very few games and Dualis r12 isnt exactly the greatest thing since sliced bread. And it is quite obvious that images.Google.com would be a place to get images of games that people have already captured - but what is not quite so obvious (and is what I am asking) is of what program are those images captured with.
sarcasm shows nothing - other than the fact that you are unwilling to help answer this simple question OR really don't know either
Again, Thanks in advance for a useful answer.
id242 I wasn't trying to be sarcastic. I was serious!
AFAIK there are no better emulators than the two you mentioned, except the leaked Ensata emulator that works with very few ROMs (But those it does work with; work quite well! (Don't ask where to get that emulator by the way, it's an official Nintendo emulator that has been leaked quite a while ago now if you didn't know that already)).
Besides emulators, the only other option is to use the Nitro DS system that developers and selected game reviewers have. You may have seen it, it's a large blue box with a hefty lead connected to a DS through the DS card slot.
The game cart is inserted into the Nitro box and can capture video/image output from the two DS screens.
IGN use this for example.
And last but not least, just get official screenshots from the game developers.
Other than that; you're out of luck mate.
I don't get why they don't sell those blue boxes to the public. Help get images and videos out for their games. I know there are some games out there that have no images or videos anywhere.
Thanks very much for your detailed reply! ...to avoid confusion, note that my PM to you was sent before reading this reply.
thank you.... please look forward to what was mentioned in my PM to you. again, thanks
Yeah, and Nintendo might as well give the blue prints to hackers for hacking the DS Selling that thing would be like a free ticket to reverse engineering the rest of the DS.
well, they could always make a box that does nothing more than video and junk.
Though you are right Zaraf.
If it plugs into the DS slot, its automaticly a new way to hack the system.
Theyed probly find a way to hook up a whole harddrive to the darn thing xD
That would be cool
Though its already kidna possible >.>