Need good homebrew games/apps!

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Sep 4, 2012

Need good homebrew games/apps! by dsiman at 1:12 PM (1,884 Views / 0 Likes) 15 replies

  1. dsiman
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    ok i have just joined gba temp as i visit this place a lot for homebrew and thought i might just sign up. I need some really good homebrew games or apps for my dsi [running on ttds with main boot os as moonshell 2.05 and ttmenu as an sub-application].
    i kinda need it for showing off ;) , but my main purpose is to have fun with them. can someone please give me a good list and tell me?
     
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    You know, GBATemp has a search function....
    Anyway here are some links.


    1. Top 30 DS Homebrew

    2. [Essentials] Homebrew

    3. NDS Homebrew Database

    4. [Essentials] Homebrew 2

    5. Homebrew Starters Pack - Suggested by EbraamMorcos

    6. Fireworlds - Suggested by Dirbaio

    7. Homebrew Apps&Games - Suggested by jurassicplayer

    8. Nintendo DS - Homebrew Applications - Suggested by jurassicplayer

    9. THE LATEST IN NINTENDO DS HOMEBREW APPLICATIONS & MULTIMEDIA - Suggested by jurassicplayer

    10. THE LATEST IN NINTENDO DS HOMEBREW GAMES - Suggested by jurassicplayer

    11. NDS Homebrew Games - Suggested by Another World

    12. NDS Homebrew Applications - Suggested by Another World


    Don't even bother reading! LOL, LMAO, LMFAO!
     
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    My personal best and most used one has got to be lmp-ng.

    I've used it way more then any other homebrew program out there and always had it on in PT/school/public.

    Yaay for Phatty DS MP3 player.
     
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    Member Dirbaio GBAtemp Regular

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    Check out Fireworlds!
    http://gbatemp.net/topic/294404-fireworlds-a-ds-platformerpuzzle-game-ds-entry/

    (Disclaimer: I made Fireworlds ;) )
     
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    wow! this community is awesome! thanks people!
     
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    small problem: i've already reviewed/downloaded most of these. :(
     
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    Former Staff Another World Emulate the Planet!

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    people are going to suggest for you the things they like, not necessarily the things you will like. for example, when i travel i make use of Clirc on the ds, i highly recommend it, but it is only going to be interesting to you if you chat on IRC. here is another example, nitrotracker is a solid application for making music, but i don't use it so i would probably not remember to recommend it.

    it might be easier if you simply told us what type of things you are looking for. do you want chatting applications, art applications, music applications, multimedia applications, etc? do you want rpgs, platformers, or adventure games? do you want emulators and interpreters?

    another suggestion is simply to go through the files on filetrip and see what interests you. in the long run it may save you time as you won't be clicking on every suggested link or collection of suggested files.

    http://filetrip.net/nds-downloads/games/
    http://filetrip.net/nds-downloads/applications/

    homebrew can be very personal. find what you love and start to build your own list of suggested files.

    -another world
     
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    I'm into 3d games (looking for a download for GeoWars), mp4/avi/wmv players, music players, and NO PUZZLE GAMES PLEASE.
    Thanks
    DSiMan.
     
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    As far as video players go, you're going to be disappointed. Unless you have something like a DSTwo, you're going to need to convert your video files over to DPG and use moonshell.
    (Moonshell comes with a DPG converter.)

    Yes I know about TunaVids and such, but IIRC those perform worse.
     
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    I didn't get the dpg converter with moonshell. Do u know where i can get it? (batch dpg does not work)
    Thanks
    DSiMan.
     
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    I suggest checking out GBAtemp's own filetrip.
    Filetrip is the best site I know for downloading homebrew.
    I also suggest downloading the latest moonshell, it does come with all the tools you need.
     
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    If Batch DPG isn't working then you might want to try a converter with support for many more input formats, such as SUPER.
    http://www.afterdawn.com/software/audio_video/convert_video/super.cfm
     
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    is SUPER Completely free? no trial periods and such, right?
     
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    Yes, it's free.
    But out of curiosity, what would be the problem, if it were a shareware program? :mellow:
     

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