New and improved, get them NOW! DSGM5 Kits are back!

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  1. Foxi4
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    James Garner from DSGameMaker.com has a rather sweet proposition for y'all - his new and improved Homebrew Kits, now including an Acekard 2i instead of the aged R4 Platinum. DSGameMaker 5 life-time PRO licence, a USB MicroSD card reader, Kingston 2GB MicroSD card and an SD adapter included.

    ...They're cheapo too:

    * 39 USD = £25.00 (GBP - British Pounds)
    * 39 USD = $39.00 (AUD - Australian Dollars)
    * 39 USD = €30.00 (EU - Euros)
    * 39 USD = $40.00 (CAD - Canadian Dollars)
    * 39 USD = ¥3,250 (JPY - Japanese Yen)
    * 39 USD = CHF38.00 (CHF - Swiss Franc)

    The Kit will give you everything you need to start your adventure with game development. What are you waiting for? Step your game up! Buy them till they're fresh!
     
  2. Sausage Head

    Sausage Head Lord Sausage LXIX

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    Pure advertisement?
     
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    This IS the news section y'know.

    Seeing as he re-launched the kits now, I see no reason why I shouldn't inform people about it.
     
  4. twiztidsinz

    twiztidsinz Taiju Yamada Fan

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    Acekard 2i $15
    DSGameMaker 5 life-time PRO licence, $lol
    a USB MicroSD card reader $1
    Kingston 2GB MicroSD card and an SD adapter $5

    So you're paying $39 for what you could buy for $21. Use the remaining $18 to pick up a book or two on C++ and learn ACTUAL coding.
     
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    You can use as much C as you feel like using in DSGM - it's a framework, not a library.

    It just makes programming more convinient and available for the masses.

    I do realize that there are devkitARM and Libnds die-hard users around, but I really couldn't care less about them. As far as I'm concerned, you can even use ARM Assembler if that's how you roll.
     
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    I agree. Closing topic.
     
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