Nintendo Game Seminar games dumps?

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Mar 17, 2010
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    That DrawDrawPenner game looks fun though.
     
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    I'd like to clarify that I'm not asking where to download the Nintendo Game Seminar games (which, by the way, are not available commercially, thus rendering the entire "piracy" issue moot). I'm asking if they have been dumped and made available for download.

    If that's still against the forums rules, feel free to delete this thread.
     
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    Are these seminars held in only Japan?
    I highly doubt it, but it is possible as people have dumped Nintendo DS demo stations before, probably by uncovering a hidden DS/or server and somehow dumping a nds file.

    To: Chaz and Dangy
    Even if he was asking for a download, its NOT against the rules on GBAtemp to ask for these games, since they are available free to download at Seminars, and these development games are like homebrew in a way.
     
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    As far as I know, yes. Unfortunately.
     

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