Recommended Homebrew Apps and Games?

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by .Chris, Jul 15, 2010.

  1. .Chris
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    What are some Recommended Homebrew Apps and Games? I am asking this because I need some new homebrew to play with...
     
  2. Lumnous

    Lumnous GBAtemp Regular

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    Lemmings DS
    DS Doom
    DS Organise
    Lameboy
    SNesDS (think thats its name)
    Lonewolf DS (There are 3 Adventure books this moment of time)
     
  3. yzak

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    MOONSHELL!
     
  4. .Chris
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    durr, i already have that
     
  5. monkey_boy4

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    Hay saw this ds homebrew of a mini gun comming out of the screen on youtube if u find out wht its called shout out please
     
  6. riverchen

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    Read the stickies. They have some great NDSHB
     
  7. fearofshorts

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    Powder - An awesome roguelike.
    Warcraft TD - The best Tower-Defense game on the DS. 'Nuff said.
    PuzzleManiak - A great collection of little puzzles.
    VisualNovelsDS - Allows you to read/play visual novels on the DS.
    Bunjalloo - The best stand-alone web-browser out there for the DS. Beats DSO's and doesn't need a server like the other one.
    Lemmings DS - It's Lemmings (duh!).
    OpenTTD - OpenTransportTycoon DS. It was abandoned whilst still in alpha, but really it's more of a late-beta: very playable.
    StillAliveDS - A 2d-clone of Portal (like the ones you can play online). Pretty damn good.
    TetAttDS - Tetris Attack for DS, just about the most fun and well-polished piece of homebrew EVER.
    NitroTracker - A really good tracker (for music creation).
    Glubbies' Planet DS - A very nice 3D game.

    And there's quite a few more, but I don't have time to list them all. Hope that this is a good start!