I made this little Java app with the help of @Robz8. It's a simple Nintendo DS banner and palette editor for PC. Current Features Edit banners and palettes manually. If you load a DSi enhanced game, you can edit any of their 8 banners and 8 palettes. Edit the different language titles of the game. You can edit the banners as BIN files generated by the Forwarder3DS app in the @Robz8 thread about Forwarcer CIAS for NDS games in flashcards. The BIN files exported from Forwarder3DS have always length of 0x23C0. (This way, you can export from Forwarder3DS to BIN format, edit with this app, and import it back to Forwarder3DS, so your Forwarder will use the edited banner). Future Features Edit animations of DSi enhanced games frame by frame. Import and export of PNG and GIF picture files. Releases September 2nd, 2016: v0.9 Java JAR build (you need to have Java latest release installed) Windows x64 build (no need to have Java installed) First release. How to use Open a NDS game file or a BIN file exported from Forwarder3DS, pressing the folder icon button in the upper-right corner. Edit whatever you want to edit. Change between titles and icons options using the menu button in the upper-left corner. Press the floppy disk icon button in the Action Bar for saving your changes. You can whether to Overwrite the opened file (this will work on both NDS and BIN files), or Save as... (which currently works only for exporting the BIN files, you'll need to backup your NDS file before saving the changes). Only if using Forwarder3DS BIN files, import the BIN file of 0x23C0 back to the game you want. Note: BIN files gotten with the "Save as..." option in this app will only work on Forwarder3DS if they are from DSi enhanced games, this will be fixed in the next release. Thanks to @Robz8 for the original idea and the name of the app. He is the one who conceived the concept of this tool, and suggested all of the actual and future features. You should check his Forwarder CIAs for NDS games thread.