Homebrew Question Switch port for Thief the dark project ?

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Hey guys !
I wonder if it is possible to create a switch port for "Thief the dark project" ?
I really don't know how to do, but maybe with dosbox ? ^^
 

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No source code, can't do it.
Well, there is partial source code and apparently some dude has rewritten the missing parts and is releasing builds of them with new features known as NewDark, but he doesn't want to open source his shit either.
 
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