The way of the future!

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by vivalacola, Nov 22, 2009.

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  1. vivalacola
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    vivalacola Newbie

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    Now theirs software for making ds games!
    Yup thats right, www.dsgamemaker.com hosts one of THE ONLY ds game makers in the world, and the best at that!
    The lite (unregistered) edition has very limited features, but for $11.99/£6/7 you can purchase the full version with no limitations.

    I have been fiddling with the software for about a day now, and im already getting the hang of it [​IMG], im trying out the trial version before i start forkin out £7 xD
    Hpe this helps in future DS game creation! [​IMG]
     
  2. zuron7

    zuron7 RBYG

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    GPS not available in this area
    Old really really old
    Theres a new one coming up called the DS gaminator
    The dev is on temp but can't remember his user.
     
  3. vivalacola
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    vivalacola Newbie

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    Are you kidding me? DSGM is one of the best ive seen, compared to other shizzy ones.
    and the forum is very active, i think i'll stick to it, looks very promising, + ive started to get the hang of it!
     
  4. Gariscus

    Gariscus Former Team Cyclops Mod

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    Meh. Very meh. How is that old program "The way of the future!"?
     
  5. updowners

    updowners lurklurklurk

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    Don't worry, I quoted him in my sig [​IMG]
     
  6. shinnyuuya

    shinnyuuya GBAtemp Fan

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    I will say, Great one is started from a small one. So, The old program is the inspiration for making the new one (or the great one).
     
  7. insanepotato

    insanepotato Advanced Member

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    To be honest, DSGM is horrible imo. May as well just do everything in code. At least if you coded everything in plain c/c++ you'll have less restrictions, not to mention it will keep complexity down =[

    But hay, something's better than nothing *thumbs up* =]
     
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