TuxsliDeS

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  1. VatoLoco
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    VatoLoco Don't crush that dwarf, hand me the pliers.

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    [​IMG] TuxsliDeS
    NEW DS Homebrew


    TuxsliDeS is a DS homebrew made by Tomdev. The game is a side scrolling platformer where your mission is to guide your penguin to safety while avoiding obstacles and enemies. More information can be found at the project page linked below.



     
  2. Wizerzak

    Wizerzak Because I'm a potato!

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    Looks good, downloading now.
     
  3. shakirmoledina

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    interesting, looks like mario but faster and with less features... nice quick coding
     
  4. Laughing Stock

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    It sort of looks like Runman.
     
  5. CoNS

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    What is the argv protocol?

    I have an Acekard 2i running the latest version of AKAIO. Does this use the argv protocol?
     
  6. mooiweer

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    hey wow gonna check it out. its looks as tux race what i played on pc was a fun game with simple but cool music: racing with a penguin on his belly down to the finish. dunno if you can choose the icebear gliding on a tube or this penguin looks the same as the linux icon [​IMG]
     
  7. Jasper07

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    Ha yea the coder has played that game also I believe, I know him...
     
  8. Tom1307

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    Iirc yes, the argv protocol is a protocol for passing arguments to a function, in this case it's needed to retrieve the filename so that Nitrofs (also referred to as libfilesystem) can be initialized [​IMG]
    This is important because the collision map I made can only be read if nitrofs is initialized.

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