What are the best Homebrew Game and Applications without wifi needed?

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    Currently, the best homebrew game is StillAlive DS. There's no best homebrew app at the moment, but i guess it will be SoulAnger's menuDo. [​IMG]
     
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    AmplituDS is another great homebrew game, and LemmingsDS is a great port of, you know, Lemmings.
     
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    Huh? Ideas? Theyre already made except for menuDo, i think...
     
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    My favorite homebrew game is Tetattds...i'am playing it online right now...so join if you want, the server is always empty =(

    Edit: yes, there's also an offline game...so you dont need wifi...
     
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    My idea is not to bump your topic less than an hour after it was last posted in. What could it have possibly been, the fifth topic down at most?

    Dice Wars is an awesome remake of the Risk-esque flash game, you might have a bit of a time finding it though as the web site has been down for some months.
     
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    lol. if you get the games and music, made by datel, it come loaded with 30 homebrews. some of them are quite fun [​IMG]
     
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    They're all free, and might not the latest version. It would be perfectly legal for me to upload the homebrews in the disc. So no need to buy it.
     
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    I want to take this chance to ask... What's the best MUSIC PLAYER homebrew? Has anybody been able to make LMP-ng's playlist function work :wtf:? And that's that [​IMG] !
     
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    Games - StillAliveDS and Video Games Hero are definitly awesome homebrew. I don't use applications, though...
     
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    Colors!, PocketPhysics, StillAliveDS, TetAttDS, various retro console/handheld emulators, World of Sand, Warcraft Tower Defense.

    Moonshell has the best audio quality, but I prefer LMP-ng for the ability to shuffle all the music on my card, not just the songs in a single folder. Never messed with its playlist feature though, so I don't know how that works.
     

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