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Chainsawkitten
Posted: Mon Apr 06, 2009 7:28 pm Reply with quote
Joined: 04 Dec 2008 Posts: 154 Location: Sweden
Calling : an Unlogical Series of Events is a short textbased homebrew Nintendo DS-game.

The game is fairly simple to use. Type your command and press Enter to execute it. Type 'help' to get a list of the available commands.

The game only uses the touch screen, so if you're playing it on an emulator: don't think you can type using your keyboard...

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Playing Homebrew DS-games
There are two possible solutions on playing homebrew Nintendo DS games.

Play it on the DS (the nice way)
Requirements
*A Nintendo DS (Obviously)
*A flashcard (eg. R4, M3 or DSTT)
*A microSD-card and reader

How to do
There are several flashcards to choose between. For a more detailed guide on how to get and use one, please see http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-run-Homebrew-on-your-Nintendo-DS/.


Emulator (the "I don't need any hardware"-way)
Requirements
*A PC

How to do
Download No$GBA and start the game.


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Verdalas
Posted: Tue Apr 07, 2009 12:18 am Reply with quote
Joined: 27 Feb 2007 Posts: 3627 Location: When the time is right, you'll know..
This looks really interesting and I'd love it for my DS. Sadly, didn't they make the card readers illegal after people started downloading licensed games?

Either way, I might get the emulated version..
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Chainsawkitten
Posted: Tue Apr 07, 2009 1:11 pm Reply with quote
Joined: 04 Dec 2008 Posts: 154 Location: Sweden
Card readers aren't illegal (as far as I know, I guess it depends on where you live) in themselves, but using them for illegal content is, of course, illegal.

Knives are legal, as long as you don't stab people with them. ^_^

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The problem is that the device itself is not illegal. “It’s the purposes that people use it for that’s often illegal,” says Rob Saunders, a spokesman for Nintendo UK.
http://technology.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/tech_and_web/gadgets_and_gaming/article4484224.ece

A short summary of what's legal and what's not: http://www.nds-gear.com/legal.shtml

However, this can vary depending on your local laws. If you're interested in getting one, look them up first.
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