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Play DS ROMs on Your actual DS console?
You can do this with one of the 'blank' Nintendo DS Flash Cards also known as R4DS cartridges. R4 DS Card is the most popular / best selling DS Flash Card of all times, but there are many more competing brands with different new features and support for MP3 files, DivX movies, Homebrew Games and Apps and Emulated NES, SNES etc games right on Your NDS / DS Lite or DSi XL. With Homebrew DS Emulator play NES roms, SNES roms and many other classic games emulated on new DS Lite, DSi or even the big XL handhelds.
3DS is R4 incompatible
Nintendo has blocked flash cards from 3DS
Japanese Nintendo 3DS consoles were blocking all NDS and DSi compatible flash cards from running NDS roms on N3DS but it only took a couple of days to carck the console and now we are happy to report that Nintendo 3DS has been hacked and there are already a dozen or so R4DS cards that work on the new console in DSi / DS-MODE!
Follow the link to get the list of all the best Nintendo Compatible R4 3DS Flash Cards »
NDS ROMs for DSi, DS Lite
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NDS emu. Game Boy, GBC roms, NES Super intendo SNES roms and Gameboy Advance GBA roms. Thanks for downloading and testing dsemu. As of right now, you're not getting a DS emulator, but an early Gameboy Advance emulator. Try it out, let us know what you think. What You get in Nintendo DS emu ZIP file: dsemu.exe - Main executable gba.dll - Emulation plugin Emulator source files afire.bin sg_bump.bin - Test rom 4: Bump mapping (courtesy of sgstair) What To Do With It - Simply run NDSemu.exe and select a ROM from File/Open. Official specifications and pictures of the new N console Nintendo DS AceKard DSi first flash card for DSi roms and old games on DSi.
NDS Games the games we hope to see released as ds roms.
Nintendo 3DS Review
impressions from hands-on testing at E3
Without a doubt the Nintendo 3DS is an outstanding hardware. It surely makes the use of 3D glasses just a thing of the past. What makes this display system a real genius is Nintendo 3D slider. By adjasting the slider, you no longer have to worry about getting your eyes strained because of too much exposure to the effect of the 3D. You have definitely nothing to complain about most especially when it comes to the images because it does not show any kind of dullness or fuzziness in the graphics - they are crisp and sharp.
If you decided to try first the game 3DS Starfox64, which is a remake of N64 title, you might eventually end up thinking that this was a big mistake to get started with this game because you might have some difficulty adjusting your eyes to the effects of the 3D. You may want to try instead the game Metal Gear Solid 3, and once you see the alligator swing and jump on the screen, then that would definitely be the time that you will be able to appreciate it. If you really want to appreciate the game even more, then I suggest that you check out the 3DS version of 3D Pong as it will definitely work great.
It would be very important to keep in mind that as you are trying to play any of the 3D games, you have to see to it that you are at a stationary position because it may not be advisable to play it while you are on the road.
Advanced Premium class R4 3DS Flash Card with built in co-processor, GBA emulator, DivX player
The SuperCard DSTWO is a flash card from Nintendo that is compatible with NDS, SNES, MAME, DSi and GBA games. SCDS2 is also versatile in that it can be used to listen to MP3, read eBooks, watch DivX or Avi movies, and process other media formats. Aside from these things, SuperCard DSTWO can use plug-ins which helps facilitate the search for emulators and other necessary software applications in the main menu. This flash card can be bought from Nintendo and its distributors in a simple box that comes along with a USB micro SD card reader, SCDS flashcard, and a simple manual that can guide the user on how to play games on the 3DS. You can start with ease by simply downloading and unzipping the DS ROM torrent games. Transfer these to a micro SD card so you can start playing games, reading eBooks, viewing pictures, listening to MP3 files, and using other plug-ins and applications. These are the features in the flash card that can entertain you when you use it.
Main features of the Nintendo SuperCard DSTWO DSi / 3DS flash card that a user can enjoy are such as:
- Built-in GBA Emulator for 3DS and DSi consoles that have no Gameboy cartridge slot.
- Built-in DivX Player can play Avi / Mkv / WMV files directly without any need for re-encoding on PC. (other R4 Gold 3DS / R4i
3DS cards that do not have a co-processor can play video only after it has been re-encoded in a special lower quality format that DS can understand using software tools on PC)
- Built-in exclusive SNES emulator with full Speed and Sound support like no other R4i has.
- Built-in special MAME emulator that takes advantage of ectra CPU in the card.
- Can use all emulators that R4 has - NES, GB, GBC, SEGA, Atari, ZX Spectrum and others
- Integrated MP3 Player that we have come to ecpect from any R4DS card!
- Real time game guide (can Pause a game and check the walktrough file)
- Real time save (saving the progress at any place in the game more stable for 3D games)
- Real time cheat codes (finds cheats based on numbers or keywords you eneter)
- Free cheat function (look at cheats even while playing)
- Multi saves (real time saving and up to four slots can be used for each DS rom)
- File management (easier cut, copy and paste file names)
- Slow motion with four-level speed
- eBook reader that supports JPEG, BMP, PNG, GIF, TIF, PDF, and TXT
- Hardware defense against anti-piracy without patching needed
- Intelligent clean mode (automatic detection of save types and memory card speed)
The software used in the Nintendo 3DS R4 SuprCard DSTWO flash card (SC3DS) has a slick menu similar in style to the DSi menu. It looks just like any top quality software as it is surrounded by the standard purple background. It is has a menu that is user friendly, given that it can be used with great ease. Navigation is quite easy to do and understand. The menu is also a great help in launching homebrewed games, eBooks and emulators. All you have to do is to tap on the icon of the task that you want to do. To start a game going for GBA or DS, just drag and drop it to the playing field. To set up plug-ins in your menu, just put any emulator or homebrew in the flash card and put the plug-in. The plug-in that you will use already has an icon that can be used in the menu and an .ini file which are all available in the folder. If you want to start running games, no patching is needed. As long as you have clean ROMs, they will function well when used in the SuperCard DSTWO. The team behind this flash card is always ready to update the software used in it. By updating, this involves adding new items to the flash card and upgrading the old ones to keep up with newer requirements. Before this flash card was launched, the team promised a great feature in the AVI movie playback which is the drag and drop, plus the SNES emulation. Now, the players are still waiting for these features to be incorporated to SuperCard DSTWO. The team though is still continually working on updating the flash card. On the other hand, the homebrew community is working nonstop in making new items that can be used in the card. They have already come up with emulators, plug-ins and games. Some of the plug-ins that they have made are clocks, organizers, and many other useful applications.
How DSTWO the Built-in GBA Emulator of SuperCard DSTWO Works
The GBA emulator in SuperCard DSTWO works by updating the firmware in the flash card. This is the main function of the built-in emulator at least, for most games. It can be used only after tweaking it to work with games that run smoothly, games with graphical errors, and games that are quite slow. The use of the emulator sometimes work and sometimes don't with some games. However, the SuperCard team is still working on an updates version of this emulator. Despite some of its flaws, it is still a necessary feature that should come with your GBA games when you use the slot 1. The truth is, SuperCard DSTWO is the only flash card with a slot 1 option that has a built-in GBA emulator. It also has other built-in features which make the games even more entertaining, such as cheat codes and frame skip options. It would have been better to see an option that allows the players to have a full screen playback of the games that are being used as well as large screens for playing with DSi and DSi XL. Right now, the game still has a black border surrounding it. Hopefully, a full screen game option will be available in future firmware updates that will be made by the SuperCard team. There are other enjoyable features that many players have surely noticed too, such as 24-hour clock and real time saves. I have not seen any issues with these features yet.
SuperCard DSTWO 3DS Game Back-up Compatibility
After I bought the SuperCard DSTWO 3DS flash card, I predicted right there and then that the card will work just fine for playing games. It has been released a long time after the first card was distributed. This is why anyone can expect great compatibility from the site. Moreover, the SuperCard team has already proven themselves after being around for a long time. It is easy to conclude that they already know what they are doing. To check which games would work with the unit, I tested several games released from different regions. All the games that I have tested worked just fine with the flash card. This could be due to the easy way of running NDS and GBA games.
The build of the card is quite fair, with the use of a thin plastic. The unit can be easily disassembled by just taking out a single screw. The loaded slot has a spring that is a bit stiff, but is has held the micro SD card securely. It is wrapped in a simple but elegant packaging. It already has everything that you need to start playing games except a micro SD card. It is designed for beginners and even advanced players with its drag and drop options. There are also advanced plug-ins that can start activating games, emulators and applications in a customized menu system. The flash card uses a great menu with touch display and picture icons. The look and function of the menu is similar to that of the DSi menu. The emulator built in to the flash card works well though it still needs some tweaking for some games that do not run well. The eBook reader can be used immediately after just a few clicks. Some NDS games though that I have tried running on the SuperCard DSTWO flash card encountered some technical glitches. However, some games just slowed down due to the low micro SD card speed.
During my homebrew testing, I found out that some of them have problems in working with SuperCard DSTWO. There are homebrews that are already updated work with a plug-in in the flash card's easy interface menu. This only facilitates easy playing. Another feature in the flash card that is worth praising is that you can play GBA games even when you use the slot 1 option, This is a big advantage of DSi and DSi XL users which do not have a slot 2 option. In general, the SuperCard DSTWO 3DS flash card is a much richer product from Nintendo. It is expected that the firmware updates in the following months and some more add-ons that the team comes up with will only make it even better. There are only a few minor issues with the GBA emulation and use of homebrew games, but these can be offset by how good the card is in when it comes to NDS game backups. After testing the flash card, I can recommend it to any player who uses DS Lite, DSi or DSi XL. To come up with this review, I have tried several games to check which one will work fine and most of the games work well with the flash card. I do not expect to see major problems in the way when it comes to playing using this card.
- Only R4 3DS Card compatible with GBA ROMS / Can Emulate GBA games
- High Compatibility with NDS games
- Has a microSD / microSDHC card reader and easy to follow manual
- Has a nice menu system that can be expected from any available flash cards now
- Simple to use when it comes to playing SNES, MAME, GBA and NDS games
- Ideal for advanced users due to many options and extra features
- Build quality of the flash card is just avarage and if bent cart seems to easily come apart
- Some GBA games have slowdowns and require frameskipping.
- Has a premium price in the upper range
- Uses advanced plug-ins and features that might be harder for beginners and average users
Roms and Flash Card News
GBAnet - the longest lasting Gameboy Advance emulator and accessorie review site has published their reviews of tested DS backup game cartridges. Read and compare test results of R4 DS Revolution Review , M3 DS Real and CycloDS Evolution, G6DS Real Review, M3DS Simply .
DS Roms.com has reported that the supposedly leaked Sonic DS was actually a fake. First real SEGA Sonic DS game is called Sonic Rush and is released as rom number 0176.
Dual Screen Mario Kart DS is pure go-kart racing fun. And what’s even better is it’s portable and dual-screen. If you’ve enjoyed the MarioKart arcade or SNES and N64 console versions and think that you’ve seen all there is to it, give Mario Kart DS a try and experience what others have already been enjoying for quite some time now. One of the best Nintendo Wi-Fi online game play examples and a challenging game to play with your friends in local multiplayer matches.
Progetto - first let me thank you for seeding our romsets as DS Rom Torrents. Could you please contact me about possible cooperation and hosting them on this site.
(or if someone knows how we can get in contact with Progetto please e-mail.)
Before you download nds roms we would like to warn you that NDS Emulator compatibility with roms at this time is very limited, so there is only a limited number of games that you can play on the PC with DS emu. The best emulator for NDS is No$GBA.
There maybe more compatible nds roms as new versions of the rom emulators are released so check compatibility at NDSemulator.com website : DeSmuME / Ensata / iDeaS / Dualis / DSemu .
How we got from playing NDS roms from GBA cartridges to R4DS cards like SCTWO
The very first DS Game Backup Flash card that was compatible with the DSi was the R4i SDHC, and this was manufactured for the market of homebrew. Some time in 2009, during the year’s second quarter, after Nintendo’s release of the DSi, the card was introduced to the market. It had similar functions to that of the former kinds of cards for the DS. This even included a support for the 32GB Micro-SDHC. Through DS Moonshell Media Player user was now able to play various kinds of media, and the updates for the software may now be updated frequently.
During the last quarter of the month of July, this year, 2009, DSi cards were disabled for the mean time, when there was a release of the firmware for DSi. There were a lot cards, like for instance the Acekard 2i, as well as EZFlash, were now capable of patching so that it would now be compatible with the updated firmware. But, unfortunately, it was not possible for the R4i SDHC to do so. Due to this, cards in this form were not used for the console DSi.
In connection to this, the situation made its manufacturers think twice about how the issue may be resolved, and how they would have the means to come up with a card that was compatible.
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(they are shipping from Germany - Fast delivery, VAT included in the price and no hustle with customs). FLStore ships worldwide, but fastest in EU.
|GamesYeah China has a great deal on R4i cards and refurbished DS Lite consoles. Shipping from China takes a bit longer but You can get a full set of all the tools for playing NDS ROMS, GBA ROMs, MP3, Movies cheap! Remeber that with any DS Flash Card You can get emulators for SNES, NES, GB, Game Gear, PC Engine and other classic rom games!
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