Lone Wolf - Flight from Dark
If you aren’t familiar with Gamebooks, these are novels released in the 80’s, which had really good plots. It gave readers the freedom to choose their own paths by letting the go to a numbered section which they prefer going to. It is a fun and interactive activity. Gamebooks introduced the concepts of enemy fights, inventory, and dice results. These breakthrough ideas paved the way for the stuff we see today in role playing video games. Lone Wolf books allow the console to take care of all the rules that have something to do with combat and stats. Without having the need to bother himself with gameplay elements, the player can immerse himself completely in the story.
In itself, the Nintendo DS is already one amazing gaming system and many people will agree with this. But, when you add R4 DS card into the equisaion and in addition to that a few dedicated homebrew programmers, you will definitely be able to appreciate this ultra cool handheld console.
What is DS Homebrew?
Nintendo DS Homebrew essencialy is 3rd party unofficial software "home made" for the NDS by hobbyist programmers, as opposed to official Nintendo licensed software produced by a game development companies and corporation. Licensed developers use the official Dev Kits (development tools from Nintendo) when as the DS homebrew software is typically made and used on DS via third-party rewritable game cartridges like R4DS, SuperCard DStwo and AceKard and microSD card.