Quake DS for R4DS cards
This game is not the very first of its kind but it holds bragging rights for being the one to have set the standards for First Person Shooter Games - DS FPS. Originally, the Quake was released for the PC. This game had set the ball rolling for the whole first person shooter game, and that being said, you can count on this game to really give you an amazing gameplay. Now that it is already available for the Nintendo DS if you have an R4 DS, you will get a chance to play the Quake with your NDS or NDSi console.
It is the home port of the Quake homebrew - the shooter has struck in the first person since 1996 - the Nintendo DS system system.Due limits, this port is much more than he would have been! Here's why: * It must be the original game, somewhere 10:00 to 12:00 megabytes of RAM, including loading the program into memory. The DS has only four megabytes of memory for general use - not cool .* The original game was bundled software, the amount of processing power that the DS do not .* The original game required a math co-processor (also known as the FPU). Neither the processor of the DS has an FPU for all floating point operations must be emulated, which is very slow.But so shook need: * The game continues, like any other platform in the world, is not it? * The DS has hardware that can accelerate 3D graphics * the DS has built a wireless interface - someone to DS-DS Deathmatch critics?.
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.