Neko DS from ThemePark: I proudly present my first real project: Neko DS.
Neko DS (Neko being the Japanese word for cat) is a port of an old PC application back from the 80's. When run, you would have a cat on your screen who would chase your mouse cursor around, scratch on the screen, take a nap and various other stuff.
Since this application has always been very close to my heart, I decided to try and port this to the DS.
This is only a very simple beginning of what I intend to end of with, but fully functional none the less. In the future I want to have the sprites incorporated into the NDS via EFS, have the user being able to choose between different Nekos from EFS and FAT, and perhaps as a last update be able to have several Nekos running around on the screen.
I hope you will enjoy this application as much as I have over the years.
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