DS Visual Novel Reader Those who love to read visual novels with Nintendo DS handhelds may soon be able to bring their novels everywhere, as homebrew developer Jake's DS Visual Novel Reader is shaping up to be solid. In the latest update, DS Visual Novel Reader version 1.0.3, a few changes were made to make the homebrew app easier to use.
For those who haven't used DS Visual Novel Reader before, all you have to know is that touching the screen or pressing B advances text, R is for saving, Y is to easily skip text, and L+R+Start brings you back to the menu.
Here's the latest version's brief changelog:
* uses defaultExceptionHandler();
* a README
* select toggles backlight
The newly added Readme contains instructions on how to use DS Visual Novel Reader, so you don't want to miss out on that. As of now, only a couple of visual novels are supported, but we're excited to see how far this DS application can go. Keep checking back for updates!
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If you got an error while installing Themes, Software or Games, please, read FAQ.
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