AMAP4DS Christ, whom we might say is a savior of sorts for literally lost souls, has released AMAP4DS v.3.1. This nifty homebrew app turns the mighty DS into a global compass - a simple, fast and easy way to locate a spot from any of the included maps.
The main changes in AMAP4DS v3.1 are:
* AMAP4DS logo now appears in the linker menus (DS-Extrem, etc.) * Correct AMAP4DS map name, author name and website name appear in the linker menus (DS-Extrem, etc.)
Meanwhile a new map has been added to its growing list references: AMAP4DS-Paris-Streets AMAP4DS Due to the large size of the map, it has been sectioned in four quarters. You need to copy the 4 files (corresponding to your linker) to your DS. To go from one quarter to another, you need to switch off the DS first and then turn it on again.
If you are nowhere near Paris, you can browse through the rest of the updated maps to suit your geographical position from the link below.
If your locale isn't included and you want to add it download the updated AMAP4DS-Open-Source package. Unzip it to read the "AMAP4DS-Open-Source-Tutorial.txt" tutorial file. Adding a map requires some computer science knowledge as well graphic design skills. But thank heavens Christ has prepared a tutorial file (included in the download package) to help you get started.
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