Babylon Papafuji has just released an update to his long-idle homebrew game for the DS, Babylon. Why long-idle? Well, if you'll remember, the last update to this brew was waaay back in October last year, when Papafuji released Babylon v0.9.
But just in case you weren't able to catch that, Babylon is based on the board game created by Bruno Faidutti called "Babylone." Gameplay objective is simple: you use the stylus to pile up towers of the same height or top color.
The major update in this version is the added compatibility with M3 Simply and R4DS cardsand Papafuji says that he updated this with the latest PAlib and Devkitpro. Papafuji has also released the source code for Babylon, so if anyone's interested on tweaking the game, make sure you consult him first, alrighty? Enjoy!
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