Falldown for DS To those who are familiar with the PSP homebrew Falldown by karmon, a similar game has recently been coded by Derrick Gold for the Nintendo DS. Just like its PSP counterpart, the goal of the game Falldown for the Nintendo DS, is to move the ball on the screen (or in this case, the yellow dot) to the left or the right in order to fall through the holes of the rising platforms. It sounds easy enough, actually, until the platforms start coming up faster and faster, so don't let it's simplicity fool you, as this is a fairly addictive game. The game is over once the ball gets pushed to the very top of the screen.
Though the game's graphics are very simple, this is Gold's first project, so we're looking forward to more releases from this coder.
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