NetHackDS Source A week ago, the secretive group pf volunteer developers called DevTeam has released an updated version of NetHackDS, a DS homebrew version of the classic game NetHack. For those who are too young to know what NetHack is, it's a single-player game released in 1987 where you take on the role of dungeon-delving hero in search of the Amulet of Yendor.
DevTeam is back with another update of NetHackDS. The following features are reflected in the new version:
* Keys are now highlighted even when Shift, Ctrl, Alt, or Caps Lock is active. * The keyboard display now changes when Shift or Caps Lock is active. * There are no longer graphical glitches at the edges of the screen when the tile width or height is not a factor of 256 or 168.
To run the game, you must have a device that can be written to by Sata's version of Chishm's FAT Library. It will not work in any emulator.
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