DS Game Maker
Ever wanted to try your hand at making your very own DS game? These days, you don't even have to be a programming expert to do that. Not with the help of DS Game Maker.
This new app (which, despite sharing a name with FatQuack's old DS Game Maker, is apparently different) lets users create their own homebrew games visually. You can even add WiFi, rumble, and sound.
Of course, there's a catch. The download below is just the free version of DS Game Maker. Upgrading to the registered version - which gets rid of the DS Game Maker logo when running a game and adds more features like scrollable sprites and additional actions - costs US$ 10.
If you got an error while installing Themes, Software or Games, please, read FAQ.
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