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  1. This mod was made by the Newer Team. Features: Game Description: Screenshots: Video: Download Here: MEGA: [hide][Hidden Content]]
  2. Nintendo DS I spent a few weeks (not continuously, obviously) looking for an original Nintendo DS Firmware dump, since my NDS has been dead for years. Here on DarkUmbra we have some posted, and is not difficult to find dumps on the internet, but all of them that I found are FlashME dumps, a custom firmware. After a while, I finally found a dump of an original firmware posted on a Spanish site, but many do not master that language, and as it is in a file with a modified DeSmuME... I decided to bring the BIOS and the Firmware dump to here. It was posted on [Hidden Content] and I have not done any editing in the firmware published by them, so when booting this on a emulator, the logo and warning screen will be in Spanish, so just go in the settings and change the language, name, message and whatever else you want. [email protected] Uptobox.com, MediaFire.com: Uptobox.com: [Hidden Content] MediaFire.com: [Hidden Content] And, if you ask me what is the need to have a firmware in an emulator that does not need it to emulate? Well, I just wish could have all the menus and that boot logo I've seen so many times in my old NDS, and Emulation is Preservation... and it was cool the challenge of trying to find this file. A big thank you to them for keeping this file there. Nintendo DSi When I started looking for an original Nintendo DS Firmware dump I also looked for an DSi NAND dump, but soon I saw that it would be almost impossible to find. At that time. For some time now the developer Martin Korth has worked on the compatibility of the No$GBA with the Nintendo DSi, but there has never been great interest in this update of the nostalgic NDS. Even so, apparently shortly after I has finished my searches for the Nintendo DS Firmware a Reddit user named ndizzIe made a dump of his NAND available there. I'm bringing to you a link to it, and again I have not done any editing on files published by there, I just has put the NAND dump and the required BIOS files in a compressed file, without the No$GBA files that is in the compressed file posted there. [email protected] Uptobox.com: Uptobox.com: [Hidden Content] The photos, name, data, and NAND itself are of author of the dump, but you can use the "Format System Memory" option through the System Settings by running this in an emulator and data will be clean. All credits and thanks go to ndizzIe on Reddit, and you can check out more information and the link to the original file in the Reddit thread that is at this link: [Hidden Content] Preservation... I would be happy if you can post this in other places (as long as you cite the sources I quoted, my job was just to find the files), or even if you click the links and start downloading. This will keep the files alive, and I did this to make it happen, for preservation. But probably I will take a while to back here, and I can not guarantee that these mirrors will stay alive while I do not come back. So now it's up to you. See you later.
  3. This collects all my previous inject/vc posts and adds a ton of new stuff, figured it's better to have everything all in one spot and to try and organise it all a bit better. Pretty much everything has a meta folder, with icons and a background, it's nothing flashy... but, it's presentable. Have fun! (and if anybody can get hold of these or has them, lemme know!) (Part two, which is focused on GBC is here.) I am no-longer taking requests or adding to this list. [hide][Hidden Content]] DS Focused on 'hidden gem' titles, things that have received fan-translations and of course, RPGs. If you can't find something here, heading over to Yamaoka's NDS thread is a good idea. [hide][Hidden Content]] 7th Dragon (English Translation) 9 Persons, 9 Hours, 9 Doors A Witch's Tale Advance Wars - Dark Conflict Advance Wars - Dual Strike Age of Empires - Mythologies Atelier Annie - Alchemist of Sera Island Bangai-O Spirits Big Bang Mini Blood Of Bahamut (English Translation) Contra 4 Culdcept DS (English Translation) Enchanted Folk and the School of Wizardry Etrian Odyssey Etrian Odyssey II - Heroes of Lagaard Etrian Odyssey III -The Drowned City Fire Emblem - Shadow Dragon Front Mission Gunpey DS Hajime no Ippo the Fighting (English Translation) Henry Hatsworth Hero's Saga Laevatein Tactics Hotel Dusk - Room 215 Inazuma Eleven Infinite Space InuYasha - Secret of the Divine Jewel Ivy The Kiwi Izuna - Legend of the Unemployed Ninja Izuna 2 -The Unemployed Ninja Returns Jump Ultimate Stars (English Translation) Knights in the Nightmare Last Window (DO NOT CHANGE THE CONFIG JSON unless you know what you are doing. ZR or HOME button simulates 'close ds' which is needed for a puzzle) Legacy of Ys - Books I & II Luminous Arc Meteos Metroid Prime: Hunters My World, My Way Nanostray Nanostray 2 Nostalgia Panzer Tactics DS Phantasy Star 0 Populous DS Puchi Puchi Virus Puyo Puyo 7 (English Translation) Puyo Puyo 15th Anniversary (English Translation) Puzzle Quest - Challenge of the Warlords Ragnarok Retro Game Challenge Retro Game Challenge 2 (English Translation) Rhapsody - A Musical Adventure Rondo of Swords Rune Factory Rune Factory II Rune Factory III SaGa 2 - Goddess Of Destiny (English Translation) SaGa 3 - Shadow or Light (English Translation) Sands of Destruction Sid Meier's Civilization Revolution SNK vs. Capcom - Card Fighters DS Sonic & The Dark Brotherhood Shiren the Wanderer Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor 2 Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey Super Robot Taisen: OG Saga Space Invaders Extreme Space Invaders Extreme 2 Suikoden - Tierkreis Summon Night - Twin Age The Dark Spire Theresia, Dear Emile Tokyo Beat Down Ys Strategy Xenosaga I + II (Japanese Only - No English Patch) Zoo Keeper There are config json's located in the folder that enable a full-screen effect, quick guide... In 'game folder/content/0010/' replace 'configuration_cafe.json' with the file of the same name located in the 'fullscreen.zip' that can be grabbed from the same folder you get the games from. In the virtual console menu change the screen layout to large screen display. This will make playing some of these games a ton easier. To switch screens (top is bottom), just use the other zip folder. N64. [hide][Hidden Content]] Bomberman 64 Mario Kart 64 Mega Man 64 Mischief Makers Ogre Battle 64 Paper Mario Perfect Dark Sin & Punishment The Legend Of Zelda: Ocarina Of Time The Legend Of Zelda: Majora's Mask Snes As I tend to play all my Virtual Console on the gamepad, all of these injects are in a 16:9 aspect ratio. If you aren't a fan of that, you should head over to Walo's Snes Injects thread... there is some crossover and he keeps the original settings. [hide][Hidden Content]] Axelay Ball Bullet Gun (English Translation) Battletoads Breath Of Fire Breath Of Fire 2 Brandish 2 - The Planet Buster (English Translation) Castlevania Dracula X Clock Tower Chrono Trigger Chaos Seed (English Translation) Dark Half (English Translation) Der Langrisser (English Translation) Dragon Quest V (English Translation) Doremi Fantasy Dragon Squadron - Danzarb (English Translation) Earthbound Earth Defence Force Emerald Dragon (English Translation) Equinox Feda: Emblem Of Justice Fire Emblem 3 (English Translation) Fire Emblem 4 (English Translation) Fire Emblem 5 (English Translation) Final Fantasy IV Final Fantasy V Final Fantasy VI Front Mission F-Zero Hiouden - Legend of the Scarlet King (English Translation) Jelly Boy 2 (English Translation) King of Demons (English Translation) Live A Live (English Translation) Magical Pop'n (English Translation) Mahou Poipoi Poitto! (English Translation) Metal Max Returns (English Translation) Miracle Girls (English Translation) Nekketsu Tairiku Burning Heroes (English Translation) Ogre Battle Pilotwings Plok Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon: Another Story (English Translation) Record of Lodoss War (English Translation) Slayers (English Translation) Space Megaforce Spriggan Powered Skyblazer Seiken Densetsu 3 (English Translation) Super Mario RPG Super Mario World + All Stars Super Mario World The Second Reality Project: Reloaded Super Metroid Super Gussun Oyoyo 2 (English Translation) Super Robot Wars 3 (English Translation) Super Shell Monster Story (English Translation) Tenchi Muyou! - Game Hen (English Translation) Tactics Ogre (English Translation) The Firemen The Legend Of Zelda: Link To The Past GBA Using save states is heavily advised, better safe than sorry. A whole bunch more can be found over in this thread. [hide][Hidden Content]] Castlevania Double Pack Final Fantasy V (Sound Restoration) Fire Emblem - The Sacred Stones Grand Theft Auto Gensou Suikoden Golden Sun Love Hina (English Translation) Lufia - The Ruins Of Lure Lunar Advance Mario Kart - Super Circuit Megaman & Bass Megaman Zero 2 Mother 1+2 (English Translation) Mother 3 (English Translation) Napoleon (English Translation) Oriental Blue (English Translation) Phantasy Star Collection Rayman Collection Rhythm Tengoku Riviera - The Promised Land Shining Force - Resurrection Of The Dark Dragon Shining Soul Shining Soul II Summon Night - Swordcraft Story I Summon Night - Swordcraft Story II Super Robot Taisen (English Translation) Tactics Ogre - The Knights Of Lodis Tales Of Phantasia Super Mario Advance Zelda: Minish Cap Zone Of Enders - The Fist Of Mars GBA - Nes Emulator In some cases... this offers better performance than the VC Nes . You use the L&R buttons to change the emulator settings once you've selected a game. Go into 'display' if you want to take the flicker effect off. [hide][Hidden Content]] Akumajou Dracula Akumajou Special - Boku Dracula Battletoads Battletoads & Double Dragon Bomberman Bomberman 2 Bill & Ted's Excellent Video Game Adventure Bubble Bobble Bubble Bobble 2 Contra Contra Force Double Dragon Double Dragon 3 Elevator Action Galaga Gauntlet Gauntlet 2 Ghosts & Goblins Gryzor Kid Icarus Legendary Wings Life Force Metroid Ninja Gaiden Ninja Gaiden 2 Ninja Gaiden 3 Ms Pacman Pac Man Pac Mania Rampage Shinobi Star Wars Star Wars - The Empire Strikes Back Strider Super C Superman Tale Spin Tetris Tetris 2 GBA - Master System/Game Gear Emulator The only way to play some Sega consoles on the Wii U right now (other than vWii). It works pretty well for the most part, you can change some of the settings using the 'L' & 'R' buttons on your gamepad once you've selected a game from the menu.[hide][Hidden Content]] Aladdin Alex Kidd - BMX Trial Alex Kidd In High Tech World Alex Kidd in Miracle World Alex Kidd in Shinobi World Alien 3 Batman Returns Castle Of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse Chuck Rock Chuck Rock II Earthworm Jim Ecco The Dolphin: Tides Of Time Fantasy Zone Fantasy Zone II Galaxy Force Jungle Book Judge Dredd James Pond 2- Codename Robocod Lunar Legend Of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse Lion King Magical Puzzle Popils MegaMan Michael Jackson's Moonwalker Micro Machines New Zealand Story OutRun Prince Of Persia R-Type Shadow Dancer Shinobi Sonic The Hedgehog Sonic The Hedgehog II Sonic Chaos Sonic Spinball Wonderboy in Monster Land Wonderboy in Monster World Nes - 16:9 The NES VC is pretty horrible, there was a ton of stuff I could never get to work.... I really hope that somebody brings an emulator to the Wii U homebrew scene soon. There is a chance a few of the games will have an odd gfx glitch every now and then, sorry. =/ [hide][Hidden Content]] Armed Dragon Fantasy Villgus (English Translation) Balloon Fight Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers Clash at Demonhead Cosmo Police Galivan (English Translation) Deja Vu Donkey Kong Duck Tales Duck Tales II Fire Emblem Gaiden (English Translation) Golgo 13 - The Mafat Conspiracy Golgo 13 - Top Secret Episode Gremlins 2 Journey to Silius Kart Fighter Kickle Cubicle Kirby's Adventure Kiwi Kraze Macross Magic of Scheherazade Mega Man Metal Gear Mighty Final Fight Princess Tomato in Salad Kingdom Punch-Out!! Smash TV Street Fighter 2010 - The Final Fight Super Mario Bros Super Mario Bros 2 Super Mario Bros 3 Takeshi's Challenge (English Translation) The Guardian Legend The Legend Of Zelda Willow Yo Noid Yoshi.
  4. Wood R4 for R4i Gold 3DS v1.64 This was made by Yellow Wood Goblin.. Game Description: Download Here: [hide][Hidden Content]]
  5. Go to this page, download the pack, and run PictoChat.nds on your flash cart (or install PictoChat.cia). Old Post:
  6. MoonShell 2 All-In-One Package This package was made by Mantis41.. Versions: This package has now been tested and working on: Skins: MoonShell: Missing Icons: Run r4cce.exe and open the usrcheat.dat from the SD:__rpgcheatsusrcheat.dat.. Step 2: Step 3: Movie Encoding: Instructions: Descriptions: Credits: Cheats: Changelogs: Version 3.01: Version 3.0: Version 2.7: Version 2.6: Version 2.5: Version 2.4: Version 2.3: Version 2.2: Version 2.1: Version 2.0: Download Here: MoonShell All-In-One for R4s: Descriptions: [hide][Hidden Content]] DPGEnc: Descriptions: [hide][Hidden Content]] DPG For X: Descriptions: [hide][Hidden Content]] RomeR: Descriptions: [hide][Hidden Content]] Usercheat.dat Downloader: Descriptions: [hide][Hidden Content]] CMP_Usercheat.dat: Descriptions: [hide][Hidden Content]] R4CCE: Descriptions: [hide][Hidden Content]] MoonShell 2 Stable Full Skin Pack: Descriptions: [hide][Hidden Content]]
  7. Larsenv's MEGA Video Game Music Thread Wii U Music was dumped by Crediar, while I converted the files to .wav format also. Other music was hosted by JoshW. Credit also goes to everyone else involved with uploading, playing, and dumping this music. So here's my thread of video game music which may be updated at a later point, and it may not be as complete as possible at this time, since there's so much video game music to collect in this thread, lol. Yes, for the people who want to know, the music's lossless, meaning it didn't lose quality. That's why the files are so large. Important Stuff You Need to Know Before Downloading: Here's all of the video game music to download here: Download Here: Mega: [hide][Hidden Content]] MediaFire: [hide][Hidden Content]] Pokémon Black 2 & Pokémon White 2 Super Music Collection: Mega: [hide][Hidden Content] MediaFire: [hide][Hidden Content]] Pokémon Diamond & Pokémon Pearl Super Music Collection: Mega: [hide][Hidden Content]] MediaFire: [hide][Hidden Content]] Pokémon FireRed & Pokémon LeafGreen Super Music Collection: Mega: [hide][Hidden Content]] MediaFire: [hide][Hidden Content]] Pokémon HeartGold & Pokémon SoulSilver Super Music Collection: Mega: [hide][Hidden Content]] MediaFire: [hide][Hidden Content]] Pokémon Ruby & Pokémon Sapphire Super Music Collection: Mega: [hide][Hidden Content]] MediaFire: [hide][Hidden Content]] Pokémon X & Pokémon Y Super Music Collection: Mega: [hide][Hidden Content]] MediaFire: [hide][Hidden Content]] Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U ♪ — A Smashing Soundtrack: Download Here: Wii Music Albums: Depot Super Mario Bros. Wii 2: The Lost Levels: Newer Holiday Special: Newer Summer Sun: Newer Super Mario Bros. Wii: Wii U Music Albums: Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze: Hyrule Warriors: Game & Wario: Hyrule Warriors 1.3.0: Hyrule Warriors 1.4.0: Kirby and the Rainbow Curse: Mario Kart 8: Mario Kart 8 DLC Pack 1: Mario Kart 8 DLC Pack 2: NES Remix Pack: Nintendo Land: Pikmin 3: Super Mario 3D World: Super Smash Bros. for Wii U: The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD: Wii Party U: Wii U System Music: Wii U Chat: Wii U Daily Log: Wii U Friend List: Wii U Menu: Wii U Mii Maker: Wii U Miiverse: Wii U Nintendo eShop: Wii U Nintendo TVii: Wii U Notifications: Music Archives: FM Towns Music Archive: Game Boy Music Archive: Game Boy Advance Music Archive: GameCube Music Archive: Hoot Music Archive: MSX Music Archive: Neo Geo CD Music Archive: NES Music Archive: Nintendo 3DS Music Archive: Nintendo 64 Music Archive: Nintendo DS Music Archive: PC Engine Music Archive: PC Streamed Music Archive: PlayStation 1 Music Archive: PlayStation 2 Music Archive: PlayStation 3 Music Archive: PlayStation Portable Music Archive: S98 Music Archive: Sega Dreamcast Music Archive: Sega Game Gear Music Archive: Sega Genesis/Sega CD Music Archive: Sega Saturn Music Archive: SNES Music Archive: Wii Music Archive: WonderSwan Music Archive: Xbox Music Archive: Xbox 360 Music Archive:
  8. Larsenv's DS Game Collection (6400 Games) Credit goes to Emuparadise for originally uploading these ROMs.. Game List: Descriptions: Download Here: 0001-0100: [hide][Hidden Content]] 0101-0200: [hide][Hidden Content]] 0201-0300: [hide][Hidden Content]] 0301-0400: [hide][Hidden Content]] 0401-0500: [hide][Hidden Content]] 0501-0600: [hide][Hidden Content]] 0601-0700: [hide][Hidden Content]] 0701-0800: [hide][Hidden Content]] 0801-0900: [hide][Hidden Content]] 0901-1000: [hide][Hidden Content]] 1001-1100: [hide][Hidden Content]] 1101-1200: [hide][Hidden Content]] 1201-1300: [hide][Hidden Content]] 1301-1400: [hide][Hidden Content]] 1401-1500: [hide][Hidden Content]] 1501-1600: [hide][Hidden Content]] 1601-1700: [hide][Hidden Content]] 1701-1800: [hide][Hidden Content]] 1801-1900: [hide][Hidden Content]] 1901-2000: [hide][Hidden Content]] 2001-2100: [hide][Hidden Content]] 2101-2200: [hide][Hidden Content]] 2201-2300: [hide][Hidden Content]] 2301-2400: [hide][Hidden Content]] 2401-2500: [hide][Hidden Content]] 2501-2600: [hide][Hidden Content]] 2601-2700: [hide][Hidden Content]] 2701-2800: [hide][Hidden Content]] 2801-2900: [hide][Hidden Content]] 2901-3000: [hide][Hidden Content]] 3001-3100: [hide][Hidden Content]] 3101-3200: [hide][Hidden Content]] 3201-3300: [hide][Hidden Content]] 3301-3400: [hide][Hidden Content]] 3401-3500: [hide][Hidden Content]] 3501-3600: [hide][Hidden Content]] 3601-3700: [hide][Hidden Content]] 3701-3800: [hide][Hidden Content]] 3801-3900: [hide][Hidden Content]] 3901-4000: [hide][Hidden Content]] 4001-4100: [hide][Hidden Content]] 4101-4200: [hide][Hidden Content]] 4201-4300: [hide][Hidden Content]] 4301-4400: [hide][Hidden Content]] 4401-4500: [hide][Hidden Content]] 4501-4600: [hide][Hidden Content]] 4601-4700: [hide][Hidden Content]] 4701-4800: [hide][Hidden Content]] 4801-4900: [hide][Hidden Content]] 4901-5000: [hide][Hidden Content]] 5001-5100: [hide][Hidden Content]] 5101-5200: [hide][Hidden Content]] 5201-5300: [hide][Hidden Content]] 5301-5400: [hide][Hidden Content]] 5401-5500: [hide][Hidden Content]] 5501-5600: [hide][Hidden Content]] 5601-5700: [hide][Hidden Content]] 5701-5800: [hide][Hidden Content]] 5801-5900: [hide][Hidden Content]] 5901-6000: [hide][Hidden Content]] 6001-6100: [hide][Hidden Content]] 6101-6200: [hide][Hidden Content]] 6201-6300: [hide][Hidden Content]] 6301-6400: [hide][Hidden Content]]
  9. This is a pack that I made for, in my opinion, a fun DS Game that you may or may not have played before - WarioWare D.I.Y. It includes: The original WarioWare D.I.Y ROM, and the WarioWare D.I.Y. Showcase WAD. A save editor for those two games. And a pack of ".mio" files to import using the save editor (Remember, don't import those .mio files into the music or comic slots.) And a save file for WarioWare D.I.Y. If you don't know what WarioWare - D.I.Y. is, or if you haven't heard of WarioWare at all, you can just go to Ninty's site for this game (I can't give you a good explanation. LOL.) Here's the link: [hide][Hidden Content]] Download Here: Mega: [hide][Hidden Content]] MediaFire: [hide][Hidden Content]]
  10. Another Super Mario Bros. 2 This hack was made by Skawo.. Videos: Game Description: Download Here: Mega: [hide][Hidden Content]] MediaFire: [hide][Hidden Content]]
  11. In a legal battle that has been ongoing for more than four years, the Court of Appeals in Paris, the second-highest tier of court in the French legal system, decided last week to pass the ruling making the sale of these cards illegal. Divineo Sarl and five other companies were found guilty of the import, sale and distribution of flash cards - known in France as linkers - fined over €460,000 (£398,658) and told to pay damages in excess of €4.8 million (£4.2 million) to Nintendo. Stephan Bole, managing director of Nintendo France, said: "Nintendo supported this criminal action not only for the company's sake, but for the interests of its game developer partners who expect the highest standards and integrity from products bearing the Nintendo name." The case began in December 2007 when French police raided premises across the country and seized several thousand DS flash cards. In December 2009, a French court backed Divineo, ruling that Nintendo was "illegally" protecting its system by locking out would-be developers who should be allowed to create their own homebrew applications for the console without censure. Nintendo appealed the decision, citing a Hong Kong court in 2008 which ruled against Divineo and ordered it to pay Nintendo €44.6 million in damages. That appeal has finally succeeded, and Nintendo notes that it brings France into line with the likes of Germany, Italy, the UK, Netherlands and Belgium, which have also declared the devices illegal. Divineo was also found guilty of trafficking mod chips and software that enabled piracy on PlayStation 2, and was fined $9.5 million by a California court in 2006.
  12. Aliens: Infestation is a Nintendo DS exclusive title that shares many similarities to 2D Metroidtitles. This game needs to be on everyone's radar. It's creators, Way Forward, have discussed the game in a recent dev diary. The following comes from WayForward's Adam Tierney: Release date - October 11 (region TBC)
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