NDS Backup - Nintendo DS ROMs Flash Carts
First 2 working NDS rom backups have been made by GoldenSun Team.
This rom has a 4k save type, you must use a NDS original cart that has the same 4k size save type in order to boot this rom, otherwise you will loose the game save data. 0002 - Super.Mario.64.DS.(U).(NDS_save).NDS backup rom.
64k save type - use a NDS original cart that has the same 64k size save
Nintendo DS games (nds roms) are extremely well made, the Metroid demo included gives a good idea of what the unit is capable of, the hard part here is getting used to the stylus, there's no other option really, you can disable it though, but the gameplay just isn't the same without it. There's also a finger strab included, so you can use a finger, your thumb, on the touch screen instead, but that didn't really work out for me and since I'm right handed I had a bit of problems in Super Mario 64 DS was I wanted to control the stylus with my right hand and not the left. But once you get the hang of it, the idea of using a stylus seems okay. I've actually become quite addicted to playing Super Mario 64 DS, especially the mini-games are a good laugh and the stylus, is quite useful in Mario 64 when you do not have an analog stick. The GBA games are displayed crisp clear on the screen, looking so much better than on the GBA or even GBA SP and the grip on the DS is great, though I wish the A, B, X and Y button had been a little larger. All GBA games I tested worked flawless, even those on Flash carts, uh oh. The EFA-Linker cartridge didn't fit too well in the DS though, but it worked.
Overall I'm looking forward to seeing what Nintendo can do with this NDS handheld, hopefully we won't get the same percentage of crappy movie spin-offs on the Nintendo DS like we have on the GBA, but I fear the worst. But it's a whole new, and fun, way of playing games. NDS mods.
G6flash team is working on a nds roms lash card set G6 Flash 3 and PassKey .