Nintendo DS homebrew is a way of writing programs for Nintendo DS. This page lists all the DS homebrew I have released.
A homebrew clone of Rodent’s Revenge for the Nintendo DS.
A clone of Space Invaders. The only major difference between this and the original is that this version has no bunkers.
A Conway’s Game of Life implementation for Nintendo DS.
An IRC trivia game without the IRC. It works much like a triviabot for IRC, but it’s single player and offline.
A Tetravex game for the DS. It’s a puzzle game where you try to match the numbered edges of the tiles with the edges of the other tiles.
A Bible-reading app for Nintendo DS. It includes four translations (one of them French) and allows you to read, search, look up, and bookmark verses.
Language files: Afrikaans, Deutsch, Español, Nederlands
Bible translations: Afrikaans 1953 Vertaling (Afrikaans), Deutsch Schlachter (Deutsch), FreeBible 2004 (Deutsch), Revidierte Elberfelder (Deutsch), American Standard Version (English), Darby Version (English), Webster’s Bible (English), New King James Version (English), Young’s Literal Translation 1862 (English), Reina Valera 1909 (Español), Bíblia NVI (Português), Ang Biblia Tagalog 1905 (Tagalog)
Screenshots: one, two, three
Download: ds-bible-2.51.zip (source code)
A clone of an old QBasic game written by Robin Ohm. The object of the game is to program the robot to move around, take objects, and use objects in order to deliver the flag to the end tile.