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Win2DS




Win2DS
Version: 0.82 source code

Platforms: Mobile Gaming, NDS


Categories: Programming & Development

Upload date: 25 Dec 11

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License: Freeware

Downloads: 33
File Size: 180 Kb
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Win2DS Homebrew coder MonkeyNZ has decided to pass on the torch to other Nintendo DS developers by releasing the source code for the handheld to PC server application Win2DS. Based on the latest build, version 0.82, the developer also included the source code for the client side of the homebrew app, DS2Win.

For those of you not familiar with the program, Win2DS and DS2Win acts as a simultaneous server-client application which allows communication between your DS and your PC. While neither program sports advanced features like file transfers, it does demonstrate proper Wi-Fi communication between the two devices.

Those interested in taking up the homebrew project should take note that when compiling the code for the server side under Delphi 7, you will also need to download a (free) version 10 of Indy. Here's to hoping that someone picks this up soon and continues this interesting homebrew project.

 
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