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Write us something about homebrew, my overlords command me, and my heart skips a beat. You see, I have a dark secret that, until now, has remained private: you could write what I know about Nintendo DS homebrew on the back of a postage stamp. And not even one of those bigger special edition stamp...

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May 21, 2008 at 1:15PM
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If you're into the homebrew scene and you're not playing Pocket Physics, you should be. Not only is the game (or non-game, depending on how you view it) incredibly charming, but it also has a lot of great features. Take, for example, the ability to save your creations. As you may or may not know, w...

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We haven't heard much about Glyphic Entertainment or the studio's Warlords DS port since publisher Strategy First dropped all of its DS titles, so we assumed the worst for the Ohio-based developer. Apparently, however, they picked up another publisher for Warlords DS (Fog Entertainment) and are har...

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When we think about DS homebrew, we imagine a bunch of talented people with their laptops hooked up to their bathtubs, using all sorts of magic and blood rituals to produce the things that they do. It's one thing for paid developers to make games, what with their fancy-schmancy development kits and ...

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We thought that Crayon Physics would be just perfect for the DS, and apparently, we weren't the only ones. In fact, the game has even inspired homebrewer 0xtob to make a similar application for the DS, called Pocket Physics. The homebrew might not be nearly as fleshed out as the original, and it's m...

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