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Homebrew Easy Proposal Maker for Last Minute V-Day Plans [Nintendo Ds]

by Alisha K.
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Stumped for something special for your Valentine? Well, if you happen to be interested in popping the big question and you’ve got a homebrew-ready Nintendo DS lying around, you can plot your way to the perfect marriage proposal in minutes with Easy Proposal Maker.

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Well, it’s perfect if your significant other just happens to like very simple games. Here’s how the homebrew program works: you enter your special proposal message, whatever it may be, and then convince your special someone to play the included tile game, The Search Master, which they have to beat in order to get to the proposal. Could be a recipe for disaster–imagine if your special someone couldn’t or wouldn’t finish?

At least it doesn’t look too complicated….

[Easy Proposal Maker via Inside Nintendo]




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