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Nintendo 3DS Homebrew Channel Won’t Need Flash Cart or Play Pirated Games: Mobile Unicorn

Nintendo 3DS Homebrew Channel Won’t Need Flash Cart or Play Pirated Games: Mobile Unicorn
Thanks to a number of exploits, the Nintendo DS had a healthy homebrew scene. But the exploits also led to one of the most convenient forms of video game piracy: flash cartridges, or flash carts. Thankfully, …
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Portal Nintendo DS Homebrew: Aperture Science Handheld Portal Playing Device

Portal Nintendo DS Homebrew: Aperture Science Handheld Portal Playing Device
The Nintendo DS has many puzzle and platforming games, but I bet not many DS owners expected this nice surprise. A small group of fans are working on Aperture Science, an adaptation of Valve’s hit game…
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Princess Rescue for the Atari 2600: Sorry Mario, But Our Princess is in Another Console

Princess Rescue for the Atari 2600: Sorry Mario, But Our Princess is in Another Console
Demakes are one of the ways that creative gamers to express their nostalgia for the games they grew up with. Though I must say, I never expected I’d see a demake of the already ancient Super…
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Halo Game for the Atari 2600 Released in Cartridge Form: Combat Devolved

Halo Game for the Atari 2600 Released in Cartridge Form: Combat Devolved
Back in 2010, Ed Fries – former Vice-President of Game Publishing in Microsoft and one of the co-creators of the Xbox – created a “demake” of Halo for the Atari 2600 called Halo 2600 (Fries also…
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DIY X-Ray Machine Couldn’t Possibly Be Dangerous at All

DIY X-Ray Machine Couldn’t Possibly Be Dangerous at All
Electronics and electricity geek Grenadier aspires to someday be a radiologist. But instead of waiting to use a proper X-Ray machine at a hospital or doctor’s office, he decided to build his own at home.…
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Brew Your Own Juice Booze in 48 Hours

Brew Your Own Juice Booze in 48 Hours
In this day and age, most people get motivated to do things only because of instant gratification. Feeling lonely? Get a puppy. Feeling dissatisfied? Go on a shopping spree. Feeling sad? Go get drunk. Maybe it’s…
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Get It While You Can: Homebrew Smash Bros for the Ds

Get It While You Can: Homebrew Smash Bros for the Ds
Here’s betting this won’t be around for long, with Nintendo’s itchy cease-and-desist finger, but for now, the homebrew Super Smash Bros Rumble game for the DS exists, and it’s definitely worth checking out. All jokes about…
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Queens: Simple Homebrew, Sobering Concept

Queens: Simple Homebrew, Sobering Concept
If you play any sort of video games at all, you’re probably intimately familiar with character death. We’re desensitized to it; touch the bad thing, fall off the cliff, fail the jump, and down goes your…
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Zombie Desert: Undead Homebrew for the Psp

Zombie Desert: Undead Homebrew for the Psp
Zombie Desert has everything you (and by you, I mean I) want in a game: zombies, violence, deserts, and the 1950s. Oh, wait, is that a tiny shotgun? I’ve died and gone to homebrew heaven. The…
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Iplayer Nintendo Dsi Homebrew Cart Specializes in Video, Prevents Piracy

Iplayer Nintendo Dsi Homebrew Cart Specializes in Video, Prevents Piracy
Piracy has been a rampant problem with the Nintendo DS, particularly since the simpler slot-1 flash carts became a factor. With the new DSi, Nintendo has been hoping to combat the problem. Enter the iPlayer: a…
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Homebrew NES Puzzle Quest Clone Lines It Up Old School

Homebrew NES Puzzle Quest Clone Lines It Up Old School
Puzzle Quest is almost universally recognized as an addictive phenomenon, the kind of game that sinks its claws into your face and doesn’t let go until your fingers start threatening to fall the hell off. But…
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Wiiearth: Travel the World From the Safety of Your Couch

Wiiearth: Travel the World From the Safety of Your Couch
If you happen to enjoy fiddling around with Google Maps and other similar tools, you might be interested in the homebrew app WiiEarth. Just as with Google Earth, you can zoom around the world, checking out…
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It’S Dangerous to Go Alone! Take Zelda Homebrew.

It’S Dangerous to Go Alone! Take Zelda Homebrew.
Look familiar? Almost, but this is not The Legend of Zelda you grew up with! The Legend of Zelda: The Shards of Light is a homebrew remake for the DS that seeks to expand and improve…
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Psp-3000 Hacked: One Small Step for Hackers, One Giant Step for Homebrew

Psp-3000 Hacked: One Small Step for Hackers, One Giant Step for Homebrew
And so it has come to pass: a group of developers calling themselves Team Typhoon recently achieved a breakthrough in hacking the PSP-3000 via member Davee’s ChickHEN Homebrew Enabler. As proof, a Team Typhoon member posted…
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Space Invaders Times Two: Two-Player Games Are Twice as Nice

Space Invaders Times Two: Two-Player Games Are Twice as Nice
There’s only one thing better than blasting waves of alien dudes, and that’s doing it with a buddy. Even better than that? If, when the opportunity presents itself, you can also take potshots at said buddy.…
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The 8-Bit Computer is Back, Ready to Hack, and Plays NES Games to Boot

The 8-Bit Computer is Back, Ready to Hack, and Plays NES Games to Boot
When you think of 8-bit computers, classics like the Atari 400/800, the Commodore 64 and the Apple II probably come to mind. But there’s a new kid on the block that hopes to bring 8-bit computing…
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