DS Game Maker
Ever wanted to try your hand at making your very own DS game? These days, you don't even have to be a programming expert to do that. Not with the help of DS Game Maker.
This new app (which, despite sharing a name with FatQuack's old DS Game Maker, is apparently different) lets users create their own homebrew games visually. You can even add WiFi, rumble, and sound.
Of course, there's a catch. The download below is just the free version of DS Game Maker. Upgrading to the registered version - which gets rid of the DS Game Maker logo when running a game and adds more features like scrollable sprites and additional actions - costs US$ 10.
ISO Tool Homebrew dev Takka is back on the scene to release a new version of his ISO Tool, a handy homebrewing app that allows users to decrypt, convert and patch all the latest ISOs, making it compatible with your latest custom firmwared PSP and now is also available for offical firmware users
USB Loader GX r1156 Thanks to team USB Loader GX we now have r1156 of the USB Loader for the Nintendo Wii
VCS CheatDevice VCS CheatDevice
Gee, haven't haxed enough in Vice City to satisfy the burning hunger in your cheatish psyche? Edison Carter packs one new feature into v2.3 of his VCS CheatDevice for Vice City Stories. So what is this brand-new feature, pray tell, that deserves such an update by 0.1 of a version number?
Why, the all-new Construction Mode
DSCovered 280410 update Developer's note:
I started DSCovered for the same reasons as DSision and DSision2, I still think that the default firmware used on DS flash carts is ugly and boring
Metal Slug Anthology - 100% Complete Metal Slug Anthology - 100% Complete
PSP Saved Game Installation:
Unzip this file then Copy and Paste the folder into your SAVEDATA folder on your PSP (accessible by: My Computer > Removable Disk > PSP > SAVEDATA).
MISSION COMPLETE! All features have been unlocked, including the Desktops, Special Music, and Tonko Art Gallery