JezzballDS We've found a new bit of homebrew that should interest fans of an old game known as Jezzball. It's called JezzballDS v1.0.0 and, as you can guess, it's a port of the old WIndows Entertainment Pack game onto the NIntendo handheld.
The goal of JezzballDS is to black out as much of the open space in a given level by placing walls along the spaces. The main thing that stands in the way of your doing this, however, are the balls that bounce around inside the space. Avoid them and black out that space as best you can!
The project owner, eric.citaire, didn't put in any instructions, but it seems simple enough. Just download the file, insert the file into your SD card and run it. Use the trigger buttons to switch between horizontal and vertical wall-making, and create a wall using the B button. Enjoy!
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Jezz Ball Jezz Ball
Jezzball, written in Lua. The object of Jezzball is to divide the bouncing balls into quadrants totalling to 75 percent cleared. I lost many hours of my life to this game on my old TI-85 calculator, great times! "
How to play:
Clear the board by isolating the balls from the rest of the board
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