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Introvert's Antidote - Handheld game system


#81

Hey my dudes - the ones who know about phone / android stuff… Can I run DS stuff too like Locke’s Quest?


#82

Duck Duck Go says. YES! But not Free.


#83

Hm. Found an option to buy a DS version for days I can sneak away with bestie’s DS - now pondering which is the better way to go.


#84

It’s not available yet…have to pre order it…I just read the Google Play store…


#85

I’ll likely get the DS version then. Love Tower Defense games but don’t play them on computer anymore. It’s an addiction, lol.


#86

Have you played…

I have a spare key with all the DLC.


#87

Aw… that’s so pretty - no never played it before. ^^ If you can spare the key, I’d love to try it out. :heart:


#88

It’s 3 keys…give me a min…:heavy_heart_exclamation:


#89

Yes. RetroArch or DraStic are emulators for the phone. (free and paid, respectively) Then you just need the ROM. I found locks quest pretty easily.


#90

Oh? So it’s a matter of know then because if so, cool. :smile:


#91

Yup. Third party games for a system are the easiest to find. Stuff like Mario Kart is harder.


#92

How much is the paid one? Is that one easier to use / better etc?


#93

5 USD. When I used it a long while back it was better, but RetroArch may have updated itself and gotten better.

Apparently the demo was removed from Google Play


#94

@Danacscott Well you can run DS emulators on mobile phones, look into RetroArch it actually emulates most older consoles on mobile in one app, at least on Android

edit:
:laughing: I replied before reading all the other posts and seeing the other comments about RetroArch, I use it regularly and aside from a few issues with the menu I don’t have much trouble using it on my Kindle Fire tablet