Download DeSmuME - freeware Nintendo DS emulator by YopYop156.
Some time has passed since the latest release of the DeSmuME, but the development has not stopped. With this new release comes brand new Cocoa frontend designed to make playing more pleasant for Mac OSX users. Also a number of important bug fixes have been implemented. Compatibility has risen once more. Win32 nosse2 binary for Windows has had an updated and the OSX version is now compatible with Mountain Lion - both sound and video should work now.
FlashMe - a hacked firmware for DS that allows you to start code in DS mode from a flash card in the GBA slot. WifiMe - is a set of a custom drivers and software by FireFly for RALink based wireless network cards enabling to boot homebrew code on DS via Nintendo Wireless Multiboot method version 0.9.9 and version 1.0.0.b is getting closer to.
NDeSmuME Version 0.9.11 (x64) 64-bit for Windows 10, Vista and Windows 7
- Playing DS Games. Unwrap and Launch TWiLight Menu from your Home Menu. Select your console type and press A to confirm your selection. Press the yellow arrow on the bottom right corner when the DS Menu loads up to launch the TWiLight Menu UI. It is not advised to use GBARunner2 to play GBA games as it does not fully support save files.
- How to Download and Play DS ROMs. If you're looking for DS ROMs games to download and play on your device, then you've come to the right place. You can play any classic game on your computer, tablet, or smartphone using the emulators found here. But first, you need a DS ROM file to upload on your emulator.
How To Download Ds Games On Hacked Ds Games
NDeSmuME Version 0.9.11 (x86) 32-bit for Older PCs with Windows 10 32-bit Version, Windows 7 and WinXP
If you do not have Visual C++ 2010 Runtime installed on your Windows PC you will need to run this installer before installing DeSmuME as it depends on the DLLs from the Visual C++. Download BizHawk C++ Installer
BizHawk supports operating systems as old as Windows 7 SP1 64-bit.
.Net Framework v4.6.1
Visual C++ 2010 SP1 Runtime (x64)
Visual C++ 2013 Runtime (x64)
Visual C++ 2015 Runtime (x64)
DirectX Web Update (DirectX 9 is employed)
NDeSmuME 0.9.11 Mac (x86, x86-64, PowerPC) Latest DS emulator binaries for Apple Macintosh.
NDeSmuME OSX 0.9.8 mac.dmg file for OSX (now works on Mountin Lion)
NDeSmuME Version 0.9.6 for WinXP, Vista and Win7 and Windows 8
DeSmuME Version 0.9.6 focuses mainly on the DS rom emulation bug fixes and new features for fans of freeware homebrew games and apps as well as game developers. Most regular users will certainly find that the NDS-ROM support has increased significantly and Pokemon games like Pokemon Black and White runs at full speed with DeSmuME and no Action Replay hacks or cheats are needed. There are fewer crashes and gameplay improved significantly in the emulator. Prior to switching to the latest version of the emulator, make sure you save all the significant savestates of your games, because there could be some incompatibility between the game save files. So please backup your DFV files.
NDeSmuME Version 0.9.4 for Apple Mac OSX
Apple Mac OS X - gtk, Glade air and GTK interface users - DeSmuME DS emulator has introduced some small changes, as we have moved the location for all the configuration files and save state / game save files to ~/.config/desmume . Files such as. Desmume.ini will move automatically to the new directory, but you must manually copy DeSmuME game save files om Mac OSX.
NDeSmuME Version 0.9.4 for Windows XP, Vista, Win7
* Added New save autodetection and save file format and full rerecording support
mic input fixed - was nearly useless before
Action Replay code parser has been added, more robust cheats engine and dialog
More reliable and useful frameskipping
texcoordgen mode 3; fixes some ortho sprites and some entirely broken games
alternate flush mode HACK 3d config toggle, fixes some entirely broken 3d games
added missing autohold for L and R
hook the fake noise mic; use m to toggle
NDeSmuME Version 0.4.0- Corrected bug in the 3D, menu, improved the speed of execution.
DeSmuME Version 0.3.6- Added one key in order to play with some rom, Improved emulation speed (little 3 or 4 frame), Improved the compatibility with the roms.
DeSmuME Version 0.3.4- New Unofficial Build by Normmatt!
(Version 0.3.4 - 04/24/2006) - adds save state and preliminary SRAM save support
German NDeSmuME 0.4.0 - thanks for translating it Akxiv.
DeSmuME Version 0.3.3- latest stable version.
ENGLISH Version 0.3.3- thanks for translating it Vinnymac.
German Version 0.3.3- thanks for translating it Akxiv.
DeSmuME Version 0.3.0 English
DeSmuME Version 0.3.0 German
DeSmuME Version 0.0.3 English
Latest stable source code - for programmers.
DeSmuME is also known as YopYop DS is written in C++ for Microsoft Windows and can play Nintendo DS homebrew and commercial nds roms you can download from the internet.
The name DeSmuME derives from the popular use of ME in Nintendo DS products by homebrew developers. So DeSmuME would equal DSemuMe. Other popular uses of ME include:
LoadMe - a generic patcher for commercial DS roms that works with any GBA Flash Card,
PassMe - 'mod-chip' using which takes authentication from an original DS card an allows execution of unauthenticated DS rom code from the GBA cartridge slot / GBA flash card.
FlashMe - a hacked firmware for DS that allows you to start code in DS mode from a flash card in the GBA slot.
WifiMe - is a set of a custom drivers and software by FireFly for RALink based wireless network cards enabling to boot homebrew code on DS via Nintendo Wireless Multiboot method version 0.9.9 and version 1.0.0.b is getting closer to release.
The emulator its self is in French with user translations to English and other languages. Even if you download the French version of DeSmuME - it is easy to navigate through menus as it has a similar users interface to DSemu. It supports many homebrew nds rom demoes as well as a handful of Wireless Multiboot demo nds roms. DeSmuME is also able to emulate some of the commercial nds rom titles which other DS Emulators like iDeaS and Dualis aren't capable of doing so.
It used to be easy to obtain ROMs for emulators. One could easily go online and download all the games they desired. But there are many reasons why you can’t and shouldn’t now. Legality issues, risk of viruses, and Nintendo’s actions against sharing their ROMs online make downloading ROMs a bad idea.
However, all hope is not lost! It is possible to dump your own games without violating any legal or copyright rules, and therefore have games ready to play on these emulators. In this article we’ll begin discussing how one could legally obtain ROMs of Nintendo games.
Emulators are very popular nowadays, and they’re a fantastic way of enjoying your favorite classic video games. They come with so many benefits, such as improved resolution and support for any controller or device, to name a few. You can even use a console as a dedicated emulator system. But, of course, you need actual games to play on the emulator.
Nintendo has made this very hard, as of late. They’ve threatened legal action against many ROM hosting sites and had their games taken down. Even if you do manage to find a (sketchy) site that still has ROMs available for downloading, technically you’re breaking the law. But not if you can work around it!
The Legality of Emulators and ROMs
Legally speaking, downloading ROMs from the internet is pretty much always considered piracy. It’s downloading games you didn’t pay for. On the flip side, however, there is nothing illegal about downloading and running emulators. So, if we want to use emulators for their various benefits over standard consoles, how do we get games to use with them legally? The answer is something I want to encourage and teach all readers here to do: dump your own game collection.
The legality of this is that it is perfectly okay to make backups of data that you legally own. So, if you legally own a cartridge or disc, you can take a backup of its data for safe keeping on your hard drive. It’s useful in the event your game gets lost or breaks (the downfall of both discs and cartridges). And it of course has the added benefit of being able to use with emulators.
However, this becomes illegal when you decide to share that game you just dumped. You end up with two copies of a game, and the person you shared with gets a copy that he or she did not pay for. I would like to make it clear that this article, this blog, and I myself do not support sharing or obtaining games by any illegal means whatsoever. We are only focusing on and encouraging legal methods of obtaining these games.
What Can Be Dumped, and The Methods of Dumping
I’d like to show that it is possible with little to moderate difficulty to obtain ROMs from pretty much anything. Many of these methods involve hacking consoles, which I won’t discuss, but I will include tools needed on those hacked systems. This article simply shows what systems and tools can be used to obtain ROM backups. Future guides will show in detail how to actually use these tools to dump your games. Click here for Part 2, which is on dumping Nintendo discs!
Here’s a list I put together on how to obtain ROMs or ISOs of all types of Nintendo games.
Method 1: Cartridge dumper
Method 2: Dump a Virtual Console title from a hacked Wii, Wii U, or 3DS
Requires: Hacked Nintendo Wii, PC
Can extract NES, SNES, and N64 ROMs from VC titles.
Wii U VC (as well as SNES Classic):
Requires: Hacked Wii U or SNES Classic, PC
Tool: Wii U VC Extractor
Can extract GBA, NES, and SNES ROMs from VC or SNES Classic titles.
Requires: Hacked 3DS
Can dump GB, GBC, GBA, NES, or SNES VC titles, then ROMs can be extracted.
Gamecube/Wii/Wii U games:
Dump from disc on GameCube, Wii, Wii U or PC with supported disc drive
Not recommended by me, but I will include it for informative purposes.
Requires: GameCube with Action Replay or Modchip, SD to memory card adapter, SD Card, Swiss (homebrew loader)
Can dump only GameCube games.
Requires: hacked Wii with Homebrew channel, SD Card or USB drive
Tool: CleanRip or USBLoaderGX
Can dump Wii and GameCube games.
Requires: hacked Wii U + hacked vWii mode if ripping Wii games, SD Card or USB drive
Tool: Disc2App (Wii U disc), USBLoaderGX or CleanRip (Wii discs), DDD (Wii U digital titles)
Wii or Wii U discs can be dumped, as well as Wii U digital titles.
Requires: Supported disc drive (see below)
Tool: FriiDump (Wii & GC),
Can dump GameCube or Wii games with supported disc drive.
List of supported disc drives for Wii & GC
Nintendo Switch games:
Dump from cartridge using a hacked console
This method is complicated and not recommended. The Nintendo Switch hacking process is much more challenging and risky than the other consoles. You could also get banned by Nintendo for playing games that were dumped (even the original cartridge). But, once again, it’s worth including to show that it is possible!
Requires: Hacked Nintendo Switch Console
Tool: GCDumpTool (cartridges), Goldleaf (Digital titles)
Switch Game Carts and digital titles can be dumped.
More information on dumping Switch carts
Game Boy/Game Boy Color/Game Boy Advance games:
Method 1: Cartridge dumper
Example 1 (GB and GBC games only)
Example 2 (GB/GBC/GBA support)
Method 2: Dump GBA cartridge using GameCube
Required: Gamecube, Action replay or modchip, SD to memory card adapter, Game Boy Player or GBA Link cable
Using a Game Boy Player
Tool: Game Boy Interface
Using a GBA Link Cable
Tool: GBA Link Cable Dumper
Method 3: Dump GBA games from Wii U/3DS virtual console
Requires: Hacked Wii U
Tools: Wii U VC Extractor
Can dump GBA Virtual Console games from Wii U
Requires: Hacked 3DS
Can dump GB/GBC/GBA virtual console games from 3DS
Method 4: Dump GBA cartridge on DS
Requires: Nintendo DS Phat or DS Lite, DS Flash Cartridge
Tool: GBA Backup Tool
Nintendo DS/3DS games:
Method 1: Dump using hacked 3DS
Requires: Hacked Nintendo 3DS or 2DS
Can dump any DS or 3DS cartridge
Method 2: Dump using a DS or DSi over wifi
Required: Nintendo DS phat/DS Lite/DSi, DS Flash Cartridge
Can dump DS and DSi cartridges over Wifi
More info: http://wiki.no-intro.org/index.php?title=Nintendo_DS(i)_Dumping_Guide
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Click here to move on to Part 2, which is on dumping Nintendo discs!
Further reading:The Ellis Workshop’s Wii Hacking Guide