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DsDsRevolution

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DsDsRevolution
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General
Author(s)Tako2
TypeMusic
Version0.4.4
LicenceMixed
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DsDsRevolution (Japanese) is a DS homebrew rhythm game similar to Dance Dance Revolution. This homebrew also allows you to create your own songs with StepMania Tools.

In DsDsRevolution, you press the buttons in sync with the arrows that are shown on the screen according to the rhythm.

Features

  • A stepmania clone for NDS.
  • Uses stepmania data files (sm files) and mp3 source files.
  • Ogg files will need to be converted to mp3 before use (source files need to be updated too).
  • Only Dance-single mode.

Installation

Use a proper DLDI patch for your card.

Put the /DsDsR/ directory in the root folder of your card. the .nds file can be anywhere.

Songs are put in the /DsDsR/Songs/ directory, in the same fashion as you do with Stepmania. For example /DsDsR/Songs/// You are free to choose and yourself.

You need at least the .sm and .mp3 file in a directory.

It supports #BACKGROUND in the .sm file, so be sure to place the background file with the sm file if you use one. Be aware that background files has to be resized to 256*192 pixels, or there will be display errors.

There can be a maximum of 32 groups, and 32 songs per group.

Controls

L R
Up Up X X
Left Right Y A
Down B

Song choice screen:

Stylus - Choose song

L/R - Scroll screen

A - Choose

B - Cancel

X (in song list) - Choose a random song

X (on difficulty screen) - Start the game without a life-meter

Y (on difficulty screen) - Start the game in auto-play mode

Game screen:

Button config can be edited in DsDsR.ini.

Start - Pauses, (on results screen) Back to the song list

Select - Changes screen mode

Media

Changelog

v0.4.4

  • Added support for .ogg files.
  • Cleaned up the dsdsr.nds file.
  • Added:ogg.dsp (now plays .ogg files).
  • Added:failed.wav (failure).
  • mine.wav (mines explosive sound).
  • Removed: failed.mp3 (replaced with failed.wav).

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