Japanese Training

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Japanese Training
Version14 May 2008

Training is a Japanese game to help those who want to learn Japanese. It is now possible to revise the hiragana, the Katakana and Kanji.


  1. Download and extract file
  2. DLDI patch .nds file according to card and copy with files to the root directory of the card

User guide

Once launching the game, another file with profiles will be created: RECORDS.TXT

If you update from one version to another : RECORDS.TXT may have a different structure, delete it before playing.

The file DRAWINGS.DB contains all the drawings that you can try to draw and match. You can add your own drawings to this file.

Known issues

If you get this error : "Error:Could not initialize libfat!", you may need to patch the ROM with DLDI patcher.


Wednesday, May 14, 2008

  • Test on vocabulary available
  • Possibility to add your own words

Sunday, March 23, 2008

  • Handwriting Recognition
  • 245 Kanji stored in a database
  • Possibility to add your own kanji
  • Ability to replace existing kanji

Tuesday, March 11, 2008

  • Support English
  • Added python files to add additional languages

Compiled with latest libs (devkitARM r21, and PAlib ulibrary)

Wednesday, January 9, 2008

  • Bug fix: was not working on R4 and M3
  • Handwriting recognition:
Drawing ideogram year
Comparing two ideograms
Adding new drawings
The replacing Existing drawings
Drawings browsing
Need to finish this module though (lots of bugs)
  • Error message on start menu for bad initialization libfat
  • Corrected Kanji 'Sen' (1000)

Monday, December 17, 2007

  • Test on Kanji available
  • Management of sounds
  • Menu options functional
  • Game statistics available
  • Level up after a perfect
  • Profile Management
  • Improved handling keyboard
  • Added function Joker / I spend
  • Adding components list and checkbox
  • Added a progress bar
  • The start button starts the game really
  • Improved Graphics

Friday, December 7, 2007

  • Test available on hiragana
  • Test available on Katakana
  • Profile Creation
  • Level of difficulty
  • Time Management
  • Menu options added (not working yet)
  • Tab 'vocabulary' improved


Thank you Mollusk and Brunni for PAlib and uLibrary.