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    LibMikMod for Nintendo DS

    A one-evening porting here: libmikmod for fpc4nds
    It is a portable sound library for playing various music modules like MOD, S3M, IT, etc.
    I have tested for mod format only, so it could return crap... in case bug report me! ^_^

    Hardware mixer (based on ARM7 cpu) works fine on real hardware, but on no$gba I get some distorted sound; software mixer works fine both on real hardware and no$gba, but eats more ARM9 cpu

    Download here! (532 kb)
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    LibMikMod for Nintendo DS

    Trying to put me out of business huh?

    Nice job! :thumbup:
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    LibMikMod for Nintendo DS

    Lol! :lol:
    Not really, I only need a way to add music to a casual game for ds.
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    LibMikMod for Nintendo DS

    Actually... I was pondering MODs when I noticed a bunch of guys that were playing one of the Guitar Hero games in barracks on base.

    Imagine all the time you'd save having to syncronize all those button/key strokes with the music if you already had them in a format that assisted the coding?

    MOD would actually work great for something like Guitar Hero or the Donkey Kong drum game...
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    LibMikMod for Nintendo DS

    Somebody hav ever used XNA for PC and Xbox Game programming?
    Need help.
    Live programming, eat programming, breath programming and die programming

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    LibMikMod for Nintendo DS

    Yassersoft, please do not post new questions in old threads. Especially if your question does not match the topic.
    Also, do not post that you require help, instead write what it is that you need help with.

    In the meantime, this thread might be of some help to you.

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