What you need for these hacks to work: 1. Mario Kart DS Demo Version (don't ask me where to find it) 3. A Flashcard or emulator 4. A Slot-2 Flash Card (if using a Slot-1 flash card) Instructions for emulator 1. Free driver updates no purchase. Patch the Mario Kart DS Demo Version using Lunar IPS 2.
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Run the emulator and choose the Mario Kart DS Demo version you just patched 3. Instructions for flashcards (Don't know how to at the moment since I don't have a Slot-2 card) All the courses that are not supposed to be seen in the demo version of Mario Kart are now available! They are all available in this bundle. Also, all the beta courses in the demo version are now available in one of the patches! The Nitro Grand Prix contains all the new courses only available in the demo version. The Retro Grand Prix contains all the courses available in the regular version of the game, but with textures!
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THE LAST AVALIABLE DEMO IS D045 - Dr. Kawashima's Brain Training: How Old Is Your Brain? There are a whole ton more now, with the addition of demo kiosks going out in wide distribution across North America. There are two Tetris Demos, Brain Training, etc. As soon as someone figures out (or goes out and) dumps those demos, we'll see 'em around the 'net somewhere.
As for numbering, I say DOWN with numbering. It's aggravating. When I want to search for a game, I want them in alphabetical order so I can find the game, not having to scroll through some arbitrary numbering system that no-one will agree on anyway. I've seen arguements for and against numbering. If you check the main DS Scene sites you will find that all the rom numbers have been agreed. I was against numbering myself but someone mentioned it is good to see how many roms you have missed which i must agree with.