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Rumour : DS Linkup tunneling software details

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Anonymous
April 5, 2005 1:36:14 PM

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http://www.dsgaming.co.uk/html/modules/news/article.php...

Jadrule is developing DS tunneling software that will allow all DS
multiplayer games to be played online. Details inside.

Sources from the Italian developer Jadrule have confirmed exclusively to
DSGaming that they are nearing an alpha release of their DS tunneling
software. The software as been in development since December 2004 and
currently goes under the name of 'DS Linkup', which will be released on
April 11th.

DS Linkup promises to connect DS users from all over the globe and currently
has been tested across Europe with several successful connection and from
Europe to America with one successful connection.

The games tested so far are Super Mario 64 DS and PictoChat.

The reason for the delayed release of April 11th is that the software is
being tested for compatibility in further regions first.

The official website can be found here:
Jadrule DS Linkup page

With the recent news about a possible DS Linux release soon in addition to
this news, it seems like the DS might finally be gaining some ground on the
PSP in terms of homebrew software and the like.
Anonymous
April 7, 2005 2:23:33 PM

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MidnightDad wrote:
> http://www.dsgaming.co.uk/html/modules/news/article.php...
>
> Jadrule is developing DS tunneling software that will allow all DS
> multiplayer games to be played online. Details inside.
>
> Sources from the Italian developer Jadrule have confirmed exclusively to
> DSGaming that they are nearing an alpha release of their DS tunneling
> software. The software as been in development since December 2004 and
> currently goes under the name of 'DS Linkup', which will be released on
> April 11th.
>
> DS Linkup promises to connect DS users from all over the globe and currently
> has been tested across Europe with several successful connection and from
> Europe to America with one successful connection.
>
> The games tested so far are Super Mario 64 DS and PictoChat.
>
> The reason for the delayed release of April 11th is that the software is
> being tested for compatibility in further regions first.
>
> The official website can be found here:
> Jadrule DS Linkup page
>
> With the recent news about a possible DS Linux release soon in addition to
> this news, it seems like the DS might finally be gaining some ground on the
> PSP in terms of homebrew software and the like.
>
>

*if* this turns out to be true, then WOW!!! And We-hay!!!

If not, I wont be surprised
April 8, 2005 2:32:26 PM

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Where the heck is the flash card!? I want a DS flash Card! :D 


Leo

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"MidnightDad" <someone@microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:1112708211.1d7068df96bc62736bcf915f0783a6bb@teranews...
> http://www.dsgaming.co.uk/html/modules/news/article.php...
>
> Jadrule is developing DS tunneling software that will allow all DS
> multiplayer games to be played online. Details inside.
>
> Sources from the Italian developer Jadrule have confirmed exclusively to
> DSGaming that they are nearing an alpha release of their DS tunneling
> software. The software as been in development since December 2004 and
> currently goes under the name of 'DS Linkup', which will be released on
> April 11th.
>
> DS Linkup promises to connect DS users from all over the globe and
> currently has been tested across Europe with several successful connection
> and from Europe to America with one successful connection.
>
> The games tested so far are Super Mario 64 DS and PictoChat.
>
> The reason for the delayed release of April 11th is that the software is
> being tested for compatibility in further regions first.
>
> The official website can be found here:
> Jadrule DS Linkup page
>
> With the recent news about a possible DS Linux release soon in addition to
> this news, it seems like the DS might finally be gaining some ground on
> the PSP in terms of homebrew software and the like.
>
>
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April 8, 2005 5:28:21 PM

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"Leo" <commodore128d@gmailspam.com> schreef in bericht
news:_4t5e.928172$6l.131250@pd7tw2no...
> Where the heck is the flash card!? I want a DS flash Card! :D 
>
>
> Leo

Hehehe ;-)... As I told you on msn, the GBA flashcard is quite a stable and
good medium... There's a site that's now taking orders for a Passthrough,
with which you can play DS (homebrew) games and software using the GBA
Flashcard.
Apart from this, it's great to hear that the DS'll be online soon, problem
is that you need a wireless router; I don't reckon that public hotspots have
the software to utilize the online capabilities of the DS.
April 11, 2005 11:28:00 AM

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"MidnightDad" <someone@microsoft.com> schreef in bericht
news:1112708211.1d7068df96bc62736bcf915f0783a6bb@teranews...
> http://www.dsgaming.co.uk/html/modules/news/article.php...
>
> //snip//
>

I'm afraid it appears to be what I feared it to be.
The site http://www.jadrule.tk/ now shows a message for all of you who were
looking forward to playing the DS online. I guess we now just have to wait
until the _real_ homebrew community really brings something forward or until
DS brings the DS online theirselves.
I can't wait.
!