Nintendo Games for Ios

News : Nintendo's First Mobile Game Is Really, Really Bad

Nintendo rolls out its first smartphone-specific game in the U.S. on March 21st, and the main protagonist is... you. Well, your Mii, and it's not a game, but a social app. What?! Coming to both Android (you can sideload the app already via APK Mirror) and iOS, the app is cal ...more

How To : Play Nintendo games on Windows Mobile devices

Want to play old school Nintendo on your Windows Mobile devices, such as smartphones? Well, this video tutorial will show you how to install the NES emulator on that Windows Mobile electronic touchscreen device. Just sync up your cell phone, and download the software off of th ...more

Great Deal : $0.99 EA & Gameloft iOS Games for Christmas

Looking for last-minute Christmas gifts? Give the gift of mobile gaming! Electronic Arts (EA) and Gameloft are having their annual holiday sales just in time for Christmas. If you've got a gamer on your shopping list with an iPad, iPhone or iPod touch, a mobile game will make ...more

How To : Rip 3-D character models from Nintendo 64 games

With paper crafting you can build intricate paper models of your favorite characters, from Jack Sparrow to Nintendo's own Toad. This video tutorial shows you how to rip 3-D characters from your favorite Nintendo 64 games for the purposes of paper crafting. It will take some ed ...more

How To : Make your own Nintendo DS games

Download .net framework and install it if you do not already have it. Download DevKitPro from here and install as instructed. Next, go to Palib.info and download the latest release of this program. To install, follow the prompts. Click here and download DevkitArm. Install this ...more

How To : Put Nintendo DS games on your R4 DS

Download r4.html from www.r4ds.cn on your computer and unpack the zipped folder. Place all files in one folder. Then load your micro SD card on your computer. Now open up your micro SD and open the folder. Drag the files you downloaded in your micro SD card. Now create a new f ...more

How To : Clean Nintendo NES classic games

No more q-tips! No more alcohol! No more blowing in your cart! Did you know alcohol actually damages the carts? This is a much more effective, safe and long term way to restore the connection. To do this, you need to open the game cart up, which takes a special bit. Search yo ...more

How To : Play Game Boy Advance games on a Nintendo DSi

Yes, there is a way to play old Game Boy Advance games on your new Nintendo DSi. You just have to download the GBA DSi Emulator. Yes, it is possible to play GameBoy Advance game backups (aka GBA ROMs) on your DSi. You have to use a special DSi flash card adapter though, for Mi ...more

How To : Back up and burn games for the Nintendo Wii

This video tutorial from noxad presents how to backup and burn games for Nintendo Wii game console.To setup game transfer from computer to your console you'll need any type of SD memory card. In this tutorial it's Lexor 1 GB SD card.Insert SD card into your computer card reade ...more

2014's Hottest How-Tos : Hacks, Mods, and...Veggies?

This past year was a big one for WonderHowTo. Our biggest yet. In 2014 our writers, curators, and community members helped over 100 million people learn over 270 million new things. That's 40% more people than the total number of students enrolled in every single school from e ...more

News : Google Kills Gaming on Android

One of the biggest advantages iOS has over Android as a mobile platform is how readily and fully it has embraced mobile gaming. There are over 200,000 games available in the Apple store, compared to approximately 100,000 in the Android Marketplace. As an Android-using gamer, t ...more

How To : 9 Ways to Improve Your Mobile Gaming Experience

While the portability of mobile phones makes gaming convenient, it isn't a perfect playing experience. With touch controls, small screens, and limited specs, smartphones lack the comfortability of dedicated gaming devices. But with a few tips, you can enjoy games as if you wer ...more

News : E3 Just Proved That Gaming Phones Aren't Gimmicks

During E3, many major game developers announced plans to bring console and PC franchises to mobile. These titles are designed for more serious gamers with competition in mind. All of this points to a shift in mobile hardware priorities — soon, gamers will need gaming phones ju ...more

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