The Nintendo DS is a portable handheld created by Nintendo in 2004. The system featured many games that made use of the latest 3D technology, but also contained its fair share of sprite-based titles.
- Wood Dumper
- NDS Backup Tool Wifi
- Oil of Vitriol
- Every File Explorer (AKA EFE)
- NDSHeader (aka NDS Header Viewer)
- NSMBe (aka New Super Mario Bros. Editor)
- SM64DSe (aka Super Mario 64 DS Editor)
- 54634564's NDS Icon Ripper
Console Tool is a program that allows you to view the files in an NDS ROM, and export them.
MKDS Course Modifier views the common NDS model format (read below) and allows the models to be exported in .OBJ format.
- NDS backup Adapter+
- NEO SMS4
Common File Formats
NITRO File Formats
For more details on this file format, please visit the Nitro Files page.
The Nitro file system is a set of basic files created by Nintendo that helped developers quickly and easily develop titles for the console. Because of the simplicity of these files and the way they're created, it is the easiest common format on the DS to rip.
Formats include, but are not limited to, the following:
NCLR → Palette (Nitro CoLoR)
NCGR → Graphical Tiles (Nitro Character Graphic Resource)
NBGR → Graphical Tiles (Nitro Basic Graphic Resource)
NSCR → Maps/Images (Nitro SCreen Resource)
NCER → Tile Arrangement Information (Nitro CEll Resource)
NANR → Animation Information (Nitro ANimation Resource)
NSBMD → 3D Model Data
NSBTX → Model Texture Data
.NARC or .ARC
SoundDATa: where sound and music are stored. To access through Tinke, highlight the file containing the .SDat icon (A musical note) and click "View".
The only folders with accessible files are SWAR (for sound effects and individual sounds for music compositions) and STRM (depending on the game, contains fully assembled musical numbers, or cover songs broken into small segments of roughly 5-11secs each).
Specific Game Pages
|2nd Generation||Atari 2600 - Atari 5200 - ColecoVision - Intellivision|
|3rd Generation||Atari 7800 - Commodore 64 - Nintendo Entertainment System - Master System|
|4th Generation||Amiga - Neo Geo - Neo Geo CD - Philips CD-i - Sega Genesis - Super Nintendo Entertainment System - TurboGrafx-16 - X68000|
|5th Generation||3DO - Amiga CD32 - Atari Jaguar - Nintendo 64 - NEC PC-FX - PlayStation - Sega Saturn|
|6th Generation||Dreamcast - GameCube - PlayStation 2 - Xbox|
|7th Generation||PlayStation 3 - Wii - Xbox 360|
|8th Generation||PlayStation 4 - Wii U - Xbox One|
|Handhelds||Game Boy - Game Boy Advance - Game Gear - Neo Geo Pocket - Nintendo 3DS - Nintendo DS - PlayStation Portable - Virtual Boy|
|Other||Arcade - Mobile - PC|