Platform: Nintendo DS
Metal Slug 7
Mario vs. Donkey Kong 2: March of the Minis
New Super Mario Bros.
Mega Man Star Force: Pegasus
Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth
iCarly 2: iJoin the Click
Elf Bowling 1 & 2
The Suite Life of Zack & Cody: Tipton Trouble
Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney
Cars Mater-National Championship
Zero Escape: Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors
Kirby: Squeak Squad
Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days
Daigasso! Band Brothers
Monster Rancher DS
Rune Factory 2: A Fantasy Harvest Moon
Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story
Sonic Classic Collection
Keroro RPG: Kishi to Busha to Densetsu no Kaizoku
Wacky Races: Crash & Dash
Super Monkey Ball Touch & Roll
Cory in the House
Mega Man Star Force 3: Red Joker
One Piece: Gigant Battle!
Dragon Quest Heroes: Rocket Slime
Mega Man Star Force 2: Zerker x Saurian
Shrek: Ogres and Dronkeys
Drawn to Life: SpongeBob SquarePants Edition
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky
LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga
Mega Man Star Force 3: Black Ace
Drawn to Life
James Pond 2: Codename - RoboCod
Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin
Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor
Galactic Taz Ball
Diddy Kong Racing DS
Sonic Chronicles: The Dark Brotherhood
Pokémon HeartGold Version
The Bee Game
DK: Jungle Climber
Spore Creature Keeper was a spin-off game meant to make use of creatures made in its parent game, Spore and it was supposed to release on PC and DS. The gameplay was akin to Nintendogs where the player would pick a pet from the Sporepedia (encyclopedia of Spore creatures both Maxis made and player made) and raise them as a pet. The only footage of this game is a trailer and a few other snippets of gameplay. This game was ultimately canceled despite appearing to be a finished product, even having a EULA which can still be found online.
Also Appears On: Spore Creature Keeper (Game)
A Nintendo DS system has been to the top of Mt. Everest, and even faired better than many other electronic devices on the journey.
The Nintendo DS is based on a prototype system called Iris, which was intended to succeed the Game Boy Advance. The name Iris comes from the Japanese Iris plant, or Iris Ensata. This is evident by the name of Intelligent Systems's official DS emulator provided with DS development kits: Ensata.
The 'DS' in Nintendo DS is short for "Developers' System" or "Dual Screen".
A trademark filed by Nintendo in 2004 suggests the Nintendo DS was originally going to be named "City Boy," expanding on the Game Boy brand and putting an emphasis on taking the device with you in your everyday life.
In the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection Instruction Booklet, the fake WEP Key used is '8675309', a reference to Tommy Tutone's "8675309/Jenny".
If the player keeps a sound clip paused and idle for around a minute in the DSi's Sound Recorder, the DSi will play the Super Mario Bros. Theme Song using a pitch based on the paused sound clip.
There is an unused button called a "DEBUG" which is only present on development units. It is however possible to get this to work under emulation.