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Title: Utilities: Phoenix Wright Script Editor
Post by: RHDNBot on January 30, 2007, 10:01:19 am
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Update By: deufeufeu

The Phoenix Wright Script Editor projects aim to deliver a full-fledged editor for adding your own cases to Phoenix Wright on Nintendo DS.
So far a script extractor/decoder/encoder/injector has been released, with a tutorial case.
This project is released under the GPL.

Relevant Link: (http://deufeufeu.free.fr/phoenixwright (http://deufeufeu.free.fr/phoenixwright))
Title: Re: Utilities: Phoenix Wright Script Editor
Post by: DarknessSavior on January 30, 2007, 05:40:59 pm
While that is REALLY neat (I <3 Phoenix Wright), is there a DS emulator that works well enough to support this, or even necessitate it?

~DS
Title: Re: Utilities: Phoenix Wright Script Editor
Post by: RedComet on January 30, 2007, 06:23:44 pm
There's one DS emulator floating around, but I don't know how far along it is. I'd say flashcarts are the intended means of play for the moment.
Title: Re: Utilities: Phoenix Wright Script Editor
Post by: KaioShin on January 30, 2007, 06:38:47 pm
The game should work very good on no$gba.
Title: Re: Utilities: Phoenix Wright Script Editor
Post by: Garoth Moulinoski on January 31, 2007, 08:01:25 am
There's one DS emulator floating around, but I don't know how far along it is. I'd say flashcarts are the intended means of play for the moment.

Most of them don't support too many games or just do PD games. For the commercial games they do support, they run like the DS 1/100 speed. 8(
Title: Re: Utilities: Phoenix Wright Script Editor
Post by: snesmaster40 on January 31, 2007, 06:40:48 pm
Err... I just looked at those screenshots... what about that emulator in those pics?
Title: Re: Utilities: Phoenix Wright Script Editor
Post by: Aquillion on January 31, 2007, 09:36:33 pm
Most of them don't support too many games or just do PD games. For the commercial games they do support, they run like the DS 1/100 speed. 8(
It isn't that bad.  The latest version of no$gba with all the necessary BIOS and firmware files has very high compatability, and can emulate Phoenix Wright near-perfectly.

The last two versions of desmume are also decent, though the most recent one lacks 3D and the one before that (while it has 3D) lacks sound.