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Notice: We make it very clear that the post is just a game suggestion (we DO NOT post ROM download links). This means that the suggested games are light and run well on the vast majority of cell phones (including Moto G1). You still need to own a physical copy of the Nintendo DS game to play. Drastic is a paid emulator, but it's worth every penny. The Android application can emulate several Nintendo DS games. On mid-range smartphones, the emulation is so perfect that the player can apply effects and filters to improve the graphics.
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– Mario Kart DS
We start the list with a classic that is practically mandatory for anyone who has a Nintendo DS. There are few modes for those who will play alone, but Mario Kart DS offers one of the best campaigns for lovers of this racing game genre. In addition to its original courses, Mario Kart DS features tracks from Mario Kart 64, Mario Kart: Double Dash!! and the original Super Nintendo Mario Kart.
– New Super Mario Bros
The gameplay of New Super Mario Bros is perfectly suited to mobile phones. The simplicity of the commands allows you to play with just one screen active, contemplating all the beauty and colors of the game. Needless to say, excellence in level design is present here. There are more than 80 perfect stages with paths and more secret paths. A masterpiece that needs to be played.
– The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks
Speaking of masterpiece, the game The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks also deserves to be on your radar. Despite not being so pretty, “Zelda do Trenzinho” runs very well on any cell phone. Link travels by train to a new puzzle-filled adventure. For company, a ghost inhabiting an armor. It will help you complete various challenges. Gameplay is best using Drastic's dual screen portrait mode.
– The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass
Spirit Tracks' predecessor also deserves to be on our list of best Nintendo DS games. The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass takes the classic formula from the Legend of Zelda series. At the same time, it innovates with great concepts for control. On smartphones, all touch problems are a thing of the past, thanks to the capacitive screen and Drastic emulation. This makes Phantom Hourglass a pleasant experience, which can be further enhanced with antialiasing support.
– Castlevania Order of Ecclesia
Castlevania, a dream come true on Android phones. Although there are very similar games like Castle Of Shadows and Lemegeton, none come close to the masterpiece Castlevania Order of Ecclesia. Konami renews the franchise with the addition of a new protagonist. The game's story takes place in the 19th century, when the Belmonts' bloodline is extinct. A new heroine, Shanoa, appears. Completely 2D, the game is very light and suitable for playing without draining your cell phone battery.
– Mario & Luigi: Bowser’s Inside Story
Another 2D game that is suitable for those looking for a fun adventure without compromising on battery life is Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story. It's an RPG in the same style as Paper Mario. The battles are in turns following the "Final Fantasy" line. A true jovial, joyful and immersive journey. If you want, you can speed up repeated battles with the option to increase speed in the Drastic menu.
– Sonic Rush Adventure
Not only Mario lived the Nintendo DS. The planet's most "aggressive" hedgehog was also present in Nintendo's handheld video game. Sonic Rush Adventure is an adventure with 2D and 3D elements. The game has a fun story and incredibly fast graphics for the Nintendo DS. The soundtrack is excellent and the authentic gameplay gives the game an above average rating. One of the few good recent Sonic games.
– Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days
Exclusive to Nintendo DS, Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days is that must-have exclusive for fans of the Kingdom Hearts franchise. But now, to play this classic, all you need is an average cell phone or even a basic one and the Drastic emulator. Centered on the character Roxas (Sora's Nobody), the story takes place while Sora sleeps. More precisely between the games Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories and Kingdom Hearts II. A member of Organization XIII, Roxas has no memories of her “past life”… yet. A game that explores the franchise's history in a completely new way and adds more facets to these beautifully developed characters.
– Viewtiful Joe: Double Trouble
Don't like RPGs a lot? Your bid is more brawling. So you'll be hooked in Viewtiful Joe: Double Trouble. Just go around the city beating as many bad guys as possible. Enjoy the antics of Joe, a movie aficionado who is transported to “Movieland”. Full of fun clichés, this game makes a lot of laughs.
– Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker
Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker is the first game in the franchise made in 3D, with graphics in cel shading. In this classic RPG, you'll face monsters from the series in arena battles. Despite having multiplayer battles as the main focus (something impossible in Drastic), the tip is to have fun with the game's campaign mode.
– Pokémon Pearl / Diamond / Platinium
Did you think we had forgotten about this franchise? Pokémon is the most popular handheld game series on the planet. Born on the Game Boy handheld, it is clear that the franchise has excellent games for Nintendo DS. The good news is that they all work great in Drastic. So we've gathered these into a single topic. Whether Pokémon Pearl, Diamond or Platinium, the player is well served by an open world RPG with several cities to explore, Pokémon to capture and masters to duel.
– Naruto Shippuden: Ninja Destiny 2
The Nintendo DS doesn't have many fighting games, but among them, we can mention Naruto Shippuden: Ninja Destiny 2. The full 3D game features characters from the anime and was one of the last ninja games to come to the Nintendo DS. In Drastic, it is possible to make the graphics more beautiful, with the help of filters and antialiasing.
– Bleach Dark Souls
Calm down, the last name Dark Souls does not mean that the game is part of the Demon Souls franchise. Bleach Dark Souls is a fighting game with RPG elements. Follow Ichingo on another adventure through Soul Society. Unlike Android games, Bleach Dark Souls offers a free campaign with online modes and in-app purchases. Perfect for spending hours playing.
– Against 4
Who knew that the Contra series would receive one of its best games on the Nintendo DS. This masterpiece can be played on Drastic with 60fps gameplay. All in 2D, the game combines the classic style of the Super Nintendo with new modes. Split screen virtually disappears in portrait mode. Unfortunately, the best way to play this one is with a bluetooth controller.
– Yoshi Island DS
Yoshi's Island DS is the sequel to Super Mario World 2: Yoshis Island (SNES). The visual style and gameplay are the same as the Super Nintendo classic. You control Yoshi and you need to take care of baby Mario. With a completely new campaign, you will find Baby Luigi, Wario and many others. Originally known as Yoshi's Island 2, Yoshi's Island DS is a game that can't be missed on the cell phone of anyone who loves platform games.
– Super Mario 64 DS
Super Mario 64, the original Nintendo 64 game has been reimagined on the Nintendo DS. Rebuilt for Nintendo's handheld, Super Mario 64 DS works perfectly on Drastic. The game is ideal for playing on the emulator as many of the actions do not require quick commands. However, this is another adventure that is better enjoyed if you have a bluetooth controller.
– Sonic Colors
Sonic Colors is one of the most memorable Sonic games. With versions for Wii, the game also reached the portable Nintendo DS. The portable version is a 2D game with two screens. Despite being of the platform genre and requiring precise commands, the game is very good to play on the Drastic emulator. Touch controls respond well. The speed of the game is mind-blowing with many varied scenarios and a good story.
– Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon
Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon is a tactical RPG. Although not visually inspired, Shadow Dragon is an RPG with a lot of content to explore. But most importantly, he is very difficult. In this game you follow the story of Marth, the prince of the kingdom of Altea. Medeus was resurrected and with all his might attacked the kingdom of Akaneia and decimated the entire population including Princess Nyna. It's up to Marth to save the kingdom.
Okamiden is an action game for Nintendo DS. The game is the direct sequel to Okami, released for Playstation 2, Nintendo Wii and Playstation 3. With a unique art direction, the goal of this game is to help people and develop the story. With a magic brush it is possible to paint strokes and other things. Touch gameplay works perfectly on cell phones.
– Rune Factory 2
Game from the creators of Harvest Moon, Rune Factory 2 will delight anyone who enjoys farming games. Build a house, get a girlfriend, get married, all this is present in this game. But unlike Harvest Moon, Rune Factory 2 has more RPG elements like story and character development. But for those looking for fishing, planting and other things, you will find it in this game too.
– Kirby Superstar Ultra
Kirby is one of Nintendo's little-known mascots. But if you're looking to get to know this character, the best way to do it is in Kirby Superstar Ultra. The game is a remaster of the Super Nintendo classic and features several games. They are unique and full of life platform games.
– Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs
Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs is one of the most different games involving the Pokémon franchise. It is an RPG that takes place on an island. Pokemon will duel and perform various tasks. It looks more like a collection of minigames, but the title has very fun moments. The touch interaction is excellent and works very well in the Drastic emulator.
– Pokémon HeartGold e SoulSilver
Released in 2009, HeartGold and SoulSilver is a remaster of the first Pokémon Red and Blue games. So if by any chance you've never played Pokemon, this is a good way to fix this gamistic flaw. The graphics are only 2D, but the amount of things to do in this RPG is impressive. Indispensable for Pokemon fans.
- Mario and Luigi: Parters in time
Another RPG well known by Nintendo DS fans is the game Mario and Luigi: Parters in time. In this curious game, the player controls Mario and his baby versions. It's a turn-based RPG with a lot of content to explore. The story is simple, but it explores time travel and many Nintendo characters.
– Pokémon Black 2 and White 2
You thought we had forgotten about this one, didn't you? Released in 2012, Pokémon Black 2 and White 2 are some of the best Pokémon games of all time. Despite containing the same combat mechanics as the previous version, Black and White 2 brings a completely new journey with seasons, new graphics (in 3D), new characters and much more. Very addictive, this game has a powerful combination of a lot of freedom of exploration with fun quests.