Nintendo Systems development on a mac?

Discussion in 'Mac Programming' started by dwishbone, Dec 28, 2006.

  1. dwishbone
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    #1
    has anyone here done any DS, Gamecube, or Wii programming on a Mac?
    if so are there any good devkits for the mac?
    any good tutorials/starters specifically catered to development on the mac?
    im mostly interested in doing some DS homebrew or possibly Wii Channel development.
    maybe even a good NES or SNES homebrew game might be nice.
     
  2. slooksterPSV
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    NES requires a 6502 assembler
    SNES requires a 65c816 assembler
    The others I'm not sure what their SDK's are.
     
  3. micsaund
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    According to this page, devkitARM is available for the Mac, although I'm not sure of it's capabilities compared to HAM or the other Winbloze packages.
     
  4. ironjaw
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    Contact Agentq at SCUUVM forums, I believe he's a developer for nintendo uk, and i think he's a mac user as well but i'm not too sure. You will find him under the Nintendo DS forum thread at SCUUVM.

    He might help you out with some answers :)
     

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