The Nintendo DS has come in different colors and themes over the years. But have you ever imagined it would look like a Pokédex? Believe it or not, someone made this possible.
A known Game Boy modder modified a Pokédex toy in a Nintendo DS and the end result is actually fully functional! The Pokédex and Nintendo DS hybrid was posted on the modder’s Instagram account as proof.
The Nintendo DS Pokédex: What is a Pokédex anyway?
Before we dive deeper into how a Nintendo DS Pokédex was made possible, let’s first define what a Pokédex is. Fans of “Pokémon” are very familiar with this nifty little gadget, but non-Pokémon fans might just start scratching their heads.
The Pokédex is pretty much a portable device that stores all the information about creatures called Pokémon. Think of it as a “Pokémon” encyclopedia in the form of a red device with a hinged cover.
In the anime “Pokémon”, the device was created by Professor Oak to aid trainers of “Pokémon” in their quest to collect Pokémon.
Given how famous “Pokémon” is, it’s no surprise that fans have finally started to wish Pokédex was actually real. This wish has since been granted by many toy companies that have produced toy Pokédexes.
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Pokédex toy now Nintendo DS
(Photo: Screenshot from tomvdcr’s Instagram post)
According to a report from Kotaku, a Game Boy modder turned a Pokédex toy into a Nintendo DS. The end result also works fully.
The Game Boy modder, known on Instagram as tomvdcr, took a Pokédex toy and “gutted it and replaced its interior with a working Nintendo DS instead, which was so tight it had to cut the card. mother to get him in, ”according to the Kotaku report.
“As a kid I always thought the Pokédex looked like a handheld and when we got to the Sinnoh area it was just designed like a Nintendo DS Lite,” tomvdcr said in the caption of his Instagram post.
The Game Boy modder kept the Nintendo DS dpad but reused the ABXY buttons. The Pokédex and Nintendo DS hybrid play like a DS, of course, even though the GBA slot was kept open by tomvdcr.
“This is my best portable mod so far,” the caption of the Instagram post read.
Nintendo DS: Nintendo’s discontinued portable gaming device
The Nintendo DS is a portable gaming device that Nintendo released in 2004 and 2005. It features dual LCD screens, support for wireless connectivity, and a built-in microphone.
Games playable on the Nintendo DS include several franchise titles “Pokémon” and “Mario”, “Cooking Mama”, “The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass”, “Animal Crossing: Wild World” and many more.
The Nintendo DS was finally discontinued in 2013 after selling over 150 million units worldwide.
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