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| [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Homebrew_(video_games) Homebrew] is a popular term used for applications that are created and executed on a video game console by hackers, programmers, developers, and consumers.  
 
| [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Homebrew_(video_games) Homebrew] is a popular term used for applications that are created and executed on a video game console by hackers, programmers, developers, and consumers.  
| Keep an eye out on the [[Homebrew Exploits]] page for a list of available exploits. Right now a copy of the game "Cubic Ninja" is required.
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Revision as of 04:44, 21 November 2014

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Welcome!

What is Homebrew? How do I run homebrew?
Homebrew is a popular term used for applications that are created and executed on a video game console by hackers, programmers, developers, and consumers. Keep an eye out on the Homebrew Exploits page for a list of available exploits. Right now a copy of the game "Cubic Ninja" or a Gateway 3DS is required.
How do I develop homebrew? What homebrew can I run?
See the Setting up Development Environment‎ page for a guide on how to get started with homebrew development for the 3DS. The toolchain supports Windows, Linux and Mac. See the Homebrew Applications page for a list of homebrew applications/games that can be downloaded and installed to your SD-card.