2DS hacks have been a staple of the Wii U’s second-generation hardware, and there’s no shortage of them to choose from.
With the new Nintendo 3ds series, however, it’s a whole new story.
With an impressive roster of new 3DS hacks to choose with, we asked a few of our favorite hacks to take a look at.
We’ve seen plenty of hacks for Nintendo 3Ds, and most of them feature some kind of new system-specific functionality, which is often why they’ve taken on such iconic names.
That’s certainly not the case with the newest 3DS Hack.
For its debut, the hack has been dubbed “Robux,” and it’s definitely a hit with its developers.
The hack’s a smash hit in the Smash Bros. community.
The only thing it doesn’t have is a Smash Bros game to release it on, but its developer has already done his homework.
Robux was created as a way for players to create their own versions of the game and share them with the Smash community.
This hack, for instance, allows you to play the original Smash Bros.: Smash Bros Melee as well as the Smash 3DS remake, Super Smash Bros Brawl.
In the process, the hacker was able to add in many features that have never been available on the original 3DS.
One of the more noteworthy ones is the ability to use the 3DS touch screen to interact with the 3D models in the game, making the hack an impressive addition to the 3ds library.
We’re not surprised by the result, since this is one of the most unique hacks on the 3dhack roster.
It’s a great way to get the best of both worlds by adding a third-party 3D game to the mix.
Robix is one to watch for as it’s still in early development.
We’ll be looking forward to playing the hack as soon as it launches on the Nintendo 3d servers.
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