One amongst all of the most popular handheld emulators of all time in the market available is the Nintendo DS. The value which is iconic is ‘The Game Boy ‘and ‘The PSP’ right up there. There have been some amazing games for the system, and sometimes keeping those games on your smart phone is easier than having a second device to play them. Unfortunately, the development of the iNDS Emulator platform is still a bit of a niche, so there’s not a lot of choice. Luckily, this industry of gaming has stabilized a lot over the last year of 2018 till today in the year of 2019.

The following are the top 5 games that everyone would like to play on NDS emulator:

1. Phoenix Wright Series

The DS emulator was almost created for graphics adventures. Not only is it foldable, book-like, and portable, but along with these features, the stylus makes the mouse a perfect replacement. And while both ‘Hotel Dusk’ and ‘Professor Layton’ are excellent competitors of the genre, it’s hard to beat ‘Phoenix Wright’s adventures’. The cast of insane characters and impossible circumstances grows bigger with each consecutive chapter. You’re going to have to like reading to get through the game, of course they’re all heavy text, and parts of the games require careful reading between the lines of what the suspects are saying for the discovery of the truth. You can download this NDS Rom and can play it on emulator.

2. The World Ends with You

Ripped off the streets of modern-day Tokyo, ‘The World Ends with You’ is just as much a tribute as a stellar RPG to Shibuya fashion culture. The story begins after Neku’s death, assuming the role of anti-social teenager Neku, who sees himself trapped in the Underground, a purgatory where ‘Players’ are forced to compete against “Reapers” in games for the right to live. Neku has to pair with other players to survive as the theme of the game is teamwork.

3. Mario Kart DS

Believed by many as a definitive entry into the long-running Nintendo kart racing series, Mario Kart DS never ceases to impress with the sheer content quality on a single, small DS cartridge. In this polished racer, featuring an excellent multiplayer and a worthy A.I. opponents, some of the most recognizable faces of the ‘Big N’ go one-on-one again. Mario Kart DS is the perfect complement to a long road trip, a glacial family get-together or a long stay in a time-wasting waiting room with 12 characters, five racing modes and several madcap tracks.

4. Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars

Chinatown Wars is one of the few games you’ll find on the “M” score of the ESRB on the Nintendo DS. As you roll with protagonist Huang Lee, you’re going to hotwire vehicles, scratch lottery tickets, hack safety terminals, gather sniper rifles from parts, and address tablets, with every of the one of a kind mini-games mainly geared to a credible gang activity. From levels on the early starting of the sport to the quit-recreation meeting, it’s all about attending to the top of the Triad food chain and being one of the deadliest icons on the street.

5. Pokémon Series

For Nintendo fans, every new Pokémon title is like an event, and the series has shown no signs of slowing down. In fact, Pokémon is probably the only series that succeeds in competing with franchises such as ‘Call of Duty’ or ‘Halo’ on revenue alone. Pokémon’s popularity and wide appeal make every DS game available in the market worthy of being called as the top title in handheld history.