The file extension NDS is associated with Nintendo DS and Nick-O-Matic Design Factory by Riverdeep Interactive Learning Limited. Nintendo DS is a gaming console which functions as a handheld device and can be used with the touch screen or with your PC and an emulator program. Nick-O-Matic Design Factory is a software application that allows you to create projects and crafts using characters from Nickelodeon cartoons.
If the file extension NDS is related to Nintendo DS, the file is a game file type that contains a game ROM for a video game that is used with the Nintendo DS. The dual screen on the Nintendo provides you with two different ways to launch and play the video game.
NDS files that are created with Nick-O-Matic Design Factory are a graphics and image file type that contains graphics and craft projects created with the Nick-O-Matic software application. The contents can also include text, layouts, desktop publishing formats, and other elements that allow you to create customized art projects.
How to Open NDS Files
If the NDS files are associated with Nintendo DS and you use Windows, you can open them using the iDeaS Emulator, which is available on the NDS Emulator website. You can also use NO$GBA which stands for No Cash GBA and is an emulator designed to work with Nintendo DS and GameBoy. No$GBA is available on the No Cash GBA website and is compatible with Windows XP and higher.
Other programs that will open Nintendo NDS files in Windows include DSEmu, which is an open source emulator available on the DSEmu website, and NSBMD Tool, which can be downloaded from the NDS3 Format website.
If you are looking for a multiplatform application to open Nintendo NDS files, you can use DeSmuME, which is a Nintendo DS emulator application that is available on the DeSmuME website. DeSmuME is compatible with Windows, Mac OS X, and the Linux operating system.
If the NDS files are related to Nick-O-Matic, you can use the Nick-O-Matic software application to open the files. Nick-O-Matic is available on the All Games website and is compatible with the Windows operating system.
If you are unable to access Nick-O-Matic, you can try opening NDS files using one of the desktop publishing applications available on the Broderbund website. You can also convert the files to another format using a file conversion application. There are a number of file conversion programs available as a free download on websites such as CNET and Softpedia which will convert NDS files for you. You can also use an online resource such as Zamzar which will perform free file conversion for you. Simply log onto the website, browse for the NDS file, choose a new format, enter your email address, and click on Convert. Within minutes you will receive the newly converted file in your email inbox.