Name Downloads Filesize
USA Ben 10 - Omniverse 2 296295 111.2 MB
Europe Pokemon Y 55733 1.72 GB
Europe Pokemon X 55388 1.72 GB
USA Michael Jackson The Experience 3D 42200 440.9 MB
USA Rune Factory 4 38340 1.37 GB
USA Pokemon X 34156 1.72 GB
USA Alien Chaos 3D 29181 50.0 MB
Europe Inazuma Eleven Go - Light 26601 2.91 GB
USA Harvest Moon 3D A New Beginning 22238 372.4 MB
USA Pokemon Sun - CIA Version 22001 1.82 GB
USA Ben 10 - Omniverse 20418 115.8 MB
USA Sonic Generations 19527 624.2 MB
USA Legend of Zelda, The - A Link Between Worlds 18962 712.6 MB
USA Kingdom Hearts 3D - Dream Drop Distance 18274 0.98 GB
USA Animal Crossing - New Leaf 18165 772.0 MB
USA Fire Emblem - Awakening 16024 1.08 GB
Europe Inazuma Eleven 3 - Team Ogre Attacks! 15146 1.65 GB
Europe Ben 10 - Omniverse 2 14889 118.7 MB
USA The Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time 3D 14854 460.7 MB
USA Angry Birds Star Wars 14531 196.7 MB
USA Bravely Default 14280 3.27 GB
Europe One Piece - Unlimited World Red 14068 1.80 GB
USA Pokemon Moon - CIA Version 13886 1.80 GB
Japan Fire Emblem - Kakusei 12618 1.22 GB
USA 50 Classic Games 3D 12305 98.5 MB
Europe Sonic Generations 11441 673.3 MB
Japan Inazuma Eleven Go Galaxy - Supernova 11434 2.78 GB
Europe FIFA 14 11090 1.45 GB
Europe Inazuma Eleven 3 Lightning Bolt 11078 1.64 GB
Japan Inazuma Eleven Go - Dark 10404 1.54 GB
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How to use our 3DS ROMs

The Nintendo 3DS is the latest handheld console in a long and iconic range of handhelds from Nintendo. The new gimmick this time around is the ability to display stereoscopic 3D so that your games will look even more 3D than ever. The system is staying very true to its roots and offer new additions classic series, bringing us new 3DS Pokemon ROMs and Legend of Zelda ROMs.

The best way to play our 3DS ROMs is by using a flash cart such as Gateway 3DS or Sky3DS. You can think of these flash carts as the R4 of 3DS emulation as their functionality will be very similar. We've embedded a video showing the details of how the Sky3DS flash cart works and you can also check out this comparison of them.

Another way to play is by using the Citra 3DS emulator. It's still early times for this emulator but it's already showing amazing progress and run quite a few games. The process is a bit more involved as you'll have to decrypt the 3DS ROMs first. You can see the full process, but for now, it's easier to use a flash cart.