Nintendo eShop (Nintendo 3DS)
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Nintendo eShop is the application you use to download Nintendo 3DS games!
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Notes: What does the header say?
A dummy texture, showing a mockup of the eShop's HUD. Worth noting is the mention of the app's internal name, Tiger.
The title theme from Mario Kart: Double Dash!!, possibly used as a dummy track for the SpotPass-distributed background music. It is stored within the /bossBgmTest directory.
The loop points for this audio is stored inside sound/TigerSound.bcsar, and it is incredibly short. It starts in "864" and ends in "12192".
Within the /debug directory, there is a text file called revision.txt containing the following:
Unused Game Characteristics Icons
Research this a tad more.
Within /database/america/characteristic in the eShop's files are six game icons for showing certain features of games. Three are used (Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection, Mii, and Nintendo Network), while the other three are not (Touch! Generations DS, Touch! Generations Wii, and Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection Pay & Play).
Internal Project Name
Nintendo eShop has the codename Tiger, according to the sound archive's filename (TigerSound.bcsar).
|Default Apps||Nintendo 3DS Camera • Mii Maker • StreetPass Mii Plaza • Face Raiders • AR Games • Activity Log • Nintendo Zone • System Settings|
|Included with System Update||Nintendo eShop • Miiverse • Nintendo Network Settings • Internet Browser|
|Downloadable Apps||Virtual Console • YouTube • Swapnote|