What is NDS file?
NDS is an acronym for Nintendo DS Game ROM. NDS file extension is a file extension that is used to refer to the Nintendo DS Game ROM files. NDS files are usually 3ds Max .NBF, 3D Softwares .NBE, and Maya .NMB files. The only differences in the three types of file extensions are in the extensions and in how they work with different software and operating systems. When opened, these files automatically replace the original file and allow users to create a new version of it that can then be saved back into another software or operating system. This allows for more versatility when working with 3D modeling or animation software where you need to save your work before switching programs.
NDS Format details
|Nintendo DS Game ROM
Software, that convert NDS files
The easiest way to convert a NDS file is to save it in a different file format using dedicated software. Below you will find a list of software programs that can handle NDS files. Open your NDS file with one of them and save in another file format.