Nintendo DS Game Case

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Introduction: Nintendo DS Game Case

Why purchase an expensive game case from Gamestop that is as big as the actual DS and only holds four games, when you can make a smaller, sturdier one that holds eight?

Step 1: Empty Out an Altoids Chewing Gum Tin

You may

-eat them at a leisurely pace and have an empty tin in a week,
-throw out the gum because you don't like it anyway, or
-stuff your mouth with as many as you can comfortably chew and be done in a few rounds.

Step 2: Put in Your Games

One can fit up to eight games into one tin, or four games and the plastic cover for slot-2 on the DS Lite.

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    how did you get Rub Rabbits!? Are you in Europe or Australia!?

    ya i got my copy of feel the magic on ebay in case for like $8 but ya i need to pick up rub rabbits as well if its as good as feel them magic

    No, I'm in the US. I got it at a regular GameStop!

    on Elite Beat Agents, did you unlock the hard rock level

    i have like 8 games and i use this tin thanks so much for the idea, i've been using it for like a year i think. if you need to hold like 50 games buy and r4 chip and a usb device to copy the ds games so you can legally own all the games and have it on one cart

    why dont you just buy one those memory card wallet cases they sell at wally world in the camera department its only like 4 bucks and ho9lds like 30 mem cards

    ds games are a little to big for that :<. anyways nobody has 30 ds games. Not to mention the classy Altoids tin

    A lot of people have that many DS games. I do. I'm trying to find something that will hold at least 50 games. There is one thing called the Nintendo Ultimate Game Library, but they're really rare and hard to find. I've been playing around with different cd cases, sewing, gluing, etc, trying to make my own, but so far I haven't found something that works well enough yet. I hate lugging around a small handbag full of cases and cartridges.

    Did you take a look on those stamp collection foils? They are the same like those for collecting card games, but smaller. I think you can get them in A5 or even A6, that would make a nice system to store DS games. Lucky me, i only own 1 DS Card, and that is always in the DS :)