The Nintendo DS features two screens, one of which is a touch screen, a built-in microphone, and wireless capabilities allowing for multiplayer games and applications. The console is also backwards compatible with the Game Boy Advance.
Nintendo DS Lite
The Nintendo DS Lite features a slimmer and more lightweight design, and a brighter screen. A special limited edition DS Lite bundle was released both in North America and Europe, each one including a copy of Phantom Hourglass and a Zelda-themed console. The North American version included a golden console with the Triforce, and the European version a silver console with the game logo and artwork of Link and Ciela. The European edition was limited to 1,000 copies.
The Nintendo DSi features a larger but thinner design. It also features two digital cameras, a SD card slot, and an online shop. The console is also no longer backwards compatible with the Game Boy Advance. On November 21, 2009, a larger version of the console, named Nintendo DSi XL, was also released.
The Legend of Zelda Games
- Freshly-Picked Tingle's Rosy Rupeeland
- Tingle's Balloon Fight DS
- Too Much Tingle Pack
- Ripened Tingle's Balloon Trip of Love
Classic NES Series
- Phantom Hourglass makes use of the DS internal clock, as certain events will take place at midnight according to the internal clock of the system.