3DS ROMs & CIA - Free Decrypted 3DS Game Download

Nintendo 3DS
Image Title Rating Downloads
Pokemon X
127,622
Pokemon Y
63,059
Pokémon Sun
56,803
Pokemon Alpha Sapphire
46,643
Monster Hunter XX: Double Cross
11,994
Puzzle & Dragons Z + Puzzle & Dragons Super Mario Bros. Edition
10,483
Dragon Quest XI: Sugi Sarishi Toki o Motomete
8,883
Pokémon Moon
4,864
Dragon Quest Monsters: Terry no Wonderland 3D
3,500
Dai Gyakuten Saiban 2: Naruhodou Ryuunosuke no Kakugo
3,048
World Soccer Winning Eleven 2014
3,018
Dai Gyakuten Saiban: Naruhodou Ryuunosuke no Bouken
2,064
Labyrinth no Kanata
645
World Soccer Winning Eleven 2014: Aoki Samurai no Chousen
554
Bokujou Monogatari: Futago no Mura +
346

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Undeniably, the 3DS is one of Nintendo’s most successful systems. 3DS was first introduced in 2011 and ended in 2020 to reinstate the playing field for the Nintendo Switch. With more than 150 million units sold, this is one of the typical console machines of unexpected success. With its compact size and two 3D screens, this machine can be easily carried anywhere.

Currently, there are many 3DS emulators on computers as well as mobile devices. Typical is Citra. You can easily run .3DS and .CIA games on this emulator. We have over 1000 Nintendo 3DS games including eShop games in 3 different formats and you can use them for many purposes: Decrypted, Encrypted and CIA. There are also a few Pokemon hacking games in CIA format that we added for users to try out.

Though the Nintendo 3DS’s inner hardware is quite a bit more powerful than the innards of the Nintendo DS family, the outside casing should strike a familiar note. The clamshell design remains from the Nintendo DS, as does the two-screen setup. The top screen of the 3DS displays 3D visuals, whereas the smaller bottom screen retains the DS’s touch-sensitive functionality. There are still some notable aesthetic differences between the Nintendo DS, Nintendo DSi, and Nintendo 3DS: The 3DS is capable of taking 3D pictures, whereas the DSi is not, and the 3DS also has an analog nub situated above its traditional cross-shaped d-pad.