The title of this article is incorrect due to technical limitations. The correct title is iDeaS.
iDeaS is the first Nintendo DS emulator to run commercial games. It was created by Lino Maglione, the author of the GBA emulator RascalBoy Advance, and is still a work in progress. Currently a Linux port is in the works.
In the weeks of its initial release date in late May, iDeaS became increasingly popular. Droves of people wanted to play the commercial NDS ROM Dumps and with screenshots of iDeaS running Metroid Prime Hunters, it was enough to make any leacher go crazy. But before it was said to be released, Lino announced that it would be further delayed to fix up several issues with the emulator. Then on the 18th of June iDeaS version 184.108.40.206 was released, leaving the general public in awe as they were given a taste of playing the ROM's.
Version 220.127.116.11 is able to load approximately 50% of all commercial ROMs, but only the E3 2005 Zelda Gallery Demo runs perfectly. Every other game that loads, either runs but with glitched graphics or crash at some point.
Currently iDeaS is able to emulate both ARM7 and ARM9 processors, both screens have been emulated and give 3D output, but have graphical limitations. The touch screen has also been emulated to a certain extent as well as the Real Time Clock.