dslair.jpg Those cunning homebrew coders are always coming up with new goodness, and a Nintendo DS conversion of Dragon's Lair, 'DSLair', is the latest 'innovation'. It only plays the first 4 levels thus far, but the guys at Caimans Technologies are obviously having fun seeing how they can use their video codec to replicate the classic laser-disc game.

Of course, the folks over at Digital Leisure still own the official license to the Dragon's Lair series, which they have made available on 'Xbox 360-compatible' DVDs. Oh, and as a side note, the company has also recently added Thayer's Quest, another early laserdisc game, for DVD players. And apparently, game censorship was big in Thayer's Quest, even back in 1985, especially when speech synthesizers were involved.