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(24 replies, posted in Nintendo Handhelds)

an-cat-max wrote:

it is lots of roms, you can't just plug it into your programmer. smile

BAWLS. Oh well.

Off topic, but it just ocurred to me that I can just get a game saver to back up my saves on my EMS 64MB because for some reason any time it goes to LSDJ it erases them all. But it still doesn't play Gargoyles Quest, Mario 2 (Best game eva?) and like Megaman IV or something. I think I'm going to make a EMS 64MB Cart ultimate answers thread because those things are TRICKY!

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(24 replies, posted in Nintendo Handhelds)

an-cat-max wrote:
stargazer wrote:

So the carts are a bunch of roms combined into one rom? I'm just wondering what would happen if you plugged it into a programmer. And could I then reflash it to my own set of roms?

no.

Is that two no's or just one?

819

(24 replies, posted in Nintendo Handhelds)

So the carts are a bunch of roms combined into one rom? I'm just wondering what would happen if you plugged it into a programmer. And could I then reflash it to my own set of roms?

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TraceKaiser wrote:

Funnily enough, I was just offered a multi-cart that includes Super Mario 4. Which has a Mario 64-style artwork thingy, so yeah.

If I do get it, I'll let you guys know about it ; D

That's awesome. I wish I had a cart that had all the good games on it (Pokemon, Mario 1, 2, 3, Tetris, Gargoyle's Quest, etc.) just so I could have only one cart to carry around.

an-cat-max wrote:

pirate carts are fun, i have a couple of famicom ones but they aren't rare if you know where to look

Where would that be? All of Asia and then some?

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arfink wrote:

I have. Though not for GB. Some of my NES abominations might be called bootleg carts. big_smile Also, Neo Geo bootlegs are the ones I see most often, though I embrace them for their insane inexpensiveness.

Haha....right. Your carts are miracles. That is, if I'm ever able to buy one! I thought pretty much anything to do with Neo Geo is pretty expensive?

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(24 replies, posted in Nintendo Handhelds)

I guess things like that are a lot rarer here than down there. The only time I've ever even seen a multicart was when my neighbors from Malaysia showed me theirs and it completely blew my mind.

823

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How is this different than playing normal tetris on an inverted screen?

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http://cgi.ebay.com/Nintendo-Gameboy-or … 27b5d2b5bd

I was scouring eBay this morning and found this. Notice the bottom right game, looks like Mario 64. From a google search the only thing I can find is that it's a Crayon Shin-Chan 4 hack that basically just replaces the sprite with one from Yoshi Cookie and other games. From a few youtube videos, it doesn't really look that bad for a hack. Wing Cap! Anyway, I just wanted to post it here if there were any collectors that might be interested.

NOTE: I am in no way affiliated with this auction, this is not a plug to make the game sell higher. I just thought it was cool and that other people would like to see it too.