Also, the GBA/GBC link ports are now purchasable as a standalone item!

It's all up at catskullelectronics.com

Last edited by catskull (Mar 11, 2017 5:57 am)

New pictures are finally up! Check them out!

Purchased !!!! smile  *thumbs up.

Warez Waldo wrote:

Purchased !!!! smile  *thumbs up.

Thanks! It's in the mail!

Just a note for everyone, I added an additional mode for the PS/2 jack. The arduino itself doesn't have to do anything with it, so the mode simply turns everything off so the arduino doesn't interfere. After the two LED flash for Live Map mode, it does a three LED flash for PS/2 mode. Sorry if that's confusing, let me know if you have any questions!

is it possible to drag LSDJ on those carts?
sorry if the question seems noobish, i don't have any experience with this stuff

havocCc wrote:

is it possible to drag LSDJ on those carts?

No. The size of the LSDJ ROM is 1024K.

Last edited by Knife Crimes (Mar 23, 2016 11:00 pm)

catskull wrote:

Have you ever wanted a dedicated cart for all the random music roms you use? Things like mGB, shitwave, and death ray?

Soon, you’ll have the option.

How much will it cost? $10.

Stay tuned for more details.

yeah for $10, definitely interested.

sounds good for $10!

MultiROM menu too? smile

For that cheap you don't need multi room. I'm down for at least 3.

MaxDolensky wrote:

MultiROM menu too? smile

How do you suppose that would work on 32k?

that's a good price, man. how are you getting it that low? local manufacturing?

my 32kb carts run me about $15 each once it's all said and done. that's in quantities of 150. that's not even including the shell or label costs. i think i need to start exploring other options in the future to get that cost down a bit.

I think it's best to clarify what they don't come with.

SRAM - no saving
a mapper - only 32k roms work. So basically tetris (and the ones I mentioned above). I have a nice list of compatible roms that you could choose to flash on it.
Anything else fancy.

The price includes a shell but not shipping. No sticker either (what do you think i'm going to spend all that time making labels for all the random roms out there!?!) An mGB sticker might be in the future, but not likely.

Shipping will probably be like $3 in the US. So if you order like 5 carts, it's still just $3.

What cool is that the carts are re-flashable with a programmer such as altane, bennvenn, or the Reiner Zeigler ones.

Apeshit wrote:

that's a good price, man. how are you getting it that low? local manufacturing?

my 32kb carts run me about $15 each once it's all said and done. that's in quantities of 150. that's not even including the shell or label costs. i think i need to start exploring other options in the future to get that cost down a bit.

Hahaha, thanks a ton! I basically don't do anything unless it's dirt cheap. Are you factoring labor into that cost? Feel free to PM me and I can give you specifics.

Last edited by catskull (Mar 24, 2016 12:47 am)

Here's a little sneak peak (the baby arm is not included in the price):

Not my own labor costs, but yes. Mine are currently assembled with the PCB manufacturers.

I pay absurd import fees on them as well. I'm thinking about switching to USA manufacturing and assembling the ICs in house in the future.

Just got this badboy in this morning actually, so I can do some efficient reflow soldering