75 in 1 DS Games

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  1. Twiffles
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    So my cousin bought one of these 75 in 1 DS games and it saves and stuff, so I assume it's a flashcart of somekind. Looking at the DS selection screen it's called "DS Fireline". So I was wondering, is it possible to change the games inside? It's got tons of repeats and really lame games (like some kind of "Pretty Princess Pony" or something.)

    Box looks like this:
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  2. cupajoe

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    Yeah, i've seen those pop up a few times. They must be a type of flash card with games loaded onto them and sold at a higher price. Gotta love china!
     
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    They are a collection of the smallest 70 DS games along with 5 to sell the device. And you probably can't change it.
     
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    so what 75 games does it consist and how much did you pay for this?
     
  5. Twiffles
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    It has pretty much games like what offtopic84 said. Do you think you could change the games using the reader the F-Card uses?
    [​IMG]
    And some guy on youtube has homebrew and whatnot on his "DS Fireline.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9X9AX51NJ7o
     
  6. imz

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    5? All the games on the cover are top notch titles (well, apart from those last 3) If you can play and save all those games perfectly then it's a very good investment, but 75 is a lot and seeing as it can hold more than an average flashcart it's probably just made for playing the games, and not adding or removing any and no video and audio (moonshell)
     
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    That a n-card clone that guys using.
     
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    Which is called DS Fireline [​IMG]
     
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    You can't change the 75 in 1. End of thread.
     
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    Unless you or somebody tries doing so, it's not end of thread.
     
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    Ok, try it.

    I've owned many of those kind of carts for GBA and GBC, with the same style of box. None of them would read in various linkers that I own, and were also undumpable - you'd get the loader in some cases.

    In fact, I'll put money on it not being rewritable.
     
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    Look, I'm not trying to say it is rewritable, I don't know, maybe it's not, but I'm sure it would be better if we tried it out.
    Also, the fact that it says DS Fireline in the loader, which is the name of an N-Card clone, gives a pretty big hint [​IMG]
     
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    The N-Card clone is the "DS Fire Card" not the "Fireline"
     
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    There might have been another called the DS Fireline. If you can get hold of an N-Card/F-Card reader, it might be worthwhile trying but I wouldn't go to any big hassle for it.

    EDIT: Some websites give the impression that it is a flashcard, that has games transferrable. Notice the u-disk, system files etc.

    http://au.answers.yahoo.com/answers2/front...06210201AADnY2Z
     
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    Even in China, If it was an N-Card clone, they'd market it as one. Trust me, I've been there, and they'll try to sell you a flashcart for more than these crappy all in one things.

    A moron on yahoo answers saying "it's a fireline" means nothing to me. Googling it produces nothing. The only thing that even links "Fireline" To N-Card clones is that IIRC, The Fire Card brands its Slot-2 linker a "Fireline," with the DS Menu picture saying "NDS FIRE CARD.
     
  16. Rankio

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    You mean Fire Line. Either way, I've seen a thread about these before and suggested they were a N-Card clone.