Animal Crossing question

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Jan 21, 2008

Animal Crossing question by Azn_Tomato at 12:03 AM (574 Views / 0 Likes) 2 replies

  1. Azn_Tomato
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    Hey, i was wondering about something for ACWW:
    For those of you that know what bricking is and all, i was wondering what would happen if you bricked your game on a flash cart, if that is possible.
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    Exactly the same thing that happens to a retail cart; a corrupt savefile. With a flashcart (or hardware to extract saves from a retail cart), you can copy the broken save to a computer and attempt to fix it (see animal crossing forums, I don't know how off the top of my head). Or if you keep regular backups of your save you can rollback and replace the dead savefile with the last good one, undoing anything you did that day but at least your town's intact.

    In other words getting bricked on a flashcart is no different, it's just easier to recover from.
     
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    Really? I didn't really think it was corrupted so much as just broken.
    I mean, 5 mansion seeds in a town doesnt corrupt the file, it just like overloads it or something, doesn't it?
     

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