Basic questions

Discussion in 'GBA - Hardware, Devices and Utilities' started by crunchewy, Dec 8, 2006.

  1. crunchewy
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    crunchewy Newbie

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    I would like a device that allows me to save the state of a Nintendo DS game at any point, not restricted by the game itself. I have been reading and reading, but it isn't clear to me if any of these flash card devices do this, and even if so, do they only do it if you have a "nopass" card as well? I.e. if I buy a SuperCard Lite Rumble and a microSD card, will that combination alone allow me to save the state of a game at any time, and go back to that saved state? Does it do this at all? Does it require a Superkey card or PassMe3 in order to do it? Thanks!
     
  2. OSW

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    Its usually called "real time save" and i've heard a few flash carts support it. BUT i don't believe this feature can be used by DS games, or otherwise one that does work hasn't been invented.