Cheap GBA flashcard that runs on NDS and NDSL?

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  1. crapmonkey
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    Looking for a really cheap flashcard that will run on NDS and NDSL (GBA too but not required). I know there are no DS flashcards that run GBA games so I just want a GBA one that will run directly from the DS GBA slot. Can anyone suggest some good ones and a good place to buy it from?
     
  2. Krestent

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    Do you want to run both DS and GBA games or just GBA games?
     
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    I already have a DS flashcard so I just need a GBA flashcard that will run GBA games only. As long as it runs on the NDS/NDSL.
     
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    thanks but that link says it's only for NDSL, I need it to work on the original NDS as well.
     
  6. _Chaz_

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    They come in DS Phat sizes too, you just have to search for them.
     
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    No, it doesn't even have a slot for a MicroSD. But you will still need a Slot-1 DS flash cart with a MicroSD in order to write a game to the EZ-Flash.
     
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    Nope, no SD card is required besides the one for your DS flashcard. Also, you will need to get that one homebrew GBA ROM loading app that goes with it (It's called Rudolph's Tools or something like that).
     
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    anyone got a guide for this thing? I expected to just drop an SD card into it with the GBA games and put that into the DS, it's not that easy is it?
     
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    You can read my sig for GEP info, if you want a pure gba flashcart learn the fact that your gonna have to pay up.