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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by Tempbot, Sep 27, 2008.
^^ndsrelease-3732^^Contributed by Chanser
Apart from the unanimous cries of "FINALLY!" across the web...wasn't this dumped by someone here?
Im probably gonna draw a gian p3n0r as my first pic. lol
Nah. I dont even know how to play this lol >__>
I've been playing it for the past hours. It's a decent game but gets boring quickly.
Great! Now I just need to go and find it.
is this game even worth the download?
The size of this game is way bigger than I expected.
Interestingly enough, I'm seeing this as being nuked as a hack from the site I found it at. Downloading it anyway, of course. Will try it on my CycloDS.....
EDIT: seems to work fine....
Yeah, especially since it's only 50MB...
Just try it, it has its good points
The premise of the game itself makes it seem like it's meant to stay a flash-based game.
Yeah, I'm not one to come up with any practical ideas for designs that would even be entertaining. I'll try it, but I doubt I'll stick with it.
What's with the *HACKED* part of the release?
I think its take time to dump because of a new copy protection, maybe ind find a way sothe group pout an (*hacked) to the name
This will finally shut up the n00bs.
I'm still talking.
JPH spotted it and posted about it last night.
wtf, i found the rom somewhere and threw it on my ds. When i booted it up it said my card was unformatted. I stuck it back into my computer and it said it found a new drive, i treid to format it but it says it cant find the drive. I didnt safely remove it so could that have killed this card or could it have been the game?
i bet it was you, not unplugging it properly..
Try to format it with the panasonic SD Formatter.
The game data is read from the SD, but the only thing written to it is the save data.
And according to you, you didn't even start the game, because the flashcart said your card was unformatted before you had a chance to.
So how could it possibly have been the game?
It might have been a bad MicroSD reader (which might mean it's permanently destroyed), or just normal filesystem corruption, which is formattable.
Not safely removing usually won't corrupt the whole MicroSD, however it can corrupt single files if you pull it out while it's writing a file.
If you use Disk Management to format it, it might work. (Go to Start->Run and type diskmgmt.msc)
It always works for me when I can't format it from My Computer.
Actually I usually format it from Disk Management anyway, but still.
what's with the *hacked*???