Emulation EZ Flash 4 for Gameboy Micro

MR_COW

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I don't know exactly what you mean, but with the EZ4, you use a Windows program to transfer .gba files to a mini-SD card. The program is needed to patch the games for the SD card.

But assuming you have something with a GBA slot(in your case, a micro), a mini-SD card, and a mini-SD USB reader, you're set.
 

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Sorry for the confusing question. I was having trouble finding the correct way to ask. You answered it perfectly though. I was just making sure no other purchases were necessary to make the cart play GBA roms.
 

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It doesn't "emulate" GBA games - it runs them directly on the hardware. Aside from minor incompatibility issues with specific games, you should be fine, as the thread in the post above me should help illustrate.
 

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