Flashcart for MICRO-GBA?

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  1. ivoyko
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    I have one from them and how its very old i dont know a lot about flashcarts from GBA... i remember than a girl than i know show me his but i lost contact and i cant ask again.
    And well was some years ago and im sure than its more hard find a flashcart in 2016 for a old videogames system because that i am here asking what flashcart can i buy than fit on MicroGba without be more big than cartridge size.
    I bought some years ago one and was only for roms from another consoles and i cant play my gba stuff on it D: and that sucks.
     
  2. KingpinSlim

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    The new GBA Everdrive is by far the best GBA flashcart, but it's expensive and a bit bigger than a regular cartridge.

    The Ez-Flash IV is exactly the same size as a regular cart, is cheap and plays most GBA games.

    Those two are your only real choices.

    Research them and find out which one you prefer.
     
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    Best GBA cart you can buy now, particularly for build quality, is the Everdrive GBA. But, it is larger than a standard GBA cart and will stick out on your micro.

    If you want the cart to fit perfectly, then EZ-Flash IV.


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    derp. beaten.
     
  5. ivoyko
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    Features:
    • High compatibility. Near to 100% compatibility with GBA game library
    • All save types supported, no ROM patching required
    • Fast Loading (most games load within 1 - 2 seconds)
    • 256Mbit PSRAM (32MByte) ROM memory
    • 1Mbit SRAM (128KByte) save memory


    The EZ have the same RAM?
     
  6. migles

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    yep. actually ez iv got 3 types of memory
    a 32MB NOR used mostly for play 32 MB game, it's slow to write but you can store a game or 2 in there for instant loading
    a 16MB PSRAM (it's a fast memory type, this means, games up to 16MB will load much faster than the other)
    and the SRAM save memory (for game saving, every card got one of theese)

    however everdrive because it got new components, got a single 32MB PSRAM, and archieve loading times of 1-2 seconds
     
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    But everdrive its so expensive... while i can play all gba games (or near the 100% of them) on it i think i buy a ez flash...