Found a GBA game that does not work

Discussion in 'Other Flashing Hardware & Software' started by Mchart, Mar 4, 2007.

Mar 4, 2007
  1. Mchart
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    Is it just me, or when trying to play afterburner in the sega arcade gallery, does it simply white screen and loop over a garbled sound? It is odd that the 3 other games work but not afterburner.
     
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    I just tried it for you, and I am experiencing the exact same problem. Very strange.
     
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    I had someone on IRC try it for me using the same rom and it worked. He however, was using a much older firmware version. I am using 4.6C. Would anyone be kind enough to upload an older firmware version for testing purposes?
     
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    I am using Loader v4.4, and it didn't work. What version was he using?
     
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    For Supercard I found that you can get After Burner to work, but then one of the others will quit working. [​IMG]

    Seemed to depend on how Restart was set when patching as I remember it.


    On the plus side, After Burner is the most unplayable of the 4 and you could just play the superior SMS version anyway.
     
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    The SMS version is definatly not superior. The versions in this GBA collection are actually the most true to arcade versions that exsist. The closest besides these GBA versions, are the PC-Engine versions, however, they all fail to run, or run very slowly using PCE-Advance.
     

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