My only experience with rom cartridges dates back to the original DS, so I ask for patience ahead of time. My post history can attest that I was bad at this then, and bad at it now. Things I've read on thus far: Cyan's noob megathread, and most of the threads linked in Qtis's directory A few emulator zone threads Some awkward websites that came up in google, all ranging from 2011-2013 3DS Flashcart comparison thread, which doesn't even have this relic listed A thread from here discussing ACE3DS Plus from 2012, with the latest page talking about how the flashcart's website now leads to a russian farmville clone, which it doesn't. That's about where my confusion escalated: https://gbatemp.net/threads/ace3ds-plus-review.331160/ Links inside that thread given by a scary furry. Still reading those, as it's 18+ pages of unrelated stuff. I won't directly link said website just in case it's frowned upon, but it's literally ACE3DS. With a com. Now with that in mind, this is everything I have as far as information. My cousin owns a 3DS that he no longer plays (the man owns basically every video game system), and with it I found an old ACE3DS Plus card he no longer cares for. No SD card inside, but that's an easy fix. So here's my questions: Is there any old 2DS/3DS game systems I can buy that would still be able to make this thing work, so I don't have to worry about upgrading/downgrading/whatever people here put you on the steak over. Is there any available CFW/CIA, whatever we call it now, that would even support this flashcard? If there are answers to both those questions, are there any certain games I wouldn't be able to play on it anyway? If you can reply to this redundant thread with some links to read, that's fine by me. As long as it's kept under a dozen. Thank you for the help. And yes, if you tell me "This card will no longer work on any 3DS at all ever, sorry", I can ACTUALLY accept that answer. Mostly on the grounds that I didn't have to pay money and wait for this card to be shipped to be. That makes it a lot easier, as you can imagine, to just buy a new card if need be. But if I don't need to, well....here I am.