GB/GBC Game Help

Discussion in 'GBA - Console and Game Discussions, Help and Tips' started by jamespoo, Nov 22, 2011.

  1. jamespoo
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    GB/GBC Flash Cart?
     
  3. jamespoo
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    they have gb/gbc carts wow

    i just googled it but all i find is this

    http://store.kitsch-bent.com/product/usb-64m-smart-card
     
  4. Tsukurimashou

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    I know I'm a little late but you can put multiple games on it but you can only have one save at once with that, atm there is no GB/GBC flashcard that allow you to have multiple roms + multiple saves
     
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    I think there were a few flash cards around during the GB/C days, the Doctor Gameboy/Gameboy Doctor sounds familiar but they had very small internal memory, very high price tags and were no where near as user friendly as the GBA/DS equivilants. I do remember seeing someone mod a gameboy so it could load roms from an SD card which would give you a max of 64gb storage (bear in mind my complete romset is about 1 gigabyte) but there is no way they're being mass produced so at best you could persuade some clever hacker type to sell you a handmade one. Saying that someone could have made a more recent effort and there might be expandable memory flash cart out there somewhere. As Tsukurimashou said the flash cart linked to can only store the one game because apparently they were intended for devs to make games and not the mass piracy I'm used to. I wouldn't trust the product linked to in the OP since If I remember correctly they were plagued with graphical glitches and game ending bugs as well as the hardware itself breaking down far sooner than legal retail cartridges.
     
  6. spark1223

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    They are not being mass produced. Most are DYI carts made by people or small groups. Some sites have an option to buy as well as have instructions if you want to make one yourself.