Gba games on r4

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Gba games on r4 by ryudo123 at 10:32 AM (991 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

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    ive seen some people playing GBA games on the r4 and i was wondering how they got them to work.
    ive searched everywhere and all i get is the slot 2 device called ezflash...but im wondering if this is still needed or has someone made an emulator which plays gba roms without the need for any other devices and such...

    thanks in advance [​IMG]
     
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    No one has as the DS isn't powerful enough.

    :facepalm:

    You need either the slot 2, ds iplayer(slot one with 400mhz and 32mb or ram) or a dsiplayer which isn't out yet.
     
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    No such thing for the R4. So too bad, the only way to play GBA games is with the EZ Flash 3 in 1 thing.
    Or you can get the Supercard DSTWO which will be released sometime this year, since the DSTWO can run GBA roms without any other external stuff.
     
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    If you saw that, it was fake. Prolly just some guy playing gamplay videos of gba games on his ds, and pressing some random buttons.
    For the over 9000th time: R4 DOESN"T RUN GBA GAMES!
     
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    alright thanks for the info guys...
    ill try and get my hands on that new flashcart coming out...
     
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