GBA Micro cart

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  1. Jaxtaylor
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    I can't seem to find anywhere to get a decent flash cart for the gameboy micro - I really don't know which one's best to go for and where to look?

    Is it also possible to play GB and GBC on it?

    Can anyone help me please?

    ta muchly. [​IMG]
     
  2. Saywhatjj4

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    are you talking about the gameboy micro?
     
  3. Jaxtaylor
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    I am, sorry - corrected post [​IMG]
     
  4. Lily

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    Any Game Boy Advance flashcart will work with the Micro. I'd recommend something from the EZ-Flash series (like the EZ-III) if you can find one, but as I say, any GBA compatible cart will work fine.

    The GB Micro can't play GB/GBC cartridges natively, but you can use an emulator (Goomba Color) on the flashcart to play them.
     
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    I like my Supercard MiniSD
     
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    EZ Flash IV
    www.dealextreme.com


    M3 lite perfect with GBA shell
    www.ishopvideogame.com


    M3 perfect SD/CF
    shop01media.com


    more like a lack of trying?


    goomba emu or goomba color emu see the slot2 emu section sticky for a list OF EVERY EMU.
     
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  8. Jaxtaylor
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    Jaxtaylor GBAtemp Regular

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    That's definitely more the case! Thank you all for your fast replies!
     
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    The M3 Perfect lite is a good choice because it come with a gba shell. The EZ flash iv is good and not that expensive but it lacks the features of the M3. I find the supercard to be slow but that might be solved with a fast card. There's still a number of very fast ram based cards floating around. If I wanted the all around best card I'd go with the M3 if I only had $25 to spend I'd get an EZ-Flash