GBC emulation on GBA SP

Discussion in 'GBA - Emulation' started by creep01, Jul 21, 2009.

  1. creep01
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    Is there any BEST way to emulate GBC games on a GBA SP?
    I have an EZ-Flash 4 so that should make things simpler.
     
  2. SifJar

    SifJar Not a pirate

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    use a gbc emulator on that cart.

    or you could just, you know, play them on it.
     
  3. Da-Bomb1

    Da-Bomb1 GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Goomba color is a great emulator you can use.
     
  4. creep01
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    thanks but it seems goomba color has still some work to be done on,but if thats my best choice, then can someone direct me on how to use that?
     
  5. UltraMagnus

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    buy a GBC flashcard
     
  6. DanTheManMS

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    You sure you're using the latest version of Goomba Color from dwedit.org? It's fairly complete and fully-featured.
     
  7. SifJar

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    From what I have read, you could just put tape around the bottom of the GBA flash cart and then it'd work like a GBC one, but I'm not 100% sure about that. They may need different voltages, in which case that wouldn't work.
     
  8. Da-Bomb1

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    Haha, won't work...they're completely different cards. It's like trying to read a Blu-Ray disc in a CD drive.
     
  9. SifJar

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    thats just what i read somewhere. never had a gba flash cart so didnt try it out.
     
  10. UltraMagnus

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    gameboy cartridges work on 5v, GBA cartridges work on 3.3v, not only will that fail to work, it could cause your flashcard to combust.