gbc game in the ds slot

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  1. iFish
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    iFish Slower than a 90s modem

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    hey i know the ds cant play nor fit gbc games in it but i found out how to fit them but if thee any homebrew app that lets you play them that reads them or a patch?
     


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    No. The DS is physically incapable of even talking to the card. Slot-2 has a lower voltage than that of the GBC, and on the original GBA, that was handled with a step-up transformer and a hardware switch, which are not present on the DS.
     
  3. granville

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    They won't fit or play at all. You can play the GBC roms though (and GB) on an emulator called lameboy in slot 1. It plays most games perfectly at full speed. The only games I had some slowdows or glitches in are-

    - Shantae (goes at about 90% speed)
    - Rayman (80% speed with glitches)
    - Rayman 2 (same as 1)
    - Conker's Pocket Tales (didn't really get this to boot at all)

    All other games have worked pretty much perfectly for me.
     
  4. iFish
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    iFish Slower than a 90s modem

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    erg because i just started playing pokemon crystal and wanted to play it on ds well then for responding
     
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    I can personally confirm that Crystal works 100% with no glitches that I've seen on lameboy.
     
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    i'll second that
    currently playing crystal on lameboy 0.12, all went nicely
     
  7. iFish
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    iFish Slower than a 90s modem

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    nah i dont really know how to run homebrew that well just barly and i dont have patience for gbc rom i think i have a site but i have the cartrideg but that sounds ok and if you shave off some ot the plactic the gbc ga,es and fit
     
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    a little off topic:-
    you can get yourself iplayer and use the app developed by darkchen to play GBA games [​IMG]
    haven't read much about it lately [​IMG]
    maybe it would build to support GBC
     
  9. DanTheManMS

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    ...that app doesn't exist (unless he's released it in the past 24 hours without me knowing) and probably never will.
     
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    nah ill jus use my gbc
     
  11. Jakob95

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    Why the hell will you just use your GBC when you could use Lameboy and play the game on it. There are more advantages of playing it on Lameboy then a real Gameboy Color.

    1st: You could see everything because of the DS lites light.
    2nd: You could recharge the batterys of the DS unlike the GBC
    3rd: Bigger Screen
    4th: Save states
    5th: And more.

    Off topic: Elixerdream got 5,065 posts already didn't he have 3000 something like 2 weeks ago?
     
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    +1
     
  13. Jamstruth

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    If you were paying attention he said that he didn't really know anything about running homebrew, therefore he doesn't have a falshcart which he would need to run Lameboy. he was just a casual user who got into his head that the GBC game should be able to fit into the DS as the connectors are the same as the GBA and it fit into that.
     
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    He has a EDGE.
     
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    What kind of person on gbatemp doesnt have a flashcart? He acts like its so hard to spend $10 on something like an acekard or whatever cheap flashcards are out there.
     
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    He confused me by saying that he just barely knows how to run homebrew. My mistake I guess
     
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    I didn't have a flashcard when I joined this site IIRC. And for people as broke as me, it IS hard to spend even $10, and no flashcard is even THAT cheap. Maybe $12 at the least for an AK2.

    And where does the TC say he has an EDGE?
     
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    i do have an edge sorry my mistake didnt mention that i had it beofre i joined this site and im playing it on my gameboy advance sp
     
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    You said before you were going to play it on your Gameboy Color... Nvm that. Why would you want to play it on your Gameboy Advance SP when you could play it on your DS lite? Here are some advantages...
    1st: Better backlight
    2nd: Save states
    3rd: Never loose your saves your save file will die soon if you play it on your SP because the save files only last for 5 years and Pokemon Crystal is like 10 years old already. I wouldn't want to play it on your real Pokemon Crystal game because you could loose your save file.
     
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    Woah woah woah my saves files have lasted longer than that. My Pokemon Red save has got to be at least 10 years since last Christmas. But yeah playing on the DS is better.

    Also to get homebrew on a flashcart, just install it the same as a rom, except there is probably an extra few files needed.