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Discussion in 'Supercard' started by Ron, Oct 28, 2010.
I heard of something about savestates to play those. Does anyone want know?
I wouldn't mind knowing.
Anyone know? In need here....
Wait you were asking if anyone knew how to?
Just hit A+B+L+R, that should make it work, but not for the gardens.
I tried that but that doesn't work. Nothing happens. Using NDSGBA 1.30 and EOS 1.08
HELP! I Really want to play this game!!
I'm gonna try downloading a new copy of NDSGBA
try 1.21 (that's the previous one right?)
Why not just play it on your computer using an emulator or go to your local Gamestop and buy it? It's like 10$ nowadays.
Either way there isn't much any of us can do to help you, so till the Supercard team or someone with the SDK fixes it, you just need to sit back and chill.
1. It just isn't the same
2. I have a DSi
Oh well. Team Supercard, please fix this game....
All you do is perform the GBA soft-reset, A+B+Start+Select.
After that, the title screen begins as normal.
Reminder to actually exit the emulator from the menu when you're done playing, simply switching off results in a lost gamesave.
BTW, Super Monkey Ball Jr. Doesn't work either
Sonic Advance is one of those troublesome game that NDSGBA can't play it atm. Will it be fixed? Well cross your finger on that.
So it was A+B+Start+Select Couldn't remember if it was that or the one I posted, so I changed it and was too lazy to check again.
Again, just press A+B+Start+Select on the glitched screen, and you'll be playing it normally.
In fact, it's EXACTLY like pressing A+B+C on the "No Way! No Way! No Way! No Way?" screen.
THANK YOU RupeeClock. Too bad it's incredibly hard to do that
EDIT. Actually it's not that hard when you actually do it...
If I remember correctly, this is the solution:
1. Load the game.
2. Save the game using a save state.
3. Load the save state.
4. Soft-reset (A+B+Start+Select).
If you're going to use the in-game saves instead of savestates, you'll probably need to do this every time you load the game (that includes saving a new savestate every load).