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Discussion in 'Other Consoles & Oldies' started by ShinyJellicent12, Jul 25, 2011.
I miss them. They were appealing to me in my childhood. I had three, but now I have one:
Why emulate something you can buy anytime you want?
Search the web - it's a mysterious place!
Umm... I'm 11
My parents don't get stuff from the Internet.
These systems are usually either NES or Genesis on-a-chip systems. You can get NES and Genesis emulators for most modern platforms, you just need to find out if anyone has dumped those games.
Security through obscurity - even if the ROM is compatible, it'd take J-Tagging the hell out of the console to "get it out". I doubt he'll find ROM images for these "exclusive" games.
I tried to find it, but I didn't ()
I've been looking for a patch for a 'panda' version of super mario bros that I had on a nes-on-a-chip console a few years ago, it was a brilliant hack, the levels were the same I think, but the music and gfx were all changed, very good quality also. But I digress, it will indeed be insanely difficult to get the roms out of one of those systems.
I have a plug-and-play DDR.
It's called Pandamar. Search it on google, and you'll find it.
It's a ROM, though, not a patch.
Good God I hated those, I wasn't too young when they were released, but I still remember thinking they were over-milked pieces of garbage that polluted the television with their commercials.
I have a wireless Ms Pac Man one. it's got tons of great old school games but at the time I had no main console. I have no use for it now since I just play on Wii, DS, GBA, etc.
I REALLY WANT TO GET THAT GAME!!! (Patrick and the Maze)
I WANT IT SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO BAD!!!
YES I WANT IT THAT BAD
Wait: I accidentally quoted Schlupi's post. I don't want the Ms. Pacman thing (Although, it seems cool)
Ok... should I say I want it?
I'm just not interested in having that specific console.