Is there a Zelda: Oracle of Ages/Seasons hack that combines them?

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So, I want to play the Zelda: Oracle games on my SuperCard DSTwo, and I understand on the GBC there's a special "true" ending if you beat one game, link it to the other with a game link cable, and then beat the second game. Of course, this isn't really possible on a DS via Lameboy emulator with the SuperCard. So, is there a hack of the ROM that combines both games into one ROM, or some other fashion so as to get the "true" ending without a link cable?
 

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find a save file with the linked content is the only way i can think this is possible
Grr. Oh well. Thanks for answering my question, though. :) I'm really surprised no one has made a hack of that...

lol i own both origional carts, and have played both through, quite a few years ago, when i couldnt read that much
didnt know i could do this

learn something every day
 

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lol i own both origional carts, and have played both through, quite a few years ago, when i couldnt read that much
didnt know i could do this

learn something every day
I did some more research, and apparently you can link using special passwords instead of a link cable... so I can do this via emulator after all! :)
 

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lol i own both origional carts, and have played both through, quite a few years ago, when i couldnt read that much
didnt know i could do this

learn something every day
I did some more research, and apparently you can link using special passwords instead of a link cable... so I can do this via emulator after all! :)

oh thats cool

lol solved it yourself but im not sure how many people know of this linked game
 

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lol i own both origional carts, and have played both through, quite a few years ago, when i couldnt read that much
didnt know i could do this

learn something every day
I did some more research, and apparently you can link using special passwords instead of a link cable... so I can do this via emulator after all! :)

oh thats cool

lol solved it yourself but im not sure how many people know of this linked game
i think everyone who's played the oracle games knows. i mean, you get the option to transfer clear data (and rings) via link cable, but everything can be done via passwords.

i've beaten both games numerous times via emulator this way.
 
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Sorry for bumping such an old thread but just to be absolutely clear:
I won't miss anything if I start to play AGES, complete it, get a password, enter that in SEASONS and complete it as well, correct?
 

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