1. wizra

    OP wizra GBAtemp Regular
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    what is the best flashcart to get for gba micro? And from where?

    Price doesn’t matter, but my efforts in googling have shown a lot of outdated pages with no stock.
    Please help
    TIA
     
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    Check for EZ-Flash Omega on Ebay :)
     
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    saving, rtc, it's a great cart.

    you probably won't find anything specifically saying that it works on the gb micro because, similarly, they won't say it works specifically on gba sp. there's no need to.
    it works on all gba devices, so dslite, gb player etc.
     
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    Thanks very much for the replies. Hopefully this thread will be of use to future googlers!
     
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    for me, just the fact that the everdrive sticks out turned me off of it.
    i would have thought that because it is more expensive, it should be able to fit in a normal shell...
    if you cannot live with the fact you need to wait a few seconds after saving before turning the gba off - if that is unacceptable to you, get the everdrive. because in that respect it's perfect.

    and i almost forgot, the ezflash omega is open source i think, so that is cool because technically anyone can work on it.
     
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    I'm used to playing original GB games on my SP, so the sticking-out didn't really bother me.

    I don't really remember the EZFlash omega being an option when I bought my Everdrive. At that time, I remember everyone was saying that the ED was the first "good" GBA flash cart since the EZFlash IV, which was outdated and hard to find at that time. I might have bought it if I would had known about it. However, I am really impressed at the professionalism and usability of my Everdrive, and will probably buy from Krikzz in the future if I need another flash cart. I'm happy to pay a premium for a product that "just works."
     
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    I ended up getting EZ Flash Omega, cost me $75 AUD, free shipping. Using a 4gb micro card, it holds top 250 games, with still half the space available.
     
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