Legendary Mr. Flash 64M(GBC) ebay score!

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May 9, 2012
  1. DigitalDeviant
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    I got a couple of Visoly Mr. Flash cards from the buy/sell/trade forum here. Great carts.
     
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    Its interesting to note that Visoly was actually Bung in disguise. They changed their name to avoid legal issues with Nintendo. In fact Visoly as you may know created the flash2advance gba cartridge so technically its a bung cart as well!

    note: finding a mr. flash 64M at this price is hard indeed.
     
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    Indeed. The flashers for Dr. GB, Mr. Flash, Pocket Linker, and Flash2Advance carts have the exact same shell.
     
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    Yeah Bung Enterprises is truly Legendary! They even made a couple N64 backup devices one of which I have, the V64 Jr 512MB!
     
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    It's too bad that most of what they made (everything?) requires Windows XP and a parallel port.
     
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    Sigh, I despise people who outbid at the last second, complete douchebags in my opinion.
     
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    I just use a snipping program, I snipped a bunch of auctions but also got snipped myself on a few items so I just use the program now
     
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    Wait, how the hell did you find a flash cart on eBay, of all places?!
    Warning: Spoilers inside!

    And I think (hope?) that gun comment was a joke. Not that I'm shocked to see both of you bidding on it. Hehe, it's a small world.
     
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    Lol look who doesn't have a life your stalking my posts...look I can tell your pissed over an object.
    Collecting Flash cards are a hobby of mine not my life you clearly can't let this go and I pity you
    for it, tisk tisk, maybe you clearly didn't deserve to win(threatening me with a firearm?), your so mean spirited,
    again all over a video game device.
     
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    Put this into eBay: flash snes -flashback -"flash back" -tetris -justice
    I guess you have to be really patient or have tons of cash. :/

    And you guys should maintain a sense of humor about this. Here's something that will hopefully help.
     
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    You can find it if you know where to look ;)
     
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    DigitalDeviant you are a freak! Do you make love to them too?
     
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    Yeah but on eBay. It's like finding legitimate used CDs at a flea market. It happens but it's almost unheard of.

    And you have admit that that Joker picture just about killed most of the people that saw it and got the reference.

    BTW: If you're wanting programmable carts to actually use, I know where to get some EPROMs or Flash ROMs. I'm wanting to try one with a super capacitor and 8MB (64Mb=same as the Mr. Flash 64M) SRAM one of these days... Or even just 1-2MB and use a $2 microcontroller to load it off of a cheap SD card.
     
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    Lol thanks for the pic. It would be funny if jimmyemunoz didn't insist on being so serious and childish.
     
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    Holy crap, great find man! Congrats on your purchase. =D

    I have one also, it's amazing and tons of fun. Enjoy it friend!
     
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    Thanks Schlupi your not mean spirited, some people here are so childish and
    Hold grudges with strangers :/
     
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    eBay search that found some interesting stuff: flash develop* -adobe -mobi* -macromedia -guide -android -"Flash 5" -web -ajax -ios -filter* -paul -"real-world" -ravens* -agile -feron -baby -light*
    It even has some of the NOR Flash in a pre-soldered form for those that want to use it that way. I prefer specific chips since I know how to solder. ;) Although you have to admit that this 128Mb board is pretty much as cheap as you're going to get for NOR Flash.

    I have so far found Gameboy (Advanced) and SNES Flash carts. And of course they're way overpriced.
     
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    http://www.micron.com/products/nor-flash/parallel-nor-flash/parallel-nor-flash-part-catalog#?&236=9&218=4 Meh, I'm now looking at Flash specs. And the level of maturity in this topic is... It's like a political convention. :D
     
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