Looking for Flash Cart

Discussion in 'GBA - Flashing Hardware and Software' started by Belmont1987, Feb 20, 2009.

  1. Belmont1987
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    I'm looking for a low priced affordable Flash Cart that runs Gameboy Advance games on an unflashed DS Lite. I don't have DS 2 slot flash cart and I'm on a budget. If anyone can help me find something I'd really appreciate it.
     
  2. blanco613

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    well you kinda need a slot 2 expansion to play gba roms (such as the ez flas 3 in 1) but once you have that you can use the ds homebrew app gbaxploder to play gba roms on pretty much any popular flash card

    i personally have a cyclods evolution which is probobly the best flassh card out there and you can even run gba roms right off your sd card without using gbaxploder (but you still need the slot 2 expansion)
     
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  4. Belmont1987
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    Ok thanks. I'll look into both of those.
     
  5. unknownworlder

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    I thought the SuperCard had low ram. Your better off with the EZ Flash IV or the Elink.
     
  6. kai445

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    He said he was on a low budget, I pieced together two moderate choices that are on the inexpensive side.
     
  7. unknownworlder

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    Oh, I guess I didn't see that. But still, the Elink could be a pretty good deal for playing slot two games. But I doubt you can play homebrew.

    Even so, nice job.
     
  8. DanTheManMS

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    The Supercard has 32 MB of RAM, which is the max size of any GBA game. You're thinking of the fact that it has slow RAM so you'll get slowdowns in some games.