M3 Game Manager 35e released

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Dec 7, 2007

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    M3 Game Manager 35e released
    Game compatibility fixes
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    Here comes the M3 Team with a new update for their Game Manager software, this new version contains the same fixes as the previously released G6 Software update which is mostly game compatibility fixes. As usual, local download below.
    [title:Change-log]Translated English:
    Details:
    1. Resolved "1684 - Simpson 1 (West)," the only safe mode of operation, can now be printed in the normal use of rapid game;
    2. Resolved "1685 - hamsters life 2 (US)" can not be soft reset problem can now use soft reset normal game;
    3. Resolved "1704 - Mario gathering DS (EU)" the only safe mode of operation, can now be printed in the normal use of rapid game;
    4. Resolved "1711 - Lehman crazy rabbit 2 (US)" mode of operation can only security issues, can now be printed in the normal use of rapid game;
    5. Resolved "1716 - Sponge baby toy robot incoming (EU)" the only safe mode of operation, can now be printed in the normal use of rapid game;
    6. Resolved "1718 - Shrek and the donkey monster (Law)" can not be soft reset problem can now use soft reset normal game;
    7. Solve the "1726 - the zoo clinic (the United States)" the only safe mode of operation, can now be printed in the normal use of rapid game;
    8. Resolved "1770 - Shengjie legend (Japan)," the titles animation can not play, can now normal broadcast video format mobiclip all animation;
    9. Update Chinese name database to 1770 and before the game NDS configuration can be automatically read and mandatory use of Chinese name of the game show.
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    Thanks to Destructobot for the news, again!
     

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