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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by shaunj66, Sep 27, 2006.
WTF with the rom size!!! i mean this surley is OVERDUMPED is it not? esp. for a domino's type game...
The rom chip size is included in the DS header (unlike GBA roms) so over/underdumps should be a thing of the past:
A few apps can check, I like NDSTS though: http://www.gbadat.altervista.org/tools.htm
As for this release am I correct to assume this is another mahjong game?
Edit: reworded poorly phrased sentence
Wow, that's one big ass mahjong game indeed. Gonna try it out to see what takes up so much space.
Yup, it is.
Tour the world of Sangoku Musou to play Mah Jong
The DS needs some Akagi Mahjong games to make the handheld uber-manly.
ORLY? If I remember right, there have been quite a few overdumps already...
Not like GBA overdumps at all. The chip capacity, or ROM chip size, is indeed included in the header - doesnt mean it cant be trimmed (just like properly dumped GBA) but you will notice after trimming that the size sometimes is just large enough to require the next largest ROM chip to accomodate it.
OH SHIT OH SHIT MAJAN! ;-; I'd rather play this than Pokemon really. I'ma check it out ... AFTER I get bored of Disgaea 2. lol
anyone got it to work on M3?
Can anyone recommend a website that will teach me to play mahjong? There are so many Mahjong roms across the various platforms I always feel like I'm missing out by not knowing how to play.
you can always start with Wikipedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mahjong
the rules aren't that complicated really, and I think pretty much everything is explained there.
Thanks! I always forget that wikipedia has _everything_ in it!
actually japanese mahjong rules are a little different; try here: http://learnmahjong.brinkster.net/reachmahjong/intro.htm
Frick, I thought it was it Dynasty Warriors
Trim, and Safe mode works
Wow, 100MB even when compressed.
Anyway, works on M3 Safe Mode + Trim ROM.
It's funny how these heroes are battling it out with games of Mahjong
AI hasn't been that hard to beat so far.
The rules are slightly different depending where you play but generally you do the same thing; make melds.
I didn't learn to play until about a month ago when I was trying Gundam Mahjong on the DS and read up about it
yes another mahjong game!!!!!! sweeeeeet... another way of training myself for the Japan Mahjong Cup ;
im still playing WiFi Taiou: Yakuman and already ranked 7th playing as Luigi in the single ranking game.
no wonder its 1Mbit, there are many audio files for each character