New SNES/SFC flash cart form SwapMagic 3

Discussion in 'Other Consoles & Oldies' started by superufo, Feb 22, 2012.

  1. superufo
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    SuperUFO Pro 8

    Rom Emulator Cartridge for SNES / SFC Console . It allows you to play your favourite backup game on your SNES console via Pro 8.
    Besides the game cartridge emulation function, it has more features as below :
    1. Game Cartridge emulator
    2. Game save function
    3. Real-time game save function. ( infinitive continue )
    4. Firmware flash rom ( firmware updatable )
    5. Memory card support SD, HC-SD, TF and MMC(FAT 32, 16, 12 File System)
    6. USB 2.0 support for files transfer
    7. Cheat code function ( Thousands of cheat codes build-in )
    8. Multi game files format support ( UFO , 078, SMC, FIG and Bin )
    9. Regional Protection Patch function ( auto patch and play ) : allows you to play
    imported games from different country
    10. Original game cartridge back up function. ( backup your existing game cartridge ,
    you can borrow the cart from your friends or rent it from store )
    11. Buildin Multi Region CIC Chip Support any Regional SNES/SFC Console

    For more details on the product.
    http://www.swapmagic3.com/superufopro8/content.asp?id=1
     
  2. the_randomizer

    the_randomizer The Temp's official fox whisperer

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    Here's hoping games with special chips (Cx4, S-DD1, SuperFX/SuperFX2, DSP, etc) work.
     
  3. kupo3000

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    From the Superufo Pro8 manual:
    Game Cart Special Chip Support: BSX, C4, DSP, SA1, SPC7110, Super FX (With Game Cart On Top) :blink:
     
  4. the_randomizer

    the_randomizer The Temp's official fox whisperer

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    BSX?! Very few emulators have support for that, but for a flash cart to support that kind of ROM is rare. And those other chips....looks like one heck of a flash cart.
     
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  5. garyr85

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    I'm torn between buying one of these or the Super Everdrive. Anyone have any insights as to which the better card is?? i.e compatibility, extra features ect,ect...
     
  6. NortenoDelSur

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    So... somebody buy one of this?
     
  7. Evilengine

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    afaik this is out for a while so not new. afaik sd2snes has a higher compatibility (also is the best snes flashlinker afaik) at a much higher price, this one supports some chips when you have an original game with that chip, that arent supported by sd2snes (superfx mainly). there are a few reviews of both flashlinkers out there.
     
  8. reprep

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    this flash cart doesn't support superfx in anyway. it only supports dsp chip if a game with a dsp is plugged on top of it. sd2snes already has that chip supported.
     
  9. Evilengine

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