Ninjapass Saving guide

Discussion in 'NDS - Flashcarts and Accessories' started by animeworld, Aug 22, 2006.

  1. animeworld

    animeworld Newbie

    Aug 21, 2006
    I don't know if the DS Flash Version needs to do this, but the Junior Version does.

    1. To know what save type you want go search for in somewhere like

    2. Now that you know the save type of the game select it for your game.
    Do Not Add More Than 1 Game
    Do Not Tick "No Menu Mode"

    3. Now Burn it to the Card (Approx 20mins.)

    4. Insert it in the DS press any key and select the game
    It Should Say Something about the save mode. if your game is 2Mbit Flash, then the card will change to 2Mbit Flash and you can now throw any game with 2Mbit Flash and It should save nicely.

    5. This is the most important if you want to play the game after power goes off, (for me it doesnt load the second time it boots up with the menu mode)

    6. So, this time burn any game that the save type is equivulent to the one before (preferbly the same game).
    Tick "No Menu Mode"

    7. Now you can play the game as much as you want and will be able to save.
  2. Takeshi

    Takeshi GBAtemp Addict

    Jun 1, 2004
  3. go185

    go185 GBAtemp Regular

    Jun 18, 2006
    I got a junior, and i am able to use multiple saves on mine without problem (and i dont need to do that "trick")

    I currently have Brain Age (2M Flash save file) and Castlevania (64k EEPROM save file) with ripped video and audio, and both work fine (and save properly too)
  4. animeworld

    animeworld Newbie

    Aug 21, 2006
  5. Spelvin

    Spelvin Newbie

    Aug 16, 2006
    Same here, I've had to look up a couple roms butno big deal.
    Question: Do you have both castlevania AND brainage in there at once? I know that there are some combinations of games you can put onto the NinjaPass Jr. and be able to play them all with no problems, but I havn't been able to figure any new ones out. The ninjapass guys make it sound like its only guaranteed to run one rom per burn, maybe we should start up a list of what roms don't work well with others?
  6. bullet007

    bullet007 GBAtemp Regular

    May 22, 2006
    These are the games I have on mine in list form from top to bottom:

    Brain Age- works fine
    Top Gun- works fine
    Castlevania RIP- works fine
    Sudoku gridmaster- starts, but gets stuck at white screen
    sudoku mania- freezes at "Loading Rom...."