Scored Rare Bung GBC Flash Cart. - Mr. flash 64M

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Some of you who remember me may know that I collect rare flash carts mostly for handhelds. Today I snagged the Mr. flash 64M by legendary flash cart maker Bung. This is a Gameboy Color flash cart with multi save function! I know how rare these are(trust me I've scoured the net for them) so I'm pleased to add it to my collection!

Below is a video and the said cart courtesy if eBay

http://pages.ebay.com/link/?nav=item.view&id=271251456062&globalID=EBAY-US



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I also snagged one of the original GBA flash cards to hit the market, a flash2advance with printer port linker! Incidentally also made by Bung, in fact it was their last Nintendo flash cart though sold under the company name Visoly.

http://pages.ebay.com/link/?nav=item.view&id=271251460785&globalID=EBAY-US


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Granted I do not tend to have the best watchlists for older flash carts but you always seem to get the nice stuff. Have you had much joy with facebook? We have had several people in various support forums/IRC channels that pick things up there from various gaming groups for little more than the lint in their pockets.
 

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Granted I do not tend to have the best watchlists for older flash carts but you always seem to get the nice stuff. Have you had much joy with facebook? We have had several people in various support forums/IRC channels that pick things up there from various gaming groups for little more than the lint in their pockets.


I've never thought of using Facebook, my dream os to build a rather large flash cart collection to then sell to other passionate collectors,
 
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Haha, didn't think there are people happy to find that old crap. ;) Just sold of mine a couple of months ago because it's unusable without parallel port. Also had a Netmars e-Merger (only GBC flash cart with RTC) and a Smartboy cartridge for Profighter X (the pics at Pocketheaven Wiki, if it still exists, are mine).

Tell me if you need anything, best tool for multicarts for the X-Changer was DGBMax, it could truncate ROMs better than the original Bung tools so you could fit more games on a cartridge. And it can colorize mono GB games (only one palette, worse than SGB, but it was quite interesting).

Lot's of GBC tools and info: http://subport.org/gbc/
 

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Haha, didn't think there are people happy to find that old crap. ;) Just sold of mine a couple of months ago because it's unusable without parallel port. Also had a Netmars e-Merger (only GBC flash cart with RTC) and a Smartboy cartridge for Profighter X (the pics at Pocketheaven Wiki, if it still exists, are mine).

Tell me if you need anything, best tool for multicarts for the X-Changer was DGBMax, it could truncate ROMs better than the original Bung tools so you could fit more games on a cartridge. And it can colorize mono GB games (only one palette, worse than SGB, but it was quite interesting).

Lot's of GBC tools and info: http://subport.org/gbc/

Thanks for the resources enarky!
 

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