Semi strange question.

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  1. Pyro2Z
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    So I have my DS-X, and I love it. It's freaking sweet no doubt, but I really am missing out on my GBA port... all that's there is a dust cover (Ds Lite, obviously).

    So, I decided I want a DS flash cart for my GBA roms, but I need it to sit flush in a Lite. The problem? I'm looking for one that specifically does JUST GBA, so it would, hopefully, be reasonably priced. does such a card exist? If not, what are my alternatives? Thanks alot guys.
     
  2. OSW

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    well, i think that most gba only flashcarts have a large casing (ie. not flush) ie ez3. ez4 is fairly well priced and good gba compat, but not exclusively gba and also not quite flush (1-2mm).

    i think i have heard of a company releasing (or was going to) one that meets ur needs, but i can't remember the brand. i'm trying to remember now, ans checking the net. i will probably update my post shortly when i figure it out if i can.
     
  3. phoood

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    ewin2? (it's not flush w/ the lite)

    the supercard lite does gba too, but it sucks. I have one, and it's not worth it for gba games.

    what about the g6? I dont have one, so I guess you can check the reviews (the link is at the top)
     
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    yeah i think i was thinking of a new ewin card thats flush, maybe it hasn't been released yet....
     
  5. Veho

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    GBA support is the reason those cards are so expensive. And since all GBA cards also support NDS ROMs, there is no such thing as a "GBA-only card".

    I would suggest the EZFlash4 Lite Deluxe. It's relatively cheap, and has 100% GBA support with no lag.
     
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    No it's not the same thing. The EZ4-Compact, M3 Pro and Supercard Rumble carts (lite and standard size) cannot play GBA roms. Even though the cartridge looks like a GBA one they've taken the support out so it only runs DS software, which is why they're cheaper.

    [Edit] Sorry, the sale site claims it'll only play GBA roms up to 64mbit (8MB), which means it'll play some GBA games but not others. I think.
     
  8. Smuff

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    Actually, just to confuse matters, the EZ4Lite Compact WILL now run GBA code (since the latest update) but only up to a certain size of rom IIRC.
    Not sure how good/successful it may be, as I just don't have any time for GBA personally.
    Check out the English language EZFlash forums at sosuke or the EZFlash wiki (gooooooooglit).
     
  9. Veho

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    This one will only run GBA ROMs up to 8 MB in size. GBA ROMs are up to 32 MB in size, meaning this card won't support half of them. The better half [​IMG]
     
  10. Pyro2Z
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    Well that settles that. But is it flush, or was that other guy correct when he says it sticks out?
     
  11. dodgybarnet

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    Two words: "M3 Lite"

    It's flush. color matching. plays everything. like EVERYTHING. it's like 79 bucks but think of all you save by playing those naughty 'backups' instead of buying real stuff.

    www.m3adapter.com or see www.playasia.com