SuperCard Mini SD Flash

Discussion in 'Supercard' started by FamicomLover, Apr 25, 2014.

  1. FamicomLover
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    I had that one and it was not very easy to use. It eventually got to the point where all the menu text became foreign characters and would not go back. But on the good side, Boba Fett is on the picture on the cart. I don't remember if it could play pokemon or not. I kind of fell like it couldn't.
     
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    Oh, alright, back to the search. Thanks you for the reply.
     
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    Would you have a flashcart recommendation formunder $25?
     
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    Are you looking for a DS mode flashcart, or a GBA mode one?
    A DS flashcart can only run GBA games via emulation which isnt the same as running them directly with a GBA flashcart.

    If you want a GBA flashcart then ez-flash IV is the only decent option that's still available, but they're over $25.
    Supercards suffer from slowdown in many games, the ez-flash will run everything as expected (I have a few of them). Neither have a RTC so I believe pokemon games will need to be patched.

    A DSTwo is an option if you have a DS, but the GBA emulator is far from perfect.
    If you have a PSP then gpsp on that is better, but still not perfect so not the same as a true GBA flashcart.