supercard rumble and stock carts

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Mar 28, 2007
  1. beefstew
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    Newcomer beefstew Newbie

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    What are the chances that a firmware update will allow the SC rumble to work just like a normal rumble pak, with stock game carts? Also, can homebrew games make use of the official rumble pak?

    One more; do slot 2 carts boot faster than slot 1 carts? Or does it vary on the cart? (Talking flash carts).

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  2. eseyo1

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    Supercard tends to be good about firmware updates. I'm not too familiar with the supercard rumble, but I know that it isn't as compatible or stable as a regular supercard lite. If you look at the gbatemp reviews, the supercard rumble has some definite issues. Also, I have a real nintendo rumble pack, and to be honest, it doesn't really do anything for the quality of the gameplay. It feels like a weak cellphone vibration. I know you already have the sc rumble, but i would recommend getting the supercard lite. I haven't had any problems with it.

    To answer your second question, I think it depends on the type of flashcard you are using as well as the speed of your memory card (if it requires a memory card). My SC lite has very little load time and runs pretty much real time.
     
  3. Godot0102

    Newcomer Godot0102 Advanced Member

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    Each rom has to be patched for the rumble to work Before you begin converting tweak the rumble settings then convert I has an actual ds game but i never tried it with my rumble. I would suggest emailing SC if they can support actual games.

    I would say slot-2, they have added memory and can flush. It also depends on the card if it is a 60x or a 133x speed, taiwan or japan made too.
     

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