Supercard (slot 2) Client v2.67 Released

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Supercard (slot 2) Client v2.67 Released
Fixes Trauma Center 2, Daigasso, others
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The Supercard Team has released version 2.67 of the Supercard client for their full range of slot 2 flashcarts.

Changelog said:
1. Fixed: #2253 and #2421 cant work
2. Fixed: some games which likes #2392 cant work
3. Fixed: the save size of #2385 fixed into 64Mbits
Important: Please backup the save files before upgrading.

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Thanks go to sidneyyoung for the news.
 

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The Supercard Team's support of its older products really sets it apart from the other flashcart teams. I'm glad I have an SCDS1 on its way to me, because I'm confident they will continue supporting it as long as they are in business and the systems it runs on are current.

Supporting your older products FTW indeed.
 

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This is excellent news.
Besides the fact that I still have and sometime use an SCsd, I'm really impressed by the serious commitment of the SC team.
I should have sticked with a slot 1 SC product instead of getting a G6real 16Gb, which even though it's a good card, sometimes I wish they' d do more work on the menu and do something to speed it up.
Too bad my SCsd is so much bigger than the DSlite, otherwise I might just use that as my primary card, at least the menu pops up almost instantly, and right into the game list, and it's so simple that you certainly don't waste time looking at it instead of booting a game.........
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I for one and still just happy they added DS support to their GBA products, and much earlier than most I might add. I, thus, am never surprised by their dedication to keep old products viable - but my gratitude was earned years ago.
 

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Heh, I'm still on 1.70. I don't use the slot2 for DS games, only GBA and emu's.

I would imagine there is no point to upgrading it for the 600+ games I already have in it. Correct?
 

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The Supercard team are great. I purchased my SCSD years ago and not only have they added DS support they continually upgrade it when it needs it. (trauma centre etc)

I'll hopefully be receiving my SC1 tomorrow
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Supercard love to all!!
 
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