The perfect ScummVM on DS...

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by SpaceJump, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. SpaceJump
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    SpaceJump GBAtemp Psycho!

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    I recently bought a G6Lite and am very happy with it. But it isn't possible to play the big talkie versions of some games like Simon, Beneath a steel sky or Indy 4 because of the 32MB limit. And M3 (mini)SD and SC (mini)SD play big games, but have save issues (when the save is directly written to SD).

    So what device enables you to play these and saves perfect?
    I hear the Movie Player V2 CF version can do it? Anyone knows more?
     
  2. outphase

    outphase Custom title

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    I used the M3CF + M3 miniSD. Both worked great, but SD drivers are a little off so you can read from the SD card, but not write. You must use forcesramsave=true in scummvm.ini for the SD version.
     
  3. zalman

    zalman Advanced Member

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    Only the GBA Movie Player CF and original Supercard CF can work perfectly with filesystem support and no threat of data corruption.
     
  4. Linkiboy

    Linkiboy GBAtemp Testing Area

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    On my supercard miniSD I used forcesramsave=true in scummvm.ini and then "wrote to SD" in a random fiel to back it up.
     
  5. SpaceJump
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    SpaceJump GBAtemp Psycho!

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    And what about the GBA Movie Player V2 CF? I think I heard that it runs perfectly on it too?
     
  6. Nocturno

    Nocturno GBAtemp Fan

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    One question,, I´m using scummvm on a m3 minisd, now I´m starting to get an error while I´m playing monkey island, something like it can´t found and archive,, maybe it got corrupted..

    is it possible to backup the saves?, where does scummvm save by default?
     
  7. Lily

    Lily One Scary Lady

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    Yes, it does.
     
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