Wait so i can only have 1 save at a time?

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Aug 24, 2006
  1. misticknight
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    *yes i know i've been asking alot of n00bish questions lately but* i ordered my SCL about a week ago (the bloody thing still hasnt arrived)and was reading a FAQ today and it said you can only have 1 save at a time? Sure it was for the old SD version but i'm still worried incase its the same for SCL, and by one save at a time do they mean 1 save for each game (whic his allrite i spose)or one save final so i can only polay like one gmae at at time.
     
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    No you can play more then one game at a time.
     
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    yes but can i SAVE more than one game at a time cause if i cant then i basically can only play one game then when i finish that, play the next (i dont really mind for adventure games but what if i have a game with unlocked characters then i have to delete that file when say i want to play Mario and Luigi for example.)
     
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    Yes you can silly.
     
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    oh ok LOL. well it must have been only for the SD version....that or the guy was wrong (but there was comments for his faq and noone brought it up so i assumed it might be right). phew, that takes a load off. thanks man.
     
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    The Supercard's saving system reigns SUPREME to all others in the NDS flashcard scene.

    M3 & G6 lite's "Keep caort in!!111" can go to hell.
     
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    Yeah Supercard saving is pretty unique since it has no battery (except for the MiniSD version, do they even use the battery in that one?) which is what both the M3 and G6 uses hence the extra step to save the info back to the coresponding file
     
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    You need the SuperCard save manager!

    http://scdev.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=3761

    Enjoy,

    FifthE1ement [​IMG]
     
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    do i need this for the Supercard Lite? are you sure i cant just save multiple files without this program?
     
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    You need this for the SuperCard Lite if you want multiple saves without haveing to have the same ROM on your memory over and over with different names or in different folders.

    FifthE1ement [​IMG]
     
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    oh so this allows you to have multiple save files for the same rom? so without this i can only have 1 save for each rom? (sorry if i'm asking to many questions btw, i just wanna make sense of this so everything can run perfect when i get the SCL).
     
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    Without save manager, one save per ROM, but you can load more ROMs on with different names but it takes up space.

    With save manager up to 9 saves on one ROM saving loads of memory space.

    FifthE1ement [​IMG]
     
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    awesome thanks for the link FifthE1ement you are the man [​IMG]
     
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    hot damn i love this site. great post 5th'!! i've been hoping for something like this and now with SRT:OG out i can play both paths at once and save away with no worries. props to the developer also!!!
     
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    Yeah you Supercard users should bookmark SCDev.org.. they actually do all the helping where people just link from here..

    Lots of guides there to make your SC experience better..
     
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    G6 Lite you dont have to back up the saves. You have the option to back them up if you want to, but its not required.

    From what I understand this is a change from the original G6 where you had to turn off the system and then restart it to save a game. This is not needed in the G6 lite.
     
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    Agreed. the G6Lite is seemless with saves. You just play and it works in the background. the ONLY potential problem would be if the battery died because then you would be stuck with the last time you saved on the game and loose any progress you made when the battery died, but with the fact that the USB writer also charges the battery (and some say playing the DS also charges it but I don't know), the chances of the battery dying anytime soon is slim. [​IMG]
     

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