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Discussion in 'NDS - Flashcarts and Accessories' started by DSFan08, May 17, 2009.

  1. DSFan08
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    Simplest
    Easiest
    And certainly most friendliest User Interface flashcart that can take a game like the Pokemon series and allow you to do simple things like cloning or checking Pokemon for Pokesav?

    Also being a fairly cheap price doesn't hurt either.
     
  2. Isabelyes

    Isabelyes GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    err... the cyclods is simple, easy, and has an user-friendly interface.
    AFAIK you've got codes for cloning etc.

    only downside is that the cyclods is the most expensive flashcard, but it's totally worth the money
     
  3. elixirdream

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    Since you are talking about cheats and game compatibility i would recommend ak2
    ak2 is cheap and using AKAIO is the no brainer combo:)
    furthermore, i would say AKAIO got the best CHEAT ENGINE of all flash card [​IMG]
     
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    I myself use an M3 Real for many reasons *cough* sakura *cough*. Though it is a medium priced flashcart. Since you said cheap I would recommend the AK2 its one of the best among M3 and Cyclo and is cheap. Though if you just want a dirt cheap flash cart then go for an EDGE or DSTT/TTDS (Seriously what is with that damn name) which are what I consider flashcarts for the casual gamer. What ever you do, do not get an R4 Gold, R4 Upgrade or whatever R4 clone it is. I repeat don't ever and I mean ever get an R4 clone.
     
  5. DSFan08
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    And exactly how does the cheat engine work? Does it use AR codes? Or does it require a certain code manager?
     
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    They are AR codes which Narin has compiled into a cheat.dat which is usually placed in the SYSTEM folder for most flashcarts. The cheats are included with the latest firmwares, though it's always good to head on over to the NEW cheat database thread maintained by Narin [​IMG] , to get the latest in cheating updates.
     
  7. mrfatso

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    and codes are mainly those bunch of numbers and letter like line thing like

    22123456 12345678 or something like now what they meant by code compability is something like this
    for example, 32123456 12345678
     
  8. elixirdream

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    DSFan08,
    my friends aboved had explain to you [​IMG]
    this is where you can get the cheats -> cheats.gbatemp.net
    by the way... pokesav is a program that allows you to edit your pokemon save game [​IMG]

    Yes, please do stay away any card name r4 [​IMG]
     
  9. DSFan08
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    I was just making sure it wasn't different from what the R4 used to use. Do I just drag and drop like the R4? The codes and such?
     
  10. PettingZoo

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    Yeah just drag and drop which ever file it is (Usually cheat.dat) in to the flashcarts certain folder (Usually SYSTEM -> cheats) then you're done [​IMG].
     
  11. Maz7006

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    Get a EDGE, CHEAP!, simple, and most definately easy to use, i got one for my 9 year old brother he updates it himself, puts the games he wants. It really is as simple as well lets see, falling asleep? [​IMG]