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3DO:

  • 3DO IDE Adapter: A device has been created to replace the CD-ROM of the 3DO with a hard drive. A 120 GB hard drive is the max for this device. This device is being sold out of Russia, and so far there hasn't been a great way to buy these in the US at least.

Action Max:

  • DISCONTINUED: A standard edition Action Max Collection DVD is now being produced with all 5 action max games. You can purchase it through this AA Marketplace thread.
  • DISCONTINUED: Action Max Collection Epic Fail Edition: Funnily enough there was a dvd released with all 5 action max games on it. Only 20 were produced.

Arcade:

  • IN PROGRESS: openJAMMA is the flash cart for your arcade? That's right, it's an open source JAMMA board with USB, Ethernet, wifi (w/usb wifi adapter), SD Card, and SATA ports on it. It also has video out, VGA, HDMI, and audio outputs. It doesn't run MAME right out of the package, but you can install it yourself. It's basically a MAME pc replacement that is projected to be under $100. Personally, I want to see a giant arcade cabinet with an SD slot on the side:D
  • ArcadeSD PCB Currently supports 70+ vertical and 40+ horizontal games and does not seem to have been updated for some time to support more. More info can be found in the manual: http://www.gamma-arc...SD/ArcadeSD.pdf

Arcadia 2001:

  • Arcadia 2001 Multicart: An AA member has made this dip-switch multicart which includes all of the standard games and more. Previous multicarts have been very limited runs, but from what I've read, it sounds like multiple runs are a definite possibility.
  • DISCONTINUED: Ward Shrake's Arcadia 2001 multicart.

Astrocade:

  • DISCONTINUED: Gambit's UltiMulti Version 2.0.0 is currently available.  Here is the extensive game list for an older version of the cart, and here are the updates for version 2.0.0. You can order by emailing Kenn Lill, kenzre@yahoo.com. You can also contact him on the Bally Alley Yahoo Group. Thanks TMOSteel for the info!
  • DISCONTINUED: Ward Shrake's multicart and the 8-bit domain multicarts were all dip-switch multicarts for the Astrocade.

Atari 2600:

  • Harmony Cartridge: SD flash cart able to play any game 32KB or smaller (one original and some homebrews are >32KB.
  • DISCONTINUED: Cuttle Cart: a multicart for the 2600. The user needs an audio source like a CD player or computer (think Supercharger).
  • DISCONTINUED - Krokodile Cart: It is a writable multicart that will play most 2600 games without the need for an audio source.

Atari 5200:

  • Atarimax Ultimate SD Multicart for Atari 5200: A SD Flash cart that can play the entire library(?) including Bounty Bob Strikes Back and MULE. Also included on the SD card are some Atari 8-bit comp conversions.
  • OBSOLETE: Atarimax has a USB flash cart that will hold 128 games.
  • DISCONTINUED: A52 MaxiCart: A USB Flash cart that can hold one game at a time. It has 32K which is enough for all of the commercial games besides Bounty Bob Strikes Back.
  • DISCONTINUED: Atarimax, 8-Bit Domain, and Sean Kelly all had dip-switch multicarts.

Atari 7800:

  • IN PROGRESS: Harmony 2: SD Flash cart that should be a lot easier to use than the CC2.
  • DISCONTINUED: Ah, the Cuttle Cart 2, an excellent mmc-based flash cart for now, but others will be coming shortly hopefully.

Channel F:

  • Fairchild Multicart A menu-driven multicart which obtains all of the original games and a demo of the homebrew, Pacman. It may take a while to receive the cart, but the sooner you get your order in, the sooner it will come.

Colecovision:

  • Atarimax Colecovision Ultimate SD Multicart: SD Flash cart which will play the entire library. Also included on the SD card are a couple homebrews: Mario Bros and Mr. Chin by Jean-Francois Dupuis.
  • OBSOLETE: Atarimax has a USB flash cart that will hold 128 games. Very easy to use, believe it works with any game. You can use this cart with the Coleco Adam as well.

Creativision:

  • DISCONTINUED: Creativision Multicart: a non-writeable dip switch cart that has been sold out for some time, there was a lot of love put into this one.

Dreamcast:

  • GD-Emu: A working prototype of an SD-based GD-ROM emulator has been created. The device has a high compatibility rate, but currently does not have a menu. You can wire up buttons to switch between games or just play the first rom on the SD card. Please also note that this device is only compatible with VA1 model dreamcasts from all regions.
  • IN PROGRESS: DCIO: It's been stated in multiple places that the team working on the PSIO for PS1 is also working on a DCIO for the dreamcast. The progress is posted in this thread at assembler games, along with discussion about the other GD-ROM emulators in the works: Assembler Games thread
  • Dreamcast SD Cards: Click here and scroll down to the Q&A in the fourth post for some information. Easiest and safest way to obtain one is probably through Ebay. Please don't follow the instructions on purchasing one in the first post. Basically this allows you to play homebrew and certain commercial games through the Serial port on the Dreamcast. Compatibility is not the best, but it's currently being worked on.

Game Boy:

  • Drag'n'Derp flash cart is an updated cart mainly intended for music. It is a driverless microUSB cart which means you can drag and drop files from Windows, Mac, or Linux. The downside is you can only use 1 game and 1 save file, and it's pricey in comparison to other carts.
  • There are a number of usb flash carts that have a rather small capacity and are mostly meant to be used with LSDJ I believe. Currently, the most popular/most available cart is the EMS Smart Card 64mb. The EMS cart allows for multiple game, but only 1 save file.
  • DISCONTINUED: Various flash carts are available with the most famous being Bung's GB Xchanger. You can also use the Flash2Advance cards with GB Bridge.

Game Gear:

  • Everdrive GG: Micro SD Flash cart that will play Game Gear and Master System Games. One reviewer claimed it had near 100% compatibility. You can use up to 2GB Micro SD cards.
  • DISCONTINUED: GG Pro 32M: A 32Mb parallel flash card from the old tototek line. Supports Game Gear and Master System games.

Genesis:

  • Mega Everdrive: A very powerful flash cart released by Krikzz which boasts many more features than the Everdrive-MD. It has both SD and Micro SD card slots. It will load roms up to 80 Mb within 1 to 2 seconds (much faster than the Everdrive-MD). It also has Built-in .wav playback and snapshot saves. Possible future capabilities to play 2 player games over the internet (with modified ROMS).
  • NEO Myth MD 3-in-1: Purchase here/Forums here: Supports most Genesis and 32X games. Support Master System Games and can output FM Sound. Can load SEGA CD BIOS from cart and can use as a SEGA CD RAM cart. Essentially, this cart took the capabilities of both tototek flash carts (described below) and gave it SD card capabilities. Requires a NEO2-SD or similar Nintendo DS flash cart. Requires a NEO2-SD or similar NEO2 NDS flash cart.
  • Everdrive-MD: Supports most Genesis and 32X games, Virtua Racing definitely does not work though. Supports Master System games. Will load SEGA CD BIOS from cart. Does NOT have SEGA CD RAM cart capabilities or FM Support for SMS games.
  • DISCONTINUED: MD Pro 64M: A 64Mb Parallel flash cart from the old tototek line. Supports 32X but only for your region. The MegaCart is a parallel flash cart that is also a part of the old tototek line (and Evermind's). It can be used as a smaller flash cart, but it can also be used as a SEGA CD BIOS loader and SEGA CD RAM cart.

Intellivision:

  • DISCONTINUED: Cuttle Cart 3: Micro SD Flash cart by Chad Schell for all of your intellivision needs.
  • DISCONTINUED: Chad Schell's Intellicart, games had to be loaded from your pc via a serial cable one-by-one.

Jaguar:

  • DISCONTINUED: Skunkboard: a USB Flash cart that allows you to load one game at a time. This product has gone through a couple revisions, but Rev 2 and 3 have 8mb of flash memory available. You can read about the difficulties with creating the last batch through the link, but there may be a few Skunkboards available once they are produced. The rumor is that this will be the last batch of Skunkboards made.
  • DISCONTINUED: There exists a jaguar flash cart that was used by devs back in the jaguar days. Apparently the software is a little poor since it's not a commercial release. They can hold one game at a time and can be a little pricey.
  • VAPORWARE: The JagCF from jagware is both a flash cart and an expansion hardware for the Atari Jaguar. There have been many heated debates between homebrew devs, jagware, and "pirates" about whether or not to include the ability to play commercial games on the JagCF.

Lynx:

  • IN PROGRESS: Lynx Xcart (French): This is a microSD flash cart for the Lynx. From what I can tell, a prototype was made, possibly shown at an event, but it hasn't reached production yet.
  • IN PROGRESS: Lynx Flash Masta cart is currently being worked on. If you follow the link, you will see a prototype playing an actual lynx game.
  • Lynx Multicart: An AA member has created a USB Flash cart that holds one game at a time, but it will handle all game sizes up to and including 512kb. (To order PM Lynxman)

Master System:

  • NEO SEGA MKIII Myth flash cart: Purchase here/Forums are here. Supports up to 16Mb roms. Has an FM chip on board, so you can hook up the audio cables to the cart and out to a stereo. Requires a NEO2-SD or similar NEO2 NDS flash cart.
  • Master Everdrive: Supports up to 8Mb roms (not sure if any commercial games were larger than this). Does not have FM chip support. You can use up to 2GB SD cards.
  • DISCONTINUED: SMS Pro 32M: A 32M Parallel flash cart from the old tototek line. Works on a mega drive with an adapter like this.

M-1000/MP-1000:

  • IN PROGRESS: APF MP-1000 SD Cart: I was surprised to find that a APF yahoo group member has created an APF MP-1000 SD flash cart. They are currently working on a redesign of the cart, and hopefully we will be able to purchase version 2.0 in the near future!

NGPC:

  • FlashMasta/LinkMasta: a 32MB USB Flash cart that can hold two games at a time. More changes on the way!
  • DISCONTINUED: Bung Flash cart, various sizes with 32mb being the highest. Parallel interface. Info is here.

Neo Geo AES:

  • Multigame 161-in-1 English AES: Most multicarts are MVS carts, but this is a multicart for the AES system which eliminates the need for a converter. Although it's a little on the expensive side, it does have a nice selection of games.
  • DISCONTINUED: Multigame Doctor 2 with the Neo Geo Interface can play the older and smaller games with special roms. 

Neo Geo MVS:

  • (Please let me know if any of this information is false, I'm no expert on these.) There are a number of multicarts available these days with an increasing number of games. Here is a list of carts and what games they have on them (Keep in mind there is a 150 in 1 and 161 in 1 released since this page was made). The 138-in-1 multicart is supposed to be the most accurate(?) due to the attached board which loads the game into ROM on the cart and restarts the Neo Geo. So it should behave as if a normal cart is inserted. I've heard conflicting accounts of multicarts not working with multi-slot machines and unibios, please do some research before purchasing. I've also heard that Jamma Boards and Excellent Arcade are good, safe places to order from, but again please do some research before purchasing.

Neo Geo X:

  • SD Card Adaptor Mod: The Neo Geo X system has a modified sd card slot that allows you to use extra game packs. The first and last pin are swapped, and the second and second to last pin are swapped on the sd cards. This video describe how to create a modified microsd adapter for use with normal microsd cards. This video describes how to convert your roms over to the Neo Geo X format. You can also follow this thread over at the Neo Geo forums.

NES/Famicom:

  • Everdrive N8: Famicom/NES Version The N8 Flash cart has been released for both the NES and famicom. You can use either cart on both systems using the correct converter. The famicom expansion audio works on the famicom natively and the NES with modification. It supports game genie cheats and FDS games as well. It uses the Cyclone II FPGA (like the Mega Everdrive), has 512KB for PRG/CHR, and 128k of battery-backed SRAM. Mappers can be updated via software updates. Also, the Famicom version uses microSD cards, and the NES version uses SD cards.
  • The Powerpak made by BunnyBoy (widely known member of the nesdev boards) is a compact flash-based cart which allows most games to be played (I believe it was 95-98%?). Certain mappers do not work correctly, but the mapper files are stored on the flash card for easy upgrades. Saves are not handled automatically.
  • InviteNES: Pre-order Rev. 2 here (Russian)/Info here: This famicom/Dendy (Russian NES) SD-based flash cart will work on an NES with an adapter. It uses the Cyclone II FPGA (similar to Mega Everdrive), has 2MB each for PRG/CHR, and 32 KB of battery-backed SRAM. All of the info is read off of the SD card which makes it easily updateable, and it also has a USB port for developers.
  • IN PROGRESS: Munchausen Cart: A low cost 1MB MMC1 cart programmable via USB. This project went dead for a while, but was picked up and improved upon and is very close to production. This cart is designed for chiptunes and homebrews mostly. It is not meant to be a replacement for the Powerpak.

N64:

  • Everdrive 64: SD Flash cart which can play all but 1 or 2 games. Supports all save types including FlashRAM with the latest BIOS Update.
  • 64drive: CF or Micro SD Flash cart which can also play all but 1 or 2 games. Last I heard, it supports all save types including FlashRAM.
  • NEO N64 Myth flash cart: Purchase here/Forums are here. Requires a NEO2-SD or similar NEO2 NDS flash cart. You can update it via their Nero Dual Programmer.

Odyssey 2:

  • C7060 Game Selector: contains more than 200 games, contains all Philips Videopac and Magnavox Odyssey2 games, and a lot of prototypes and homebrews, contains several games that haven't been available before on a multicart or the internet, on-screen game menu, works on all Videopac, Jopac and Odyssey2 consoles, works with the Voice, automatic PAL/NTSC selection for some games, search function, only new PCBs, new Eproms and new components have been used.
  • 233-in-1 Odyssey 2 Multicart: a non-writeable, dip-switch cart that contains the entire library(?) and some homebrews including Amok! Compatible with the Voice and Plus games for the g7400. (This replaces the 128-in-1 multicart) At $42.50, this is a steal.
  • Soren Gust has a RAMcart which is a writable DIY cart. He also has a Flashcart in the works, and a Megacart which seems to be a DIY multicart.  Soren's website is no longer available unfortunately.

Playstation:

  • IN PROGRESS: Project PSIO: A project that aims to use the PIO port on the PS1 to play full commercial games from an SD card. Beta PSIOs are being produced right now, and soon donators will have access to them!

Pokemon Mini:

  • DISCONTINUED: Apparently there have been a number of flash carts for this system, info is here. There's instructions on ordering the latest flash cart, but he has apparently been sold out of them for years now.

Saturn:

  • Saturn USB Datalink: Interesting device that interfaces with the Action Replay Plus cart. Allows dumping of BIOS and transferring of saves between the PC and Saturn. Allows homebrew code to be uploaded to a Saturn from a PC. This will not allow you to run full commercial games, but it is pretty cool nonetheless.

SNES:

  • NOTES: Here is a list of the games which use special chips. No commercial game was released in the US with more than 48mb, but 128mb will allow you to play Star Ocean and other fan translations.
  • SD2SNES: SD Flash cart which can play up to 96Mb games, but does support ROM sizes up to 128Mb. The most interesting thing about this cart is that it emulates some of the special chips listed above. Currently these are supported: BS-X memory map, DSP1/1b, DSP2, DSP3, DSP4, ST-010, Cx4, MSU1, S-RTC. SuperFX is currently being worked on. It can be purchased from the fine retailers of Krikzz's products.
  • Super UFO Pro 8: A lower cost SD flash cart that has created quite a stir. At one point it was rumored to run many of the special chips listed above including the SuperFX. But people have been stating this simply isn't true. It appears to have a T-adapter like a lot of these flash carts do, but it only works with DSP-1. One of the most interesting abilities of this card is to save/load states at any point in a game. 
  • Super Everdrive: SD Flash cart which can play up to 48Mb games. Does not support games with special chips except for DSP-1 (if you order it with the DSP-1 chip installed). BIOS can be flashed using JTAG. Saves are handled automatically.
  • SNES PowerPak: CF Flash cart which can play up to 128mb games. Does not support games with special chips except for DSP-1. BIOS chip is socketed, so it can be reflashed using an EPROM programmer. You can also send it in to retrousb.com and pay shipping to have it reflashed. The mapper files are stored on the FAT file system (easy updating). Saves are NOT handled automatically (can be a pain).
  • NEO SNES/SFC Myth Flash cart: Purchase here/Forums are here. Supports games up to 64Mb. Does not support games with special chips except for DSP-1 (you must attach a DSP-1 cartridge, similar to the old T-adapters, to use DSP-1 games). Requires a NEO2-SD or similar NEO2 NDS flash cart. You can update it via their Nero Dual Programmer.
  • INVITESNES: SD-based flash cart on a Russian site. Plays up to 48Mb roms with space for 128Mb. This one has CX-4 compatibility, and is a much lower cost.
  • DISCONTINUED: Super Flash Cart 64M: A 64Mb Parallel flash cart from the old tototek line. A T-Connector is also available to play DSP-1 games with.

Studio II:

  • IN PROGRESS: A RCA Studio 2 multicart is currently being worked on by RCA's production manager. He is also a new AA member, and gave us all quite the interesting read in this thread.  UPDATE:  Project is at a standstill, fauxscott has not logged in for roughly a year.  

TurboGrafx:

  • Turbo Everdrive: A Micro SD-based flash cart. It has 8MB of rom space, works with Street Fighter 2, and reportedly works with all of the SuperGrafx titles on the SuperGrafx (note that the USB version does not fit in the SuperGrafx).
  • NEO Power PC-Engine flash cart: Purchase here/Forums are here. There are a few different versions of this, the best being the 128Mb with the added save functionality which includes 2Mb of RAM for games that save, ex: Populous.
  • Low Cost Flash HuCard: A very cheap 8 Mb USB flash cart that works on both PC Engines and Turbografx 16 machines. Allows you to play all commercial games except Street Fighter 2. No load times and low voltage consumption make this ideal for handhelds like the TurboExpress. You can also purchase a board only (except for microcontroller) version. Soldering seems a little complex for this one, but I'm sure some people here can handle it.
  • DISCONTINUED: PCE Pro 32MB: A 32Mb Parallel flash cart from the old tototek line.

Vectrex:

  • VecMulti: A Micro SD Flash cart that has extra RAM so that it can play Animaction as well as the rest of the library of carts. This is the one to get.
  • Reproduction Vectrex Overlays are currently being produced. Click here to purchase overlays and other fun stuff (if you are an AtariAge member click here). More overlays are in the works, you can track the progress at this AA thread.
  • There is a recently released vectrex 72 in 1 multicart from Andy(?). It has more games than sean kelly's multicart. You can get it here.
  • DISCONTINUED: Vecflash: This was available at first as a Serial Flash cart that could hold up to 15 games (+menu), and was later released as a USB Flash cart that could hold up to 31 games (+menu) at one time.
  • DISCONTINUED: Sean Kelly's multicart v2.0 is available for $75 shipped on ebay whenever he gets a new batch completed, otherwise the price on ebay is usually double from resellers. This has every released cart on it(besides Animaction), plus a good many homebrews.

Virtual Boy:

  • FlashBoy Plus (direct link, you can order through vectrex.biz): a USB flash cart which holds one game at a time. It has 16Mb which is enough to hold all commercial games. The Plus version supports saves.

Wonderswan:

  • IN PROGRESS: WonderSwan Flash Masta cart is currently being worked on. One of the developers is hoping to have something working by the end of 2013!
  • NOTES: Spotted a new wonderswan linker on yahoo japan auctions, hopefully there's more to come!
  • DISCONTINUED: WonderWitch was a development kit meant for amateur devs. Some homebrews that were created using the WonderWitch will only work with the WonderWitch.
  • DISCONTINUED: Wonder Magic is more of a general purpose flash cart.

Edited by PsychedelicShaman, Mon Jul 21, 2014 4:53 PM.


#2 PsychedelicShaman OFFLINE  

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Posted Sun Jun 22, 2008 4:53 PM

Credit goes to StarshipUK for the majority of this section. Thanks man!

Aquarius:

  • Aquaricart: an AA member has put a lot of work into this multicart. It includes the entire library of Aquarius games plus some interesting extras. Comes with a full-color cartridge label and manual.

Atari ST/Amstrad (CPC 6128)/Amiga+Many More!:

  • HxC Floppy Drive Emulator: The aim of this project is to replace the floppy disk drive by an electronic device emulating the floppy disk drive. Since the beginning of the project (2006), the HxC Floppy emulators was designed to be very versatile and to support a large variety of computers / keyboards / samplers / CNC machines at a low cost. Thanks to its versability the HxC Floppy Emulator supports most existing floppy formats. Today the HxC Floppy Emulator is well established into the Retro-Computing domain, the Music domain and even the Industrial domain. At this day there are two differents floppy disk drive emulator: A USB Version and a SD Card Version. While these support most computers which use 3.5" and 3" disk drives, support on the Atari ST, Amstrad CPC 6128 and Amiga is partically good as a Host Control Tool (or Menu Loader) software has been created for these systems to use with the HxC Floppy Drive Emulator. A full list of suported systems can be found at: http://hxc2001.free....tor/support.htm These devices are normally available to buy from EBay.

Atari 400/800/XL/XE:

  • MyIDE-II CompactFlash Cartridge: This is an update to the MyIDE+ cartridge. While the MyIDE+ had an IDE connector which allowed you to use CompactFlash cards through adaptors, the MyIDE-II does not have an IDE connector, and it has a CompactFlash interface that allows you to use SD cards through adaptors. It has a number of other improvements as well including 4x the flash memory and 512k SRAM which can be used as a ram disk.
  • SIO2PC: A device which conects to a PC using RS232/Serial or USB and allows you access PC resources by using APE software.
  • The Atarimax Maxflash Flash Cartridge System: The Maxflash Flash Cartridges, combined with the powerful new Maxflash Studio software and USB Cartridge Programmer are the easiest way to design and produce working, tested and ready to use flash multi-carts for your Atari Computer in just minutes!
  • OBSOLETE: MyIDE+Flash Cartridge: The "MyIDE" upgrades are professionally produced internal and external IDE interfaces for all Atari 8-bit XL/XE computers.
  • DISCONTINUED: SDrive NUXX: This device "...connects to Atari XL/XE's serial (SIO) port and simulates an Atari floppy disk drive with full read/write access to programs and data stored on a SecureDigital flash card (SD)." It is also Menu Based.
  • DISCONTINUED: SIO2USB: Looks similar to a SIO2PC USB Device.
  • DISCONTINUED: SIO2CF: Looks similar to a SIO2PC USB Device, but using CF cards.
  • DISCONTINUED: SDrive: Looks similar to a SDrive NUXX.

Atari XE/XL/STF/STE (Possibly also Amiga and Amstrad CPC):

  • DISCONTINUED: SdiskEmul: This circuit should emulate a floppy disk for an Atari Xe, Xl, Stf, Ste. The floppy image files are stored on a SDCARD. Possibly also work with Amgia and Amstrad CPC.

BBC Micro:

  • RetroClinic DataCentre: This is a 5 in one interface comprising of 1- USB Host Controller, allowing connection of virtually any USB device including Flash Drives, Keyboards, Mice etc. 2- USB Slave Port, allowing connection directly to your PC. 3- 1 Megabyte RAM for use by drivers, filing systems or the user. 4- 64K Byte Non-Volatile RAM, used as a small RAM Drive for storing commonly used programs and utilities. 5- 16 Bit IDE interface, compatible with the existing CF system, but will also allow in the future the full range of 16 Bit IDE peripherals to be used, e.g. CD and DVD Drives.
  • mmbeeb: This uses MMC cards and supports the Stairway To Hell collection of games. Several people on the Stairway To Hell forums make these.
  • DISCONTINUED: RetroClinic Compact Flash (BBC HDD) Interface CF Card: Emulates a BBC B Hard Drive. As such it can be complicated to a BBC novice when adding games from floppy images or the internet and will also require you to purchase a copy of ADSF explorer to do this. The has been replaced by the RetroClinic DataCentre.

Coleco Adam:

  • IDE Card Accessories: includes ADAM formatted compact flash card. Also requires the IDE "hard drive" card. Needs a boot ddp or boot disk to load. A cassette is included but a file on the Atarimax Colecovision Ultimate SD Multicart can also be used, with more information at: http://atariage.com/...rface-for-adam/

Commodore 64:

  • 1541-III: An SD Card device with a small mobile phone style screen. It does not support multiload or multidisk games. It also works with C16/+4/116/SX64 (when powered from C64/Vic20 Tape Drive Port) and Vic20.
  • 1541 Ultimate-II: The most advanced cartridge device for the C64, and replaces the original 1541 Ultimate cartridge. It uses a SD card and will support multiload/multidisk games. Supports the latest GameBase V8 games set with use of a special app that is available on their forums. It also supports C64 utility cartridge emulation. It also has limited support for the C16/+4/116 and Vic20.
  • SD2IEC: I do not know much about these. They use SD cards and I guess they are similar to the 1541-III but without the screen. They are also available in a kit form to build yourself. It supports the CBM FileBrowser for C64 and VIc20 machines.
  • Cheameleon: I do not know much about these. They have a MMC/SD card slot with MMC64 compatibility and 1541-emulation. The cartridge also has a VGA socket to output to a monitor display and a cable loom to connect to a PS/2 keyboard and mouse.
  • C64SD: The C64SD is a interface Plug & Play device that emulates the Commodore floppy drive. You just need an SD card where you upload their package of games. It is basically it is a modified SD2IEC drive so it use the same firmware, it seems very handy because it does not require any cable, just plug it and nothing else, it use the tape port for the power and has a male connector for the serial port, it fits on C64 and Vic20 machines but since it has an additional power jack it could be used like other SD-Based drives to any other CBM machine. It supports the CBM FileBrowser for C64 and VIc20 machines.
  • DISCONTINUED: MMC64: Replaced by the MMC Replay and now the Chameleon cartridge.
  • DISCONTINUED: MMC Replay: Replaced by the Chameleon cartridge.

Commodore Vic 20:

  • Mega-Cart: An advanced ROM cartridge which contains all Vic-20 games originally released in cartridge form. It also contains many other high-quality games originally produced for tape or disk as well as some modern original works of Denial Forum members. It also contains Demo's, Utilities and can be used as a Memory Expander cartridge.
  • Low Cost Multicart/Development Cart: A very interesting dip switch multicart that holds 32 games. It comes preloaded with the 32 games, but you also have the option of burning new eeprom images to play new games. The cart also has a mini breadboard and a connection point for each of the cart edge connectors. You can also purchase a board-only version of the multicart so you can solder everything on yourselt. Very cheap and great for electronics hobbyists!
  • DISCONTINUED: Behr Bonz: It was a ROM Cartridge which had 127 games installed and made by eslapion. The original website which contained instructions of how to make this no longer exists. There was also a small run produced by Phu from RCM in the UK.

Memotech MTX:

  • REMEMOrizer 2: is an add-on for a real Memotech MTX500, MTX512 or MTX512 S2 computer, built using hardware and software developed for REMEMOTECH. It provides :- 80 column card, with 80x24 and 80x48 modes, outputting to 640x480 @ 60Hz VGA, SD Card as a large and fast alternative to floppy disk, 512KB of extra memory, CP/M boot ROM and SDX BASIC ROM providing access to SD Card and RAM Disc, Replacements for the fixed OS and BASIC ROMs, providing Virtual cassette support.

MSX:

  • Mega Flash ROM SCC+ SD: (Click Flash->MegaFlashROM SCC+ SD for info, click Order for purchase). This is an updated SD flash cart based on the Mega Flash ROM SCC+ described below. This cart utilizes Nextor, a MSX-DOS OS, and a new firmware will be released when Nextor is updated. Currently saves from DSK files must be done via floppy disk, but this should be updated soon so you can save directly to the SD card. Apparently there is a little setup time to get the cart working well, here's an English tutorial.
  • LPE-MMC-V8BKP card (Pardial): Can handle DSK emulation. Uses MMC and SD cards up to 2GB. Compatible with all MSX families (1,2,2+,Turbo-R GT). Some Turbo-R STs had issues with this cart due to the power supply.
  • Mega Flash ROM SCC+: Mega Flash ROM is a cartridge which works with any MSX model and comes with a Flash ROM memory and with a set of characteristics that make it ideal for storing the real images of any ROM cartridge. Its capacity makes that storing a ROM in the Mega Flash ROM and executing it will be the same as using the original cart. It is not an emulation. The characteristics of the Mega Flash ROM are similar to the ones of the original cart, in a 99% of times. The Mega Flash ROM cart comes with a "Flash ROM" chip which makes its data everlasting after being stored. This means that it doesn't work as a traditional memory which loses its contents when it is disconnected from the supply. Mega Flash ROM doesn't make use of any JUMPER / SWITCH for its different configurations as other similar products. Everything is handled via soft and transparent for the user.
  • SD Drive for MSX: An MMC/SD cartridge works as an External Disk Drive, and can use SD or MMC memory cards as additional storage for your MSX.originally designed by Yeongman Seo (sharksym). No Units are available until further notice.
  • DISCONTINUED: Synfox SD/MMC interface: While I have heard of these and they are mentioned in some forum posts, I am unable to find any further information out about these, so can only presume they have been discontinued or also have another name.
  • DISCONTINUED: Sunrise CompactFlash ATA-IDE cartidge: There is not much information on these, but looks to be a IDE interface.

Oric:

  • VAPORWARE: Cumulus: This is an SD-based floppy disk emulator that unfortunately never made it to production due to Turkish Customs regulations. It seems like it was in a mostly-working state, and it's available for anyone who wants to pick up the project. The Oric just can't get no lovin'.
  • VAPORWARE/IN PROGRESS?: OricSD: A software developer created a site for this SD-based flash cart. Looking at the FAQ, I'm not sure if the developer is actually working on it, or if he thought someone else would be interested and work on it with him? This seems like a "If you build it, they will come" project, but they never showed up.
  • VAPORWARE: Oric IDE Interface: It appears that this was a college project, and unfortunately it never reached a working state.

Sam Coupe:

  • Trinity Ethernet Interface:B-DOS has now been patched to use the MMC / SD card slot on the Trinity Ethernet Interface for mass storage. What has been done is to patch version 1.5a to utilise the Trinity's MMC/SD slot, letting it use MMC and SD flash cards up to 1GB in size. The next update will include support for 2GB cards, which use a different sector size.

SC-3000:

  • SC-3000 Survivors Multicart: A multicart for the Sega SC-3000 computer. It will run any SC-3000 and SG-1000 ROMs along with some of the tape games. Please note this is a hobbyist cart that requires an EPROM burner to load games. This is likely the only production of the multicart, so get in while you can! Price is $90 + shipping, and a $40 deposit is required when pre-ordering. Please visit this page for more information and ordering.

Sord M5:

  • DISCONTINUED: Sord M5 Multicart: The multicart has a nice list of games for this rather obsucure UK comp. This was made sometime in 2011, and some small batches of carts were sold in 2012. I'm going to try and get in contact with him to see if he's planning to make more.

Spectrum:

  • DivIDE Plus: This is an updated version of divIDE which has a CF card slot and an IDE connector on board. It has 512k ROM and 512KB RAM. This cart also has a pass-through connector so you can use another accessory like a Kempston interface (joystick, sound card, and more). It should be noted that there were hardware bugs reported with this cart, and I'm not sure if they were ever fixed. All orders are handled through SellMyRetro.
  • DivIDE 2k14: The 2k14 version builds on the 2k11 version.  A few of the improvements are JTAG, 4 flashable firmwares, and a joystick port on the device!  This negates the need for an additional joystick interface.  There is no IDE connector on the cart.
  • OBSOLETE:  DivIDE 2k11: The 2k11 version of divIDE is updated with a CF card slot on board. It has 8KB ROM and 32KB RAM, and is mounted vertically (easier use). There is no IDE connector on the cart.
  • DivIDE: divIDE is an ATA (IDE) interface. With divIDE you can put your software collection to a hard disk, CD-ROM or even CompactFlash card. Several places sell these, with stock coming and going quickly but at the time of writing only http://www.divide.cz...shopn&money=USD seems to have them in stock, but they also sometimes appear on EBay. There are also 5 different firmwares available.

Tatung Einstein:

  • IN PROGRESS:  You can find the most recent updates on here: Tatun Einstein yahoo group.  SD Card device for the Tatung Einstein created by Charlie Robson. Not officially released yet, but contact Charlie if you would like to purchase one.

TI 99/4A:

  • DISCONTINUED: The CF7+ card / nanoPEB: The CF7+ is circuit board that includes a Compact Flash memory card that emulates an array of floppy disks and three disk drives. The number of floppies emulated depends upon the size of the CF. A 32MB CF can emulate 39 floppies that can in turn be mounted on one of the three emulated drives. The card also includes 32k of RAM that can be used to extend the main TI99 memory. The card includes a PIO parallel expansion port that can be used for a printer. In essence, the CF7+ replaces a PEB with memory card, printer card and disk drives and controller. The only limitation is that there is no serial RS232 port or other expansion capability. I am not sure where the "7+" portion of the name comes from. I think an earlier version did not have the PIO port or 32k RAM. Earlier versions also extended outward from the TI99 console whereas this Slim Profile version has all components parallel to the side of the case and extends out only about 3/4 inch. The card itself is 3 inches high by 3.5 inches long. I am unable to find anywhere which sells these, so presume they are now discontinued. Its possible http://tech.groups.y...i99-4a/messages may have further information should anyone wish to purchase one.

X68000:

  • STRATOS CF AztecMonster : Page contains information how to make this work. You will also need to make a SASI or SCSI cable. The page also contains a link to a HDD image containing some games.

Notes:
Cassette WAV files: There are still many older computers which do not have (and probably never will have) multicart devices made for them. In some cases WAV files are available containing exact audio of cassette games which can be loaded using a PC by connecting to the PCs sound card. This is not always practical and there are some smaller MP3 players which support WAV files without converting them to MP3 or other compressed formats. One such device (which I have had success with) is the MPMAN MP101 with volume levels around 20 (this does vary from computer to computer) and also takes Micro-SD cards up to 16GB (possibly larger sizes too) - be wary that some portable audio MP3 devices may try and covert WAV files to MP3 or just not support the WAV format. If the computer has a integrated cassette unit or a special cassette unit with special connector then a Car Cassette Adaptor can be used to make this work. In most cases copying WAV files to audio CDs will NOT work as CDs contain error correction (https://en.wikipedia...rror_correction) which result in inacurate data being played and MP3 files, MiniDisc and other compressed formats are also unlikly to work because of this.


Edited by PsychedelicShaman, Thu Jul 24, 2014 5:55 PM.


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Posted Sun Jun 22, 2008 5:32 PM

There is an online store still selling DR V64 JR, and DR V64, and Upgrade ram, plus game save carts. I came across them while thinking about making my DR V64 better. I was one of the morons that paid $440 to import it from Bung in the late 90's

http://www.hkgtoys.c...php?page=sfc002 DR V64 $230

http://www.hkgtoys.c...php?page=sfc009 DR V64 JR $240

http://www.hkgtoys.c...php?page=sfc004 CD64 $230


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Posted Sun Jun 22, 2008 5:46 PM

There's also about 2 dozen flashcards for the DS... R4, M3 Simply, CycloDS, and on and on and on...

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Posted Sun Jun 22, 2008 7:03 PM

There's also about 2 dozen flashcards for the DS... R4, M3 Simply, CycloDS, and on and on and on...

Same for the GBA as well.

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Posted Mon Jun 23, 2008 2:23 AM

Richard Hutchinson's Vecflash is a flash cart that holds up to 16 games at one time.

Current model holds 31 games (+menu)

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Posted Mon Jun 23, 2008 12:46 PM

List has been updated thus far.

There is an online store still selling DR V64 JR, and DR V64, and Upgrade ram, plus game save carts.


Have you ordered from the hong kong store? I remember researching the company and it seemed like there were a lot of complaints from people who never received the product.

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Posted Thu Jul 17, 2008 5:15 PM

Does anyone know of one that uses USB for the Genesis as I have no paraell ports as all I have is a laptop :(

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Posted Thu Jul 17, 2008 10:14 PM

Does anyone know of one that uses USB for the Genesis as I have no paraell ports as all I have is a laptop :(

I can't vouch for the quality of this particular device, but maybe something like this will fix you up:
http://www.emtcompan...-db25-cable.htm

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Posted Fri Jul 18, 2008 11:52 PM

Does anyone know of one that uses USB for the Genesis as I have no paraell ports as all I have is a laptop :(


I don't know if the parallel to USB adapter would work with something of that nature.
Neoflash MD cart is supposed to be released this summer. It really is the all-in-one cart for the genesis. Unfortunately it uses a gba flash cart to store the roms, but the flash cart is written to via USB. So this should work for you. There's also a 32mb usb version that used to be available. He might have stopped making them to make way for this cart.

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I just came across this for the PC-E/ TG-16 http://www.ic2005.co...o...at=0&page=1

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Posted Thu Apr 9, 2009 4:46 PM

Reserved for a vintage computing flash cart list that will cover the atari 8-bits, c64, spectrum zx, tandy, apple II, ti-99, and more! Hopefully, I will have this up in a week or two.


Thanks for this list. Very useful, but a shame there are so many that are Discontinued and impossible to find now.

Multicarts and Memory Devices do make it much easier when taking systems to Retro Gaming Events, rather than having to take loads of Carts, Tapes and Disks, and its better to play on the real machines, rather than emulators.

Did you get around to creating the Computing list? There is a few I know of, but you might know of a few that I don't.

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Posted Thu Apr 9, 2009 5:20 PM

Multicarts and Memory Devices do make it much easier when taking systems to Retro Gaming Events, rather than having to take loads of Carts, Tapes and Disks, and its better to play on the real machines, rather than emulators.

I'm sure it's easier, but some flashcarts are becoming so rare and valuable, I'd be nervous about bringing it!

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Posted Thu Apr 9, 2009 6:05 PM

You should add in the (discontinued) Sean Kelly Colecovision multicart. He wasn't allowed to sell them. :ponder:

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Posted Thu Apr 9, 2009 8:18 PM

There's the Mega-Cart for the Commodore VIC-20.

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There's the Mega-Cart for the Commodore VIC-20.


I am sure I pre-odered one of those on the Denial Forums, but never got an E-Mail. Oh well, I have just ordered one on the website and guess I am at the back of the queue. A tad expensive compared to this one though:

http://www.8bitcentr...om/behrbonz.htm

Which is not currently available, but I have heard rumours some more might be made shortly.

Here are some more simular devices, I have found:


COMMODORE 64/128 (AND POSSIBLY ALSO VIC20/PLUS4):

1541-III
http://jderogee.trip...project1541.htm

1541 Ultimate:
http://www.1541ultim...ntent/index.php

SD2IEC:
http://www.nkcelectr...2iec-boar2.html


BBC MODEL B:

RetroClinic BBC B with Compact Flash Interface
http://www.retroclin...acorn/acorn.htm


SPECTRUM:

DivIDE
http://www.papayalabs.co.uk/shop/

There were also many more Spectrum ones available, but they all seem to be sold out and discontinued now.

If anyone knows of any more that are not listed, that would be appreciated.

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Posted Sat Apr 11, 2009 10:14 AM

Just a general FYI, there are many more multicarts for the NES/Famicom. Yes, the PP is a cool piece of work, you'll get no argument there. BUT There have been pirate multicarts for the NES/Fami for quite some time. More for the Famicom than the NES, but they are out there. I could post some pics if wanted/needed. Plus there are some tems like the Maxi-15 and the Spectravision, and the Action 52, and there is an even more rare one, but I cannot remember who makes it at the moment.

I have about 3 Famicom multis (111-in1, 300-in-1, 110-in-1... but there are repeats and hacks in there). For the NES, all I have is a 260-in-1.

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Posted Sat Apr 11, 2009 11:05 AM

If you have some of these, please comment on ease of use. I had a few flash carts in the past and they were a pain to use (sold them). I have the Atarimax 5200 flashcart now and it was so easy to set up and use (saving up now for the Coleco version).

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Posted Sat Apr 11, 2009 2:32 PM

Just a general FYI, there are many more multicarts for the NES/Famicom. Yes, the PP is a cool piece of work, you'll get no argument there. BUT There have been pirate multicarts for the NES/Fami for quite some time. More for the Famicom than the NES, but they are out there. I could post some pics if wanted/needed. Plus there are some tems like the Maxi-15 and the Spectravision, and the Action 52, and there is an even more rare one, but I cannot remember who makes it at the moment.

I have about 3 Famicom multis (111-in1, 300-in-1, 110-in-1... but there are repeats and hacks in there). For the NES, all I have is a 260-in-1.

You are confusing pre-loaded multi-carts with flash carts, and I think the PP is the only flashcart availble for the NES. I don't own any multi-carts, but I have several flashcarts including the Powerpak. I much prefer the flash concept as I like the idea of just loading the games I want. Plus it allows you to load hacks and homebrews as well.

Besides, the OP already said he wasn't going to include so called "pirate" multicarts, whatever that means! :ponder:

Edited by SRGilbert, Sat Apr 11, 2009 2:34 PM.


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Posted Sat Apr 11, 2009 3:07 PM

If you have some of these, please comment on ease of use. I had a few flash carts in the past and they were a pain to use (sold them). I have the Atarimax 5200 flashcart now and it was so easy to set up and use (saving up now for the Coleco version).


It's a mixed bag really.

I have the Powerpak, the Atarimax 5200, a couple of EFA Linkers for GBA, and a DS Fire card.

One thing I HATE is having to use a program to upload games to the cart, it should really be drop and drag if possible! Then again, I'm not a programmer or an engineer, so I don't have the insight to know what is impossible.

So here's what I think:

NES Powerpak: Super easy to setup, just pop the CF card in your reader, drag roms to the card. You can ever sort them in subfolders if you want. Cons, some issues with certain games, may be already corrected, haven't checked in a while for new mappers, kinda expensive at $135.

Atarimax 5200 cart: Software gets the job done, but I still prefer drop and drag. :ponder: Playing is great, games load fast and limited library means you wont have a zillion games, so folders not needed like NES. Wish it had a reset button on it (if even possible), have to toggle power switch on 5200 to change games. This is really a fault of the 5200 design so I shouldn't complain.

GBA EFA Linker card: Works great once you have the games loaded, IF you can get them loaded. Four words to describe this process PAIN IN THE ASS. First, the USB uploader will not work on any motherboard that uses an Nvidia chipset. I have three running PC's normally. Mine, my wife's, and my multicade and all three have Nvidia motherboards. I had to pull an old desktop with a VIA chipset out of mothballs just to load games on the card. At least I could do it over Remote desktop, but still. Then, the way to upload games is horrible. First, it adds the games in the order you load them. Then if you want to swap out a game that is in say, slot #2 and you have 12 games on the card, you have to remove games #2 though #12 and reload them back on it you want them! :x Again, once you have the games you want to keep on it, it's pretty nice to be able to play Game Gear games on such a nice screen (with full game saves at any point in any game!) and NES games to boot. On the upside, these cards are CHEAP through Dealextreme, why not buy 3?

DS Fire card - You have to use the DS as a linker with a GBA sized card that plugs in the bottom, and the flash card is a standard DS sized card in the top. Loads fast, drop and drag! Only issue for me is I have trouble with DS game save formats, usually resulting in the game either crashing or not loading at all. Not sure if it's a problem with the card or the rom dump, and I haven't put a lot of effort into figuring it out yet. As with the above, super cheap.

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Posted Sat Apr 11, 2009 5:57 PM

I am sure I pre-odered one of those on the Denial Forums, but never got an E-Mail. Oh well, I have just ordered one on the website and guess I am at the back of the queue.

The gentleman behind the project is making them by hand and sends out an email to each person who made a preorder when their unit is ready. Only when it is ready to ship will he accept payment. I understand that he hopes to have all orders filled by early summer so you haven't much longer to wait.

A tad expensive compared to this one though:

http://www.8bitcentr...om/behrbonz.htm

Which is not currently available, but I have heard rumours some more might be made shortly.

I know the chap behind the Behr-Bonz (which is a lovely cartridge) and I haven't heard about another run. Either way, you can't really compare the two. The B-B only has 127 game cartridge images and none of the additional features.

Here are some more simular devices, I have found:

COMMODORE 64/128 (AND POSSIBLY ALSO VIC20/PLUS4):

1541-III
http://jderogee.trip...project1541.htm

1541 Ultimate:
http://www.1541ultim...ntent/index.php

SD2IEC:
http://www.nkcelectr...2iec-boar2.html

You could add the uIEC and MMC Replay to that list although none of those are multicarts, per se. They're more like disk drive replacements, some with additional functionality. The 1541 Ultimate is the the only real substitute as it emulates (for lack of a better word) the disk drive completely.

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Posted Sat Apr 11, 2009 6:38 PM

Actually the title of thread includes multicarts in the title, not just flashcarts. Also, he didn't mention anything about this not including pirate carts, just that this isn't the place to make an argument for, or against piracy. Unless that part about not making an argument for or against was in relation to someone loading ROMS onto their flashcart.... I may have interpreted that part wrong. Just trying to contribute as a whole. Perhaps I am being more liberal with my interpretation of the wording than others have been.

There is the R4 for the DS, the Ninja DS, and likely a ton of other DS flashcarts/flash media readers.
There is a ROM device for the SNES... ROM Dr. or Disk Dr... something like that. It allowed you to load ROMS on your SNES. It's not exactly a cartridge, but might be worth a mention?

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Posted Sat Apr 11, 2009 6:49 PM

Actually the title of thread includes multicarts in the title, not just flashcarts. Also, he didn't mention anything about this not including pirate carts, just that this isn't the place to make an argument for, or against piracy.


Sure he did, in the second paragraph.

I'm not going to include any multicarts that only contain a small number of games, like the pirate famicom multicarts for example.


Maybe what he was getting at was the fact that there are probably dozens of gray market Famicon multicarts out there, most of them never see the outside of Asia.

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Posted Sat Apr 11, 2009 8:59 PM

Wow, I totally MISSED that part! Sorry, I must not have been entirely awake. There ARE tons of pirate Famicom carts. Though there are some that are unlicensed multis, like the Action 52, and the Maxi-15.
Once again, my bad, I really should have noticed that first time through.

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The FlashBoy for Virtual Boy is no longer for sale. :(




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