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  1. It is. Bought and paid for at Walmart.
  2. Yes I'm playing it on a flat screen. I did fail to mention that.
  3. Yep. All others seem fine
  4. So I bought a copy of Laser Gates on eBay because I needed an NTSC copy and got it cheap and since it wasn't a white label I honestly didn't pay much attention to it. But when I got it and tested it the game was in Black and White which I've read could be an indication that it's a Pal game. So for sure, is this a Pal version of Laser Gates? Anyone seen it before?
  5. Question: Would the only issue this jumper cause be that Retron 77 always thinks there's a game in there? Would there be any issues with any other games? I was thinking of adding some sort of switch that activates only when a cart is physically pushed into the socket. Similar to how GBA detects older Game Boy games.
  6. I decided to temporarily jumper pin 12 and 24 and this did increase compatibility as seen here with Miniature Golf. Maybe I'll install a switch sometime. Thanks for the heads up
  7. Thanks for the pinout. I may try this soon and see what it does.
  8. As I've stated previously, I know how this all works. I'm not an idiot. But I prefer the nostalgia of inserting the cartridge and playing it that way even though it's not playing directly from the cartridge. There's a very old school feel about plugging in a cartridge and playing it that way rather than scrolling through modern menus and loading through a GUI. Don't get me wrong, I have all the ROMs installed too but I'd like to get use out of my old cartridges.
  9. I guess I'm the only oddball here that prefers playing the cartridges.
  10. It's all good. I've been creeping on the Retron firmware pages for quite a while here and realize the Retron 77 isn't perfect for carts. Genuine question though: Is there a better alternative for playing carts on a modern TV? I honestly don't know. I haven't investigated. I know there's lots of other choices for NES games but haven't really dug into Atari systems. Second question: Is there a known hardware mod that can be applied to the Retron 77 to enable expanded support? Would that even be feasible?
  11. I'm not looking for perfection here. As long as someone finds some use out of the list, that's totally ok with me.
  12. Yes I understand how the dumper works. I'm speaking of any rom compatibility fixes if there have been any since the vanilla version.
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