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  1. The title says it all!
  2. So its been awhile since Ive posted on here but I got a question only you smart people can answer. Why won't the EZ flash 4 work on the Super Retro Advance Adapter by Retro Bit? See it will get past the first white screen and something working cause a box will pop up and say "can not find disk" yet we can't get it passed that. I have read speculation that it it eats to much current for the SNES but that doesn't make any sense when you consider it does load at least a bit of the flash carts software. I wonder if this isn't something we could fix with a firmware update? If so it really needs to be done cause everybody has been lead to believe the EZ Flash 4 is the best and oddly it is in a normal gba. Hell it even works fine in the gba player for the gamecube so what the @#$% is going on? If we can't figure this out it looks like I bought another piece of hardware I can't use. *facepalm*
  3. gulps

    GBA/GBC/MGB link port

    Adaptor for cable link port for GBA, GBC, and MGB consoles. They have a bump along one edge exactly the same as the GBA link port, but will accept the cable plugs from a GBC and MGB console.

    © http://store.kitsch-bent.com/product/gba-gbc-mgb-link-port

  4. Hi there, I have an unusual collection for you all to see. Back in 2016 I made a simple challenge for myself: collect one of every GBA Video cartridge that exists. And holy crap, some of these were hard to find. Most can be found for very cheap, usually in the $5-$10 range, but as you will see, there are some major exceptions. I actually completed this collection about a year ago, but never got around to posting any pics. For those who don’t know about GBA Video, effectively what they were are special white GBA cartridges containing 45-ish minutes of incredibly low-quality video, to be viewed on the Game Boy Advance. When I say low-quality, I mean it makes old 240p YouTube videos look good by comparison. But in 2004-2006 when they were released, most people didn’t have a device in their pocket capable of playing video like we all do now. So at the time, it made sense. Nowadays they’re pretty much obsolete - better options for viewing videos on the go exist, and have existed for quite some time. Now you might be asking, why would I want to get a complete collection of an old, obscure, and obsolete video format? Simple: because I’m completely out of my mi- er, I mean a dedicated collector! I had a few of these cartridges back when they were new, so there’s an element of nostalgia to it, but mostly I did it because I've never seen someone attempt it before. Plus, I didn’t think it would be too difficult. I mean, how many of these cartridges could they possibly have made? Hoo boy. To my knowledge, there are around 35 different GBA Video cartridges that exist. I say “around 35”, and put the asterisk in the title, because I’m still not 100% sure if this is complete. I did a lot of searching with Google, trying to find a complete list of which cartridges were released, but I couldn’t find one. Each list I found was different, and they were all missing titles - even the official GBA Video website doesn’t even have half of the damn things they released listed. So I made my own list. I put a lot of effort, and a lot of hours into cataloguing every GBA Video cartridge I could find evidence of, and these are the results. Without further ado: pics! This is all of them. I’ve sorted them by series. The ultra-rare ones I keep in plastic cases at the bottom. Apologies for the glare - I’m a bad photographer. I’ve added text to indicate what they are. These are the one-offs - shows that only got one volume. And yes, I’m aware I have two copies of the Kids Next Door cart, I intended to only include one in the pic, but I’m too lazy to re-take it Okay - seriously, who asked for 6 different Cartoon Network Collection cartridges to be released? This is ridiculous. And what's with these names? It goes Volume 1, Volume 2, then Special Edition, Platinum Edition, Premium edition, and Limited Edition. And yes, they’re all different. Good lord. There were 4 Pokemon cartridges released, 2 Fairly Odd Parents, and 3 SpongeBob. The only one of these that was difficult to find was SpongeBob Volume 3 - I had to scour eBay for awhile before I found it. I don’t understand why the first two SpongeBob carts have the same exact pic while the third is different, but whatever I guess. 6 Cartoon Network Collection carts but only 3 Nicktoons Collection carts, with the third being extremely rare (I’ll show it off later)? Weird. The four on the bottom are the only movie cartridges released that I know of - and yes, they actually contain the full movies, but the video quality is horrible and at a very low framerate. Now we’re getting into the rare stuff. Super Robot Monkey Team Hyper Force Go - a show pretty much nobody has heard of, which I assume is why this cart is so rare. It has a 9/10 rarity level on NintendoAge, but I only paid about $50 for it. It was the only copy I could find on eBay at the time. I showed off both of these in a previous pic, but I’m posting them again because they were ridiculously difficult to find. The 2-in-1 cartridge, believe it or not, actually contains both full movies. To be honest I’m stunned that they fit on a single cartridge. Disney Channel Volume 2, I got from JJGames. It was out of stock for months, and when they finally got one in stock, I snapped it up as soon as possible. NintendoAge doesn’t even have a rating for it. I have never seen a copy of it on eBay. Does that mean it’s ultra-rare? To be honest, I have no idea. I’m just glad I found one. This one took a long time to get ahold of. 7/10 rarity on NintendoAge. I bought it for about $50 on eBay, but again, it was the only copy I could find so I didn’t have much choice. There are a few copies on eBay right now, and holy crap, apparently it's worth a lot more than that now. This one was a major pain. It was the final cartridge I needed to complete my collection. It took me over a year before I finally found it on eBay, and it just happened to be in a lot of games someone was selling. I convinced the seller to sell just this cartridge to me, and they only asked $25, which I was happy to pay. At the time of writing this, there are only a few copies on eBay, and they're asking an insane amount of money for them. Oddly enough, it only has a 5/10 rarity (not sure if that's accurate). It’s worth noting that there may be one more cartridge out there: a 2-in-1 movie cart containing both Shrek and Shrek 2. They definitely released both of these movies in a single package, as you can see in this pic: However, I don’t think there was ever a single cartridge containing both movies in one. I’ve seen CIB listings for this release on eBay, and rather than a single cartridge they just had the two separate cartridges in a single box, both of which I already have. I have yet to see a single piece of photographic evidence that another 2-in-1 cartridge exists, and if anyone can prove me wrong, I’ll gladly pay top dollar for it. That concludes my GBA Video adventures up to this point. Thanks for reading! Edit: Full list of released carts and their rarity: 2-in-1: Shrek and Shark Tale (movies) (Rarity: unknown) All Grown Up! Volume 1 (Rarity: 3/10) Cartoon Network Collection Limited Edition (Rarity: 4/10) Cartoon Network Collection Platinum Edition (Rarity: 4/10) Cartoon Network Collection Premium Edition (Rarity: 4/10) Cartoon Network Collection Special Edition (Rarity: 4/10) Cartoon Network Collection Volume 1 (Rarity: 4/10) Cartoon Network Collection Volume 2 (Rarity: 4/10) Codename: Kids Next Door Volume 1 (Rarity: 3/10) Disney Channel Collection Volume 1 (Rarity: 7/10) Disney Channel Collection Volume 2 (Rarity: unknown) Dora the Explorer Volume 1 (Rarity: 4/10) Dragon Ball GT Volume 1 (Rarity: 3/10) Nicktoons Collection Volume 1 (Rarity: 3/10) Nicktoons Collection Volume 2 (Rarity: 3/10) Nicktoons Collection Volume 3 (Rarity: 7/10) Pokémon Volume 1 (Rarity: 3/10) Pokémon Volume 2 (Rarity: 3/10) Pokémon Volume 3 (Rarity: 3/10) Pokémon Volume 4 (Rarity: 3/10) Shark Tale (movie) (Rarity: unknown) Shrek (movie) (Rarity: unknown) Shrek 2 (movie) (Rarity: unknown) Sonic X: A Super Sonic Hero Volume 1 (Rarity: unknown) SpongeBob SquarePants Volume 1 (Rarity: 4/10) SpongeBob SquarePants Volume 2 (Rarity: 4/10) SpongeBob SquarePants Volume 3 (Rarity: 8/10) Strawberry Shortcake Volume 1 (Rarity: 4/10) Super Robot Monkey Team Hyper Force Go! Volume 1 (Rarity: 9/10) Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Things Change Volume 1 (Rarity: 4/10) The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron Volume 1 (Rarity: 4/10) The Fairly OddParents Volume 1 (Rarity: 4/10) The Fairly OddParents Volume 2 (Rarity: 4/10) The Proud Family Volume 1 (Rarity: 5/10) Yu-Gi-Oh! Yugi VS Joey Volume 1 (Rarity: 2/10)
  5. I'm a huge gba fan, it's easily my favorite system, but I've never gathered the collection up for pictures until now. I went with thumbnails over full size pics but most blow up quite large. First up is my AGS-101 Kiosk which sits on my phone stand. It's got Mario Tennis in it. I've been meaning to get more insert/demo combinations, but that hasn't happened yet. Next up is my wireless dueling set in a waterproof case. In there are two charging cables, a double charger, two flash carts, two wireless links and two custom re-cased two-tone AGS-101 models. Here are my Game Boy Micros and related accessories. The two 'budget pack' micro systems are both still sealed. Here are my other two GBA SP units. The black one is a 001 and the pink is yet another 101. With them are my flash carts. Somewhere around here I also have an FA128 and a parallel linker, but they went AWOL for the photo shoot. Here are my oldschool gbas. The white one is Afterburner modified. With them are some odd accessories. The two that are more rare are the 'GBA transverter' which attaches to the back and outputs a TV signal, and the 'Game Wallet' which loads flash carts from smartmedia through the link port. Both were used in an attempt at making a larger handheld with a tv out and joystick port (pre-gamecube gameboy player). I never made it a case, but it worked well and was sure fun to play: Here are my unlicensed games. 3 are sealed, which is odd for unlicensed games since most didn't come that way. The second pic is a close up of the pirates (which have neat labels), the third pic is hacks/homebrew. The kirby game is just a packaged up NES emulator that plays the first kirby game, and Blast Arena Advance is my only scratchbuilt homebrew cart (and it's awesome). Above are my standard commercial games--the games on the left are factory sealed. Of the sealed ones, I expect pocket professor and mazes of fate to become quite rare. Of the unsealed, Payback and Racing Gears Advance might increase in demand. I can't really imagine ever parting with any of them, though. And last but certainly not least, is my personal Game Boy Advance 'Holy Grail.' A NIB Visteon Dockable Entertainment Center with install kit. For those who have forgotten, this was a 10" portable dvd player which also played GBA games and came with a car dock.
  6. I currently have a PSP 1000 running 6.39 pro B firmware. Emulation has been buggy. The smoothest has been GBA, the NES emulator begins adjusting screen position by itself, and the framerate on SNES- for all games- is dreadful. So: What is the solution? Are there optimal emulators for that firmware? And do later versions of the PSP with higher RAM make a real difference? Thanks.
  7. I knew I would want more sooner or later so I made this thread if you want to see my vectrex "wantings" Click the link http://www.atariage...._1#entry2472800 Nothing Sealed Pls Anyways here's the list: Consoles Atari Lynx 2 Loose Gameboy Advance SP Spongebob Edition GameBoy Micro 20th annerversary of Mario thing CIB Intellivision 2 with hook ups Gameboy Light Macintosh Plus Macintosh Color Classic eMac iBook 1st gen blueberry color iPod Shuffle 1st gen Commodore PET Commodore 64 ZX Spectrum Any IBM computer from the 80s Cables Gameboy AC adapter Gameboy Micro AC adapter GBA Games I don't care if the game here are CIB boxed or comes with something Dragon Ball Z Taiketsu Atari 2600 Games loose pls will pay 50 cents each for the more common ones I would prefer if you sell to me a bunch of them in a lot or so. I also don't care for label variations Combat 2 Atari Video Cube 3D Rubiks Cube Football Air Sea Battle Casino Basic Math Golf Home Run Human Cannonball Indy 500 x2 Realsports Baseball Realsports Volleyball Realsports Football RealSports Tennis Sky Jinks Slot Racers Space Jockey Space War Street Racer Venture Star Raiders Trick Shot Haunted House Kangaroo Pele's Soccer Video Olympics Arcade Golf Canyon Bomber Bowling Frogs And Flies Tax Avoiders Grand Prix Laser Blast Megaforce Night Drivers Riddle of the Sphinx Star Trek Star Voyager Super Challenge Baseball Super Football Vanguard Video Pinball Carnival Freeway Othello Sky Diver Other things any IBM or Apple mouse any Talking Heads CD album More coming soon, I know, I'm slow
  8. I recently bought a Datel Action Replay: Ultimate Pokemon Codes (GBA) second-hand, and it looks like the filesystem on the storage chip is toast. Has anyone attempted or had any luck repairing one of these? After some research it looks like later units had a USB port, so I soldered in a USB-micro header, but had no luck connecting to the official software under Windows 10 or in a Windows XP VM. Any ideas on how to reset the device or fix this problem? I've checked the documentation and tried the usual L+R+A+B+START combinations (and some variations) to no avail. Suggestions are appreciated. I'm comfortable with soldering to the chips, etc. if I need to, just wanted to feel out whether anyone else has repaired one of these devices. Thanks! A few images -- https://imgur.com/a/90MZgtA Text of the errors: WARNING 1st FAT TABLE FAILED.. DEVICE CORRUPT PLEASE CONTACT CUSTOMER SERVICES Chips on the device: DATEL GBA/NDS 0704M3019 SST 39VF800A 70-4C-EK 0452039E
  9. Nintendo's Gameboy Advance (GBA) was a world-wide success with 100's of great games for it. I choose 10 for my Top games for the handheld and show you some of the console versions I own. What games did I miss? Do you own any interesting versions of the GBA handheld?
  10. Shoot me a msg on ebay if u purchased an item and receive 10% off for being an NA/SA/AA/or GTZ member! http://www.ebay.com/sch/shays3blues/m.html?_nkw=&_armrs=1&_ipg=&_from=
  11. Hello All, I am clearing out a big chunk of my collection. There will be more added here periodically as I clear out all of the games in my home. Feel free to make me an offer if you want to buy a large lot, otherwise prices are as shown. I have feedback on Digitpress and eBay. More pictures of any item you want to see upon request. Please give me a couple days to ship as I am shipping them out with my eBay sales and take a trip to the post office every couple of days. I also have Rare Nintendo game, Amiibos and a ton of others on my eBay. eBay is link is HERE. You can contact me here about my eBay stuff as well if you want to make an offer on combined orders. Most items shipped in standard bubble mailers, delicate items shipped in a box or small flat rate shipping box. Ask if you have questions about how your item is shipped. All prices include shipping. All Complete in Box unless otherwise noted. 3DS CIB: Legend of Legacy Limited Ed. NEW - $28 Super Smash Bros - $20 Soul Hacker - $15 PENDING Devil Survivor 2 NEW - $25 Miku DX - $25 Kirby Triple Deluxe - $20 Mega Man Legacy w/ Gold Mega Man Amiibo NEW- $40 Lords of Magna w/ CD - $25 Mario Tennis Open - $12 x2 Adventure Time Hey Ice King - $10 Etrian Odyssey 2 Untold Limited Ed. - $28 3DS Theatrhythm Final Fatasy Curtain Caall Limited Ed. w/ FF Lanyard - $20 PENDING Senran Kagura 2 - $30 DS CIB: Kirby Canvas Curse - $20 Kirby Mass Attack - $10 PENDING Mario Hoops 3 on 3 - $10 Etrian Odyssey - $12 Etrian Odyssey II - $15 Tetris DS - $15 Dokapon - $60 Kirby Squeak Squad $15 Metal Slug 7 - $35 Legacy of Ys - $30 Mega Man ZX - $15 Okami-den - $20 Game and Watch - $20 Dig Dug Digging Strike - $10 Pac'n Roll NEW - $12 Summon Night Twin Age - $25 Space Invaders Extreme - $10 Spectral Force Genesis - $10 Henry Hatsworth - $10 Nostalgia - $40 Pac-pix - $6 Ivy the Kiwi? - $12 Sun Moon Rain - $12 PENDING Solatorobo - Make Offer Super Princess Peach NEW - $40 Legend of Kage 2 - $10 PENDING Wii: One Piece WII - $26 Kirby Return to Dreamland - $28 Rhythm Heaven - $10 Phantom Brave - Price all over the place, make offer GBA: All CIB Sword of Mana - $25 PENDING Astro Boy Omega Factor - Make Offer Advance war 2 - $30 Advance War - $40 Shining force $40 Rivera - $30 Tron 2.0 Killer App - $10 River City Ransom - $60 WarioWare Twisted - $30 Sigma Star - $25 Guardian Heroes - $20 GBA BOX & Manual ONLY: Zelda Minish Cap - Make Offer Golden Sun The Lost Ark - Make Offer x2 Mr. Driller 2 - Make Offer Kingdom Hearts Chain of Memories - Make Offer PENDING PS4: Doom - $20 PS3: Akiba's Trip - $12 Atelier Meruru - $12 Atelier Ayesha - $12 Tales of Xillia - $12 Mugen Soul Z - $12 PENDING Rune Factory Tides of Destiny - $10 Trinity Universe - $30 Tales of Grace f - $12 Guided Fate Paradox - $12 Agarest War Zero - $12 Dragon's Crown Disgaea 3 - $6 PENDING Disgaea 4 - $8 PENDING Ar tonelic Qoga - $15 Atelier Rorona: The Alchemist of Arland Limited Edition - $35 Other/Misc: NES - Star Solider NEW - Make Offer NES - MappyLand NEW - Make Offer PS2 - .hack Infection PS2 - .hack Mutation PS2 - .hack Outbreak PS2 - .hack Quarantine - Prefer to Sell as a set, but will break it up if I can't PSP - Final Fantasy Tactics - $8 Time and Eternaty Soundtrack - ?
  12. Hey Guys, so lately we have been working on full force to acquire prototypes along their rights to finish the games and publish them. I want to keep this thread open to discuss the games that we have acquired and the status of each game (usually we get games incomplete). -Game Name - Status - Description -Dorke and Ymp SNES - Fully Playable - New World added from source code acquired, New music, bug fixes, and additional boss fights. Available for purchase at http://pikointeractive.com/store.htmland Steam. - Pinkie SNES - Fully Playable - debug mode turned off - Currently WTB CD32 and Megadrive protos. Scheduled to release in 2017 -Indigo ST/Amiga - Fully Playable - Game fully playable dumps available online. We are planning GBA/GenesisJaguar ports along physical CD32 physical release. -Tyrannosaurus Tex GBC - Fully Playable - Proto Rom acquired from fellow Assemblergames member, seems to be fully playable working on a couple of small things that need polish. Physical release for GBC planned for 2017. PC Remaster planned as well as Genesis port planned. -Jim Power The Lost Dimension Genesis - Fully Playable - Optimized to work on both PAL and NTSC, fully playable with all songs, will be released in a planned Jim Power Crowdfunding campaign along with every physical version of every Retro platform. -Video Kid SNES - NOT FOUND - Unfortunately the programmer and sub-publisher lost all data of the SNES version. WTB SNES prototype. Hoping Kaneko Japan has a back up somewhere. -Switchblade II NES - NOT FOUND - Developer who coded mentioned he may have a back up but lead went cold. Currently WTB prototype of the NES version; hoping Kaneko Japan has a back up. -Madness House of Fun Genesis - FOUND - Found the source code which seems to be complete or almost complete. No Binaries. This version is called PJ in the Dreamland. Hoping to get it compiled somehow. -ODEMA GBA - Found /WIP - Found the source code for part of the games, art assets for the full game and very early build of the game. Game will be re-written from scratch it seems. Have a lead of a collector that owns a later proto but not willing to sell. WTB Proto for ODEMA GBA I've been very busy, this is time consuming and expensive, but I'm glad there is progress. Any comments or questions please let me know. Any lead of attainable license/rights protos would be appreciated!
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