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Yeah thats a good deal, thats probably closer to what you would pay normally for 1 not 2.

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11 hours ago, 0078265317 said:

Aren't the euro pads rare or not as common as the use sticks.  So is this a good deal or not?



6 watchers. years ago these were like $15 each at Best 


 

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2 hours ago, roadrunner said:



6 watchers. years ago these were like $15 each at Best 


 

That is where I got mine. I thought the price of these would go down considerably with all the (superior?) aftermarket fan made ones on ebay but I guess not...

 

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17 minutes ago, Crazy Climber said:

That is where I got mine. I thought the price of these would go down considerably with all the (superior?) aftermarket fan made ones on ebay but I guess not...

 

On ebay there was a 150 ish besides the ones I mentioned yesterday.  Today its 130.  So they aren't cheap anymore.

 

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Atari-CX78-Controller-Blank-New-/273812200582?mkcid=16&mkevt=1&_trksid=p2349624.m46890.l6249&mkrid=707-127634-2357-0

 

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17 hours ago, 0078265317 said:

I also found this multicart with an sd slot.  Probably knockoff.  But a lot cheaper that ever drive.

 

Nes multihart with sd slot

 

Pre-loaded ripoff everdrive, since the schematics and parts are out there some choose to make clones, load up an SD card with games illegally, then sell them as multicarts because somehow they get banned less on ebay.

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On 12/15/2021 at 8:46 PM, 0078265317 said:

I also found this multicart with an sd slot.  Probably knockoff.  But a lot cheaper that ever drive.

 

Nes multihart with sd slot

 

 

It is an N8 clone. These are $30 cheaper on Aliexpress. While I will not condone clones and I have purchased MANY official Krikzz flashcarts (including a real N8) I purchased one of these as a beater to bring around with a NES to parties and such so that I don't have to take out my good hardware. And yeah, it works exactly the same. MicroSD...copy roms...etc. 

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46 minutes ago, eightbit said:

 

It is an N8 clone. These are $30 cheaper on Aliexpress. While I will not condone clones and I have purchased MANY official Krikzz flashcarts (including a real N8) I purchased one of these as a beater to bring around with a NES to parties and such so that I don't have to take out my good hardware. And yeah, it works exactly the same. MicroSD...copy roms...etc. 

I don't need a full everdrive.  I wish there was a small flash cart for nes or famicom with only 5mb builtin.  I just need to load the gun zapper games.  Or how many mb would all these 20 games take up?

 

https://www.mobygames.com/attribute/sheet/attributeId,280/p,22/

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3 hours ago, 0078265317 said:

I don't need a full everdrive.  I wish there was a small flash cart for nes or famicom with only 5mb builtin.  I just need to load the gun zapper games.  Or how many mb would all these 20 games take up?

 

https://www.mobygames.com/attribute/sheet/attributeId,280/p,22/

 

 

What do you mean a "full" everdrive? Just copy the games you want to play to it...

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7 hours ago, eightbit said:

 

 

What do you mean a "full" everdrive? Just copy the games you want to play to it...

I mean ever drive is too expensive.  I wish there was a cheaper flash cart with only 5 to 10mb on it.  No sd slot.

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I got it immediately, guess it shows how long I've been online, but back in the upper 1990s earlier 00s there were many kits out there, all of them typically used LPT cables and were slow, others used old standard USB and typically had a device that had a dock (LPT docked too.)  Gameboy/Color and GBA had these and the storage usually was like 32Mbit, 64Mbit, I recall 128 256 and 512 for the GBA stuff before SD cards took over.  You fit what you could in the space and they'd instantly fire up like a legit cart, no loading from the memory card.

 

In a way pretty handy, you have your own DIY multicart where you pick from a short list of what you want and just have that, not a library in your pocket.

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I mean ever drive is too expensive.  I wish there was a cheaper flash cart with only 5 to 10mb on it.  No sd slot.

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You need something like this for the nes. Jason Kopp sells these for $25 including shipping and they have 160 games on them.

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24 minutes ago, adamchevy said:


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You need something like this for the nes. Jason Kopp sells these for $25 including shipping and they have 160 games on them.

Link? I so NEED that!

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Great just needs a USB port so I can add games.  I need all the modified gun games with timing fixed for lcd.  That is it nothing else.

Theirs always something like the PiTrex. It has a raspberry pi Zero and SD card that you can move between your computer and console

for testing purposes.

 

https://www.ombertech.com/pitrexdev.php

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