Flashcarts

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Flashcarts are custom made game cartridges that allow users to put ROM dumps of games in them. This can be useful to play especially rare games on the original hardware, without having to pay for expensive collectible cartridges.

Game Boy Advance

EZ-Flash IV

The last GBA Flashcart still in production. Uses a microSD. Since the original wiki is disused and falling apart, we have imported it's data into here.

SNES

Flashcarts on SNES can be a tough and expensive proposition depending on the game you want to play, since some SNES games use special accelerator chips such as the SA-1 and the SuperFX, which can only be simulated through FPGAs.

  • SD2SNES - Contains an FPGA allowing you to