Perfect for homebrew, the NES flash cart

If you ever wanted to test out your hacked up copy of Zelda Outlands or try out the California Raisins on your toaster NES this tool is for you. This homebrew project is a NES flash cart. It’s been tested to work with popular games like Super Mario Brothers 3 and unpopular rarities like Sunday Funday. Now if GrandTheftendo ever gets finished I’ll have a use for this.

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Check out the developer’s site here. (via RetroGaming with Racketboy).


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