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Messages - James Cree

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Likely it would just be easier to use the power button when on a super Nintendo, it seems a lot more easier that way just expect a lot of clicking sounds.

The power button isn't going to bring up the in game menu though, is it?

Having a physical button inside the cart is way less convenient than a button combo.
Not everyone uses an actual handheld to play Gameboy games.

I'm using a Wide Boy 64, and it will be a pain in the ass to have to get up and walk across the room every time I want to make a savestate.

Still waiting for Krikzz to comment.
Could a button combo trigger be added via firmware?

Yep it brings up the menu while pressing reset restarts the game you have previously played.

As the Super Gameboy can only load up the game if it isn't fully turned off, turning off and on your SNES brings you back to the menu.

This also applies to boarders on SGB enhanced games the device will always keep the boarder on until the device is turned off so likely if an in game button menu did exist kind of like how the SD2 SNES did it in the future you would likely be able to use the boarders from any game on any non enhanced game complete with its pallet set.

Dude, I'm talking about the in game menu, not the front end.

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Likely it would just be easier to use the power button when on a super Nintendo, it seems a lot more easier that way just expect a lot of clicking sounds.

The power button isn't going to bring up the in game menu though, is it?

Having a physical button inside the cart is way less convenient than a button combo.
Not everyone uses an actual handheld to play Gameboy games.

I'm using a Wide Boy 64, and it will be a pain in the ass to have to get up and walk across the room every time I want to make a savestate.

Still waiting for Krikzz to comment.
Could a button combo trigger be added via firmware?

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EverDrive GBA / Re: GBA "x7" (Standard Size) to be released soon?
« on: October 20, 2019, 05:00 PM »
as old component hard to get or re-design of pcb
there are always newer models

But usually those newer models aren't renamed in such a way that it appears they have more features, when they actually don't.

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EverDrive GBA / Re: GBA "x7" (Standard Size) to be released soon?
« on: August 27, 2019, 10:38 PM »
It would be great if Krikzz still read his own forums sometimes.
That way he could comment and clear up the confusion.

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EverDrive GBA / Re: New EZ Omega is better than X5?
« on: August 26, 2019, 04:01 PM »
Someone got Wolfenstien 3D to work on Gameboy color...

https://www.engadget.com/2016/12/19/wolfenstein-3d-ported-to-game-boy-color-on-turbocharged-cart/

But it actually took putting a seperate CPU on the custom cartridge they made.

Technically if you did something like a Super Gameboy where the entire gameboy system is put into a cartridge, you might get it to 'work' partially.  Sure if you had a large enough and fast enough FPGA on a flashcart, and that flashcart FPGA could 'be a SNES' hardware/cpu/graphics processing, and just pass the video and sound through the speaker, and screen, then it might be possible to 'see' the game played on a GBA.

However, that woudl still leave the problem of 'not enough buttons'.... THere are a handful of SNES games that don't utilize all the buttons anyways, so those would probably be able to be played on the system if buttons are mapped properly. But most of the  best games utilize all the buttons, and there simply aren't enough on the system. One way to possibly get around that is do 'combo button' pushes, but that could cause problems itself like being overly complicated, and having actions you don't want to do happen before before you can pull of a combo.

Also dealing with an FPGA and other hardware that could handle this? Probably extremely expensive... at least $200... the other issue is it would have to be essentially an extremely shrunken down Mister or Super NT basically, and that might not be feasible on a GBA size cart, even if you made a special cart that stuck out as much as needed (for example something closer to the Warioware Twisted cart, or larger)...

But at that point you are no longer using the actual original hardware.
You could make a cart that runs PC games and just passes video and sound down to the GBA, but I wouldn't be interested in that shit :-)

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EverDrive GBA / Re: New EZ Omega is better than X5?
« on: August 26, 2019, 11:55 AM »
Coming soon :o



Yeah, I understand this is a Krikzz forum, but not sure why people are recommending the X5 so vehemently when it seems the only benefit it has over the EZO is better battery life (I'll be using my DS and GBASP for this so I can always recharge the batteries before fully drained) and better build quality. Plus it will cost $40-50 more. Can someone who owns both chime in? I want to order soon as I'll be leaving on a relatively long trip and my only form of gaming will probably be with this flash cart.
Well,  the EZFLash Omega clocks drifts over time considerably by several minutes. Also if the EZOmega malfunctions after 6 months can you get an almost free replacement/fix from your chinese seller? I guess not.

Looks awfully like the X5, I don't know how it seems to be smaller as it still has the huge top area for the extra stuff. I think a huge selling point would be if someone managed to advance the SNESAdvance support feature. I know the X5 had native for Game Gear, NES and Master System but as from what I managed to re-create to make SNES games actually work better on a GBA this is a must and would be vastly superior as a selling point.

Every post you make you have to mention SNESadvance. Lol
It's never going to be any good. The GBA doesn't have the power, the resolution or the buttons.
Nobody cares about it, man. It's only ever going to be an experiment, it will never be usable.

Yeah... no one will care about it as it needed time and effort to work...

Also guess these 4 imgur links really don't show progress do they?

https://imgur.com/a/lpxsOam

https://imgur.com/a/EFVLq5l

https://imgur.com/a/KW8jkJP

https://imgur.com/a/j3vH4Jb

The first image is the premade one the other is the correction

A bunch of screen shots don't change the 6fps, no sound, cut off screen and physical lack of 2 buttons.
It.
Will.
Not.
Work.

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EverDrive GBA / Re: New EZ Omega is better than X5?
« on: August 26, 2019, 06:09 AM »
Coming soon :o



Yeah, I understand this is a Krikzz forum, but not sure why people are recommending the X5 so vehemently when it seems the only benefit it has over the EZO is better battery life (I'll be using my DS and GBASP for this so I can always recharge the batteries before fully drained) and better build quality. Plus it will cost $40-50 more. Can someone who owns both chime in? I want to order soon as I'll be leaving on a relatively long trip and my only form of gaming will probably be with this flash cart.
Well,  the EZFLash Omega clocks drifts over time considerably by several minutes. Also if the EZOmega malfunctions after 6 months can you get an almost free replacement/fix from your chinese seller? I guess not.

Looks awfully like the X5, I don't know how it seems to be smaller as it still has the huge top area for the extra stuff. I think a huge selling point would be if someone managed to advance the SNESAdvance support feature. I know the X5 had native for Game Gear, NES and Master System but as from what I managed to re-create to make SNES games actually work better on a GBA this is a must and would be vastly superior as a selling point.

Every post you make you have to mention SNESadvance. Lol
It's never going to be any good. The GBA doesn't have the power, the resolution or the buttons.
Nobody cares about it, man. It's only ever going to be an experiment, it will never be usable.

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EverDrive GBA / Re: New EZ Omega is better than X5?
« on: August 26, 2019, 06:06 AM »
If you look around you can find the Omega for $20-$30 including shipping. I don't expect it to be anywhere the build quality of the $100-$120 X5.

The difference is that the Omega is machine assembled and everdrives are human assembled.

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EverDrive GBA / Re: New EZ Omega is better than X5?
« on: August 24, 2019, 01:07 PM »
Looks nice, but if it's just a shrunken X5 then I won't be bothering.
Krikzz doesn't actually answer the features question.

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EverDrive GBA / Re: New EZ Omega is better than X5?
« on: August 22, 2019, 12:21 PM »
Yeah definitely the X5.
Who doesn't love spending more money for less features, right?

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EverDrive GBA / Re: New EZ Omega is better than X5?
« on: July 17, 2019, 02:21 AM »
We'll have to wait and see about the Mega SD.
I have pre-ordered it as it looks truly epic.

I just hope it doesn't have a laundry list of issues like the Super SD System 3 did.

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EverDrive GBA / Re: New EZ Omega is better than X5?
« on: July 16, 2019, 02:57 AM »
Ah, it's probably because I'm not playing on a handheld that I haven't had that save issue.
It takes me a while to get my ass up and switch off. Lol


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EverDrive GBA / Re: New EZ Omega is better than X5?
« on: July 15, 2019, 01:14 PM »
I haven't had any issues at all yet.
So far so good!

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EverDrive GBA / Re: New EZ Omega is better than X5?
« on: July 14, 2019, 09:31 AM »
Well I just got an Omega on a whim because they are so cheap now,  and I have to say I am very surprised at how much I like it!
It may actually replace my X5, which was bought to replace my EZflash IV. Lol

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EverDrive GBA / Re: GBA Game Performance Issues
« on: July 14, 2019, 04:13 AM »
Words and stuff.

That's some damn nice investigation skills, man.

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