play GBA ROMs on R4 card?

Discussion in 'Technical Help' started by ravage, Dec 31, 2009.

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  1. ravage

    ravage New Member

    Since I'm new here this may have been covered else where but I wouldn't know where to begin to look. So my quick question is:

    Is there away to play GBA ROMs on the same R4 card I use for my NDS ROMs?

    I don't wish to buy another card for the GBA slot on my DS light. It would be nice if I can play GBA roms via the the same R4 I use for my NDS ROMs. Thanks!
  2. ndsrom-peach

    ndsrom-peach New Member

    I dont know but whats ds light??
  3. Jhon 591

    Jhon 591 Well-Known Member

    A lighter version of the original DS

    And ravage , no its not possable to play GBA games on a DS though a basic R4 card

    But you can however use over emulators like GB,gbc,sega megadrive
  4. TirithRR

    TirithRR New Member

    The only way is to use a Slot 2 card like the EZFlash 3 in 1 to play GBA games.
  5. Jhon 591

    Jhon 591 Well-Known Member

    I might think about this card, mabe £15 in english money?, But a wonder dose it suport alll gba games, are just certin ones...
  6. TirithRR

    TirithRR New Member

    It works with pretty much every GBA game.
  7. Jhon 591

    Jhon 591 Well-Known Member

    Chears thanks TirithRR, Have a good new year!.
  8. ravage

    ravage New Member

    These responses answer my question perfectly...thanks guys. I'll just wait and hope Nintendo releases some kind of all star game cart that has all of the metroid game I love and miss.
  9. matty999555

    matty999555 New Member

    Hmm. Look at this
    I am currently playing the legend of zelda minish cap on it and it works fine
  10. ikj12

    ikj12 New Member

    So far, that emulator only works on the iPlayer because of the extra "horsepower" it has. For any other flashcart, the EV Flash should let you play GBA games.
  11. TirithRR

    TirithRR New Member

    Yes, the iPlayer can run a GBA emulator. But we are talking about the R4.
    I really wish people would stop bringing up the iPlayer when ever anyone asks about running GBA games on the R4, M3, Acekard, etc, etc, etc.

    The iPlayer is not the solution to running GBA games from these flashcarts.
  12. ace1o1

    ace1o1 Active Member

    exactly, the iPlayer can't play nds games. It's for movies and music...that's it really.

    To play GBA on a DSL you need a slot 2 flash cart. Or rather a GBA Flash Cart.

    You can use an ez flash iv -

    or better yet, like TirrithRR said, an ez flash 3 in 1 (Recommended). -
  13. Moleman

    Moleman New Member

    I was using the 3-1 but it died and would not save any games. It just came apart inside when trying to change the battery. Are they reliable and was it just a dud that i had. Why has no one got made an gba emulator for the ds yet???
  14. ArmsCorp

    ArmsCorp New Member

    The reason there are no emulators is because most flashcarts in a simplified term "cant support the stress". Too much is needed to run the games from an emulator, just like how certain computers cant run Xeon is PSX emulators because there's just not enough power in their ram. Slot 2 cards are made specifically to house the needed ram and thus give you the normal speed needed to run the game. In a sense the Slot 2 cards are just physical emulators for the games, and because of its tangibility you have to pay the price >.> usually 3-10 USD (still unsure as to why since some s2 cards are shxty) and not worth more than a penny in my opinion
  15. shanerathbone

    shanerathbone New Member

    what about dsi whith acekard2i for gba games
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    what about dsi whith acekard2i for gba games
  16. ace1o1

    ace1o1 Active Member

    simply impossible.

    the only flash cart that can play ds, gba, and snes games straight off of it is the Supercard DSTWO:

    It's for the dsi yes. I'll get one just for fun!!XD

    oh yeah...and don't double post if someone doesn't answer your question within 2 seconds....
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