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GAMECUBE EMULATOR FAQ
What do i need to play Emulators on my GameCube?
Firstly you need this a Gamecube, like below
Or even the ultra cool but expensive Panasonic Gamecube
which doubles as a DVD player too ;)
Then you need the Game Boy Player for the Gamecube
If you have the Panasonic Gamecube you will need the Gameboy
Player for that Console:
Theres a New Product out that fits into the Memory Slot
of your Gamecube if you dont like the look of the Gameboy
If all that sounds confusing and you dont own either of
them above then why not get the combined pack:
Next you need a flash Linker and cartridge
The G6 Flash Cart Linker , the most popular and top quality
back up/dev unit for Gameboy Advance, is now available with
big 1G flash cartridge capacity. USB linker is included in this
Alternatively theres the Flash 2 Advance 1Gig
Which does the same as the G6Flash above
Operates on a single USB to GBA link port cable, the most
portable fashion device for your package, GBA and GBA SP compatible.
Real time clock and calendar built-in, perfect for Pokemon
and future RTC compatible games, and also ideal for third-party
PDA-like applications. Fastest data transfer rate on the market,
only 75s needed for burning a 64M game.
Play small games no greater than 2M directly via cable, no
cart needed, best solution for developers, FC emu games and
ebook applications. Hardware saver support, perfect support
for all kinds of current and future saver types, and all games.
4-Key reboot to game loader in game; software reboot after
burning finished, avoid to turn GBA off and on frequently.
Faster and higher density flash chips mounted, smooth operation
for all time critical games, no speed patch needed. And 128M,
256M and 512M cart capacity available.The EZFA cable is ready
to go for future GBA-Internet interactive applications, more
fun you can have with your EZFA.Basically thats all you need
oh and not forgetting a PC to transfer the files to your cartridge,
sites like GAMECUBE Emulation have many emulators and Homebrew
roms software etc and while the cost is steep to begin with,
the joy of playing the old classics on your Game Boy Advance
is something not to be missed.
Any Questions ask in the Forum:)