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That looks pretty nice! I lost a Link's Awakening save to time, I'd like to avoid doing that again.
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I find pictures of recently replaced batteries in Gameboy cartridges nice to look at for some reason, so once you've done so, feel free to post a picture lolThat looks pretty nice! I lost a Link's Awakening save to time, I'd like to avoid doing that again.
So I recently started playing GBC Mario Golf on my Everdrive-GB, and I found myself enjoying it so much that I sought out a real copy of the game to play instead. However, that introduced the minor dilemma of abandoning my EDGB save data (about 20 hours of playtime) and starting fresh on a real cart. Some quick searching led me to a Micro-64 article covering Libgbpak, an Everdrive-64 utility by Saturnus that allows dumping of GB/GBC ROMs, as well as reading from/writing to save RAM, by making use of the N64 Transfer Pak accessory. After recovering from the shock of a Transfer Pak actually being useful, I was able to transfer my EDGB save over to my real copy of Mario Golf. I suppose it's a lot of hardware just to move save data around, but I was nevertheless impressed that it's possible at all!
Wait, there's a bigger version of the IPS for the DMG? My bigger replacement is for the GBC only... Dangit, I would've gotten the bigger one for DMG if I noticed it lolI'd argue that! I've ordered a replacement shell, buttons, rubbers and lens for my DMG. I've attempted to get the lens with the wider aperture so I can fit the RIPS v4. Once I've managed to get the lens right I'll order the screen and fix the DMG's greatest failing.
Yeah, the color of my GBC changed because the white lens was sold out, so I went with my second choice, clear black with a black lens. Which is fine! I like that color a lot, too.The big problem with these new screens is they come with a lens in grey only, and I don't want that. So I'm faffing trying to get a custom one with the correct aperture.
Has anybody here used GB Studio? A few games have come out from people using this engine to make Gameboy games, and I've downloaded the thing and have been poking around in it, but it's slow going because I've never programmed anything in my life lol. Ideally I'd like to make a SaGa/Final Fantasy Legend tribute game, but that's - for now - way beyond me haha.
Okay, that looks amazing. I will check it out this weekend, most likely! And if not, I'll keep an eye on it, because, uh, wow, that art style rules hahaI've been meaning to poke around with it but haven't had the time (and need to focus on the other games I'm working on before starting another new project). A friend of mine who I'm working on the Nemo game with is also working on a Zelda-like called Kudzu though that's worth checking out.
You can adjust the horizontal and vertical axes, as well as adjust the RBG by values between 0-32 for each color. It also has "retro pixel" mode, which outlines each pixel to make it look like the original screen. This is my first GBC IPS though, so I'm not sure if previous versions had these features. And yeah, larger screen size.Does the V4 have any differences besides the larger screen size?