Looking for a cheap alternative to existing flash carts/Ever

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madickjigosanon
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Looking for a cheap alternative to existing flash carts/Ever

Post by madickjigosanon » Mon Nov 11, 2019 1:43 pm

I just found out about the Zelda randomizer mod and was hoping to play this on an actual NES console. I didn't want to invest the $100+ for this though, as I'm not looking to have one cart cover my collection, just for something fun like this.

I own multiple copies of the game legitimately but wanted to enjoy this version without having to play on PC. Thoughts?

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Re: Looking for a cheap alternative to existing flash carts/

Post by dougeff » Mon Nov 11, 2019 2:16 pm

An MMC1 board, programmable, from INL is $17.

A dumper/programmer is $35 to $52.

That would be a minimum $52 plus shipping.
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