Mitsume ga Tooru DIY

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snezzdev
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Mitsume ga Tooru DIY

Post by snezzdev » Thu Mar 26, 2020 1:48 am

I want to make Mitsume ga Tooru game using famicom donor cart.
Here is some info http://bootgod.dyndns.org:7777/profile.php?id=4768
I see there 2 memory ICs. 23C1010BCZ T06 and 23C1013BCZ W90
Am i correct that i need to replace both of them ? Which modern memory ICs should i use to replace them ?

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Re: Mitsume ga Tooru DIY

Post by Bregalad » Thu Mar 26, 2020 1:53 am

Stop butchering rare games and use a flash card.

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Re: Mitsume ga Tooru DIY

Post by tepples » Thu Mar 26, 2020 7:45 am

Moved to Reproduction.

I understand it as wanting to make a reproduction of Mitsume ga Tooru, a TLROM game, on some random donor board. There are probably dozens of common TLROM games whose board would be compatible.

I don't know where snezzdev is located, but not all countries have affordable EverDrive/PowerPak-style CF/SD adapter flash carts. Some even lay prohibitive import duties on single-game flash carts from Infinite NES Lives and the like.

Both chips are 128Kx8-bit mask ROMs. You'll need something like a 29F010 or 39SF010A to replace them on the TLROM donor that you have chosen.

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