Nes Rom Tool

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Nes Rom Tool

Postby adambombgrafx » Wed Sep 27, 2017 3:09 am

Is this anything that can be used to start making my own rom carts in a relatively easy fashion? Looks like it converts a certain number of pins into the 72 Nes pins. If I can find a cheap blank rom cart that can be mounted on to this then I'd consider starting a project. Already know the legalities but I'd like to program a new cart. SD cards and emulators aren't the same. Thanks.
Also am I limited to 64k? I'm not going to solder every cart. I'd like to stick to learning the programming language and such.

https://m.dhgate.com/product/72-pin-con ... 1014495916

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Re: Nes Rom Tool

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Re: Nes Rom Tool

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