NES Reproductions!

Includes Atari 2600, Nintendo 8-bit, Sega Master System, MSX and more!

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NES Reproductions!

Post by josh » Tue Aug 22, 2006 8:47 am

http://www.nesreproductions.com/
I'm saving up To get The earthbound cart, i bet its gonna rock just like the SNES one.

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Post by Indigno » Tue Aug 22, 2006 10:21 am

Oh, man, I'm totally getting Super Mario 2 the Lost levels. I wish they had Galaga, though...
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Post by toby dawg » Tue Aug 22, 2006 11:01 am

your a NES reproduction :lol: 8)
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Post by gamer2 » Tue Aug 22, 2006 11:08 am

I thought when NES's reproduce they create a SNES or is that when A NES and a SMS and they create a Genesis and a SNES.
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Post by im_an_alien » Tue Aug 22, 2006 11:39 am

That would be so awesome, to get LOZ:Outlands on a real cart.
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Post by ganonbanned » Tue Aug 22, 2006 12:12 pm

Yes i want to get MB2

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Post by blackbox_dev » Tue Aug 22, 2006 12:36 pm

gamer2 wrote:I thought when NES's reproduce they create a SNES or is that when A NES and a SMS and they create a Genesis and a SNES.
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Post by Bay_Wolf » Tue Aug 22, 2006 12:46 pm

Just saw this and I am looking to buy a custom cart from a zelda II hack that makes the main character Error.

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Post by arfink » Tue Aug 22, 2006 1:38 pm

Heh, I've made my own versions of some of these carts. Its pretty easy, actually, to do a single game conversion/reproduction. Although, if you use a released game rom (like, um, say something you could be resonably expected to buy for your NES) it's considered illegal, though I don't think anyone cares. Take a look at the NESDEV forums for info on how to build your own!

I currently have built a Lost Levels cart and I built a reproduction test cartridge like you see selling on ebay for ungodly amounts of money. I also built carts with hacked up version of Super Mario Bros (Mikamari and All Night Nippon) for a friend of mine, and since I charged commission I got a little ka-ching to go with it!
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Post by vb_master » Tue Aug 22, 2006 1:47 pm

arfink wrote:Heh, I've made my own versions of some of these carts. Its pretty easy, actually, to do a single game conversion/reproduction. Although, if you use a released game rom (like, um, say something you could be resonably expected to buy for your NES) it's considered illegal, though I don't think anyone cares. Take a look at the NESDEV forums for info on how to build your own!

I currently have built a Lost Levels cart and I built a reproduction test cartridge like you see selling on ebay for ungodly amounts of money. I also built carts with hacked up version of Super Mario Bros (Mikamari and All Night Nippon) for a friend of mine, and since I charged commission I got a little ka-ching to go with it!
You need an EPROM burner correct?

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Post by CronoTriggerfan » Tue Aug 22, 2006 5:49 pm

That is quite neat, actually, that someone is providing this service to people who can't. I e-mailed him asking if he could do SNES. Theres a plethera of SNES RPGs out there that never made it stateside, and it'd be nice to see them done justice.

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Post by MM007 » Tue Aug 22, 2006 5:54 pm

You do need an EEPROM burner, and chips of the 27Cxxx type that match up to the PRG and CHR ROM sizes. Also, the cart has to have the correct mapper chip, and be set to the correct type of scrolling, which is determined by a blob of solder on the cart coard.

I looked into it a couple years back and even bought an EEPROM burner, hoping to transfer some homebrew projects, like a DDR/Power Pad-based game that was in the works back then.
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Post by bioniclebert » Tue Aug 22, 2006 6:47 pm

And thanks to that list, I now know what games will work with Mother 1. Sweet! All I need to do now is learn how to program flash memory and build a programmer.
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Post by Kyosho » Tue Aug 22, 2006 7:18 pm

CronoTriggerfan wrote:That is quite neat, actually, that someone is providing this service to people who can't. I e-mailed him asking if he could do SNES. Theres a plethera of SNES RPGs out there that never made it stateside, and it'd be nice to see them done justice.

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