Recently added GBA dumps

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C. V. Reynolds
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Re: Recently added GBA dumps

Post by C. V. Reynolds » 06 Feb 2018 23:22

I still want to know where the "Advance Play" ROMs came from too. Anyone have any idea?

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Re: Recently added GBA dumps

Post by xuom2 » 07 Feb 2018 09:39

Will check this evening. Authors are temporary hidden, I have to check db. Working on authors in these days.

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Re: Recently added GBA dumps

Post by xuom2 » 07 Feb 2018 20:54

from revision history: added by DeriLoko3

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Re: Recently added GBA dumps

Post by C. V. Reynolds » 10 Feb 2018 03:19

Yes. :3

But I mean: Where did DeriLoko3 get them from? I haven't seen the device the ROMs were originally contained on.

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Re: Recently added GBA dumps

Post by xuom2 » 10 Feb 2018 09:40

his job is adding obscure hacks that we later remove :lol:

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Re: Recently added GBA dumps

Post by chillerecke » 15 May 2019 01:49

So I recently fixed and properly documented all those "Advanced Play Edition" (what does that even mean) GBA roms; turns out they were obtainable when playing the GameCube version of Animal Crossing. If you wanna take a look search for "Animal Crossing" in the GBA DB. Anyway, there were several NES ROMs in there as well, and I've added the documentation to the FDS/NES databases.

To fix DeriLoki3's "work" completly I'm looking for the files and the source of the two The Legend of Zelda N64 ROMS mentioned earlier.
https://datomatic.no-intro.org/?page=sh ... =24&n=0950
https://datomatic.no-intro.org/?page=sh ... =24&n=0951

Edit: Turns out they were both 1 byte underdumps. Thanks @Hiccup ;)

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