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How To Transfer ROMS Between A Mobile Phone And A GB USB Smart Card - There are no drivers to install with this method. To set it up is very simple.


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So you have a GB USB Smart card, but have no idea how to get games onto it? Here is the full tutorial on how to do just that.

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RetroCollect are organising the first and biggest Video Game Market ever to be held in the United Kingdom. Retro Towers will be selling products there.', '

Come and meet us at the RetroCollect''s Video Game Market on the 15th of March 2014.

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The Ultimate Mega Everdrive Set Up Instructions', 'The Ultimate Mega Everdrive Set Up Instructions - Do you want to know everything that your Mega Everdrive can do? This tutorial will help you find that out!

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It is a flash cart for the NES that lets you play roms directly on your console without using an emulator. This means the game play is exactly the same as it would be when playing the real physical games. There is no need to worry about added lag, missing pixels, incorrect colours, high pitch music or any other problems that emulators sometimes have, because this uses the real hardware.

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Today a lot of Gamegears have problems with the screen and sound, but this game gear screen fix and sound fix will allow your game gear to be working just like it used to.  Examples of some of the problems that can be fixed include the ghost lines, dim screen, screen only visible when looking from a sharp angle, Game Gear turning off and quiet or no sound from the speakers.

 

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The Super UFO Pro 8 is a flash cart for the Super Nintendo System. It is similar to one of the older game copiers from the 90s like the game doctor SF and the UFO super drive except the Super UFO Pro 8 allows you to back up your SNES games to an SD card instead of a floppy disk.


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