Everdrives (& other flashcarts too!)


#161

Yoshi’s island works great! The hacks work fine too!


#162

Yeeeesssss. This is the only one of the special chip games that I was bummed about the sd2snes not supporting, so this is a great day for me. Time to replay and recreate my 100% save.


#163

This is awesome, will have to try it out tonight!


#164

Did not expect people to report Yoshi running so well. Crazy


#165

Yep, it seems to run perfectly. Gave the world 5 boss a test.

Was able to use the patch that removes the baby crying too!


#166

You just made this SuperFx news awesome times two. I had no idea there was a rom hack to remove Mario’s crying in SMW2. I have never played beyond a few levels because of how grating I found it be.


#167

lol same, what a great hack! Is the crying completely gone? I think I could live with baby Mario crying once and then stopping.

Makes me wish there were something similar for the low health sound fx in Sunshine and Galaxy.


#168

There’s two available - one removes mario completely, sprites and all - when you are hit, the timer acts as Yoshi’s health.

The other just removed the crying. They’re both on romhacking and smwcentral


#169

No baby crying!? Crazy talk. Once that baby starts crying my brain is like GAAAH MUST RESCUE AND MAKE THE NOISE STOP!

Neat though :slight_smile:


#170

Millions of years of evolution culminating into a perfect video game mechanic! :slight_smile:


#171

Some people save baby Mario out of some innate parental instinct to nurture and protect, and others save baby Mario so it stops making such a damn racket.

Genius.


#172

The cost of the SD2snes is worth it alone just to remove Mario’s crying. That’s some expensive ass “DLC”!


#173

Yoshi was crying??

Heh


#174

I’m running on very little sleep today!


#175

Was your crying Yoshi keeping you up?

Wait…


#176

Has anyone else noticed that StoneAgeGamer now includes Piko Interactive licensed games with his Genesis and NES Everdrives?

https://stoneagegamer.com/mega-everdrive-x5-base.html


#177

Interesting. The default buy option is without an SD card… so the games are in the firmware?


#178

I was going to e-mail him and ask for clarification. I doubt the games are in the firmware.


#179

Nope. If you buy without an SD card, they give you a link to download the games.


#180

That’s correct. I just received an e-mail back from StoneAgeGamer:

Hey Addicted,

No, you don’t need to buy the SD card, they will be available as a download after the purchase either way. Hope this helps, let us know if you need anything else