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#1
Re: Batterie wechseln bei Wario Land
Posted on: 11/25 1:55
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Joined 8/20
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#2
Homebrew Box Template
Posted on: 11/17 2:30
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Joined 8/20
18 Posts
I was working on this for a while. I was gonna do a bit more with it, such as get it professionally printed to test coloring and sharpness, then make some final adjustments. But I've been incredibly busy lately and just decided to release it for the community to have at it. Hopefully someone with more time and artistic talent than myself can continue on with it and make an even more flawless box. If you do, I ask that you keep it public. I spent a lot of time on this myself specifically with the intent on having a public box.

Almost everything can be turned on and off individually. It's essentially a fully customizable box template. The box cuts and sizing of everything is all extremely accurate as well, I measured everything out by hand. I recreated the background and most of the elements of the box the best I could. First image is pretty much everything turned off, second image is pretty much everything turned on. The file is a PDN (Paint Dot Net) file and I had to put it in a RAR archive as it was a hair larger than the max file size. Enjoy.

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Edited by Yamagushi on 2019/11/17 2:54
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#3
Re: LF: Virtual Boy Game Box Inlays
Posted on: 10/26 15:00
VB Gamer
Joined 8/20
18 Posts
Another option if you are interested in making them, https://www.planetvb.com/modules/newbb ... php?topic_id=7303&forum=3

You might also be able to get some repro makers to print them on quality cardstock and send em to you for cutting and assembly.
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#4
Re: MultiBoy 32
Posted on: 10/12 15:48
VB Gamer
Joined 8/20
18 Posts
With Flashboy no longer being produced, I think most people would welcome any solution. Wouldn't hurt to have two tiers, a cheaper and a more expensive option. I'm guessing Multiboy32 will be pretty pricey and it might turn a lot of people off, having a cheaper simple option like a Flashboy might help expand the market for homebrew. Could do a Flashboy32 and a Multiboy32.
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#5
Re: NFR Cart Differences
Posted on: 9/28 15:51
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Joined 8/20
18 Posts
Quote:

AceGrey wrote:
I only have to game so far but here are some photos!


I appreciate the effort, but specifically looking for comparisons of the NFR and Retail Wario Land and Red Alarm carts.

Quote:

boye wrote:
My Wario board has a 6 on it, if that helps.


If you could upload images and list if it's NFR or retail that would be helpful.
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#6
Re: NFR Cart Differences
Posted on: 9/26 22:07
VB Gamer
Joined 8/20
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Quote:

boye wrote:
I noticed my non-NFR copy of Wario Land had an NFR board.


Could you take pictures and provide more information? What I have found is very limited and may not prove anything. I need more people to check their NFC and Retail carts, and post their results here so we can find any trends and potentially find something that only exists in one or the other.
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#7
Re: vb burn out
Posted on: 9/25 23:57
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Joined 8/20
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Before you do that, you might want to make sure it's a display issue rather than a power issue. Those two ribbons you see in your image, on the very left and right. One side plugs in, the other side is glued on. Press on the glued on sides while powered on to see if you observe any difference. If you see the screens correct/come on while you are pressing, it's a display issue caused by the ribbons coming unglued, if not, it may not be display related.
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#8
Re: NFR Cart Differences
Posted on: 9/21 20:38
VB Gamer
Joined 8/20
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I also noticed on the backs. Both NFR games have A Silver N. Where as the others have a silver Y and I.

First is Red Alarm. NFR on the Left, with a Silver N. Retail on the Right with a Silver I.

Next is Wario Land. Retail on the Left with a Silver Y. NFR on the Right, again with a an N instead (green).

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#9
NFR Cart Differences
Posted on: 9/21 20:12
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Joined 8/20
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I'm curious about the differences between the NFR carts and looking for others input on the differences I have found.

On Red Alarm, the main chip has entirely different writing on it, making it very easy to verify.

Wario Land however the only difference I'm noticing is the battery has a 95-06 date rather than a 95-07 date, this may just be a coincidence, so I'm curious what other people's retail and NFR carts have.

I've attached comparison pictures of both. Both carts I have compared to 2 retail carts I own, the differences were consistent. Both retail Red Alarm's say Toshiba on the chip, the NFR does not. Both retail Wario Lands have the 95-07 date, the NFR does not.

Another possible difference is that both NFR versions have the number 6 on the board versus any other number. Again could just be coincidence. But perhaps a pattern will emerge in the smaller details.


The images on the left are NFR, the right are retail.

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Edited by Yamagushi on 2019/9/21 21:17
Edited by Yamagushi on 2019/9/21 21:22
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#10
Re: The Noteworthy Auction Threadô
Posted on: 9/8 1:26
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Joined 8/20
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Heh I didn't even see that one. I wonder if it's the same guy. I messaged him letting him know it's basically worthless as all he has now is a retail cart with a destroyed label, he's convinced he'll get at least $50 and said he priced it like that as "good marketing" lol.
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