Anything else related to bsnes goes there.
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The problem is that the super gameboy isn't just a ROM, it's essentially an entire gameboy color - there's chips to emulate, which means you have to get the timing right, which (if done at bsnes' standard) would slow things to a crawl.
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First off, i have a working super gameboy rom(from *link removed*), and second , couldn't it be done in a way similar to sonic and kuckles with sonic2/3 on sega.
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...No. Re-read what he said. The SGB is a Gameboy in a giant cartridge. The rom you have is just the BIOS file for the SGB.
S&K is completely different. It's a game designed to work with another game. It's not a handheld in a cart.
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megadude wrote:First off, i have a working super gameboy rom(from *link removed*), and second , couldn't it be done in a way similar to sonic and kuckles with sonic2/3 on sega.
This is the second time I've seen you posting a ROM web site.
And no, it can't be done in a way similar to Sonic and Knuckles and Sonic 2/3.
Also, just having the ROM doesn't help either.
I.S.T beat me to it.
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No posting links to ROM sites (even if we have to take the extra step to copy+paste into the browser)
that is all
<Nach> so why don't the two of you get your own room and leave us alone with this stupidity of yours?