TG Allowed & Disallowed Multi / Flash Carts

  1. TG Allowed & Disallowed Multi / Flash Carts

    07-02-2010, 06:00 AM
    Allowed
    *Atarimax Maxflash Programmer http://atarimax.com/flashcart/documentation

    *Atarimax Atari 5200 128-in-1 Flash Cart http://atarimax.com/usb5200/documentation

    *Atarimax Colecovision 128-in-1 Flash Cart http://atarimax.com/usbcoleco/documentation

    *Atarimax Ultimate SD http://atarimax.com/colecosd/documentation

    *Cuttle Cart 2
    *Cuttle Cart 3 http://schells.com/cc3.shtml

    *Harmony Cart http://harmony.atariage.com

    *Richard Hutchinson's VecFlash
    *Richard Hutchinson's VecMulti http://richard.hutchinson.dsl.pipex.com

    *Sean Kelly's Vectrex Multicart
    *Sean Kelly's 2600 Multicart
    *Sean Kelly's 5200 Multicart v1 & v2

    *John Dondzila's Odyssey2/Videopac Multicart http://classicgamecreations.com/order.html

    *1541 Ultimate-II http://1541ultimate.net - Reputable disc images: GB64.com, C64.com, C64G.com.

    *Everdrive Carts http://krikzz.com - Make sure to show that Cheat Codes are empty before loading the game.

    *​Andrew Coleman's Vectrex Multicart
    http://vectrex.playntradeonline.com/shop.html - The hacked games included are not allowed.

    *LTO Intellivision Flash Cart http://ltoflash.leftturnonly.info/

    *PowerPaks http://www.retrousb.com/index.php?cPath=24

    Disallowed
    *Unknown 5200 Multicart
    *The hacked games on Andrew Coleman's Vectrex Multicart are not allowed.

    NOTE: I removed most of the disallowed carts from the list. Looking back on it, I realized I was being a bit hardcore regarding audio sources.
    Last edited by RaGeNyC; 09-25-2017 at 09:36 PM.
  2. Re: TG Allowed & Disallowed Multi / Flash Carts

    07-02-2010, 01:03 PM
    I'm just GUESSING - but I'd have to say you could probably add the
    - NES powerpak
    - SNES powerpak
    to the not allowed list.


    These are available from retrousb.com and allow you to put your own rom files, they work good if any ones looking for something like this though. Starting at $135.00 for every game to be in your original console at all times.
  3. Re: TG Allowed & Disallowed Multi / Flash Carts

    07-03-2010, 01:12 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by indecipherable
    I'm just GUESSING - but I'd have to say you could probably add the
    - NES powerpak
    - SNES powerpak
    to the not allowed list.
    Carts for the NES and SNES aren't being considered. I'm reserving the Not Allowed list for any other carts for the systems I listed, and possibley others from the late 70's to early 80's that are not valid for score submissions.

    Regardless, I think the Powerpak is a great purchase, just to have every game on one convenient cart.
    my pronouns: f/you.
  4. Re: TG Allowed & Disallowed Multi / Flash Carts

    07-08-2010, 08:27 PM
    I've been wanting to bring this up for a long time.

    What about this?

    Please watch


    1. Take a SNES game

    2. Rip out the eprom chip

    3. Burn a different game onto a eprom chip

    4. Install the eprom chip into the SNES cart


    The guy in the video clearly shows that it is possible and it works.

    If a person does this and they submit it to Twin Galaxies by VHS the referee would never know.

    If someone did this, they could play tons of SNES game for free.

    My question is: How would a referee know if someone did this? I would really like an answer.
  5. Re: TG Allowed & Disallowed Multi / Flash Carts

    07-09-2010, 11:26 AM
    Well, a referee wouldn't know. We do this at the university. It's more of an honesty and hope thing, although - it's EXACTLY the same. We've ran ZAMN,SMW and a lot of other titles side by side and you could never know.
  6. Re: TG Allowed & Disallowed Multi / Flash Carts

    07-09-2010, 09:37 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by RaGe
    Here's a list of which Multi/Flash carts may and may not be used for score submissions. Due to possible legal implications (and other issues), Flash Carts for newer consoles than the ones listed below are not being considered.

    Allowed
    *Atarimax Maxflash Programmer for Atari 8 Bit
    *Atarimax Atari 5200 128-in-1 Flash Cart
    *Atarimax Colecovision 128-in-1 Flash Cart
    *Cuttle Cart 2 for the Atari 7800
    *Cuttle Cart 3 for the Intellivision
    *Harmony (used for regular Atari 2600 games)
    *Richard Hutchinson's VecFlash for the Vectrex
    *Sean Kelly's Vectrex Multicart
    *John Dondzila's Odyssey2/Videopac Multicart

    Disallowed
    *Cuttle Cart 1 for the Atari 2600
    *The Intellicart! for the Intellivision
    *Harmony (used for Supercharger Atari 2600 games)
    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    This list may be added to in the future.


    Rage,

    Is the Sean Kelly's Atari 2600 Multicart allowed?
    Hopefully so, since the one for the Vectrex is allowed.
  7. Re: TG Allowed & Disallowed Multi / Flash Carts

    07-10-2010, 11:20 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by marcamy
    Rage,

    Is the Sean Kelly's Atari 2600 Multicart allowed?
    Hopefully so, since the one for the Vectrex is allowed.
    Yes, they're allowed. See above for the 5200 multicart.
    my pronouns: f/you.
  8. Re: TG Allowed & Disallowed Multi / Flash Carts

    07-10-2010, 01:50 PM
    Are 2600 games played on a 7800 using a CC2 ok?

    It's my understanding there is a complete 2600 system in the 7800.
  9. Re: TG Allowed & Disallowed Multi / Flash Carts

    07-10-2010, 02:17 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by dave88
    Are 2600 games played on a 7800 using a CC2 ok?
    Yep, I'll add that up top.

    Quote Originally Posted by dave88
    It's my understanding there is a complete 2600 system in the 7800.
    Yea, it was the first backwards compatible console.
    my pronouns: f/you.
  10. Re: TG Allowed & Disallowed Multi / Flash Carts

    10-03-2010, 02:10 PM
    Are you going to add AtariMax Ultimate SD for ColecoVision?

    Thanks
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