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    Default R0M Dumping?

    Is anybody here able to dump roms off the cartridge onto the internet? I recently acquired CARTRIDGE versions of 2 Famicom disk Exclusive games......'Doki Doki Panic' and 'Legend of Almana'

    Neither of these games are available outside of their disk system versions. I would like to make these two titles available to anyone who would prefer to play the cartridge versions (Or make repro carts for that matter)

    can anyone help me with these rare games?




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    well if you buy the new retrode you could do it. I was thinking of buying one myself actually.

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    ill look into that, thanks!

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    I LOVE Legend of Almana ... or The Miracle of Almana or whatever it's typically called.

    I call it Konami's love letter to Indiana Jones, and it's a damn fun game.
    "And the book says: 'We may be through with the past, but the past ain't through with us.'"


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    Quote Originally Posted by Frankie_Says_Relax View Post
    I LOVE Legend of Almana ... or The Miracle of Almana or whatever it's typically called.

    I call it Konami's love letter to Indiana Jones, and it's a damn fun game.
    Exactly!

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    Hey look it's Super Mario Bros. 2. I wouldn't mind playing the original.

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    Interesting finds, have you actually tested these yet (assuming you have Famicom capability)? I'm not sure about NES/Famicom dumping but this surely would be interesting if pulled off - best of success.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frankie_Says_Relax View Post
    I LOVE Legend of Almana ... or The Miracle of Almana or whatever it's typically called.

    I call it Konami's love letter to Indiana Jones, and it's a damn fun game.
    Agreed, it's like Roc'n Rope on steroids.

    Also, Doki Doki Panic required you to complete the game four times over (once with each character) to properly complete the game and get the ending. Since I'm sure that pirate cartridge doesn't save your data, you'd always end up with an essentially unfinished game. Playing from 1-1 to 7-2 four times over in one sitting doesn't sound fun and SMB2 is my favorite Mario game.
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