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Posted on 04-21-17 03:00:45 PM Link | Quote
Hi everyone.

Did anyone already hacked Pokémon Stadium to allow other GB Carts?

I tested the emulator changing the header of the GB cart, being able to prove the emulator:

Pokémon Stadium International:

It lacks of color support (it uses SGB subsets instead). It fully support MBC1 and None (probably MBC5 and MBC3, too). There´s partial MBC2 support, but games cannot save like Mario Land 2. MBC2 is close to MBC1 to charge the game, but not for saving it, since instead of bytes, it uses an array of nibbles (that´s why it´s saving everytime).

It only supports up to 1MB GB games (unless you pad >1MB to 1MB, but it would have some issues such as crashing game, illegible text...).

Pokémon Stadium 2 (Gold And Silver):

It has color support (SGB + GBC), it supports the same as the other title (MBC1, None, MBC3 and MBC5).

It only supports up to 2MB GB games.

I hope someone could hack the checks and it wouldn´t be needed a GB flashcart anymore, just a N64 flashcart, or even a Gameshark.

I found this, too: http://gamehacking.org/vb/threads/3387-Pokemon-Stadium-Play-Any-GB-Game-Test

But it doesn´t seems to work, since there´re some checks that aren´t passed.
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