Everdrive GBA X5 Mini
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Everdrive GBA X5 Mini

For the GBA and compatible devices. No licensed Nntendo product.

€83.19 (tax incl.)  - €83.19 (tax excl.)
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If you are a collector, you might also have experienced that some of your old cartridges stopped working...

What would you say if there was a way to make sure you can still play your old games for the next years on your original console?

Well, that's possible!

This allows playing GBA programs and games on the original GBA handhelds by simply copying the game files on a standard MicroSD Card.
Ideal for homebrew and playing legal backups of your old cartridges.

It plays GBA games, and GB/GBC/NES/GG/SMS games via emulation..

The features:

  • High compatibility. Near to 100% compatibility with GBA game library
  • All save types supported, no ROM patching required
  • Fast Loading (most games load within 1 - 2 seconds)
  • 256Mbit PSRAM (32MByte) ROM memory
  • 1Mbit SRAM (128KByte) save memory
  • Real-time clock support
  • Low power consumption
  • SD, SDHC and SDXC cards are supported. Tested with micro-SD cards up to 64GB
  • FAT32 support
  • Supported with gamecube player, super retro advance adapter and other GBA accessories
  • NES, SMS, GG, GB and GBC games support (emulation mode)

The cartridge comes in a brand new shell with sticker.

Note: We don't support ILLEGAL COPIES - don't do that as well!
Only use these modules to play legal BACKUP copies of games you own or for homebrew games!

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By on  06 Feb. 2020 (Everdrive GBA X5 Mini) :

Great product

This is a great product. I only really have the Everdrive GB X5 to compare with. In terms of quality/reliability and functionality the Everdrive series doesn't compare to other flashcard solutions.

That being said, Action Replay / Game Genie code support would have been a welcome addition. Then again, this card allows the use of romhacks and homebrew of which there is plenty on GBA.

Minor issue was that the microsdhc loading mechanism appeared unreliable at first. I had read online before purchase about compatibility problems, so I bought one that was compatible. Long story short - that SD card was bad. It works fine with all my microsdhc cards. The physical loading mechanism sometimes requires a pull after the push to eject - maybe 1 out of 20 times. But this is a really minor detail.

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