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2004-04-03 - Ampz 8mbit Flash Cart - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
Here is a home-brew flash cart that uses standard logic ICs.

2005-10-13 - FAL 256MBit review updated, english manual FAW3 link inside - Posted by: Martin
The review of the FA 256MBit Set and the GB-Bridge was updated (the old GBX/FAL reviews are still available from there). Also links to later devices will be inside.

2001-06-05 - Flash Advance Linker - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
The Flash Advance Linker is the first professionial mass produced development and backup device for the Gameboy™ Advance.

2001-06-24 - GBA Reader - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
Here's what looks like a gba cart reader circuit. Maybe it can be modified for programming flash carts for more practical home dev usage. The page is in japanese so use the fish to translate it.

2005-10-13 - Review of the Flash Advance Linker (+ the GBX) - Posted by: Martin
Here is a review about the Flash Advance Linker (FAL or GBA-FA). It is updated regularly. Also links to the GBX and other systems are covered.

2001-06-05 - SN Systems ProDG for GBA - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
ProDG for Game Boy Advance provides a suite of development tools for the latest generation of Nintendo hand-held consoles. A SCSI-based cartridge emulator is included to link the Windows development PC to the Game Boy Advance development hardware. These products are only available to licensed developers.


2003-05-21 - ATA / ATAPI Interface - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
This interface enables you to connect the GBA to peripherals like a CD-ROM or a hard drive.

2001-07-15 - Dark Fader's GBA UART Cable - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
You can also get this chip by using

2002-05-10 - Gameboy Advance Xport - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
"Introducing the Xport for GameBoy Advance. Turn the Game Boy into a powerful microcontroller, then use it to control practically anything." Contains a flash chip, a Xilinx FPGA, and 2 IDC connectors for interface.

2001-07-15 - GBA Multiplayer Cable Diagram - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
Link to David Wu's page.

2002-03-14 - Reiner's Page - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
Lots of good technical information on GBA carts, etc.

2001-02-24 - Upstate Games - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
A good source for imported GBA units at US$160. They had a questionable reputation for customer support in the past but from what I hear they have greatly improved.

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