Welcome to another post guys. This week I am going to introduce you about my top 10 must play games for the Nintendo DS.
Now you’re playing with Advanced Power… Welcome to my Top 10 Gameboy Advance Games and today we’re counting down my picks for the top 10 Gameboy Advance Games.
For this list we’re sticking to one game per franchise and we’re also excluding ports of NES and SNES games.
So we if your favourite isn’t on this list then check out ”those lists” to see if they made it there.
In this tutorial I am going to teach you how to setup your EZ flash IV 4 flashcard the simple way. Simply follow the steps below…
I recommend you get a micro SD 16 GB so you’ll never have to worry about saturated memory but anyways it all depends on you having, say, 2GB, 4GB, 8GB of memory is more than just fine.
Setting up the EZ Flash 4 IV is quite easy. All you need to do is follow the steps below:
1.First you will need to format your memory micro SD.
I am going to show you how the EZ Flash 4 IV is the best flashcard made for Gameboy advance consoles, fat nintendo DS from 2007 and also the nintendo DS lite…
The EZ Flash 4 IV is a really cool flash card that allows you to play homebrew games as well as the original games released back in the day.
Now most of these games work quite well, however I have had some issues with a game called Mother 3 (which I later figure out how to install properly) but apart from that all the games have been running flawlessly. When you first boot up the card, assuming that you have installed everything correctly (which I will later explain in a different post) this is what you get: