April 27, 2017, 08:55:20 am
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Ravioli :1. Games you don't have as carts. And flash carts are super not cheap - I bought some.2. Debugging, save file swapping, cheat codes... Meh !3. Save states4. Not having the console ? Play on your PC !
You could, because talking 8F first through a debugger is quite a challenge. You first need to learn any programming language - Python is a nice one to start with - then learn z80 assembly (it's a huge piece of comprehension since it is a very peculiar language, only learning another language before cuts some of the work). Once you know about z80 assembly, you need to understand the specifics of the Gameboy, and then you could begin using BGB's debugger.But it'd be a good idea to learn about the specifics of Pokémon games, too.
>1. All of the games are super cheap on amazon for 20 bucks or less.
>2. Not what I like. I try out glitches and perform glitches you can do on hardware without external use.
>3. I'd rather go through the hard work.
>4. GB Pockets go for 20 dollars
In the version I have (it's not in front of me now, sorry), go to Settings. In one or another tab (it's not in front of me now...) you'll see "Configure binds" or some such. UNCHECK "Configure extra binds" FIRST. Click "Configure binds". Have fun.Also, holy s**t I can load ROMS without reset in BGB debugger! (Not that that's useful unless you're fixing/creating a ROM...) Oh, and "*.ASM" generation. It's even got a usage meter... mmm...
I tried that you know?
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