Completed: E-Reader cards

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  1. SilverTheGamer

    SilverTheGamer Well-Known Member

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    You have some bonus discs, so why not? Also, there are websites with them, but still, a lot of them are not dumped yet and all those sites are no longer updated, so it seems like they would fit the website.
     
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    I don't know, but you probably won't find a more complete list.
     
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    I can never find the Mario vs. Donkey Kong cards ANYWHERE, and i searched this pack
     
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    As far as I'm aware, the Mario vs. Donkey Kong cards are Promotionial - 18-M003, M004, M008, M010 and M011.

    The file names aren't always very descriptive but I don't know if there is a list somewhere that tells you what everything is.
     
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    They would be named in the collection tho, wouldn't they? I didn't find any that were just numbers and no game names
     
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    Anyways, we need an E-Reader section
     
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    Yeah that wouldn't be half bad I suppose. Especially for the promotional ones that don't have an obvious game name on them.
     
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    I mean, i found promotional ones with numbers, but i don't remember if they had game names beside them. They might have been pokemon but i'll have to check
     
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    Okay, i actually found the Mario vs Donkey Kong cards based on your hint. Now i'm convinced this is the most complete collection. I hope i will make a collection of them here sometime soon :)
     
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    How exactly are these used or viewed?

    edit: holy cow, Eon Ticket is in too!
     
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    I've now mirrored the GameBoy Advance (GBA) E-Reader Cards, I wasn't totally sure about them but as their on archive.org, they should be fine for Digiex too.

    Have a look at this: VBA Link with E-Reader + Link Cable Emulation For Pokemon GBA Games

    I mirrored it from someone who modified the emulator posted it up on PP, however the only current working link on there now requires you to register for a file hosting website.

    The source code link was dead, however I could mirror the compiled emulator build after registering on the file hoster website.
     
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    It's missing some japanese cards though, but all western cards seem to be here.
     

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