WonderSwan Flash Cart Progress

This summer has been a bit less productive than expected, but isn’t that always the case here? The good news is that there has been progress on the WonderSwan project. The crazy rat’s nest prototype can accept multiple ROMs and switch between them. The interface isn’t pretty, but the concept is proven.

Now that we know it works, we have been designing a new circuit board. The idea is to make this another prototype, but one that we can use to develop more code for. I have been talking to some people that may help out with coding, so they may get some prototype hardware to develop on.

It’s important for us to get this prototype as close to the final as we can (even though it may have some extra optional stuff for now), so that anything we develop for it now can work on the final version.

As for Neo Geo Pocket stuff, we continue to produce and sell that hardware. It’s always interesting that people seem to want them in spurts, so please tell your friends or post about it on forums, Twitter, FB, etc. I think that’s the type of thing that creates a spike in interest, and we need to keep up interest in NGPC and this site to make this whole endeavor worth continuing. Thanks!!!

21 thoughts on “WonderSwan Flash Cart Progress

  1. cefecoma

    I know I’m repeating myself, but I will definitely get one of these. Keep up the good work, and thanks a lot for your effort!

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  2. Matt

    This is a must have, WonderSwan games, well the popular ones such as Tetris, Klonoa and Space Invaders are getting so expensive.

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  4. xmod

    Glad to have found this site. amazing projects. i would love to get my hands on one of these. Keep up the awesome work !!!

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  5. RetroPlayers

    Now this would be something for me, it would make playing WS games that have English translation ROMs available a lot easier to play on original hardware when I’m on the move.

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  6. Thomas Sörensen

    Is this project still alive? Does it work without a WonderWitch? I would love a WS flash cart that can get ROMs directly from a computer without costing a fortune.

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  7. Mahjong

    Is this project still alive? Does it work without a WonderWitch? I would love a WS flash cart that can get ROMs directly from a computer without costing a fortune.

    Reply
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