NES Reproduction Board Guide – MMC1/MMC3

Please look at the main entry for more information on how to prepare the ROM file! Here's a guide on how to populate my custom designed NES reproduction PCB that can make MMC1 or MMC3 games. This board supports most MMC1 games with the SxROM board name, as well as most MMC3 games with the … Continue reading NES Reproduction Board Guide – MMC1/MMC3

NES Reproduction Board Guide – MMC3

Please look at the main entry for more information on how to prepare the ROM file! Here's a guide on how to populate my custom designed NES reproduction PCB. This board supports most MMC3 games with the TxROM board name (where the lowercase 'x' is a stand-in for other board types). This means you can … Continue reading NES Reproduction Board Guide – MMC3

NES Reproduction Board Guide – MMC1

Please look at the main entry for more information on how to prepare the ROM file! Here's a guide on how to populate my custom designed NES reproduction PCB. This board supports most MMC1 games with the SxROM board name (where the lowercase 'x' is a stand-in for other board types). This means you can … Continue reading NES Reproduction Board Guide – MMC1

NES Reproduction Board Guide – Basic

Please look at the main entry for more information on how to prepare the ROM file! Here's a quick guide on how to populate my custom designed NES reproduction PCB. This is the "Basic" version that supports NROM, CNROM, AxROM, and UxROM games. Front Side PRG ROM Chip Needed for: All game typesPart Number: EPROMs: 27C256, 27C512, … Continue reading NES Reproduction Board Guide – Basic

Multicart Overview

The theory behind multicarts isn't too complicated, and there are many ways of going about making them. Making multicarts for the classic retro systems is easiest when you use the reset button on the console to change games. There are some multicarts I've seen that have menus built-in (I mean, technically, Mario Bros/Duck Hunt was … Continue reading Multicart Overview

How to Make an NES Reproduction Cartridge

Disclaimer: This tutorial is for educational purposes. The instructions and products discussed are for the creation of homemade games only, or for repairing damaged cartridges for personal use, and should not be used for duplicating and distributing games protected by copyright. I am not responsible for any damage to you or your property - attempt … Continue reading How to Make an NES Reproduction Cartridge