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Hello, I have been wanting to get the ROMs of the older (vintage, connections) versions, but I'm no good with hardware and it seems i might need to solder. I know that somebody already dumped the Tama-Go and the Friends, but I would like to have every version. Is there anyone who is good with electronics and would be willing to do this? I have no idea where else to ask. The reasons for having these are finding unused content, figuring out things we might not know about them and, most importantly, preservation. These little devices won't last forever, no matter how good they are maintained. They need to be preserved or they will be lost to time. It will still be a long time before that, of course, but even then, it's always good to do these things in advance. Sorry if this isn't the right place to ask.
Hello Everyone I’ve recently seen some things about a ROM Test, and I’d quite like to have a go. Except, I’m pretty sure I have a V1 or 2. I’m looking into getting another Connection Model (That I don’t quite know the Type yet) and I’d quite like to Connect them. Is it Risky? Your obviously going to be messing around with the Tamagotchi. So, if I have a used one, or basically any one, it will still work? I’m kind of hesitant about performing it before I do some research, because I got it for £50. Codes/Numbers? I’ve seen some People on here talk about the Numbers, supposed to tell you what Version you have, so what numbers apply to the V1/2? (I Can’t Upload Pictures, But if I find a Picture I’ll link it)
This is the Vinesauce ROM Corruptor. For an example, I'm going to use Super Mario Brothers, because it's one of the easier games to corrupt... Here's the title screen. You've all seen this before. Now, I take the ROM file, and put it through the corruptor. This is the code I used. Now, let's see the finished result. You may be asking "WHAT IS THIS?" Well, I don't really know. All I can say is it's a mess.