Everdrive GB Nintendo Game Boy Flash Cartridge Now On Sale

Everdrive-GB-On-SaleJust mere months since Krikzz announced he would be creating a flash cartridge for the Nintendo Game Boy, the SD Card enabled device is now available. Capable of running just about every classic cartridge date, with Super Game Boy compatibility to boot, the Everdrive GB is something no gamer should be without.

Priced up at $78, the Everdrive GB is the flash cartridge just about every handheld fanatic has been waiting for. With existing and outdated solutions on the market offering an inadequate experience, the Everdrive GB comes packed with features no competitor has been able to offer previously. This includes the aforementioned compatibility with Micro SD cards (up to 32gb in size), Game Genie cheats functionality, and the much needed SRAM auto backups.

The only downside to this fantastic arrival is that has already - and understandably - completely sold out. More cartridges are expected in the near future, but no date has been confirmed as of yet.

In the meantime Krikzz has uploaded another video of the device in action through the Super Game Boy, showcasing the cartridge’s compatibility and functionality, along with a separate video displaying Game Genie codes in action.

Everdrive GB on Super Game Boy

Link: Buy Everdrive GB Game Boy Flash Cartridge


 

Cauterize

Better known as Adam offline, Cauterize is one of RetroCollect's final bosses with an unhealthy addiction to pixels. When he's not out searching the web for the latest retro gaming news or creating content for RetroCollect, he'll will most likely be found working on his Sensible Soccer skills.

Other recent articles:

Comments 

(Link to this comment) Turkish 2014-04-02 21:10
Looking forward to snatching up a few when they're back in stock. Yikes! 3-)
(Link to this comment) L___E___T 2014-04-03 12:18
They are in stock - ignore the back order status.
(Link to this comment) Importaku 2014-04-04 00:54
As exciting as it might seem the fact that it doesn't contain the RTC means it's not a very good flash cart, i'll stick with my ancient GB E-merger backup system that thing supports pretty much everything the everdrive does & it has a realtime chip in there as well.
(Link to this comment) L___E___T 2014-04-04 09:40
What are the benefits of having the RTC? Does the Drag 'N' Derp cart have the RTC? I never got those old parallel port GB carts to work :(
(Link to this comment) Importaku 2014-04-04 10:09
Without a realtime chip games like pokemon crystal wont work properly, obviously if you're not a pokemon fan it might not matter as much as it's mainly those games that have them.
(Link to this comment) L___E___T 2014-04-04 11:11
Thanks for replying!

Hmm, I guess I'll try out the compatability when it arrives. I am just really hoping Shantae works well tbh.

As for the Drag N Derp, I haven't found a GB game that doesn't work perfectly, but it's one at a time with that cart of course.
(Link to this comment) fiatbravodriver 2014-04-06 09:13
Pre ordered. Time I bought a super game boy.
Banner
Banner

Retro Game Database Search

Retro Gaming Podcast

Join the RetroCollect Squad as they discuss our gaming past in the all new RetroCollect FM - Retro Gaming Podcast.


Retro Games on eBay now



About RetroCollect

RetroCollect is your one stop for everything retro games and retro gaming. Featuring the latest classic gaming news around, informative reviews and an ever active forum, you'll feel right at home with other retro gamers.

RetroCollect FM - Retro Gaming Podcast

Join the RetroCollect Squad as they talk their way through the wonderful world of retro gaming.

Listen to RetroCollect FM - Retro Gaming Podcast

Join RetroCollect on the web