Krikzz Releases Reprogrammable Mega Drive Cartridge Kit

Krikzz-Releases-Reprogrammable-Mega-Drive-CartridgesFurther proving his prowess with Sega’s 16-bit console, the creator of the Mega Everdrive and Everdrive-MD flash cartridges has just released a new addition to his hardware range. Krikzz’s FlashKit MD is a cheaper alternative to the SD Card enabled devices, allowing gamers to program a single game ROM onto cartridge.

Although aimed at homebrew developers wanting a cost-effective solution to releasing their own games on physical cartridges, the FlashKit MD also acts as a viable solution for retro gamers too. Bundled with easy to use software, it’s as simple as connecting your cartridge to your computer via USB and selecting which ROM you want to upload to the FlashKit MD’s on-board memory (up to 4Mbit).

Launched as two separate products, the gear needed to program these $9 cartridges will set you back just $58.

Link: Krikzz’s FlashKit MD Mega Drive Cartridge Programmer

Link: Krikzz’s FlashKit MD Mega Drive Reprogrammable Cartridge



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