Buy the 27C322 to SNES Mask ROM Adapter Board on the store page! I've been getting a lot of requests for this board! This little board adapts the 32 Mbit 27C322 EPROM to fit in donor SNES boards or custom SNES PCBs. This will save you a TON of time adding wires to your board. … Continue reading 27C322 to SNES Mask ROM Adapter Board
Buy the 29F032/033 Breakout Board Programming Adapter on the Store page! The 29F033 is a 40-pin surface mount chip. The TL866 and TL866II support this EEPROM, however you'll need a surface mount programming adapter to do so. These are pretty expensive, so a cheaper option is to solder the 29F033's to the TSOP40 to SNES … Continue reading 29F032/033 Breakout Board Programming Adapter (TL866)
Buy the 27C322/160/800/400 Programming Adapter on the Store page! The commonly used 27C322 and 27C160 are 42-pin EPROM devices. The commonly used TL866 and TL866II EPROM programmers only have 40 pins available. In order to program these EPROMs on this programmer, you need to trick the programmer to make it think it's programming something it … Continue reading 27C322/160/800/400 Programming Adapter (TL866)
Please look at the main entry for more information! Here I will detail to you a quick and dirty guide to making SNES repros using my custom boards. There's a lot more detail over on the main tutorial, but here I will forgo a lot of the detailed information about programming different chips and instead … Continue reading SNES Reproduction Quick Guide – Custom PCB
SNES cartridges come in a few different variants, distinct in a few major ways. As noted in the main SNES reproduction guide, there are six major categories that set apart different boards - bank type, ROM size, SRAM size, extra chips, speed, and the video type or region. If you check out my big list … Continue reading The SNES Cartridge, Briefly Explained
Using my custom SNES PCBs to make your games? A quick guide has been generated for your viewing pleasure! Disclaimer: This is a somewhat involved process that involves a decent amount of soldering and possible desoldering, and using a lot of older technology. You might run into issues with broken parts, and it might get … Continue reading How to Make a SNES Reproduction Cartridge
Ever want to play a rare or expensive game on the NES instead of on an emulator? What about a game only available on the Famicom? Or maybe your very own ROM hack? With this guide, I can help you make that happen! Learn how to put these onto a physical cartridge to play on your very own NES!