That's a great question. Some of our available games may sound unfamiliar.
These are most often homebrews, fan-made versions, prototypes or hacks. Those terms may worry you, but fear not! These games are all made to a high quality by professional developers or gaming communities - some with years of development put into them!
As a couple of examples, a fan-made game could be a Pokemon game which uses the general basis of the games you're familiar with, but with the addition of a whole new story, characters, maps and so forth.
Or you may see a homebrew game which has entirely been built from scratch, for example, the Pringles game on Mega Drive/Genesis.
Yes. They are indeed. We make sure to research all of our games to ensure they're in all primarily in the English language. Some of our games languages can also be changed in the game settings to other European languages such as German/Spanish/French, etc.
In terms of quality, they are very much on the same level. The foundations of the game are always retained, so you'll immediately get to grips with each new game.
Our available fan-made games each come with brilliant stories - some sticking to the anime roots and some downright crazy.
There's a vast array of fan-made versions out there each with their unique qualities. Mostly, what you'll find is there are new characters and personalities, new stories, new maps, new sprites, maybe even some new Pokemon you've not even heard of.
Levels of difficulties vary between these games. Some are intentionally developed to provide a challenge, such as Dark Rising or Blue Kaizo. Then there are others with a lower difficulty, which make the experience more easy-going and enjoyable.
Like the originals, all of our available cartridges include a save function - most usually directly via an onboard chip as opposed to using a battery.
Unfortunately, aside from the preset cartridges we already have available, we currently do not offer this service.
However, we do have the EZ Flash IV the Supercard Mini SD available. These are flash cartridges for the Game Boy Advance and SP, which allow you to add your own back-up games to the cartridges via micro SD card.
For the Mega Drive/Genesis, we also have the Sega Everdrive available.