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help with creating a Demon Attack Cart image on Win994a emulator


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I'm having a problem. I'm using the Win994a emulator & am attempting to put together the Demon Attack Cart. But this site,

http://tigameshelf.net/asm.htm

Game is in the middle of page as you scroll down

It only gives a .bin file but it will not allow me to attach it to the emulator or convert it to a cart format. & when I look on theoldcomputer.com

http://www.theoldcom...9-4A/Cartridges

The images it gives me don't make much sense. Can anyone figure out how this is supposed to be arranged ? I need this for a video & any help would be greatly appreciated.

Any reccomendations for emulators, sites, or instructions on how to create the cart. I'm lost now. 0_0 Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Download these two.

 

Emulator Classic99, menu, Cartridge, User, Open..., choose "demnattc.bin" and you should be up and running.

 

Emulator Win994a, menu, Carts, Insert Cartridge..., Cart Creator, Title, Has GROM, Browse, demnattg.bin, Has 1st 8K, Browse, demnattc.bin, Create Cart, Choose cart and Insert Cart and you should be up and running.

 

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