Infinity, A Gameboy Color Homebrew On a Gameboy Advanced SP with a EZ-Flash IV

Smango Gaming, Retro

Infinity on a GameBoy Advanced SP using an EZ-FLASH IV flash cart.

I’ve been anxiously awaiting to play Infinity on my Gameboy Advanced SP to test out how it reacts with the EZ-Flash IV and how it performs.

Well, the start sequence ran great, and the music sound terrific! Why didn’t this game come out BACK in the day!! I would’ve put so many hours into this great game.

Here is a video of the opening.

Trouble is whenever I started playing and got to a battle… I guess it doesn’t like the emulator that the EZ-Flash IV uses to play Gameboy color games. 🙁

Infinity

 

As you can see my character cannot be seen, the battle menu is gone and monsters are just whipping up on me.

This is the first release, I haven’t tried on an actual computer with an emulator or anything yet… as I was really, really, wanting this to work.

Anyways I’ll give it another go whenever the latest version comes out but I Emailed support, I did tell them all the hardware and things I was using so it’s most likely my end which stinks.

-Update-

So come to find out it really was the Gameboy advanced. Goomba the Gameboy Color Emulator for the Gameboy advance does not support a certain element that the game uses for combat and other things. I did, however, get to try it out on my NDS with a flash cart using the GBC emulator on it and it worked flawlessly so at least I can enjoy it on the road!

Infinity is a great RPG and a great addition to the GBC library, I only wish it had come out back in the day I would’ve enjoyed it way more than I do. So many games!!!

The almost near perfect Game Boy Advance SP which fits easily in the pocket the only thing that it was missing was a Headphone Jack (That’s right they did it before apple.)
Nintendo Game Boy Advance SP – Onyx