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Hi! I was wondering if anyone has a homemade link cable the’d sell if you do. Reply

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I don’t know why you want one, since none of the released licensed games make use of one, but you can make your own using SNES/N64/GC video cables.

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But, if you’ve seen that link already, and you’ve decided you don’t want to (or can’t) do it, just send me a largish pile of the cables (enough for a few of my own to modify, and at least one SVideo one, for use as-is πŸ˜‰ and an optional wad of U.S. dollars, and I’ll eventually (time according to thickness of cash wad) send you back a link cable. πŸ˜€

I could even make a PC-to-VB cable and, I think, even a PSX controller to VB adaptor.

But, to reiterate, only homemade software would be able to do anything with any of these cables. Which means you’d also need one or more programmable cartridges.

And don’t even think about asking me to make one of those for you… It’s been months since I got the parts for mine, and it’s still not even close to being finished! The wires! Thousands of tiny wires!!! Argh!!! πŸ™‚


You would think that the games released for the VB by Nintendo, that at least a couple of them would be able to utilize the link cable. I mean, come on….they were planning on realeasing the damned things at one point. What’s the use if none of the existing games can use them? But, I’m sure my theory is wrong. Seeing as how the VB failed for many neglected reasons by Nintendo. :'(


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