[GB/GBC] Rope & Bombs

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diskberget
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[GB/GBC] Rope & Bombs

Post by diskberget » 29 Nov 2019 12:33

Hi!

Game released physical and as rom in 2017 by Swedish company Team Lampoil.
ROM can be downloaded free from their website. Physical is long gone.
Would be nice to have in the DB?

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omonim2007
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Re: [GB/GBC] Rope & Bombs

Post by omonim2007 » 29 Nov 2019 19:15

I'm afraid it's not possible to add a homebrew software...

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dreimer
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Re: [GB/GBC] Rope & Bombs

Post by dreimer » 29 Nov 2019 19:22

Isn't it a (unl) if there was a physical release?

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Post by diskberget » 29 Nov 2019 19:45

Yeah there was a small run physical release at a fair in 2017

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Re: [GB/GBC] Rope & Bombs

Post by Hiccup » 30 Nov 2019 10:47

I thinks its a question of if non-commercial unlicensed carts should be included, as there are quite a few homebrew carts out there.

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Post by dreimer » 30 Nov 2019 14:25

Well, this is up to you guys. I think it does not hurt to add them, but if things were done without these all the time and on all dats, then maybe it should be kept that way.

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Post by scorp256 » 01 Dec 2019 20:00

Actually this is a question, if it really have to be commercial to be added to database. As there are a lot of questionable chinese roms in other sets like NES with so called "ports", and some of them iirc were never sold, but were like a free addon to an existing system. Also if dump have to be commercial to be added to DB and physical - there are literally TONS of carts like 1000 in 1 (also one was even added in NES set, that 100 in 1 (Asia)), so why not add them all?

So by me this one have more sense to add to DB than these 100 in 1 Super Cartridges which are already there for other platforms...

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Re: [GB/GBC] Rope & Bombs

Post by Hiccup » 01 Dec 2019 22:32

I don't object to having homebrew and stuff, but others would probably prefer it went in a seperate datfile (or at least could easily be excluded from the main datfile).

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Post by John Enigma » 02 Dec 2019 04:02

Hiccup wrote:
01 Dec 2019 22:32
I don't object to having homebrew and stuff, but others would probably prefer it went in a seperate datfile (or at least could easily be excluded from the main datfile).
I vote on this matter as well.

You seriously have no idea how many bootleg, homebrew, and aftermarket games there are available for the NES, plus for other consoles as well.

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Re: [GB/GBC] Rope & Bombs

Post by scorp256 » 02 Dec 2019 11:15

John Enigma wrote:
02 Dec 2019 04:02
Hiccup wrote:
01 Dec 2019 22:32
I don't object to having homebrew and stuff, but others would probably prefer it went in a seperate datfile (or at least could easily be excluded from the main datfile).
I vote on this matter as well.

You seriously have no idea how many bootleg, homebrew, and aftermarket games there are available for the NES, plus for other consoles as well.
I think everybody is well aware of that, actually :D

Actually as there are options in file generation, so I think there is no problem at all. People who are not interested - can just download clean dat without unlicensed roms.

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Re: [GB/GBC] Rope & Bombs

Post by scorp256 » 02 Dec 2019 11:18

Hiccup wrote:
01 Dec 2019 22:32
I don't object to having homebrew and stuff, but others would probably prefer it went in a seperate datfile (or at least could easily be excluded from the main datfile).
I think just having an option is enough. There is already an option to exclude unlicensed games in NES set, for example.

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