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Good Day VGS,

During a googling I stumbled on this new way to use the GB Cart.

Wanted to know if anyone here has ore or knows of anyone who may have? and no i not promoting just what to know more about this. and WHY.

https://theglowingstars.bandcamp.com/album/anything-past-that

 Limited Edition USB Gameboy Cartridge     
USB Flash Drive + Digital Album    
   
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2GB USB flash drive, installed by hand into Gameboy cartridge cases with a custom sticker applied.

Comes with bonus material including photos and video, as well as .wav masters and chiptune covers!    
    
One random lucky person buying from this final batch of 8 will receive a rare yellow cartridge unit.    
   
1    Got It Bad 04:27
2    Group Study 02:31
3    Bounce Bounce 02:42
4    Epilogue 03:27
5    I Know Now 03:15
    
about    
    
The Glowing Stars:    
Lizzie Cuevas: vocals, guitars, gameboys    
Matt Payne: vocals, drums, gameboys, accordion    
    
credits    
    
released July 7, 2011    
    
All songs written by The Glowing Stars    
Engineered and mixed by Crashfaster at Monobomb Studios    
Mastered by Hans Dekline at Sound Bites Dog    
Produced by The Glowing Stars and Crashfaster    
Artwork by Mike Bombon 

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On 11/26/2019 at 3:10 PM, JVOSS said:

Good Day VGS,

During a googling I stumbled on this new way to use the GB Cart.

Wanted to know if anyone here has ore or knows of anyone who may have? and no i not promoting just what to know more about this. and WHY.

 

Hey! I know you posted this way back, but I thought you'd be interested in finding other examples of this. A friend was helping me update my catalog of available homebrew and chiptune, and she gave me the link below, which in addition to listing several chiptune cartridges, also lists many many chiptune releases like the one you noted.

As to the why, I'm sure that varies from artist to artist, but several find using retro carts like this offers a great way to connect their music and its availability on a modern listening platform with the nostalgia associated with the cart.

https://www.discogs.com/lists/Also-available-in-cartridge-format/272362?fbclid=IwAR0UcJkYMFtTBFigRebmIZOgU-DVZdd3owcc1bb1XSRosfVuvRI_F5_RS0E

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