Utrecht, NetherlandsTheVaett6 years ago

I found a seller who was kind enough to check for me, today a ntsc-j 1.0 cart came in the mail. :) (a "34" for anyone interested)

In the process of getting it I did end up with an additional 1.2 cart though (other than the one I already had), so if anyone is interested. :P

Anyway, thanks for all the help y'all. o/

Utrecht, NetherlandsTheVaett6 years ago

Thanks all.

Like I said in my first post, I couldn't find a punchmark at first but after reading all your replies I took another look and found the punchmark. Mine was just above the Noko Bombette, through the island and the Bombette's fuse. That's tiny!

It's 32B, confirming that it's a 1.2. Definitely good to know that it's possible to identify them, hopefully sellers are willing to cooperate in this. :)

Utrecht, NetherlandsTheVaett6 years ago

Hi all.

I've bought a JP SML2 cartridge in the assumption that all JP versions were 1.0, which I've obviously assumed wrong (found out the hard way after receiving it, no pipe glitch, lol).

I've noticed that GB cartridges don't have punchmarks (like sfc and n64) in the lable to point out it's version. Therefore, is there any other way to physically recognize the game's version on either the label/cartridge itself, or is it really a gamble?

The latter wouldn't be too troubling since supply is plenty and fairly cheap, but I'd love to know before I unnecessarily end up with a dozen of 1.2 cartridges. ^^;

Thanks in advance.

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