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MAY 17 2016

DEVELOPMENT EQUIPMENT
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Developed by Acclaim for use in their N64 development, used for the production of at least Turok 3.
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Part of the official Nintendo64 development hardware.
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An official piece of development hardware for the musicians.
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How official N64 flash carts were written to and copied.
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By using a Nintendo64 and this device, developers were able to test Gameboy games on a big screen.
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The early Wideboy which required a TS2 development kit to function, it was later replaced.
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The NR reader was used by game testers who would receive a game build on a special 8 cm DVD-R, called DOT-003. These DVD's were written with a special device called an NR writer and the discs are only playable on the NR Reader version of the Gamecube.
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Originally designed as a Gameboy test cart, but could also be used as a board for game development builds.
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Early and official flash cartridge for the Gameboy Advance
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A peak at the official flash cart for the IS-Nitro devkit, used by developers of Nintendo DS games.