Get TOP 50 Nintendo DS ROMS
ROMs are copies of the read-only memory contained in game cartridges or disks. They are a full copy of the game, excluding save files which aren’t read-only memory. Roms have been known to be run using an Emulator on a computer.
ROMs can be copied from the read-only memory chips found in cartridge-based games and many arcade machines using a dedicated device in a process known as dumping. For most common home video game systems, these devices are widely available, examples being the Doctor V64 or theRetrode.
Dumping ROMs from arcade machines, which in fact are highly customized PCBs, often requires individual setups for each machine along with a large amount of expertise.