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  1. It's not a ripoff of any game. Puzzle League is an established series, first with Panel de Pon, then with the port to the US, Tetris Attack (SNES and GB) which was Yoshi & friends branded. Then came the Pokémon iterations for GBC and N64 (both very fun), the GBC version playing more like a SNES port (same story mode). Then a GBA and GCN release with no specific series branding (Nintendo) and finally a DS version with no branding. Puzzle League is probably one of my all-time favorite games, and if any of you have or can get a hold of the game for DS, I'd love to play over Nintendo WFC.
  2. Technically, no. You could just do a PC transaction that triggers a full save, and then check the dumped save. If it wasn't current, you'd have to save again. Of course you all are welcome to comment with suggestions or other feedback. I appreciate all the positive comments so far! I work fulltime and barely had a moment to write up this guide, so I wrote just the steps that were guaranteed to work. If someone else can reliably prove that simpler methods work, I'll be happy to update the tutorial. Right now it's not worth my time to spend hours finding another method (on top of the time it to
  3. If your Pokémon Platinum cartridge is dumping saves as 256kb instead of 512kb, read on. This will explain the issue and tell you how to edit your save with Pokésav Platinum and write it back to your cartridge. The trick is to realize that your cartridge does indeed have 512kb of save memory but only the first 256kb is accessible. It's helpful to think of the two slots as A and B. Save A is always accessible, and Save B never is. One is your primary save, and one is your backup save. The first time you save the game, it writes to A. The second time, it writes to B and marks A as backup. The
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