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The '''64GB Cable''', possibly short for Nintendo 64-Game Boy Cable is an unreleased [[Nintendo]] peripheral in development by [[Marigul Management]]. The cable has some relation to the [[Randnet]] service, and was intended to enable a separate monitor using both the [[Nintendo 64]] and [[Game Boy]], similar to the later released [[Nintendo GameCube Game Boy Advance Cable]] and the [[Wii U]] Game Pad.
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The '''64GB Cable''' (not to be confused with '''64GB Pack'''; the Japanese name for the [[Transfer Pak]]), possibly short for Nintendo 64-Game Boy Cable is an unreleased [[Nintendo]] peripheral in development by [[Marigul Management]]. The cable has some relation to the [[Randnet]] service, and was intended to enable a separate monitor using both the [[Nintendo 64]] and [[Game Boy]], similar to the later released [[Nintendo GameCube Game Boy Advance Cable]] and the [[Wii U]] Game Pad.
 
 
An [[ageing cartridge]] (a type of Nintendo development cartridge) for the Nintendo 64 pertaining to the cable was also leaked.<ref>[https://www.nesworld.com/cgi-bin/yabb/YaBB.pl?num=1365340620/0 Leaked Nintendo 64 development cartridges]</ref>
 
 
 
  
 
==Supported software==
 
==Supported software==
 
*Possibly [[Cabbage]] (unreleased)
 
*Possibly [[Cabbage]] (unreleased)
*[[DT]] (cancelled support)
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*DT: Lord of Genomes (cancelled support)
  
 
==References==
 
==References==

Latest revision as of 23:29, 8 November 2019

The 64GB Cable (not to be confused with 64GB Pack; the Japanese name for the Transfer Pak), possibly short for Nintendo 64-Game Boy Cable is an unreleased Nintendo peripheral in development by Marigul Management. The cable has some relation to the Randnet service, and was intended to enable a separate monitor using both the Nintendo 64 and Game Boy, similar to the later released Nintendo GameCube Game Boy Advance Cable and the Wii U Game Pad.

Supported software[edit]

  • Possibly Cabbage (unreleased)
  • DT: Lord of Genomes (cancelled support)

References[edit]


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