is it possible to save my stages (levels)

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  • #111428
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    shop-now
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    i don’t want to start over each time i’m using mario brothers unlimited for example.

    how do i save the stages?

    #111429
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    herbfargus
    Moderator

    https://github.com/RetroPie/RetroPie-Setup/wiki/First-Installation#default-hotkeys

    I’m not sure about in game saves. It depends on the game and emulator.

    #111448
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    shop-now
    Participant

    so you are saying that by pressing Select+Right Shoulder i’m given saving options, but i can’t save everything?

    what about mario nes files like mario unlimited?

    #111449
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    herbfargus
    Moderator

    I don’t understand your question. Save states save where you are in the game, but I don’t know how saving options work with rom hacks.

    #111458
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    shop-now
    Participant

    after playing with the options a bit i succeeded with doing what i wanted.
    🙂

    #111929
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    andyripper
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    after playing with the options a bit i succeeded with doing what i wanted.
    :)

    what was your final solution? I’m working on this as a Christmas present, custom case and all and I’m trying to make it as user-friendly as possible. Thanks.

    #113757
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    newtopie
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    I am using USB SNES controllers, and pressing select+R button works on NES games, but when trying to do that on SNES it doesn’t seem to work.

    Have tried it on Donkey Kong, B.O.B and Theme Park so far.

    Is anyone able to help?

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