The Lynx FlashCard is a development tool. It can hold one game, demo or application. It is controlled by a Atmel AVR µCom. The communication with the PC is be done via an RS232 to USB converter. (FTDI) For the communication you need a PC with Linux/Windows or a Mac with a terminal program. The data is sent as binaries to the FlashCard.
Language Set 6.3
ROM file formats supported: LNX, BIN/LYX and single *.o-files.
NOTE - The FlashCard is designed to be used with the Lynx II. If you want to use with the Lynx I, it is recommented to remove the cartridge door. It is possible to damage the FlashCard if it is inserted into a Lynx I with the door attached.
This edition included an extra cartridge that contained a slide show from Lynxman's holiday.
|Developer||Bernd Thomas (LynxMan)|
|Publisher||Bernd Thomas (LynxMan)|
|Players||1 on console|
|ComLynx Support||Up to 99 players via ComLynx|
|Lynx SD Save Support||No|
|Can be Paused||Unknown|
|ROM MD5 Hash (headerless)||N/A|
|EEPROM (for save data)|
|Lynx FlashCard||- -||2008||Rarity: 49|
|> Lynx FlashCard (Nippon Ryoko Edition)||- -||2011||Rarity: 54|
|FlashCard information and news on AtariAge||atariage.com|
|Lynxman's FlashCard Blog at AtariAge||atariage.com|
|Upgrading Lynxman’s Atari Lynx Flashcard at Diary of a Lynx Developer||atarilynxdeveloper.wordpress.com|
|Other Price||$70 (~USD)|