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Topic: WarioWare Twisted Battery replacement?

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Shambo

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After many long years of being green with envy since the best game in the most frantically fun series did NOT make it to Europe, I finally managed to get a non-pirated, complete with box and manual copy of WarioWare Twisted for a reasonable price.

I had a great time playing it on my equally awesome Game Boy Micro Famicom Edition for hours without turning it off. Next day again, and the day after...

But then it happened! Rumble failed, and most importantly: my savegame had vanished! I assume the built-in battery has run dry... So, if that's the case, does anyone know how to replace one of those? And what type of battery I need?

I hope this can be fixed... Thanks in advance!

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Your best bet would be to google what you need to fix it.

Also check youtube for guides on how to replace the battery.

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Tasuki

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If you have a retro gaming store in your area they might be able to replace it for a fee. I have one where I live and I have had them replace a few NES cartridge batteries and it ran me about 20 dollars.

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Shambo

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Aviator wrote:

Your best bet would be to google what you need to fix it.

Also check youtube for guides on how to replace the battery.

I searched the internet several times already, nothing turned up... Youtube didn't have an answer too, I might try it again. Thanks!

Tasuki wrote:

If you have a retro gaming store in your area they might be able to replace it for a fee. I have one where I live and I have had them replace a few NES cartridge batteries and it ran me about 20 dollars.

Well, there are a few but not very retro. Might ask them, you never know! Thanks for the idea!

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