What's Up with Infiniteneslives?

Baigomax

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Can't email him when the link to contact him doesn't work. So for those who don't use twitter don't have a way to contact him if they don't already have his email address.
Joe and I had written an email to him, asking for this same situation like 3 weeks ago, no answer...
 

PasseGaming

Active member
Joe may have to find someone else who can produce this product and be reliable. You have all these people picking up the software and asking how they can put it on a cart and no one can help them at the moment. Isn't good. Busy or not, it only takes a moment to answer a email or message. Put people at ease.
 

Baigomax

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Joe may have to find someone else who can produce this product and be reliable. You have all these people picking up the software and asking how they can put it on a cart and no one can help them at the moment. Isn't good. Busy or not, it only takes a moment to answer a email or message. Put people at ease.
You're right, I hope we can get a proper answer asap, because the software is very good but, if you cannot put it in a cartridge... is really annoying
 

PasseGaming

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That it is, at best you could pop it onto a flash cart so as long as it supports the mapper. I'm not really sure if flash carts have mapper 30 support. They may but I couln't say for sure what ones do or don't.
 

Jonny

Active member
Joe may have to find someone else who can produce this product and be reliable. You have all these people picking up the software and asking how they can put it on a cart and no one can help them at the moment. Isn't good. Busy or not, it only takes a moment to answer a email or message. Put people at ease.
I feel bad to agree with this, especially at this time of year and not knowing peoples personal circumstances but in all honestly, the products from INFneslives are amazing and well loved but now NesMaker is growing rapidly in popularity, Joe's endeavours are not being shown in a good light through no fault of his own. The main selling point to the software is that it's easy to make you're own carts. For some, this hasn't been possible for a long time. Some users have got lucky and managed too get a dumper/flasher but that just made it more frustrating for those who can't.
Yes, there are other ways to play NesMaker games and even make carts but that's not what NesMaker are selling. Joe has produced several tutorial videos during the time people can't even get the flasher advertising that carts can be made with a push of a button. I hope INFneslives get stock before someone fills the gap in the market because the product is very high quality. There could be personal reasons or logistics issues but current users and potential buyers of the software should really be made aware that they won't actually be able to flash a cart for an undisclosed amount of time.
 
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PasseGaming

Active member
I agree with you, he puts out some high quality stuff. An while it isn't really any of our business if he is having any personal issues or not, a simple statement or update or something about the stock of the flashers and carts would be loads better then radio silence. Like you said, NESmaker has blown up quite a bit and with one of the selling points being able to flash your game it's don't reflect well on both NESmaker and Infiteneslives. It's absolutely nothing against him, just think it's important people can play their games on real hardware as advertised.
 

Baigomax

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I hope more users that are having this same problem could give us a hand supporting this topic, sharing their concerns here ,so maybe Joe can give us a more detailed explanation about this situation...
 

Jonny

Active member
I spoke too soon because on the updated website there IS a statement...

"Currently, these kits are fulfilled through INL directly, however we will begin stocking them in house starting early in 2021."
 

Baigomax

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I spoke too soon because on the updated website there IS a statement...

"Currently, these kits are fulfilled through INL directly, however we will begin stocking them in house starting early in 2021."
ok, that's a beginning...
 

vanderblade

Member
This is basically a one-man operation. He has family that helps him, but that's it. Hopefully the community can understand the economics and infrastructure of such a boutique, niche cottage industry and realize Paul's doing his best.
 
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