Started by peg, June 07, 2019, 12:16:29 AM
Quote from: peg on June 07, 2019, 12:16:29 AMDo you know why the Kuro serial numbers goes up to around 240-250, yet Cave claims only 100?
QuoteAlso several other boards were also converted back to Kuro like Pink Sweets, Mushi Futari, and Mushihime Tama, and I've seen at least one of each of those which probably cancels out all the other Kuro->Ibara conversions.
Quote from: peg on June 07, 2019, 12:58:06 AMI've also heard somewhere (don't remember where) that the one dot version of Kuro indicates the first run and the 2 dot version are later versions. I personally have one of the converted boards and it is the 2 dot version, I think it is a converted Futari.
Quote from: EOJ on November 07, 2021, 05:40:49 PMThat's a Deathsmiles PCB (note the CA017 on the chip near the battery - that's Deathsmiles' catalogue code). Also the date stamp on the back, September 2007, aligns with deathsmiles. The second stamp is from May 2008, which is the time when DDP DFK was released. So this PCB was converted over 2 years after Kuro was released.I can't see anything there that flags it as a fake (unless someone really knew what they were doing). So it may just be a very unusual, late conversion done by CAVE. I'm surprised they would bother to put a new serial label on it, though!
Quote from: Jcmorris on November 07, 2021, 05:56:49 PM Very interesting! So you are thinking it was a super late in house CAVE conversion from a Deathsmiles board?
Quote from: peg on November 07, 2021, 07:18:16 PMWhat is the master version string for that kuro? Possibly a newer revision?