Just thought it'd be kinda hard to get around the non-standard screws; but then again you're probably right, whoever has the ability to desolder roms will also have the right screwdrivers to get around those security screws
> > taking the ROMS off the board
> > and reading them in (which of course would ruin most console games).
> Why exactly would this wreck the game? As long as you had the ability to solder
> and desolder the proper roms, I don't see an issue with this approach.
> While most carts are dumped via conventional copiers and homemade devices, I'm
> fairly certain that direct reads of the chips have also occured.
> For NES games, this would actually be more accurate because you get the PRG and
> CHR dumps seperately instead of 1 combined *.NES file. The same would apply to
> other systems as well.