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PandaCard - A PS2 Memory Card Manipulation Tool
You knew I couldn't leave memory cards alone forever. Introducing...

PandaCard: A Red Panda Inspired Memory Card Manipulation Tool
A pure Java, GUI-based tool for manipulating PS2 memory card images for emulators. The goal of this project in the long term is to provide a multiplatform, easy to use, one-stop-shop for memory card manipulation. Currently the main use is to merge AR Max format saves into a PCSX2 folder-based memory card, however tenative plans are in place to support more formats down the line.

PandaCard can currently merge PS2 Save files into the following memory card types:
  • PCSX2 folder-type
PandaCard can currently merge the following PS2 save file formats into a memory card:
  • Action Replay Max Drive
Tentative plans are in place to extend support to the following at some point in the future, in no particular order:
  • PCSX2 8 MB file-type memory card
  • Dobiestation memory card (card structure currently unknown; Dobiestation has not implemented these yet)
  • CodeBreaker save format
  • X-Port save format
  • PSV (Playstation 3 Virtual Memory Card) save format
System Requirements
  • Java SE, version 8 or newer.
How to Launch
On Windows with Java installed, the PandaCard jar can be double clicked and launched. This behavior has not been tested on a Unix-based system. PandaCard can be launched from a command shell with:
java -jar PandaCard-x.y.z.jar

Downloads and Source Code
The PandaCard Github repository contains downloadable builds and source code.

Problems? Check out the development builds for the latest updates.

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Oh yeah Red Pandas are cool too.


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