Someone overseas recently asked me to make a PAL-compatible Star Fox 2 cartridge for them. Since I don't have a PAL SNES console, the only means I have of testing it will be on a region-free Supaboy handheld that a friend has agreed to let me borrow. I am worried though that I might be missing something-- my base assumption is that if I solder the EPROM chip onto a PAL-compatible donor cart I should be good to go since it will have a PAL compatible CIC lockout chip, but in my experience there's always a fly in the ointment so I thought that I should ask for some advice before I go through all the fuss of ordering the EPROM and soldering it in. I have already made a SF2 cartridge for myself that turned out great using the ROM from the SNES Classic Edition. Am I going to have to make any kind of changes to the ROM file for it to work with the PAL system and CIC chip, or will it be basically the exact same procedure as with my own cartridge except with a PAL donor cart?