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Nintendo SNES Classic Hack Allows Additional Games To Be Run

11 Octubre 2017

No, this isn't one of those hacks that steals credit cards and personal identities, this one just lets you add more games and wallpapers to the system.

Part of Nintendo's standing Classic Edition strategy is to scale down the dimensions of the original system, which may seem odd to do with the already-portable Game Boy.

Like the SNES Classic, the Mini Commodore 64 will come with a selection of pre-loaded games, adding up to 64 in total. In fact, Nintendo says that more SNES Classic Edition units were shipped on launch day than NES Classics were shipped in total previous year. As of now, cult favorites like ActRaiser 2, Goof Troop, Illusion of Gaia, and Kirby's Avalanche won't work on the SNES Classic.

In fact, the emulator will even run NES titles, as well. Cluster hacked the NES Classic in a few months, and it took him a week to hack the SNES Classic and load extra games to the classic console.

The SNES cost $79.99; The console includes two wired controllers and 21 games.

The NES Classic was discontinued in April 2017, and Nintendo is bringing it back.

GameStop also notes that it should be receiving weekly shipments of the console. Games like "Zombies Ate My Neighbors" are beloved, yet they're sadly missing from the Super NES Classic Edition. Super Mario Kart, Super Metroid, F-Zero, The Secret of Mana, and more.

NeoGAF user Robin64 has uploaded a step-by-step guide on how to hack the SNES Classic, but do keep in mind there's a grey ethical area with accessing ROMs without owning their original cartridge counterparts.

Nintendo SNES Classic Hack Allows Additional Games To Be Run