Felix Domke, who’s also known on the Internets as famous console hacker tmbinc, recently announced that he has ported the SNES9x GX Super Nintendo emulator – originally made for the Wii and the Gamecube – to the Xbox 360.
I’ve seen some interesting Super Nintendo casemods in my time, but never one quite this whacked out. The Game Over casemod looks like a console that’s been possessed by Satan or something.
The console looks like it’s been bludgeoned with an axe, bled all over, burned and then possessed by some demonic power.
The Super Nintendo has been the target of some really sweet mods in its time, and this latest portable fits right into that pantheon of excellent mods. Marshall’s Supertendo looks so good that you’d swear it was professionally made.
There aren’t as many video game apps for the Mac as there are for Windows computers, and even then I have a feeling that there’s no program, Windows or otherwise, that lets you play and play with retro video games the way OpenEmu does.
Check out this clever casemod which combines the shell of an old SNES console with the brains of a modern PC.
Modders quangDX and DuPPs took an old Super Nintendo they had lying around, splayed open its guts and married it with the internals of an Acer Aspire One A150 laptop, then dubbed it the aaSNES1 (is that pronounced assness-one?).
Would you sacrifice that second analog stick for an Xbox 360 controller infinitely cooler (probably) than the one you usually use? What if it gave you an advantage? What if it was an Advantage, as in an SNES Advantage?
Retro gamer/DIYer kristopher.hammar got sick of having a messed up gaming area. He regularly plays snes & nes games on his big TV, and everything was fine, except that the extension cables of the gamepads that he uses were all over the place.
I’ve seen plenty of portable retro video game systems in my travels, but never one that attempts to cover as many bases as this one.
This Chinese import plays 8-bit, 16-bit and 32-bit titles from 7 different game platforms in one compact system.
We’ve seen people put old Nintendo systems into all kinds of things, but I’m pretty sure this is the first time I’ve seen a Super Nintendo inside a toaster. I guess you just can’t deny that cartridges and slices of bread aren’t completely dissimilar.
Call me a sucker for old school gaming, but the Super Nintendo (SNES) has always been one of my favorite consoles. This custom-built handheld brings back those classic gaming memories.
Perfect for the occasional on-the-road game of Super Mario World or Star Fox, this portable SNES was put together by retro modder Kotomi, who’s earlier work includes the great NES in a cartridge mod.
Check out this excellent casemod which is so neat and tidy that you wouldn’t think that it’s anything but an old 8-bit Nintendo Entertainment System. But hidden beneath the hood of this inconspicuous looking NES is a fully-functional Windows PC, loaded up with emulators for playing games from other consoles.
This amazing papercraft Super Nintendo system is so small that it’ll fit in the palm of your hand.
Created by Chilean papercrafter ryo007, the teeny tiny SNES even include a pair of minuscule controllers and a set of game cartridges.
Here’s a fun one. Some guys in Japan has taken an old Super Nintendo (known as the Super Famicom over there) and turned it into a Windows PC.
The computer is running a full version of Windows Vista Ultimate.
Do you long for the days of the simple, elegantly designed gamepad controllers from Nintendo’s classic gaming systems?
Perfect for playing emulated games the way they were meant to be played, you can buy custom-modded versions of the 8-bit NES and 16-bit SNES joypads, ready to use with your PC or Macintosh.