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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 01:10pm 09/10/17 | 3 Comments
Last week's release of the SNES Classic Mini means that we've all been playing an unusual amount of 16-bit titles for what's the 2017 busy season. Super Mario Kart, Super Metroid, F-Zero, The Secret of Mana, and more. But with 21 games there's no doubt that some people's faves didn't make the cut. And so it comes as no surprise that the SNES Mini has now been hacked to allow for downloaded games and custom borders to be added.

Naturally, any such hackery means that you void any warranty and run the risk of bricking the cute little SNES Mini. But a thread over a NeoGAF runs through the process if you're interested in that sort of thing.

Not that you'd already be bored with the SNES Mini's current line-up. But still, this is sure to make the die-hard and rather obsessive fans of Chrono Trigger happy.

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Posted 01:46pm 09/10/17
Posted 03:15pm 09/10/17
i would have purchased if it came with Super Star wars
Posted 09:38pm 09/10/17
I didn't really buy it to play it because my emulator works great but I found myself playing Secret of Mana again!

Not sure why they gave it such a limited amount of games, let alone a Wi-Fi card to let you purchase more ROMs.
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