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How to Add Hundreds of Games to SNES Classic

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From Starfox to Super Mario World, the Super Nintendo (SNES) console spawned some of the most memorable games of all time, and people still want to play them today. Although Nintendo stopped production of the Super Nintendo Mini console in 2019, you can still buy the SNES Classic Edition today… if you’re willing to pay more than double the original price of $79. Unfortunately, if you don’t know how to hack it, you will still be limited to a fairly small collection of games.

When I bought my first SNES Classic, I was thrilled to find 20 pre-installed games in the library, including classics like Secret of Mana and Donkey Kong Country. Nintendo doesn’t offer an official way to add more titles, but there is a simple SNES Classic hack that allows you to install more games, as long as you have the ROMs for them. Keep in mind that downloading ROMs, even for games you own, or copying them, is a legal gray area at best, so we won’t go into that here.

Assuming you have the content available, you can easily hack your SNES Classic to play more games on it. And if you have one of the other mini-consoles, you can rest easy, because hacking an NES Classic or Sega Genesis Mini console should be almost identical.

How to Add Hundreds of Games to SNES Classic

Once you have the games you need, the next step is to set up the required software. You can also use Hakchi to add games to the NES Classic Edition by following these same instructions.

  • Connect your SNES Classic to your PC via a USB cable. Make sure the console is turned off and, if possible, leave the HDMI cable connected to your TV so you can track your progress.
  • Get the latest version of Hakchi 2 from Github. Download the ZIP file and extract its contents to your computer.
  • Open hakchi.exe (the icon looks like an NES controller). If prompted to download additional files and reboot your device, open hakchi.exe again after rebooting.
  • Select SNES (USA/Europe).
  • Select Add More Games and choose the ROMs you want to add to your SNES Classic. You can upload .SMC files or ZIP folders containing them.
  • In the list of custom games, select the games you uploaded to add skins. Select Google to get images directly from Google.
  • In the Hakchi 2 window, select Kernel > Install/Repair, then choose Yes when asked if you want to update the custom kernel.
  • Follow the instructions on the screen. You will be prompted to install the necessary drivers if they were not installed automatically.
  • Once you’re done, select Sync Selected Games to NES/SNES Mini. You will be prompted to confirm that you have already upgraded your custom kernel.
  • Once the game files finish loading, turn off the SNES Classic, and then disconnect it from your computer.
  • Plug the SNES Classic power supply back in, then turn on your console. New games should appear in a folder titled “New Games” in the list along with any preloaded titles.
  • To load more games in the future, reconnect the console to your PC and select Sync selected games with NES/SNES Mini. You don’t have to update the custom kernel every time.

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James Hogan
James Hogan is a senior staff writer at Bollyinside, where he has been covering various topics, including laptops, gaming gear, keyboards, storage, and more. During that period, they evaluated hundreds of laptops and thousands of accessories and built a collection of entirely too many mechanical keyboards for their own use.


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