Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’d be familiar with Nintendo’s hugely popular Classic Mini consoles. Starting with the NES, and now followed with the SNES, the consoles ship in a cute, miniature enclosure and emulate Nintendo classics using the horsepower of modern ARM chips. These consoles use an emulator that has been created especially for the purpose by Nintendo, in house – and [Morris] wanted to see if he could take the emulator on the SNES Classic Mini and run it on the Raspberry Pi.
Yes, there are already SNES emulators on the Raspberry Pi. But anyone interested …read more http://pje.fyi/PspY85