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Inspired by the NES Mini, this gamer has created a mini SNES emulator

With the NES Classic Edition set to grace store shelves later this year, and with countless emulators already offering support for classic consoles, it was any wonder why someone hasn’t created a minuscule emulators of other popular Nintendo platforms.

One retro gamer has come to the rescue with a very awesome custom-made SNES, which can fit in the palm of your hand and plays, just as you might imagine, SNES ROMs.

Put together by the very awesome lyberty5, the “Raspberry pi Zero”, as he calls it, comes with a USB hub, and is roughly the size of a SNEZ cartridge, maybe a little smaller.

Check out the creative juices flowing in the video below.

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