The Super NES Classic Edition is going to be a hot item this year, but one inventive creator beat Nintendo to the punch with their own SNES emulator.
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Yesterday, a Redditor shared a Frankenstein SNES creation with the world: an SNES emulator installed inside of an old SNES cartridge.
The tiny computer inside that cartridge was made using a Raspberry Pi board and was loaded up with an SNES emulator, complete with a few classic SNES games like Super Metroid and Super Mario World.
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