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Super Nintendo Classic Mini with *21+100=121* games installed (region free) set 1

€129.95

Super Nintendo Classic Mini with *21+100=121* games installed (region free) set 1

€129.95

SNES Classic Mini.

New unsealed Super Nintendo mini console. 

Region free.

This SNES Classic Mini has the original 21 games plus 100 extra games installed on it, making it a total of 121 games!
Includes 2 controllers, HDMI and USB cables. No power supply unit included, but it is not needed if you connect the device to a usb port of your tv set. 
The SNES Classic Mini features a Suspend Point option meaning that you can save any game at any point and even rewind up to 45 seconds and start the saved state right before you made a mistake in the game! 


This SNES Classic Mini is like new, used only once for testing. Please refer to pictures for more details of condition and contents.

The included 121 games are:

 

  1. ActRaiser 
  2. The Adventures of Batman & Robin
  3. Aero Fighters
  4. Arkanoid - Doh It Again
  5. Axelay
  6. Batman Returns
  7. Battletoads & Double Dragon - The Ultimate Team
  8. Battletoads in Battlemaniacs
  9. Bio Metal
  10. Blackthorne
  11. Blazeon
  12. Brain Lord
  13. Brawl Brothers
  14. Breath of Fire
  15. Breath of Fire 2
  16. Bust-a-Move
  17. Captain Commando
  18. Castlevania - Dracula X (Castlevania - Vampire's Kiss)
  19. Chrono Trigger
  20. Contra III - The Alien Wars (Super Probotector: Alien Rebels)
  21. Darius Twin
  22. Demon's Crest
  23. Donkey Kong Country
  24. Donkey Kong Country 2 - Diddy's Kong Quest
  25. Donkey Kong Country 3 - Dixie Kong's Double Trouble
  26. E.V.O. Search for Eden
  27. Earthbound
  28. Earthworm Jim
  29. F-Zero
  30. Fatal Fury
  31. Fatal Fury 2
  32. Fatal Fury Special
  33. Fighter's History
  34. Final Fantasy II
  35. Final Fantasy III
  36. Final Fight
  37. Final Fight 2
  38. Final Fight 3
  39. Gods
  40. Gokujou Parodius
  41. Gradius III
  42. Hagane
  43. Indiana Jones' Greatest Adventures
  44. Jikkyou Oshaberi Parodius
  45. Joe & Mac
  46. Joe & Mac 2 - Lost in the Tropics
  47. Kirby's Avalanche
  48. Kirby's Dream Course
  49. Kirby's Dream Land 3
  50. Kirby Super Star (Kirby's Fun Pak)
  51. Knights of the Round
  52. Legend
  53. The Legend of The Mystical Ninja
  54. The Legend of Zelda - A Link to the Past
  55. The Lost Vikings
  56. Lufia & The Fortress of Doom
  57. Lufia II - Rise of the Sinistrals
  58. Magic Sword
  59. The Magical Quest Starring Mickey Mouse
  60. Maui Mallard in Cold Shadow
  61. Mega Man 7
  62. Mega Man X
  63. Mega Man X2
  64. Mega Man X3
  65. Mega Man's Soccer
  66. Metal Warriors
  67. Mortal Kombat II
  68. Mr. Do!
  69. Naxat Super Pinball - Jaki Hakai
  70. Ninja Gaiden Trilogy
  71. The Ninja Warriors
  72. Nosferatu
  73. Out of This World
  74. Parodius - Non-Sense Fantasy
  75. Phalanx - The Enforce Fighter A-144
  76. Pocky & Rocky
  77. Pocky & Rocky 2
  78. Prince of Persia
  79. Q-bert 3
  80. Realm
  81. Rival Turf
  82. R-Type III - The Third Lightning
  83. Secret of Mana
  84. Shadowrun
  85. Soldiers of Fortune (The Chaos Engine)
  86. Sonic Blast Man
  87. Sonic Blast Man II
  88. Space Megaforce
  89. Sparkster
  90. Star Fox
  91. Star Fox 2
  92. Street Fighter II Turbo - Hyper Fighting
  93. Sunset Riders
  94. Super Adventure Island
  95. Super Adventure Island II
  96. Super Bomberman
  97. Super Bomberman 2
  98. Super Bomberman 3
  99. Super Bomberman 4
  100. Super Bomberman 5
  101. Super Buster Bros. (Super Pang)
  102. Super Castlevania IV
  103. Super Double Dragon
  104. Super Ghouls 'N Ghosts
  105. Super Mario All-Stars
  106. Super Mario Kart
  107. Super Mario RPG - Legend of the Seven Stars
  108. Super Mario World
  109. Super Mario World 2 - Yoshi's Island
  110. Super Metroid
  111. Super Punch-Out!!
  112. Super R-Type
  113. Super Smash T.V.
  114. Super Turrican
  115. Super Turrican 2
  116. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles IV - Turtles in Time
  117. Thunder Spirits
  118. Total Carnage
  119. U.N. Squadron
  120. Weapon Lord
  121. Zombies Ate My Neighbors

We have various SNES Classic Mini sets for sale, each with a different set of 100 additional games on it!


Genre: consoles

Super Nintendo Entertainment System: Super NES Classic Edition, known as Nintendo Classic Mini: Super Nintendo Entertainment System in Europe and Australia and the Nintendo Classic Mini: Super Famicom (Japanese: ニンテンドークラシックミニ スーパーファミコン) in Japan, is a dedicated video game console by Nintendo, which emulates the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. The console, a successor to the NES Classic Edition, comes with twenty-one Super NES titles pre-installed, including the new release Star Fox 2.

Hardware

The console is distributed in three variations, featuring the unique design of the original systems released in Japan, North America, and Europe respectively. While the North American release features an appearance based on the straight-angled grey-and-purple design of the SNES, the Japan and PAL region releases are modelled after the rounded edge Super Famicom design as originally released in these regions.

Internally, the console uses similar hardware as the NES Classic Edition. It uses an Allwinner R16 system on a chip with four ARM Cortex-A7 central processing unit and an ARM Mali 400 MP2 graphics processing unit. It includes 512 MB of flash storage and 256 MB of DDR3 memory.

The system features HDMI display output and two controller ports; two wired SNES controllers are bundled with the system. The controller ports are hidden behind a faux front flap which is designed to appear like the original Super NES controller ports. Similarly to the predecessor's controllers, the Super NES Classic Edition controllers have connectors that can be inserted into the Wii Remote, and be used to play Super NES games on the Wii and Wii U Virtual Console. The Wii's Classic Controller is also compatible with the Super NES Classic Edition.

The console uses the Linux operating system and runs a set of emulators developed by Nintendo's European Research & Development (NERD). These emulators provide the basic compatibility with the Super NES system, and for specific games, chipsets that were included on the cartridges, such as the Super FX chip used for Star Fox.

Nintendo had been criticized for the lack of availability of the NES Classic Edition, of which they sold 2.3 million units between November 2016 and April 2017, having not been prepared for the console's popularity. With the Super NES Classic Edition, Nintendo originally said that although they were prepared to produce significantly more Super NES Classics than NES Classics, they would be halting production at the end of 2017. Due to overwhelming demand, Nintendo changed their plans, with Nintendo of America CEO Reggie Fils-Aimé not only confirming the continued production of the system throughout 2018, but also confirming the return of the NES Classic, which many people were unable to get after people bought masses of them and resold them for much more than their MSRP. Fils-Aimé also discouraged consumers from buying from these scalpers and said there would be plenty stock of both NES and SNES. The Super NES Classic Edition ships with controllers with 5-foot (1.5 m) cables, addressing complaints about the short 3-foot (0.91 m) ones used for the NES Classic.

A means to hack the SNES Classic System to allow users to install additional software onto the unit was discovered by the same user that found the hack for the NES Classic Edition. The hack has more limitations compared to the NES Classic Edition, in that not all SNES games can work due to need to emulate the custom cartridge chipset.

Games

The microconsole contains 21 built-in games. Among these include Star Fox 2, a sequel to Star Fox that had been cancelled near the very end of its development in 1995; while Nintendo had given no official word to the cancellation, developer Dylan Cuthbert said that Nintendo feared how Star Fox 2 would look compared to similar games on the more-advanced PlayStation and Sega Saturn consoles. Players can unlock Star Fox 2 on the SNES Classic upon clearing the first level of Star Fox.

Despite the fact the hardware shells are different, both western editions of the microconsole will feature identical software, and all included games are based on their American localizations running at 60 Hz, similarly to the NES Classic Edition. Consequently, games that originally had different titles in the PAL regions now use the American monikers, such as Contra III: The Alien Wars (originally Super Probotector: Alien Rebels), Star Fox (originally Starwing) and Kirby Super Star(originally Kirby's Fun Pak).

Source: Wikipedia