Modder Builds Portable Version of Super Nintendo Entertainment System
Yearning for the Sega Genesis and Super Nintendo 16-bit glory days of console-based video gaming? Brian Henderson modified the guts of a Super Nintendo (SNES) system to run in a handheld plastic shell complete with speakers, AV out, a 5-inch display and a "Player 2" port for multi-player fun.
The only downside seems to be that the "SNESp" requires the physical SNES game cartridge. There aren't any plans for production, but we can't help thinking way back to the early '90s and afternoons spent playing classics like the original Mario Kart, Super Metroid, Super Mario World and The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past.
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