GENERAL DOWNLOAD LINK
This Toolkit includes:
~ 250 Retro Games
- Console Engines for 14 Systems (Windows 64 Bits)
- 3 Variants of Patching Programs
- 2 Essentials for MINI SNES Modding
- 1 Piece of Emulator HUB Software
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I - Introduction
II - Emulators and Launch Box
III - MINI SNES Modding
IV - Retro Fangames
V - SNES Recommendations
VI - Source Links & Videos
VII - Disclaimer
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I - Introduction
Do you like old games? Are you sick of Triple A companies releasing overhyped 60 dollar titles with day 1 Patches and DLC? Are you dirt poor? Do you think Darth GayBen is responsible for the necrotic rot of the entire gaming industry? Are You bored to death? Would you rather blow a load of hot lead through your cranium than play yet another Koala Doody?
If you answered "Yes" to any of theses questions, then this guide and it's contents are for You. And maybe even if you didn't say yes, you may still get some use out of this thing. I certainly did.
In this guide I will assist You how to create, set up and play your own Retro Gaming collection with entirely free and (mostly) legal software. You can download them in a neat little toolbox I prepared for You or You can get them yourself from their designated mothersites. Furthermore You will find 3 Step-by-Step instructions with illustrations how to use everything You find here, Some overall advice on games and of course all the source material I drew this from over the last month if You wish to look it up yourself.
How I came to make this compilation
I myself knew of the existence of Emulator technology since about 2007. At the time I was not into it for a lack of interest in 16 Bit Era Games as I regarded them as outdated. The whole concept of playing old console games on Computers seemed highly sketchy to me and even if i wanted to at the time, I had zero knowledge how to deal with it and was scared off by the potential problems with the law. I basicly ignored the whole emulation scene for the next decade, occasionally watching videos about old games on Youtube.
All this changed around the end 2016 when I heard that Nintendo was about to re-release an old Console, a new edition of the 1986 NES, a big game collection in an authentic console case with a new oldschool controller. I was curious about the thing, but my ambition was initially stumped for my own lack of love for the system and it seemingly being limited to its 30 title library. I never ended up acquiring one due to the thing being in short supply and the merchandise falling victim to greedy resell scammers.
Unexpectedly I ended finding a certain Retro Gaming Channel in late 2017 that informed me about the impeding release of yet another new re-release System, The SNES Mini. This one I became genuinely interested in and thankfully the production supply was higher and less pestered by scammers than it's predecessor. I caught wind that people managed to hack the NES and I expected it would only be a question of time until the same would be achieved for this version. To my luck I ended up getting one of these MINI SNES' gifted, got into roiding up my machine shortly after and eventually all this culminated in putting together this bulk of text.
But thats enough about that. Before you fall into a Coma lets get right into the meat.