Have You Ever Dreamed of Creating a Game for SNES?

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Well, now with the quickdev16 you can. This is a developers cart for loading homebrew and other roms to your SNES system. Build your game and then try it out on your SNES. Both NTSC and PAL SNES consoles work with the kit. You can develop and upload a game up to 16Mbits. They have patched upload software running under Mac OSX and other various Operating Systems. It sells for $120 dollars and that price includes shipping.

Quickdev16 Home Page

About Mac Emulators
I am an Old School gamer with roots in emulation and gaming. I love video games, but mostly I love the old ones from our past. Emulation is a way to experience all these old games on your personal computer.

3 Responses to Have You Ever Dreamed of Creating a Game for SNES?

  1. Pingback: Have You Ever Dreamed of Creating a Game for SNES? « Mac … emulator emulate

  2. daveb says:

    Pretty rad I wonder how good the dev kit is! Remaster super mario world!

    • Mac Emulators says:

      Many people have remastered the original Super Mario. I will attempt to find some of the roms and post the links. I will not be uploading them to the Box File Widget unfortunately, due to the copy rights that Nintendo holds over the games that people are changing. Although if you can find some place that says otherwise I would love to upload them to the Box File Widget all packed nicely together in a zip file. I might “have a friend” do that and use Sendspace for us. I will make a post about it.

      Cheers! Thanks for your interest in the Mac Emlators Blog.

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