Make your own SNES game for $120

You always hear about these homebrew Dreamcast games still being released. For the most part, that’s just sad. Now, if it were Super Nintendo games…well, that’s still cool. I don’t know why, but I’m all over playing new SNES experiences. The 1990’s are cool again, right?

Should you have the programming ability to make a new SNES game, the Quickdev 16 makes it relatively easy for you to bang out something tangible. For $120 you’ll get a Atmel AVR ATmega644 cart and all the connectors to get your little game on the cart. Of course you could release your game as a ROM to play on emulators, but it’s just not the same.

I remember some time back I nabbed a ROM of some horny homebrew game where you controlled the thrust rate of a nude male humping various things with the d-pad. I think it would be fantastic to have that on a cart.

[via Engadget]

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