As you already know, Nintendo is going to release an “NES Mini” (officially titled NES Classic Edition or Nintendo Classic Mini, depending on your region), which is a small machine made to look like a tiny NES packed with 30 pre-installed games from the 8-bit era. Wouldn’t it be awesome if the SNES got the same treatment? You want a SNES Mini, admit it.
Well, YouTube user lyberty5 made it happen. He hand-carved and painted a palm-sized SNES out of clay, and then filled it with a Raspberry Pi Zero motherboard loaded with tons of 16-bit games like Doom and Yoshi’s Island. Pretty spectacular.
Check out the video where he makes the SNES Mini from scratch and then tests it out: