It is already known that the NES Classic Edition was hacked, allowing users to add their favorite games to the console.
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Rather than waiting on a solution from Nintendo, hackers have already figured out how to load far more than 21 games into the game's 300 MB of storage.
With a little bit of work, it's simple for anyone with a PC and a SNES Classic to flash a new software version onto the SNES Classic, which opens up the ability to side-load NES and SNES games easily. Several tutorials have now been published by the SNES Classic community that make it easy to install more games on your SNES. "You can use RetroArch mod for problem games", says the description of the software on GitHub.
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To hack the system, all you need is a USB link to a PC and a free software tool. A few wrong moves and your SNES Classic won't be playing any games. The console may be able to hold up to 63 games, and there are hundreds that have been confirmed to work on unlocked consoles.
To see if the games you want to install on your SNES Classic is working, you can refer to this comprehensive list. Since the system only comes with a limited amount of games, so this is good news to a lot of folks who may have wanted to play certain titles that didn't make the cut with the standard loadout.
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Before using the software, a user must know that it is not without risk, and the process may even brick the console. Apart from the SNES Classic Mini, the hakchi2 supports miniature NES, Famicom, and Super Famicom. But Nintendo has promised to ramp up production to try to ensure that it can fulfill demand in the run-up to the holiday season.