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In this video I show you how to install SNESES on the Raspberry Pi this is hands down SNES Emulator Frontend For The Raspberry Pi that I have ever come across.
Its made by the same developer who made The Blast 16 frontend for the raspberry pi.
This is a great front end to build a DIY Raspberry Pi Powered SNES Mini or Super Famicom system using the RetroFlag SNES case and 8Bitdo Bluetooth controller!

Download SNESES Here: http://www.sneses.com/

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