DIY Super NES Classic #08: The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past / Anodyne
Anodyne isn’t an epic fantasy adventure like The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, but it’s got the kind of puzzling dungeons that Zelda fans adore.
DIY Super NES Classic #07: Kirby's Dream Course / Behold the Kickmen
Behold the Kickmen simulates soccer about as well as the Super NES Classic’s Kirby’s Dream Course simulates golf—i.e. it doesn’t.
DIY Super NES Classic #06: Kirby Super Star / Owlboy
There’s no game out there quite like the Super NES Classic’s Kirby Super Star. There’s no game quite like Owlboy, either.
DIY Super NES Classic #05: F-Zero / Redout
If F-Zero is the high-speed, anti-gravity racer of your childhood, then Redout is the high-speed, anti-gravity racer all grown up.
DIY Super NES Classic #04: Final Fantasy VI (III) / Cosmic Star Heroine
Like Final Fantasy VI, Cosmic Star Heroine kicks off with action and never lets up—and it’s got a better combat system than the SNES classic, too!
DIY Super NES Classic #03: Earthbound / Why Am I Dead at Sea
Supernatural murder mystery Why Am I Dead at Sea has all the charm, wit, and weirdness of the Super NES Classic’s Earthbound—and none of the boring bits.
DIY Super NES Classic #02: Donkey Kong Country / Mekazoo
Roll, swing, and climb your way through a technological jungle in Mekazoo, the best animal-themed platformer since the Super NES’ Donkey Kong Country.
DIY Super NES Classic #01: Contra III / Broforce
If you miss Contra III never-ending barrage of bullets, bombs, and bros, check out Broforce, a game so manly that you can smell the testosterone.
Introducing the Do-It-Yourself Super NES Classic
If you can’t find a Super NES Classic, here’s the next best thing: a bunch of indie games that play exactly like your favorite 16-bit classics.