Nintendo’s SNES Mini had been out for all of four days before hackers and tinkerers absurd the code and began adding their own games. And it’s a head-scratcher, really. Not that hackers managed to hijack firmware and add their own titles, but that Nintendo didn’t offer them up itself as agenda downloads.

I know I can’t be the only one that would have shelled out $5 or $10 for Chrono Trigger.

YouTuber Skullator, from what I can tell, appears to be the first with a absolute tutorial on how to hack the animate yourself using an actionable build of hackchi2. It’s not for the faint of heart. In fact, I wouldn’t acclaim it for most gamers, unless you’re okay with the abeyant to brick your new console.

If you’re okay with the risk (and you have a firm grasp on Python) you can follow along with the video and try it out.

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