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SuperGNES Lite

SuperGNES Lite

SuperGNES Lite is a Super Nintendo emulator for the Android platform.

This emulator supports the Super Accelerator (SA-1) chip using a full ARM assembler core. The SA-1 was implemented in a number of popular SNES games such as Kirby's Dream Land 3, PGA Tour '96, Dragon Ball Z: Hyper Dimension, and Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars. The SA-1 had a 10 MHz clock speed, memory mapping capabilities and a processor core based on the 65C816 with programmable timers.

SuperGNESLite in action

There is also a paid version available which enables save state support and multiple game genie selection.


  • Fast emulation
  • Ultra-fast SuperFX core for playing StarFox & Yoshi
  • On screen multi-touch controls which lets users simultaneously direct and button press at the same time. There is optional feedback
  • Choose screen size, orientation and flip upside-down
  • Auto-detects games and shows cover art
  • Hundreds of Game Genie cheats to choose from
  • Fast-forward games using turbo skip
  • Supports the Sony Ericsson xPeria Play's controller
  • Screen shape: Regular, Scaled, Stretched and Wide screen aspect ratio
  • Controller mappings
  • Keyboard button cross-mappings
  • Game Settings Profiles
  • Virtual keyboard
  • Supports smc, fig, sfc, zip and 7z formats
Web site:
Bubble Zap Games
Blog, FAQGame Compatibility Database


SuperGNES Lite does offer the full console experience of the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, although sound support is not perfect on some games. Particularly impressive is its fast, smooth emulation and being highly customizable.


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