There’s nowhere near enough happening in the SNES indie/homebrew development scene right now imo, especially when compared to how active the Genesis scene is in comparison, but there is some new stuff out there, and I just thought I’d showcase some of it here.
Note: Some of these examples may be a few years old, but they’re still new games for SNES that came out decades after it was no longer officially on the market. And some of them may be barely more than simple concept tests, or possibly just glorified ROM hacks, but I still think they’re worth covering here.
Without further ado, let’s begin:
That’s it. I didn’t want to go into detail about each game or anything like that, just have a place where people can see a bunch of these homebrew/indie projects for SNES in order to show it’s entirely possible to make new SNES games in modern times, and hopefully it will inspire some more people out there to try something on SNES too.
Edit: I’m also going to post any SNES games that were previously unfinished/unreleased that also finally got released for the system in modern times too, as I’d be happy to see more games like that also:
Note: If anyone has a new SNES game they’re working on that they’d like me to add to the list, please post a comment with a link to some gameplay footage and I’ll add it here.
2 thoughts on “Modern SNES Games and Demos”
I’m pretty sure the Tom and Jerry one is a cancelled prototype from the 90s.
Yes, it seems you are correct. Well, that’s one less game. Kinda makes it more impressive to see what someone was attempting even back then mind you.
Here’s that video link for anyone who’s curious: https://youtu.be/S8hlRn1QpCw