Snes9x EX+

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About this game

Advanced open-source SNES emulator based on Snes9x with a minimalist UI and a focus on low audio/video latency, supporting a wide variety of devices from the original Xperia Play to modern devices like the Nvidia Shield and Pixel phones.

Features include:
* Supports .smc and .sfc file formats, optionally compressed with ZIP, RAR, or 7Z
* Cheat code support using .cht file format
* Configurable on-screen controls
* Bluetooth/USB gamepad & keyboard support compatible with any HID device recognized by the OS like Xbox and PS4 controllers

No ROMs are included with this app and must be supplied by the user. It supports Android's storage access framework for opening files on both internal and external storage (SD cards, USB drives, etc.).

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Please report any crashes or device-specific problems via email (include your device name and OS version) or GitHub so future updates continue to run on as many devices as possible.
Updated on
Nov 28, 2023

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Ratings and reviews

101K reviews
October 31, 2022
For the most part, it works great with pretty much all of my favorite old school SNES games. However, I do have a complaint about the most recent update: the change to the savestate/autosaves function. Before, it was much easier and more convenient to access from the main menu, and I could easily disable autosaves. Now, I have to go into an extra sub-menu to use the manual saves, and it doesn't seem to be possible to disable autosaves in favor of on-demand manual saves. Please revert this.
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E. I. Brown
June 20, 2022
Works about as well as the desktop version I've used for over a decade — it's missing a few features, like being able to exclude graphic layers, but I consider this only a minor issue. The virtual controls aren't great for action games due to lack of tactile feedback, but that's a problem with the medium, not the app. On the flip side, the sound renders FAR better on the mobile app than the PC app — far more authentic to the original SNES.
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January 19, 2021
This is a very good emulator for SNES games, and I highly recommend this. My only problem is I find it rather complicated to start up a game. If you have a bunch of ROMs downloaded, and if you want to find them, you have to create a new folder on your phone storage, you cant Auto find ROMs. Also, the main issue I have is there is NO menu. You can't select your games with ease. But its AMAZING. The xbox controls are the same as switch online, and you have PLENTY of options! A great emulator!
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What's new

* Update core to Snes9x GIT d30060c (2023.11.03)
* Add state rewind support, configure by setting rewind states in Options->System and binding the rewind action to virtual/physical controls
* When moving virtual controls, add option to snap to pixel grid (2 to 64 pixels)
* Remember scroll position when going up a folder
* Add key bindings for system reset
* Various tweaks and fixes for physical gamepad mappings