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Score a free Super NES Classic [Deals]

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Now's your chance to win a Super NES Classic, loaded with 20 genre-defining games and endless hours of nostalgia.
Now's your chance to win a Super NES Classic, loaded with 20 genre-defining games and endless hours of nostalgia.
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Ah the ’90s, a time when things were simpler, including the video games. Anyone who played SNES has fond memories of dozens of games that are now bona fide classics. Being 16-bit didn’t make them any less fun, which explains the excitement over Nintendo’s Super NES Classic.

It’s a nostalgia-packed gaming machine, and right now you can enter to win a Super NES Classic for free.

Relive the golden days of gaming with the SNES on your iPhone [Deals]

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It's like a classic Super Nintendo Entertainment System, only better.
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For those who grew up with it, the Super Nintendo Entertainment System represents all that’s right and good about gaming. The feel of that classic gray controller, with its signature purple push buttons, is enough to take anybody back to better days, and the SNES30 proves it.

A 1:1 replica design with brand new features like Bluetooth and USB connections, you can connect it with your favorite gaming platform, even mount your phone with an expandable clip mount. And right now you can get one for $34.95 at Cult of Mac Deals.

The Best Alternatives to Super Mario Bros On iOS [App Store Roundup]

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I fell in love with Super Mario Bros. when my parents bought me a Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) for Christmas as a young boy, and I’ve been obsessed with Super Mario games ever since. There’s nothing that would please me more than having the chunky plumber in my pocket on my iPhone. But since Nintendo refuses to bring its titles to iOS, we’re forced to play the alternatives.

But that’s not necessarily a bad thing. The absence of Super Mario has spawned a number of terrific platforming alternatives that are just as enjoyable. I’ve been enjoying a number of them over the years, and thought it was about time I shared the best of the bunch.