If you were born in the 1980s, just the name of the SNES will make you feel like you’re going back in time. So, we put together a list of the best SNES emulators for Android to warm the hearts of people who grew up before the year 2000.
SNES9x Emulator Box
Based on SNES9x, Emulator Box has the latest UI interface (unfortunately, you can’t move it, which can be annoying), gets constant optimization updates, and works on devices with Android 4.1 or higher. The developer will respond to your Google Play Store comments, which I think is a good thing. Also, you can use it for free. But you might have trouble with the controller, and there are a few ads that get in the way.
John has made another emulator, this time for the SNES. This emulator supports zipped files, fast forward, slow motion, Bluetooth and the MOGA controller, Dropbox (with John DataSync), save states with previews, and a fully customizable layout. What more could you want? This one is definitely worth a look, and it’s also free. Sometimes the ads can be annoying, but if you buy “remove ads,” you can get rid of them. This Android SNES emulator will only work on phones with an operating system of 6.0 or higher.
MultiSneS16 is a version of the super solid Snes9x open-source emulator that lets you play games with other people over a LAN network or even online without the need for third-party apps. You can use a Social Network account to invite other people to play online, and you can join public servers made by other users. The game also lets you create your own cheat codes, controllers, layouts, and save and load states. This Android SNES emulator also has a single-player mode that you can use when you’re not online. There are no ads, it’s easy to use, you can play with other people, and you can save as many times as you want. We strongly suggest.