For those of you wanting to start making SNES games to play on the console heres the thing for you....
Features:Quickdev16 is a developer cartridge for the Super Nintendo and it can be used to upload homebrew roms to the console. You can upload rom images tup to the size of 16Mbit. Currently NTSC and PAL SNES consoles are supported by using a dedicated CIC chip on the Quickdev16 cartridge. Homebrew roms and games that depend on the save game feature or that use DSP chips are not supported by this release. You can connect the cartridge via usb to your computer and upload roms with a command line tool. Currently Linux,OS X and Windows software builds are available.
Get one from here
- 16 MBit SRAM for ROM storage
- ATmega644 MCU for housekeeping
- USB connection for ROM upload
- ucon64 software compatibel
- PAL/NTSC CICs are supported
- Lo/Hi ROM support
- Reset trigger and sniffer from cartridge possible
- AVR USB Bootloader for quick firmware updates
- Snes bootloader intro
- Snes powered, no power source needed
At $120 a pop there a bit on the expensive side, but seeing something you made come up on screen via the console you made it for is priceless.