Nintendo hasn’t confirmed this as yet but it appears that the company might be adding a plethora of SNES games to Nintendo Switch Online. The service already provides subscribers with access to several NES games so it wouldn’t be out of the ordinary if it started offering SNES games as well. A data miner seems reasonably sure that this is going to happen.


A data miner has come across a list of SNES titles that could potentially be added to Nintendo Switch Online in the not too distant future. KapuccinoHeck on Twitter dug through the app’s code and found the list of 22 SNES games in addition to code names for four emulator types.

This suggests that two more will be following up the SNES. The titles that could be added to Nintendo Switch Online include Super Mario Kart, Legend of Zelda: Link to the past, Contra 3, Super Mario World, Super Mario All-Stars, and many more.

Four emulator types were discovered in the code as well. Kachikachi and Canoe relate to the NES Classic and SNES Classic respectively and there’s no saying what Hiyoko and Count represent. This could mean that there will be two new Classic consoles or three new consoles for Switch Online.

There’s some speculation that the remaining two emulators could be for the Game Boy or Game Boy Advanced. Nintendo hasn’t officially confirmed or denied any of this so far.

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