Ahoy Captain Cats here and today we are talking about the Super Nintendo turning 30 and the legacy it has left behind.

The Super Nintendo or SNES was developed by Nintendo R&D 2 and was the successor to the NES. Unlike the NES, the SNES was a 16-bit video game system and was late in the fourth generation in gaming but came out on top with a total of 49.1 million units sold worldwide and the system was discontinued in 2003. The SNES has some of the best games the came out during its 12 year run with games such as Super Mario World, Chrono Trigger, Super Castlevania 4, Secret of Mana, Zombies Ate My Neighbors, and of course Super Metroid.

To this day the SNES is still beloved and people to this day still create new games for it and it shows how much people loved this system. Thank you SNES and Happy Birthday