This guide will show you how to play N64 games like Super Mario 64 on your SNES Classic Mini. Please note the SNES Classic does not run most N64 games well but some games (like Mario 64) are very playable. Please see our list of compatible games on the bottom of this page.
How-to Play N64 Games on Your SNES Classic Mini
(If you have already installed hakchi2 to your console, skip to step #5.)
1. Download hakchi2 CE (hakchi2_CE_#.#.#.zip) and extract it to your computer.
2. Run hakchi.exe.
3. Go to Kernel > Install / Repair and hit Yes.
4. Now follow the steps on the screen - connect your console to your computer, hold down the reset button and turn it on, and then release the reset button after a few seconds. You will also need to Install driver if this is your first time.
5. Go to Modules > Hakchi Mod store.
6. Go to the Retroarch tab, select RetroArch Neo #.#.#, and hit Download and Install Module.
7. Follow the instructions on the screen and prepare your console if prompted.
8. Go to the Retroarch Cores tab, select Mupen64Plus Retroarch Core, and hit Download and Install Module. Now exit Hakchi Mod store.
9. Now hit Add more games and add the ROMs files (you can add multiple at once and you do not need to unzip the ROM file). If prompted to patch a game, hit Yes.
11. [Optional] Highlight the games, right-click, and select Download box art for selected games OR you can manually select each game and add your own box art by hitting Browse in the bottom right corner.
12. Hit Synchronize selected games with NES/SNES Mini.
13. After the process is complete, the games will be available on your SNES Classic Mini.
Mapping N64 Controller for SNES Classic Mini
14. Launch the game and press Start + Select to open the Retroarch menu.
15. Go to Quick Menu > Controls to map your controls.
We recommend using a Wii Classic Controller Pro to play N64 games on the SNES Classic.
Playable N64 Games on SNES Classic
- F-Zero X
- Snowboard Kids
- Snowboard Kids 2
- Starfox 64
- Super Mario 64
- Wipeout 64
Note: Some of the games listed may have minor issues but should be fully playable. This list will be updated regularly.
Please leave us a comment with games that ran well for you so we can expand our list!