Have you ever gone to the app store to get a Super Nintendo Game, but you can't find one to play. Well now you can play these nintendo games with the snes emulator from cydia. This emulator allows you to play Nintendo games on your idevice, even with a Wiimote! This is a very detailed simple step-by-step tutorial which will show you pictures for every step to visually explain what to do. This is also 100% free if you already have all the materials needed.

I was inspired to make this because...

- I always wanted to play Nintendo on my iPad. 
- I wanted to teach people about playing on the iPad with a Wiimote.
- I wanted to play Nintendo on a bigger screen when on the go.

You should download this because...

- It would be fun and entertaining for road trips.
- Wiimote is very responsive and fun.
- You can pick out the best games you want for free without discs.

Download files at your own risk.

Step 1: Materials

- Jailbroken idevice (iOS 5.1.x)
- Cydia

Files that will be downloaded:
- snes4iphone (Cydia Store)
- WiiMote OpenGL-ES Demo

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ipad is so big, its perfect for playing emulators with the wiimote
this makes me really want an ipad :D my generation just missed the nes and i think that it is really fun, its just my ipod screen is soo small and the ipad looks so amazing.
Thanks! I really enjoy playing Mario with this app. <br> <br>The iPod should look fine with this app because it is built as an iPhone app. Also you won't need to use the controls on the screen of your iPod, you can just use the wii remote. Normally iPhone apps don't look good on the iPad, but it looks so good here because I have retina pad from the cydia store.
great tutorial very nice for people not very tech savvy
Thank you. Its very nice that you say so!

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