SNES A Day is a “chronogaming” website where I play and write about every Super Nintendo game released in North America in chronological order. I did it every day for a while, but I’m aiming for a post a week for now. It’s quite the undertaking but I’m having a blast doing it.
Accuracy is something I strive for, but the nature of this blog means I can’t spend a ton of time on each game I write about. A few hours, usually. I like to think of it as popping the Game Pak into the system with no expectations. The goal is to figure out whether a game is worth playing or not today. I play these games on the SNES9x and bsnes emulators on my PC for convenience and ease of capturing photos and videos.
I came up with the idea of this blog after reading Earthbound, by Ken Baumann, and the Reverse Design series of gameplay analysis books. I recommend both if you’re itching for more writing about the Super Nintendo. If you’re interested in listening to people talk about retro games, check out the legendary Retronauts podcast.
Thank you for reading!