You know, like the Yeti’s that came out? Well, first of all the RTIC and Ozark brands work just as Well? Why does it sound like I’m trying to sell you something? I’m not, I just wanted to share something awesome that my lovely wife does in her spare time.
My wife customizes tumblers. And they look amazing. See below:
Those are just a few of what she’s made. If you to see more of the tumblers she’s done, you can check out her business Facebook page Kreative Storm. She is extremely creative and crafty and I wanted to brag on her a little bit. So, make sure you give her page a look and if you’re interested in buying one, that’s cool, too.
So, you want a SNES mini? Maybe you had one of the original console or you just think it’s cool. It is pretty amazing. It is a great splash into some of the great games the console had to offer. Unfortunately, it is missing some of the other amazing SNES games.
So, once you finish beating the games on the SNES mini, or if you haven’t gotten your hands on one, you should look into downloading an emulator. There are tons of sites to get the emulator, as well as the games to play on it, dubbed ROMs. My go to site is Emuparadise. If you have a Galaxy smartphone, you can actually get an emulator from the Play Store for free. My favorite is the ZSNES, but there are several. Once you get your emulator, check out these awesome games.
- Chrono Trigger
- Illusion of Gaia
- Super Mario All-Stars
- Final Fantasy IV & V
- Secret of Evermore
- Zombies Are My Neighbors
If you only play one of those games, my recommendation is Chrono Trigger. It has a great story, awesome characters, and a pretty great sequel that came out on PSone (Chrono Cross).
Well, just wanted to throw my two cents out there. I wish you luck if you’re trying to get your hands on the SNES Classic. And if you’re doing some emulator gaming later, have fun!