The SNES PC Case Mod


The weekends are usually pretty quiet but here is a cool case mod by quangDX and DuPPs. Using the Super Nintendo and the Acer Aspire One A150, they have created a SNES PC Case Mod. The controller ports have been converted to USB adapters (via a faux controller cable), the cartridge is a CD drive and the cables are plugged in through the back.

There is a webcam and mic as well, a small hole was driving in front of the Super Mario World cartridge for the webcam lens and the microphone is mounted right at the front of the SNES in the center of the front vent. Check out some of the images below.







Information on how the case was created can be found on Asobitech and special thanks to Gamerlimit for the great find.

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29 Responses to “The SNES PC Case Mod”
  1. Nice Work! Like the way you've got the CD / DVD Drive in the cartridge…

  2. super mario says:

    does the power switch work ? (not that it changes the amount of coolness)

  3. bhgat says:

    good work,though bulky

  4. sPiTfIrE-K1LL says:

    Love the lego blockoffs on the back.

  5. Max says:

    I want one!

  6. russianrckt says:

    Instead of using a USB mouse, see if you can use the mouse from Mario Paint 😛

  7. anonymous says:

    This reminds me of Buffalo Bill, wearing the skin of something he shouldn't.

  8. Anon says:

    Where did the fan go?

  9. BRich says:

    That's great but…will it still play games?

  10. blabla says:

    Nice to see someone also put a pc into an SNES.

    I am (afaik) the first person who ever fitted both a cdrom drive and an HDD into an SNES. Though I decided not to put the cd drive into the cartridge as it would stick out more than it would originally (like in your snes version).

    Though congrats to you for this piece of work. I know how hard it is to do such a mod. I especially like the lights beneath the four snes dots logo.

    BTW: I also created a USB-Mouse out of an ordinary mariopaint mouse. I just didn't upload the picture to my website yet.

    Anyhow, here's a link to my website. You can find my SNESPC there.

    Again congrats on a nice project done :)

  11. Alex says:

    Ahaha I love the fax machine 😀

    Great job man. (Y)

  12. quangdx says:

    purchase the aaSNES1 – SNES PC case mod. Bid on it at eBay –

  13. Anon says:

    But can it run crysis?

  14. DCMM says:


    we are an eventagency from Germany, Bochum. Since 2002 we organize the DCMM (German Casemod Championsship). After seven years of amazing creations, we want to internationalize the event. For this reason we are searching new modder out of your country. The SNES PC Case Mod is a great idea. It would be, if you could take part on this event.Further information about the facts of this event, you'll find at

    Best regards, Jan

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  17. weslley txio says:

    Como voce colocou a fonte como um DC de 9v?
    as you put the source as a DC 9v?

  18. mario says:

    what a wast of a non pal mario cart mega hard to get hold of a no pal copy now as 20 years old