It seems that pretty much everyone is making their own version of SNES9X Wii, the Super Nintendo Entertainment System Emulator that was recently made to run on the Nintendo Wii - and such is the case with homebrew developer lltcggie, who came out with his own take and named it the GX Edition 0.1.0 front version 0.5.
What's so special about this particular edition of the SNES9X Wii, you ask? Well, pretty much the fact that it saves and loads to the front SD Card. Yes, that's right. Now you can save SRAM to the front slot AND not worry about your save files disappearing somewhere else. And that, my friends, is awesome.
Now, as always, we'd like to remind you that this homebrew program can only work if you use either the Twilight Hack, the Geckoloader, or the Front SD ELF Loader - so make sure you're familiar with those before trying to pull this off. In any case, enjoy!
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