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Latest revision as of 03:58, 16 January 2020

Developer(s) NERD
Latest version 2.3.0531.0
Platform(s) Linux, Windows[1]
Emulates SNES
Website nerd.nintendo.com
Source code Nintendo OSS (Partial)

Canoe is the emulator used in the SNES Classic Edition and Super Famicom Classic Mini.


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Canoe is built for Linux, running on the ARM CPU in the SNES Classic Edition. It has 3 video option modes, Pixel Perfect (8:7 nearest neighbor), 4:3 (nearest neighbor), or a CRT filter (also 4:3). There are 4 savestate slots, and the emulator has auto-savestate/loadstate when going to and from the game launcher. It also has a rewind feature, that can go back 40-50 seconds.

Compatibility is much lower than other available SNES emulators,[2] as Canoe doesn't support all special chips. Accuracy seems to be much lower as well as it has issues with many games, including a glitch in one of the 21 games included with the SNES Classic Edition,[3] and Canoe has numerous per-game patches baked into it.


SNES Classic Version Canoe Version
v2.0.7 2.2.0426.0
v2.0.12 2.3.0529.0
v2.0.13 2.3.0531.0
v2.0.14 2.3.0531.0