Every SNES Console Variation - Complete Color List

Written by Frederic Fischer - Apr 27, 2021

All SNES Console Variations


The SNES has its place in history. It is one of the most impacful consoles Nintendo ever made. At the time is was not usual for consoles to have many different colors. Therefore the SNES came in 3 completely different system designs for 3 completely different markets. Let's take a look at the list.

This list covers all SNES console variation ever officially released or licensed by Nintendo worldwide. We consider a console variation a unique colored console regardless of its box or packaging.

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1. Standard  SNES Console


Quick Facts
  • Official release by Nintendo
  • Only released in North America in 1991
  • Region code: NTSC-U/C
  • More than 1000000 were made
  • Includes SNES Control Deck, two SNES Controllers, and Super Mario World cartridge

2. SNES Control Set Console


Quick Facts
  • Official release by Nintendo
  • Released in Europe in 1992
  • Region code: PAL
  • More than 1000000 were made
  • Bundled with 1 controller

3. SNES Super Nintendo Jr. Console


Quick Facts
  • Official release by Nintendo
  • Released in North America only
  • Region code: NTSC-U/C
  • It is estimated that between 100000 and 1000000 of this variation were made
  • Smaller version of the original SNES
  • White colored console with Purple buttons

4. Nintendo Super Famicom Jr. Console


Quick Facts
  • Official release by Nintendo
  • Console released in Japan
  • Region code: NTSC-J
  • It is estimated that between 50000 and 100000 of this variation were made
  • Smaller version of the original Super Famicom
  • White/grey colored console
  • Removed Eject button
  • Bundled with 1 controller

5. Nintendo Super Famicom Console


Quick Facts
  • Official release by Nintendo
  • Released in Japan in 1990
  • Region code: NTSC-J
  • More than 1000000 were made
  • Standard Japanese Super Nintendo Entertainment System
  • In Japan the system was called Super Famicom

6. Hyundai Super Comboy Console


Quick Facts
  • Official release by Nintendo
  • Released in Korea
  • Region code: NTSC-J
  • It is estimated that between 5000 and 10000 of this variation were made
  • Super Nintendo Entertainment System distributed by Hyundai in South Korea
  • Due to a trade embargo Nintendo released its consoles through Hyundai before 1998

7. SNES Mini Classic Console


Quick Facts
  • Official release by Nintendo
  • Console released in USA and EU
  • More than 1000000 were made
  • The SNES mini was released in 3 different console variations to match with the original released consoles at its time
  • Bundled with 2 controllers
  • Has 20 games included + never before released Starfox 2

8. Super Famicom Mini Classic


Quick Facts
  • Official release by Nintendo
  •  Released in Japan (November 29, 2017)
  • Region code: NTSC-J
  • More than 1000000 were made
  • The SNES mini was released in 3 different console variations to match with the original released consoles at its time
  • Bundled with 1 controller
  • Has 20 games included + never before released Star Fox 2

9. Nintendo Super Famicom Box Kiosk


Quick Facts
  • Official release by Nintendo
  • Released in Japan in 1992
  • Region code: NTSC-J
  • Tabletop model
  • It is estimated that between 5000 and 10000 of this variation were made
  • It's an arcade machine where you can play SNES games on

10. Super Nintendo Kiosk


Quick Facts
  • Official release by Nintendo
  • Released in USA
  • Region code: NTSC-U/C
  • Tabletop model
  • It is estimated that between 1000 and 5000 of this variation were made
  • Used in stores to promote upcoming SNES games

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