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Super Nintendo Entertainment System Controller
Super Nintendo Entertainment System Controller cover
XInput support
Predecessor
Nintendo Entertainment System Controller
Successor
Virtual Boy Controller
Nintendo 64 Controller
Super Nintendo Entertainment System Controller on Wikipedia
Also known as SNES Controller.

Key points

Requires adapter to connect to PC.
Lacks native XInput support, requiring the use of a XInput wrapper (see XInput wrappers) for games that do not support DirectInput or the controller natively.

Controller variations

In 2017 Nintendo released replica of the original SNES Controller - SNES Classic Controller which is designed for use with the Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Super NES Classic Edition. It can also be plugged into a Wii Remote controller, so it's possible to use it with Virtual Console SNES games on Wii or Wii U console and works with their adapters.
Controller's cord is longer than NES Classic Controller - 1.5 m (5-foot).

Hardware

Mayflash SNES Controller Adapter

Connects SNES or NES controller.
Directly compatible with PC. No driver needed, just plug and play.
Two players can play simultaneously.
Compatible with PS3 console.

USB Super RetroPort

Works with Super Famicom controllers and original controllers (original, third party, Super Advantage, etc)
Does not work with peripherals: SuperScope, MultiTap, etc.
No drivers to install or update.

Support In Games

Games with button prompts

This is a list for games that offer Nintendo button prompts.