I don’t know about you, but Super Mario World for SNES is one of my all-time favorite Mario games. Also, the SNES controller ushered in the basic button layout for the modern gamepads we have today. Combine all of that with an Android device, and you sure have my attention.

What you see above is a Dell Streak being controlled by a (modified) Super Nintendo controller via the Streak’s PDMI port. Hit up the video after the break to watch it in action

If I had a Streak, I would be all over this like white on rice. But sadly I don’t, so I’m left playing SNESoid via touchscreen controls. Anyway, if you’ve got some skills with a soldering iron and a Dell Streak, hit up this tutorial to construct your own Streak SNES controller.

Via: Streaksmart, engadget