Miniature models of classic Nintendo consoles come with a set of retro hits, but Russian hackers were able to launch other games on them. Alexey Avdyukhin, using the Cluster nickname on the Web, hacked the new SNES Classic Mini gadget a week after the start of sales. A utility called Hakchi2 was developed for the NES Mini, released last year. The latest version of the program is able to convert the game format into a suitable one for SNES Mini. Its author assures that three quarters of projects will be able to work without failures. An emulator called RetroArch will help the rest. It also supports games for the original NES. The internal drive of the new retro console SNES Classic Mini has a capacity of 260 MB. You can download about a hundred games on it, while only twenty-one games are preinstalled, and therefore the increase is very noticeable. Experts noted that there is also a hidden letter to hackers, encrypted in the firmware of the previous version of the console in retro style. This suggests that Nintendo has no objection to this kind of “interference”.