Development System used was Sculptured Software SFX2+
These games were developed in part or whole using at least 1 SFX2+
The first video game about Development System used was Sculptured Software SFX2+ was released in 1995.
The SFX2+ has a 3 inch square circuit board containing all the guts of a Super NES console. This board plugged into a standard IBM-PC ISA slot and contained everything necessary (except software) to create and test (play) Super NES games including ones with DSP, FX and FX2 chips. The back of the board had RCA style stereo A/V output and a D-sud port to connect two controllers too. It came with a controller adapter cable for the port.