Avdyukhin originally released it for the NES Classic, and he has already posted the updated version, as well as the instructions on a Reddit thread. It's been tweeted out by a Japanese trademark bot. The SNES Classic Mini just recently hit the stands, and although it has 21 games on its own, a new hack is able to load up to 150 games in the library.
The folks over at the Japanese site Ninten-Switch.com dove into the trademark filing and came back with a lot of information.
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The trademark was filed on September 15, and this application covers a number of categories, including programs for smartphones, smartphone cases, key holders, watches, and more. The hack, which uses a Windows exploit program called hakchi2, allows you to add more games (or ROMs) to the system, apply custom background images to fill out the entirety of a 16:9 ratio screen, and enable a hidden "scanline" filter with a few tweaks. Not exactly. The trademark offers no confirmation one way or the other, and this could simply be Nintendo attempting to protect the Game Boy brand and hold the trademark for a variety of different merchandising applications.
That said, Nintendo did prove it can go tiny and functional with its 2005 Game Boy Micro so if the Game Boy Classic Mini were to emerge, we imagine it'd be something similar to the miniature Game Boy Advance. With the success of the NES Mini and the SNES Mini, it would be surprising if more Minis were not in the works.