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Emus for 3DS currently contains a single core VirtuaNES for 3DS, a high compatibility NES emulator for your old 3DS or 2DS.

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Vdmgr is a multi-system emulator that emulates the NES, NeoGeo Pocket, Sega SG-1000 / Mark III, MCS BASIC-52, TD 4, GMC-4, Z80 computers and MSX. 

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Any-Yes is a cycle-accurate NES emulator written in the cross platform language Java.

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My NES is a portable, open source, low level NES/Famicom emulator written in C#. The compatibility of My NES is very high, running most games without any bugs.

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Nintaco is a cycle-accurate Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) / Famicom emulator and NES Sound Format (NSF) player written in Java, ostensibly making it cross-platform.

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nemulator is a Nintendo NES and Sega Master System / Game Gear emulator for Windows.

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iNES is a portable emulator of the Nintendo Entertainment System (aka Famicom in Korea and Japan, Dendy in Russia).

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Mesen is a NES/Famicom emulator and NSF player. It is still a work in progress - some features are currently incomplete or may change in future versions.

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Yanese is a free Nintendo Entertainment System Emulator for Windows XP,Vista, 7 and 8 under x86 and x64 processors.

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Pasofami is a Nintendo Entertainment / Nintendo Famicom emulator and debugger for Windows. Originally making it's debut in 1995 Pasofami was one of the first Famicom emulators to come out of Japan and over time has developed a rich feature set.

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kindred is an Emulator designed to aid in the development of software intended for use on a home video computer. While a number of years have been spent perfecting the software, it is not guaranteed to be 100% compatible. 

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Only mapper 000-004, 016, 153, 159  is supported at the moment.

Requires graphics card glsl version 330 or above.

How to use graphics pack editor (for CHR ROM games only!):

  • Recommanded way to create a graphics pack for a new game 
    • Select "Manual" for "Generate data for graphics pack editor" on the "Video" page.
    • Play the game as usual.
    • Press "Generate data" key (default F5) when the

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VirtuaNES Plus is a Nintendo Entertainment System emulator branched from VirtuaNES that focuses on optimization and adding new features to the original emulator.

puNES is an emulator under development that works on Linux32/64 and Windows32/64. The SDL version, of course, needs of SDL libraries to run. Uncompress the zip/tar file in a subdirectory and use. The emulator, finally, support compressed archives.

VirtuaNES s a NES / Famicom emulator for Win32 by Mr Norix. Many of the software is operational at present made in Japan.

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UberNES is a free NES emulator for Windows that provides fast, accurate emulation along with features never seen before in emulators.

Sega Li is a freeware open source NES/Famicom emulator for Microsoft Windows.

RockNES is a Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) videogame emulator. It's fully coded in C and uses the Allegro library for audio, video and input devices, plus the zLib library for compressed files ZIP or GZ.

Emulated stuff:

  • 6502 CPU and APU emulation.
  • NTSC PPU emulation.
  • Joypads 1 and 2.
  • Konami VRC6 sound expansion (Akumajou Densetsu / Madara).
  • [Partial] VS Unisystem.
  • Backed battery /

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What is RetroCopy?

Accurate and fun:

RetroCopy emulates home consoles and arcade systems so that you can play the games made for those different machines on your PC. RetroCopy simulates hardware extremely accurately which ensures that these classic games are represented exactly like they were on the real systems.

Rewriting history:

Reliving old memories isn't just about playing the games....

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Olafnes is an enhanced unofficial continuation of the basicnes 2000 project (as of version 1.5 [debug level 1]), a nintendo entertainment system emulator by don jarrett, david finch, and tobias strömstedt. the majority of source code in olafnes was not written by me, therefore i take no credit for the appropriate portions. however, all additions/alterations to the source code of basicnes 2000...

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