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  1. Nestopia

    Nestopia is an open source NES/Famicom emulator written in standard C++, focused on delivering as accurate emulation as possible. Development began in mid 2002, initially released for the Windows platform a year later. It has since been ported to other platforms, including Linux and Mac OS X.

    347 downloads

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  2. Jnes

    Jnes is a NES emulator for Windows and Android platforms.
     
    Its emulation capabilities include graphics, sound, controllers, zapper, and many memory mapping boards found in most USA games and a few popular Japanese boards adding international delight. Jnes boasts an intuitive user interface with instant saves and movie recording to making playing NES games more enjoyable. One of the coolest features is the included database of Pro-Action-Replay and Game Genie cheats, courtesy of Gent.
     
    Jnes supports Kaillera for online gaming. There is also a forum at Emutalk for talking about Jnes with a larger community of users.

    468 downloads

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  3. Nintendulator

    Nintendulator started out as NinthStar NES, written by David "Akilla"
    De Regt. Written in C++, it was a reasonably accurate (and slow) NES
    emulator which used NESten 0.61's mapper DLLs. Numerous other systems
    were planned to be emulated within NinthStar (as well as complex
    debuggers for each of them), but somewhere along the line, the project
    was abandoned.
     
    At that point, I took the existing NES sources and started improving
    them. First, the PPU was rewritten to be much more accurate than
    before, running cycle-by-cycle according to documentation that had been
    released at the time. After that, the CPU was rewritten to execute
    instructions more accurately. Then the APU was mostly completed, giving
    the emulator proper sound. Somewhere along the line, it was determined
    that the C++ usage in the code was very poorly done and was slowing the
    program down, so I converted it to plain C and named the program
    "Nintendulator".
     
    The eventual goal of Nintendulator is to be *the* most accurate NES
    emulator, right down to the hardware quirks. In the meanwhile, it can
    certainly be used to test NES code with confidence that if it works
    properly in Nintendulator, it will probably work properly on the real
    hardware as well.

    424 downloads

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  4. ZSNES

    This is the Windows release! For Linux or DOS, please visit the official website.
     
    ZSNES is a SNES emulator that has been worked on since 1997. Originally
    programmed by zsKnight and _Demo_, the project has since then attracted a number
    of new developers and contributors.
     
    On April 2, 2001, the ZSNES project was GPL'ed and its source released to the
    public. Written in a mixture of x86 assembler, C, and C++, ZSNES currently runs
    on Windows, DOS, x86 versions of Linux and FreeBSD, x86 Macintosh computers, and
    the Microsoft Xbox.

    447 downloads

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  5. Snes9x x64

    Snes9x is a portable, freeware Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES)
    emulator. It basically allows you to play most games designed for the SNES and
    Super Famicom Nintendo game systems on your Mac, Linux, Windows and so on. The
    games include some real gems that were only ever released in Japan.

    The original Snes9x project was founded by Gary flockon and Jerremy Koot as a
    collaboration of their earlier attempts at SNES emulation (Snes96 and Snes97.)
    Over the years the project has grown and has collected some of the greatest
    talent in the emulation community (at least of the SNES variety) some of which
    have been listed in the credits section, others have helped but have been loss
    in the course of time.

    22,099 downloads

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  6. Snes9x x32

    Snes9x is a portable, freeware Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES)
    emulator. It basically allows you to play most games designed for the SNES and
    Super Famicom Nintendo game systems on your Mac, Linux, Windows and so on. The
    games include some real gems that were only ever released in Japan.
     
    The original Snes9x project was founded by Gary flockon and Jerremy Koot as a
    collaboration of their earlier attempts at SNES emulation (Snes96 and Snes97.)
    Over the years the project has grown and has collected some of the greatest
    talent in the emulation community (at least of the SNES variety) some of which
    have been listed in the credits section, others have helped but have been loss
    in the course of time.

    3,566 downloads

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  7. Mupen64Plus

    This is the Windows release! For Linux or Mac, please visit the official website.
     
    Mupen64Plus is a cross-platform plugin-based N64 emulator which is capable of accurately playing many games. Included are four MIPS R4300CPU emulators, with dynamic recompilers for 32-bit x86 and 64-bit amd64 systems, and necessary plugins for audio, graphical rendering (RDP), signal co-processor (RSP), and input. There is 1 included OpenGL video plugin, called RiceVideo. There are 3 other excellent video plugins being maintained by wahrhaft, called Arachnoid, Glide64, and Z64.

    776 downloads

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