Super Nintendo Entertainment System

Snes9x – freeware Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) emulator

Snes9x is a portable, freeware Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) emulator.

The software allows you to play most games designed for the SNES and Super Famicom Nintendo game systems on your PC.

Snes9x is coded in C++, with three assembler CPU emulation cores.

Features include:

  • Movie support.
  • JMA support.
  • SETA010(F1ROC).
  • Partial DSP-4 support.
  • S-DD1 decompression algorithm.
  • Support for Cg shaders.
  • Sound support.
  • There are versions available for DOS, Linux, Microsoft Windows, AmigaOS 4, macOS, MorphOS, Xbox, PSP, PS3, Nintendo GameCube, Nintendo Wii, iOS, and Android.

Website: www.snes9x.com
Support: Forums, GitHub code repository, Downloads
Developer: Snes9x Team
License: Freeware for personal use only. Permission to use, copy, modify and/or distribute Snes9x in both binary and source form, for non-commercial purposes.

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Brantestrada
Brantestrada
3 days ago

Thanks again