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    old nes games emulated


    I run them currently via windows but I have yet to get it working in linux. Anyone have any success. It's Tecmo SuperBowl time again!
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    Ooo, I dunno about NES, but if you want SNES for linux, go look up snes9x. I don't have anything earlier than SNES though, so I can't really help you too much...

    just linux-google (google.com/linux) for it, i'm sure you'll find it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by afroguy013
    Ooo, I dunno about NES, but if you want SNES for linux, go look up snes9x. I don't have anything earlier than SNES though, so I can't really help you too much...

    just linux-google (google.com/linux) for it, i'm sure you'll find it.
    ZSNES>snes9x..or whatever.

    Assuming ZSNES runs the same on 'doze and linux. That is.

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    For NES: nestra


    zsnes is damn slow, not really useable in my case.
    snes9x is better, but still slow.

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    www.zophar.net has a ton of list of emulators for both windows and linux and very good descriptions of the emulators

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