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Nintendo - SNES Emulators

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Popular Emulators

Name Description
ZSNES Now the best SNES emulator for Windows has come to Linux. Important features include multiple display modes, sound, joystick support, zip file support, special chip support, and there are many more.


Other Emulators

Name Description
SNEmul This emulator has improved much since its first release. It runs at a decent speed, and has very good sound emulation and it also support transparancy effects. It also has a very nice and easily configurable GUI. Extra features include a mod ripper, which is a very neat feature, and more. This is a good emulator that is almost as good as Snes9x. It's worth the download.
Snes9x Snes9x is one of the better SNES emulators of today. Written primarily in C++, Snes9x has been ported to several platforms and recent versions have focused on cleaning up the code and improving the emulation accuracy, with excellent results. If bsnes is too slow for you, Snes9x should be your first choice right now.

This is the GTK+ version that was formerly unofficial but since seems have been granted official status. It's better than the old, plain X11 version anyway, so this is the one you want.


Nintendo - SNES Emulators on Other Platforms

Windows (34)
BeOS (4)
Macintosh (5)
Amiga (4)
Consoles
-- Dreamcast (4)
-- Gamecube (3)
-- Playstation 2 (1)
-- Nintendo 64 (1)
-- Game Boy / Advance (2)
-- Nintendo DS (4)
-- Game Park 32 (3)
-- Playstation Portable (3)
-- Nintendo Wii (2)
-- GP2X (1)
Java (1)
Pocket PC (2)
Windows Mobile (1)
iOS (iPhone/iPod Touch) (1)
Android (3)