Snes9X

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Snes9X is an SNES emulator written in C++ with official ports for Linux, Windows and a port for the PSP. Development of Snes9X began in July of 1997 when Snes96's Gary Henderson and Snes97's Jerremy Koot merged their respective emulators to create Snes9X. Since then, Snes9X has been unofficially ported to more platforms than any other emulator. The emulator became open source under custom licensure in 1999. It is still being actively developed despite the departure of its original developers. Snes9X is notable in that it was among the first to emulate most SNES enhancement chips at some level. It was also the first SNES emulator to offer sound output.

Contents

Windows

Configuration

No specific Snes9X configuration is required.

Application

C:\Program Files\snes9x\snes9x.exe

Arguments

-fullscreen "%rom%"

Roms Extension

zip|smc|sfc

Useful keys

  • ALT+F4 : exit emulator.

External Links

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