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Posted on 11-24-18 01:25 PM Link | ID: 144357
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The general thread for discussing emulators, general support for both players and hackers alike, and anything else. Hopefully this gains some traction...

Here are some Nintendo emulators I can recommend for retro consoles that have some debate.

FCEUX - Decent enough accuracy, many mappers supported, has a lot of debugging and other features...
higan - Obvious choice for SNES emulation.
Snes9x - The other choice for older PCs.
bgb - Game Boy emulator.
NO$GBA - For DS and GBA and very good for debugging and the GBATEK documentation which has been useful to many.

Two other emulators for NES worth checking out:

Nestopia UE
puNES

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For keyboard schemes.
I use the bottom row for A/B type, middle for X/Y and top for L/R, and the arrow keys for directional pads. A and B are covered by X and Z respectively (much easier than Z and X respectively).

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