Difference between revisions of "NESMac"
m (History of the emulator's development has been added.)
m (→History: Context is given to show why NESMac could possibly be derived from A2Mac: they both use a 6502 processor.)
|Line 22:||Line 22:|
NESMac was originally derived from [[A2Mac]]. The emulator was created to run early Namco games, such as Cumans and Battle City.
Revision as of 14:15, 14 January 2021
|Latest version||0.3.6a4 (non-registered users)|
0.4.3 (announced in 2003)
NESMac is a shareware Game Boy/Game Boy Color emulator for early Macintosh computers, first released in 1996. It is available in both 68k and pre-Mac OS X PowerPC versions.
|68k (requires 68040 processor minimum)|
NESMac was originally derived from A2Mac, another machine using a 6502 processor. The emulator was created to run early Namco games, such as Cumans and Battle City.
Only 16K and 32K ROM images are compatible.
- Available for 68K Macintosh computers
- Keyboard and Gravis GamePad input