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==History==
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NESMac was originally derived from [[A2Mac]], an unreleased emulator of the Apple II Plus, another machine using a 6502 processor. The emulator was created to run early Namco games, such as Cumans and Battle City.
  
 
==Compatibility==
 
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* Available for 68K Macintosh computers
 
* Available for 68K Macintosh computers
 
* Keyboard and Gravis GamePad input
 
* Keyboard and Gravis GamePad input
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==See also==
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* [[GBMac]]
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* [[InvMac]]
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* [[A2Mac]]
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* [[98Mac]]
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* [[Hideki Naito]]
  
 
[[Category:Emulators]]
 
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[[Category:Nintendo Entertainment System emulators]]
 
[[Category:Nintendo Entertainment System emulators]]
 
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Latest revision as of 15:14, 14 January 2021

NESMac
Developer(s) Hideki Naito
Latest version 0.3.6a4 (non-registered users)
0.4.3 (announced in 2003)
Active No
Platform(s) MacOS
Emulates NES/Famicom
Website English
Japanese

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.

Download[edit]

macOS 68k (requires 68040 processor minimum)
PowerPC

History[edit]

NESMac was originally derived from A2Mac, an unreleased emulator of the Apple II Plus, another machine using a 6502 processor. The emulator was created to run early Namco games, such as Cumans and Battle City.

Compatibility[edit]

Only 16K and 32K ROM images are compatible.

Notable features[edit]

  • Available for 68K Macintosh computers
  • Keyboard and Gravis GamePad input

See also[edit]