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FCEUX is a Nintendo Entertainment System (NES), Famicom, and Famicom Disk System (FDS) emulator.

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    A portable and cycle-accurate NES emulator written in C++

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    Mesen is a NES/Famicom emulator and NSF player.

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    VirtuaNES is Famicom/NES emulator for Win32.

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    RetroArch is a frontend for emulators, game engines and media players.

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    PuNES is a high accuracy NES emulator.

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    Jnes is a NES emulator for win32 platforms that uses DirectX for its hardware interface.

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    Nesbox Emulator is a multiplatform emulator of video consoles.

  9. Snes9x is a portable, Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) emulator.

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    Nintendulator is an open source Win32 NES emulator written in C++ (plus some assembly optimization).

  11. bsnes is a Super Nintendo (SNES) emulator focused on performance, features, and ease of use.

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    My Nes is a portable open source NES/FAMICOM emulator written in C#.

  13. NES emulator for Android phones.

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    Emulates most gaming systems that exist, emphasizing accuracy over speed.

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