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5 programs for "fceux"

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  • FCEUX

    An open source NES Emulator for Windows and Unix that features solid emulation accuracy and state of the art tools for power users. FCEUX's source code is now hosted at https://github.com/TASVideos/fceux/ win32 autobuilds @ https://ci.appveyor.com/project/zeromus/fceux/build/artifacts

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    Manjaro: Gaming Edition

    A Manjaro Linux respin design for Gamers

    ... Games with Wine. I recommend install Windows as Dual Boot. Here's a list of Application. Software: - Audacity - KdenLIVE - Lutris - Minecraft - Minetest - Mumble - OBS Studio - OpenShot - PlayOnLinux - Wine Emulators: (Roms not included) - DeSmuME - Dolphin Emulator (64-Bit only) - DOSBox - Fceux - Kega Fusion - PCSXR - PCSX2 - PPSSPP - RetroArch - Stella - VBA-M - Yabause - ZSNES Terminal Add-On: - Colors - ILoveCandy - Screenfetch

  • FCEUX Portable

    NES and Famicom Emulator

    FCEUX Portable plays NES, Famicon and Famicon Disk System games

    Downloads: 12 This Week Last Update: See Project
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    Nesoid

    NES emulator for Android phones

    This project is based on sources, published by original Nesoid developer, who in turn used code of GPFCE, forked from FCEUltra, currently incarnation of which is known as FCEUX. Help and suggestions are welcome. This project has been abandoned in favor of the RetroArch, another awesome free software emulator (which has much better NES support and is more actively developed): http://www.libretro.com/.

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    FCEUBash

    A Bash Front-End to FCE Ultra

    This is a simple and not very featureful Bash front-end to the NES emulator FCE Ultra. Normally the Linux version of FCE Ultra is command line only, and I couldn't find a .deb or "ready to go" version of the graphical frontend to FCEUX that didn't require me to compile source code(Dependency hell isn't worth trying to compile source code any more). This aims to provide key functionality such as selecting a game and passing some default arguments without requiring you to run the commands...

    Downloads: 0 This Week Last Update: See Project
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