Nosefart plays NSF (NES sound format) files so you can listen to those old tunes without actually having to play the games. It runs in Linux, DOS/Windows, and as a plugin to various players, including Winamp and XMMS. It was mostly written by Matt Co
works perfectly, but how do you listen to all the tracks on a nfs file? nosefart file.nfs play only the first track of an infinite number of times, with z and x I can skip trakcs nosefart file.nfs -a 1 play only the first track one times the only way I've found is to use a small sh script, but it's pretty ugly: F="./file*.nsf"; N=`nosefart -i $F | grep "Number of Songs: " | sed -e "s/[^0-9]*//g"`; for (( X=1; X<=$N; X++ )); do nosefart $F -a 1 -t $X; done
Faritly accurate rendering and playback of NSF files. Highly recommended.