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About this game

Advanced open-source NES emulator (known as Famicom in Japan) based on FCEUX with a minimalist UI and a focus on low audio/video latency, supporting a wide variety of devices from the original Xperia Play to modern devices like the Nvidia Shield and Pixel phones.

Features include:
* Supports .nes and .unf file formats, optionally compressed with ZIP, RAR, or 7Z
* Famicom Disk System emulation using .fds files (select BIOS in the options)
* VS UniSystem support, push Start to insert coins
* Uses FCEU-compatible cheat files (.cht extension) with editing features
* Zapper/Gun support, touch screen to fire, touch & hold outside of display area to simulate firing away from the TV
* Configurable on-screen controls
* Bluetooth/USB gamepad & keyboard support compatible with any HID device recognized by the OS like Xbox and PS4 controllers

No ROMs are included with this app and must be supplied by the user. It supports Android's storage access framework for opening files on both internal and external storage (SD cards, USB drives, etc.).

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May 1, 2022

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2.6K reviews
A Google user
January 5, 2019
This is the best emulator for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). Play old classics like Super Mario Bros, Tetris, Pacman, etc. (You will need to download the game roms.) It's something about playing these old gems, love the 8 bit music haha! Runs well on old or new devices. Save your progress anywhere at anytime, something that was impossible on NES. Also works good with bluetooth controllers like 8bitdo N30 for example. A must have for retro gamers!
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Brice Edenfield
September 25, 2021
Only emulator that had scanlines, so absolutely worth it: that said, compared to Nostalgia Pro and John NESS, this one has (ever so-slight) clip to the audio once every 20 seconds or so very minorly. Can't figure out how to get it more matched to the original 60.0988 fps of the original NES, it always rounds to 60.1, which sounds worse than 60, though never had the minor 'blip' sound in the others. But, apart from that, absolutely worth it.
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A Google user
April 13, 2019
The .emu emulators have been my favorite android and mac emulators for years. They have nearly every feature I want, with the biggest exception of control over the app's volume (I'd prefer to have an option between this app being muted or full blast while I play audio from other apps). If a volume slider were added, these apps would be about as close to perfection as I could ever want.
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What's new

* Load folders using a separate thread to prevent the app from not responding if the storage medium is slow like a network share
* Update core to FCEUX 2.6.4
* Add mappers 63, 282, 332, 380, 414, 422
* Add options to control visible video lines for showing overscan and cropping 8 pixels on each side
* Add on/off options for the standard 5 NES sound channels