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About this game

John NESS is NESS multi emulator for android 6.0+.
This app does not work without your own game files.

- Original engine
- High quality rendering
- Search game files in SDCard & Internal Storage
- Virtual On-screen keypad
- Zipped file support
- Save States (with previews)
- Fully customizable layout
- Customizable keys
- Turbo buttons
- Screenshot
- Fast forward / Slow down (x0.25 - x16)
- Bluetooth/MOGA controller support
- Dropbox support (requires John DataSync)

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Updated on
Apr 24, 2023

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Ratings and reviews

8.87K reviews
Jordan Brown
January 16, 2021
I absolutely love the easy to use & visually pleasing UI as well as the wide game compatibility & optimization of this emulaton. However, it lacks the ability to recognize most hacks. Another thing I have to complain about is the fact that it's been two years since its initial release and there still isn't any shader options. I would also suggest options to apply audio effects which is something that I rarely see emulators use but is definitely a nice-to-have.
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keith williams
July 25, 2020
The only other things I would add are a way to make fast forward only active when the button is pressed (as opposed to toggle on/off) and a way to hide the menu button or at least change its opacity. Those are purely minor gripes though. Still the best SNES emulator on the market. The UI is nice and the cloud saves are an awesome feature. Thank you for your work!
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A Google user
March 7, 2020
It seems like if I hold any direction on the D-pad, it stops responding after a few seconds but, only sometimes. If I let off and tap again it starts working again. However, this could just be my finger sliding on the glass w/o me noticing. (Fester's Quest). I can't really penalize the devs overall rating for that but, I am giving 3 stars on controls. I don't know how the D-pad is mapped but feel it could be just a bit bigger. Like maybe a box cut into 4 sections diagonally.
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What's new

-fixed bugs