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Saturday, August 11, 2007

Easy Emulator Setup: Super Nintendo

Gotten bored of the games out lately? Want to go back to the good old days of 8 and 16 bit graphics? Here's your chance. Follow the steps to get your own SNES Emulator.



1) Download the emulator itself. This shouldn't take that long. Here's the emulator.

2) Extract it to your desktop or whatever folder you want to extract it to.

3) Download the games you want. I suggest using CoolROM.

4) Go play the games, it's that easy.

5) I suggest going out and buying a USB game controller to play with also. Using the key board can be frustrating.

Enjoy!

Come back for more emulator guides in the future.

7 comments:

SNES said...

Nice Post. =)

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Anonymous said...

I'm in a love/hate relationship with virtual memory because of the way prices are always,and I mean always falling. I absolutely hate buying SD Cards for my R4 / R4i at (what seems to be) a cheap price only to see it become a whole lot more cheaper a few months later.

(Submitted by FFOpera for R4i Nintendo DS.)

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Anonymous said...

It's interesting to see just how permeant virtual memory has become in our every day lives. It seems like everytime I turn my head, I see something with a card slot or USB jack, haha. I guess it makes sense though, considering how cheap memory has become lately...

Ahhh... I shouldn't be moaning and groaning. I can't get by a single day without my R4 / R4i!

(Posted by SurfV3 for R4i Nintendo DS.)

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