Built: almost 6 years ago
FTBFS: 61 weeks on i586, x86_64
Size: 2.18 MB
Home page: http://rbelmont.mameworld.info/?page_id=200
Summary: A portable Nintendo Entertainment System emulator
NEStopia is a portable Nintendo Entertainment System emulator written in C++
by Martin Freij and ported to Linux by R. Belmont.
NEStopia strives for the most accurate emulation possible at the
pixel-by-pixel and sample-by-sample level, and it has excellent mapper
and UNIF board support as well.
A few features:
- Supports .nes, .unf/.unif, and XML format ROMs, including Vs. and
Playchoice 10 games
- Supports .fds discs (a file named diskrom.sys is needed for this feature)
- Supports .nsf music rips
- All supported files can be extracted from zip or 7zip containers (an
archive browser is not yet included - this assumes the common GoodSet case
of one zip or 7zip per game)
- Supports save states
- Supports movie recordings
- Supports the rewinder - if you make a bad jump and screw up your
game, press Backspace and the game will run in reverse. Press \ to take over
again and try to fix your mistake.
- Friendly GUI configuration
- Autodetection of PAL and NTSC format games
- Supports drag and drop of compatible games and music rips from modern Linux
file managers, including KDE Konqueror and GNOME Nautilus.
List of contributors:
- fix desktop file
- build for Sisyphus