Are you a fan of NES games? NES (Nintendo Entertainment System) is an 8-bit third-generation home video game console produced by Nintendo. Nintendo first released it in Japan as the Family Computer [FC], commonly known as the Famicom. But earlier as you all know that, you needed to jailbreak if you wanted to play them on your device [iPhone or iPad]. An NES/Famicom emulator app came up called NESEmu has been released, and there is a very simple way of installing it on your device using Panda Helper or tweakBox.
- Firstly, It’s free for everyone using the Panda Helper app.
- Second, No jailbreak is needed as NES/ Famicom emulator app came up called NESEmu released.
Isn’t interesting? So, to know more about this read on this whole article which will fascinate you more.
Let’s have a look at how to Download NESEmu:-
Earlier we said there was an easy way to install NESEmu on your iOS device and here it is. A third-party app installer called TweakBox offers more than 2000 unofficial apps, games, emulators, tweaks, and more, all for free.
Here’s how to get the app:-
- Install Panda helper or TweakBox on your device- iPhone or iPad.
- Open it and use the search facility to find NESEmu.
- Find the updated NES emulator free file and tap on it. Now tap on the install option from the notification menu and wait for few seconds for complete installation.
- Finally, open the NESemu console emulator app and play your favorite Nintendo Entertainment System Games for free.
This is as simple but there’s another problem that arise:-
There are no actual games in NESEmu. It’s upon you to install the ROMS you want, and you can find some by doing a simple search on Google, which will then turn up ROMS for your favorite games; simply download them to your SD card or internal memory and play them from within the emulator app.
Okay, we’re not done yet!
NESEmu is a feature-packed emulator app available in the Panda Helper AppStore, offering certain awesome features to you all:
It had a lot of popular games with a simple controller and plenty of family-friendly content. NES emulation is fairly stable and most of the options on the list are rock solid. Most of them work extremely well, have high game compatibilities, customizable controls, and very few bugs. It supports Save State and also memory backup.
It covers .unf and .nes game formats. NESemu is an NES emulator from Robert Broglia, developer of several really good emulators. It’s open-source software based on the FCEUX project. The app features save and load states, support for FDS files, and support for peripherals like Zappers and hardware controllers. Additionally, the app works with FCEUX to save states from other platforms. That makes it a good solution if you want to switch back and forth between mobile and PC. It’s a solid emulator and an easy inclusion onto this list.
Some of the features include the usual stuff like save and load states, hardware controller support, turbo buttons, and even a WiFi controller mode. You also get support for all available regions, Zapper emulation, cheat codes, and a super unique rewind feature in case you messed something up. It’s one of the most expensive on the list for the premium version, but it does have some unique features to help back up that price tag. It also entertains multi-touch screen controls that can be configured.
Support for compatible HID Bluetooth and USB keyboard and game support, plus support for Wii controllers on Android 4 or lower devices. It gives full support for custom key profiles on all devices, which is very interesting. And lastly, support for landscape and portrait screen orientations is also available.