A/NES is a Nintendo Entertainment System emulator for the classic Commodore Amiga. You'll need an enhanced chipset (too bad, A500 owners!) and you'll want a good joypad to enjoy those old console games.
It was coded by Morgan Johansson (me) and Fredrik Schultz. The emulator is entirely coded in 680×0 assembler and optimized for classic Amiga hardware.
* Full 6502 emulation
* Batterybackup support
* GUI :)
* Action Replay and Game Genie codesupport
* Famicom Disk System emulation (W.I.P)
* Two player support
* Support for XPK compressed files
* 100% 680×0 assembler. :)
Someone, not me, should run this in an Amiga emulator running in DOSBox on a Mac and report back.
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