The NES (Nintendo Entertainment System) was an 8-bit video game console released in the mid-80s of the 20th century. One of the most successful home video game systems to date and it marked an era in video game history.
With the massification of the Internet service, the so-called emulators began to be known. Programs whose task is to emulate the functions and work environment of other devices. In this case, obsolete video game consoles.
The following is a list of three NES emulators for PC that I have personally used over the years and have given me the best results so far.
One of the best NES emulators for PC available. It is very lightweight and can run most games for the Nintendo Entertainment System and Super Famicom.
Su interfaz ha sido traducida a 20 idiomas, acepta códigos Game Genie y Pro Action Replay. Se pueden crear archivos con los estados de avance de nuestras partidas (Save States).
Its interface has been translated into 20 languages, it accepts Game Genie and Pro Action Replay code and you can save the progress of the games played (Save States).
A hundred percent compatible with Windows 10 64-bit. It also has a version for the Android operating system if you want to play your games on mobile phones and tablets (available for free at the Google Play Store).
Also you can download the Windows version of JNes from its official website.
The first NES emulator I ever tried back in the early 2000’s when Internet was still relatively new. It opened me the doors to the world of video games emulators.
A fairly lightweight program capable to run most of the games produced for the NES console, Windows 10 64-bit compatible, and supports Game Genie and Pro Action Replay cheat codes.
The emulator is completely free and can be downloaded at its official website.
Another of the first emulators that I used back in the day. One of the oldest in existence that continues to be supported by its developers and its users community.
Fully compatible with Windows 10 64-bit. It can run most of the games of both the American (NES) and Japanese (Famicon) consoles, and supports PAL and NTSC video formats.
It has the most recent updated version (January 2021) and can be downloaded for free at its official website.
If you know of any other good NES emulator for PC that can be added to the list just leave it in the comments below or send me a message.