Jnes is an NES emulator for Microsoft Windows, developed and authored by Jabo (he was also involved with other Nintendo 64 and Project64 emulators). The first public version of Jnes 0.10 was released on August 5, 1999. DirectX is used as the hardware interface of the emulator. Jnes, thanks to its Kaillera service, supports online gaming and can use cheat codes for Pro Action Replay, Game Genie cheats. And they can use a computer mouse as a light gun. According to experts, Jnes is one of the most accurate NES-emulators for Windows.
Jnes is almost the simplest dandy emulator and also the smallest. It's packed in an archive and only takes up 67 KB. After unpacking the archive, it is found that there is only one exe-file and a folder for saving games in the directory. After starting Jnes, a menu window appears. The interface is familiar to everybody for a long time and it is considerably simplified in comparison with other emulators.
- open - allows you to open a certain rom with the game.
- free - clears the emulator's memory.
- Bitmap - allows you to capture images in the game.
- record - allows you to record audio from the game directly to your computer.
- The CPU tab consists of Save and Restore items.
- in the Options tab, the Video item allows you to select the necessary screen extension, and
- input allows you to configure control on the keyboard.
- the emulator is compatible with a large number of games.