The Snes9x is a Super Nintendo Entertainment System emulator that lets you play any game developed for this platform. The main thing is to find the right ROM in the network and choose the appropriate keyboard layout. The emulator has been around for a long time and has become a truly stable solution that does not have compatibility problems with any version of Windows. In addition, it has a number of other useful chips, which will be discussed further.
The Snes9x allows you to configure various gameplay parameters: limit frame rate, enable scaling and select rendering parameters. Generally speaking, by default, the emulator has the optimal configuration, so if you don't want to dig with the settings, just start Snes9x, load ROM games and start the game. Oh, yes, you'll also have to familiarize yourself with the keyboard layout you're using. You can also change it to your liking, by the way. Generally speaking, it would be ideal to connect original SNES controllers to the computer, and the good news is that the emulator also supports, or uses, modern gamepads (they're more like, Super Nintendo Entertainment System controllers than a keyboard and mouse).
Another extremely useful feature of the Snes9x is its support for automatic storage. And the period, after which the saving will be performed, can be specified in the settings menu (in minutes). Save files are located in the emulator folder, so you can easily transfer them to another computer without any headaches. In addition, the developers of the Snes9x have deprived the player of problems with gameplay recording, which is carried out by staff means.
And the last important advantage of the emulator is that it works correctly even on the weakest devices. That is, you can run and play your favorite childhood games even on a work laptop with a built-in graphics adapter.
- to launch any game with the Super Nintendo Entertainment System;
- display of information about ROM-files;
- Adjust the resolution, frame rate and zoom of the picture;
- support for all kinds of peripherals;
- a relatively comfortable keyboard layout for playing on the keyboard;
- game recording in AVI format;
- automatic saving at specified intervals.