MAME / Emulators for OS X?

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  1. verbal

    verbal Active Member

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    dorkultra OT's resident crohns dude OT Supporter

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    i have genesisplus

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  3. nsxrebel

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    I've used some NES, SNES, and N64 Emulators on my macbook/mini. I haven't played it lately because I don't have a controller, I should get a cheap one for like $10
     
  4. Laserbeak

    Laserbeak Remember kids! Be like Billy! BEHAVE YOURSELVES!

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    I recommend MAME OS X for arcade games:

    http://mameosx.sourceforge.net/

    Also, try here for the Mac ports of a lot of popular classic console emulators for the Mac:

    http://www.bannister.org/software/index.htm

    All of these are Universal binaries last I checked, but you will need a half-decent processor these days to play them (e.g. high-end G4 or better, but Intels will do just fine).
     
  5. Uncle Phil

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    I use MacMAME, works fine for arcade games son
     
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    snes9x for mac works great
     
  7. verbal

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    How about ROMs? :x:
     
  8. Laserbeak

    Laserbeak Remember kids! Be like Billy! BEHAVE YOURSELVES!

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    I use www.emucation.com. I like it since it's not laced with banners and ads you have to click through in order to get your ROMs.

    I may even make a donation to them, they have a pretty awesome selection. :bowdown:
     

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