|Version||1(as of 7/6/2018)|
|Platforms||Windows, Mac, Linux|
- Supports NES and FDS game ROMs
- Saves game progress with the NS1 extension
- Allows you to configure many aspects of the emulator
Nestopia is an open source Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) emulator. It was originally developed by Martin Freij for Windows and then ported to OS X and Linux by Richard Bannister and R. Belmont.
The program supports the .NES and .FDS game ROMs, which allow you to emulate a large variety of NES games such as The Legend of Zelda, Metal Gear, Final Fantasy, and Castlevania. You can create save states with the .NS1 extension to instantly save your game progress without having to reach a checkpoint. The emulator also comes with a ton of options to configure your video performance, sound, gameplay timing, screen size, game cheats, and other preferences.
Nestopia is used by gamers who love want to replay their NES favorites. Along with its support for a large amount of NES games, the emulator comes with many options configure your gameplay. Nestopia, along with Snes9x, is one of the best NES emulators available.
Primary File TypeNintendo (NES) ROM File
Supported File Types
|.NES||Nintendo (NES) ROM File|
|.FDS||Nintendo FDS ROM|
|.NS1||Nestopia Save State|
|.NSF||NES Sound Format File|
|.PAL||NES Emulator Color Palette File|
|.UNF||UNIF ROM File|
Additional Related File Types
|.UNIF||UNIF ROM File|