The Nintendo Entertainment System is one of Nintendo’s most famous game consoles. When it came out in the mid-1980s, it saved a dying console gaming industry and revitalized video games for everyone.
As the NES is one of the most popular video game consoles of all time, there’s still plenty of consoles that can be bought and played to this day. However, these consoles are very low resolution and lack support for modern displays. So, if you’d like to enjoy all the best games from this historic console right at home on your Linux PC, emulation is the best option.
Before we go over how to set up Nestopia to emulate NES games on the Linux platform, the program needs to be installed.
sudo apt install nestopia in Ubuntu/Debian or have a look at your Puppy Package Manager and download/install it.
Bionic version of Ubuntu has it.
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