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As we all know, almost every video game console’s emulator on computer is free to use. Whereas due to copyright issues, the emulator’s developer can not provide us with those corresponding BIOS files that play a vital role in the game emulation.
As Nintendo‘s first Mario game specially developed for iOS platform (rather than just a parkour edition of SMB, developed using the free Unity game engine), Super Mario Run also became the second annual topic of mobile game after Pokémon Go. In a sense, Super Mario Run is a bit similar to Square Enix‘s famous but abandoned “GO” series of mobile games. They both, in the premise of keeping the original game art style and basic settings, were specially optimized for mobile devices, and simplified the game operation, in order to attract more new junior players.
mGBA is an excellent new generation of Nintendo Game Boy Advance emulator with very high degree of completion (most games can be simulated perfectly) and pretty fast running speed. It was thoroughly written in C language by Jeffrey Pfau, and first released in 2013 as an open-source freeware for multiple platforms (Windows, Mac OS X, Nintendo 3DS, Wii, PlayStation Vita and many other Unix-like OS).
The 8-bit graphics effect of video games on Nintendo’s FC console is simple and crude today, but from the angle of playability, they are still very delicate and interesting now. Anyway, a lot of video game fan players are still have a strong interest in the classic NES games.
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Speaking of FC (Family Computer)/NES (Nintendo Entertainment System)/FDS console emulator, there are only two most popular ones: VirtuaNES (from Japan) and SmyNES (from Taiwan, China). And SMYNES is actually the better one, at least more popular than VirtuaNES in China.