N64 emulation on Mac

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Jul 18, 2010

N64 emulation on Mac by tshu at 6:35 PM (1,082 Views / 0 Likes) 5 replies

  1. tshu
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    Member tshu On epic journey, brb.

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    I came back from the dead to ask this very important question. What is the best/most functional N64 emulator for the Mac? I can't find any. [​IMG]

    Oh and I'd love to be able to use my wiimote to control it.

    And a piece of tea pie.
     
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    I dont know about the wiimote but there is a n64 emu that runs on windows and mac
    called sixtyforce works great.
     
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    Yes, sixtyforce is certainly the best (most games runs full speed on slow mac (I have a G4 @733Mhz and a mac mini)), but it's not free.

    Or there is mupen 64, free, but needs a better mac.
     
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    sixtyforce is the best, but you have to pay for it. Which I am sure is actually illegal.
    Your only other option is Mupen64, or running Project64 under Crossover Games (*ahem*which you can crack *ahem*)

    EDIT: I just tried running Majora's Mask with Mupen and it is horrible. Graphical glitches all over the place.
     
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    You're alive?!

    For the Wii part, I'd look for a Xpadder for mac kind of thing.
     
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    I recommend Mupen64plus, a much improved (some say equal to Project64, but I think it's just close) fork of the original Mupen64. I don't know about the Mac version, but the Linux version runs everything I've tried great. Though if you're not comfortable with the command line, either use the 1.5 version, or wait for 2.0 to become stable and gets the GUI back.
     

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