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Author Topic: Which NES emu for Windows to I run in my cab??  (Read 1423 times)

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Which NES emu for Windows to I run in my cab??
« on: April 30, 2002, 09:06:15 pm »
Okay, my cabinet runs in Windows.  I want to add in a NES emulator into it that can be run by my same frontend as Mame.  Which NES emulator works the best for a Windows cabinet?  I require the following things:

1. Commandline loading of games (for the frontend...duh)

2. Pressing ESC in the emulator EXITs the emu, and doesn't bring up some stupid toolbar like Nesticle does....

It seems like all the good NES Windows emulators are either 'windowed' or don't have commandline options...

What do you guys think?

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