BSNES
BSNES
0.7.1

5.0

BSNES free download for Mac

BSNES for Mac0.7.1

03 November 2020

SNES emulator with separate cores for accuracy, performance, and compatibility.

What is BSNES for Mac

BSNES has a somewhat different purpose to most emulators; it focuses on accuracy over performance. To that end, it does not include any game specific hacks, or idle-loop skipping optimizations commonly found in other emulators. To add to the fun, it uses a cycle accurate hardware emulation. The net result of all this is the highest system requirements of any software I've released to date; those without a G5 class machine need not apply. If you meet the requirements, however, this is the most accurate SNES emulation available on the Mac platform.

Features
  • Cycle accurate emulation.
  • Support for DSP1, DSP2, DSP3, DSP4, OBC1, SA1, SDD1, SPC7110, SRTC, ST010, and SuperFX custom chips.
  • Full sound.

What's new in BSNES

Version 0.7.1:
  • Fixed crash on launch on macOS Catalina.
  • Added upscaled versions of PB1400c’s classic icons.

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maredyg6478
maredyg6478
Sep 19 2013
0.6.8
0.0
Sep 19 2013
0.0
Version: 0.6.8
Hi, I am new...I wanted to play old school SNES games on my Mac and downloaded this but now I have some files I don't know how to install it...HELP!
Battman79
Battman79
Jun 14 2009
0.4.7
5.0
Jun 14 2009
5.0
Version: 0.4.7
Richard is a legend of the emulator scene and this is up to his usual high standards. Plays all the games I've thrown at it, exactly how I remember them. Not the most feature-rich, but gets it right where it counts.
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App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • OS X 10.11.0 or later
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