sixtyforce
sixtyforce
2.0.0

5.0

sixtyforce free download for Mac

sixtyforce2.0.0

14 October 2019

Play Nintendo 64 games on your Mac.

Overview

sixtyforce is an emulator that runs Nintendo 64 games. It does this by dynamically translating the code that a Nintendo 64 uses into something your Mac understands. Nearly every part of a Nintendo 64 has been painstakingly recreated entirely out of software to pull off such an amazing feat.

What's new in sixtyforce

Version 2.0.0 (beta 1):
New:
  • Rewrote the majority of sixtyforce in Swift.
  • sixtyforce can now download and install app updates.
  • Completely rewrote game controller support, adding new controller art, improved element naming and much more.
  • Added a completely redesigned interface for configuring game controllers.
  • Added support for the Switch Pro controller, Xbox One controller and newer PS4 controllers.
  • Worked around a bug in macOS Catalina that caused a warning dialog to appear.
  • Fixed a bug that prevented game controllers from registering D-pad diagonal directions properly.
  • Fixed a bug that prevented Xbox One controller triggers from working.
  • Fixed a bug that prevented files from opening when dropped on the app icon.

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Corradokid
08 August 2011
Version: 0.9.5b1

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Your best N64 emulation option for OS X, but support is seriously lacking, sadly. Can't help but feel with an update of the app it could take much better advantage of OS X's progression as an OS and possibly support better audio/video. I paid for the app YEARS ago and still feel it was worth it, but hope either Gerrit continues work on the app or lets someone else take over the project.
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Swordman
29 August 2012
Version: 0.9.6
Version 0.9.6 crashes almost immediately upon launching. Repeated efforts yielded exactly the same. Reverting to older version fixed the problems.
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Corradokid
08 August 2011
Version: 0.9.5b1
Your best N64 emulation option for OS X, but support is seriously lacking, sadly. Can't help but feel with an update of the app it could take much better advantage of OS X's progression as an OS and possibly support better audio/video. I paid for the app YEARS ago and still feel it was worth it, but hope either Gerrit continues work on the app or lets someone else take over the project.
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polarbear1717
31 March 2011
Version: 0.9.5b1
i cant figure out how to download specific games onto the sixty force... if i dont need to download them, how do i get them???
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Yoshinatsu
02 June 2010
Version: 0.9.5b1
OOT's graphics are all messed up with the new beta version... Weirdly enough, Majora's Mask works just fine :S
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Daniel-Bazurto
24 May 2010
Version: 0.9.5b1
Screen is black on the bata version, Am I the only one with this problem?
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Artistlive
13 November 2009
Version: 0.9.2
I need help. This is stupid, but once I download a plugin for games on sixty force, how do i "plug them in"???? How do I get them to work?
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some-kid-you-know
14 November 2008
Version: 0.9.2
is there going to be a gameshark for this i wish so that's why i payed for this kick*** Emu and i'm sorry but mupen64 does not work on mac version 10.4.11 it mite not it does not work on zelda games though...
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Hendo
23 December 2007
Version: 0.9.2
I wish it was free:( Oh well, maybe I'll buy in the near future.
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Anonymousse
20 November 2007
Version: 0.9.1
On an Intel Macbook, it works perfectly. It is definitely worth supporting and paying the $16 fee...naturally, it runs faster when it's not full-screen, but it still works fine when it is. The only problems I encountered stemmed from using faulty ROMs. Controllers can be used, keyboard controls can be adjusted and most every aspect can be adjusted/tweaked. I've found it to work so far with all the major titles. Well worth it.
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Geepz
16 October 2007
Version: 0.9.1
Much improved. Hope development continues. Great work and much appreciated.
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