Snes9x for Mac is a portable, freeware Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) emulator. The application can allow you to play most games that were designed for the SNES and Super Famicom Nintendo game systems on your PC. If you are unaware, SNES was a 16-bit video game console which sold 50 million units globally and was immense fun to play games on! Snes9x for Mac is great for fans of the original SNES, who can now re-live their past gaming victories.
Overall, Snes9x for Mac has lots of configurable options. You can change the sound, play in full screen and alter the game input devices such as SNES Mouse and SNES Joypad. The application also has Action Replay support for cheats and the ability to search for new cheats online. The graphics are emulated in a crisp manner and the overall feel of the emulator is good.
In order to play SNES games, which were available on ROM cartridge, you will need ROMs or ROM images. Please note: The Snes9x for Mac application does not provide games files.
Added support for the MSU-1 coprocessor.
Added support for MSU-1 distribution pack.
Added support for BS-X Satellaview memory packs and data files.
Improved BS-X memory mapping accuracy.
Fixed APU error causing issues with some games.
Added option to ignore patch checksums.
Fixed build warnings / undefined behavior.
Correct pixel placement in hires.
Fixed RAM mapping for Light Fantasy.
Added Circuit USA APU timing hack.
libretro: Merged some changes from downstream repository.
GTK+: Allow use of XDG config directory.
GTK+: Add 10th save slot.
GTK+: Updated Spanish translation.
Win32: Switched to Studio 2017.
Win32: Fixed problems when minimized in d3d.
Win32: Split Patch/Rom directory.
Win32: Simplified compilation by removing or including some dependencies (included CG headers, completely removed FMOD and FMOD_EX, moved direct draw to compile switch) and reworking solution/configurations.
Win32: Fixed crash with movie dialog.
Win32: Changed hotplugging.