Web site: www.allegro.cc/depot/TI-NESulator/
Category: Emulators
Platform: Linux, OS X, Windows
License: unknown
Interface: GUI
First release: May 19, 2003

TI-NESulator – a Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) console emulator manufactured by Nintendo in the mid-1980s.

Originality of this emulator is that its main operating platform is the TI-89 and TI-92+ calculators from Texas Instrument. His calculators are particularity of having a 68000 microprocessor from motorola, which is for this kind of relatively powerful platform and program an emulator, even from NES, on its machines is a real challenge.
Both at the hardware and memory level, the NES and the TI-68k are completely different.
The NES uses a slightly customized version of the 6502 microprocessor. operating at around 1.7Mhz.

You currently have a special version (understand not made for TI calculators.) This version is only useful for me to implement new things in the TI version of the emulator (notably because of a big lack C debugger in the TI world.)

This version is and always will be more advanced than the TI version in the sense that I use it to experiment with new emulated hardware and to finalize the hardware already emulated. Once running decently on the Windows port, updates are made in the TI version. But the Windows version in the end will contain more functionality than the TI version (support for pallets, color, see even the sound etc …)

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