Project64 – The best emulator of nintendo 64 for pc windows

This means that it creates an environment on your PC under which real N64 software can run and be played in much the same way as it would be on the original hardware system. You can download it from the Project64 website.

Despite having been around forever, the Project64 Nintendo 64 emulator gets updated quite regularly. The latest version, 2.1, works on all 32 and 64-bit versions of Windows. You can download the binaries here, which is linked directly from the main page of the website. The installer is just a little over four megabytes in size.

Project64 does include some bloat in the installer that you’ll need to opt out of. To make sure that all MakeUseOf readers do this correctly, I’ll help walk you through it.

If you owned one of the revolutionary Nintendo videogame consoles: N64, now you’ll be able to play again legendary games such as Legend of Zelda, Super Mario 64, Donkey Kong 64, Mario Kart or Resident Evil 2.

Project64 is the main program that runs all your ROMs, no matter if they are compressed, because Project64 support ZIP files and automatically decompress them.

Video and audio quality are really good and it supports joystick, so your gaming experience will be amazing.

Project64 allows you to enjoy next to all titles of that platform, although you may find any title that is not supported by the emulator. During our tests, we have played all our ROMs. In the help menu you can find a list of all supported games.

Project64 – The best emulator of nintendo 64 for pc windows
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3 thoughts on “Project64 – The best emulator of nintendo 64 for pc windows”

  1. I’m so excited for the SNES Classic, and even though I didn’t get a preorder it would have been great if these top 25 games would have been the preloaded one (Although most are). The only ones I felt deserved a spot were Actrasier, Mario Paint, Krustys Super Fun House, Killer Instinct and God forgive me Bubsy. I mean those were some of my SNES games of my childhood and I still think they’re great (No matter what anyone says) Overall though to this day I think the SNES was the best video game system to date!

  2. The Super Nintendo era was such a great time to grow up in the former United States of America. The early 90’s was a great time to be a kid!

    It really surprises me how 16-bit game design has not caught on like the over used retro 8-bit has. I was hoping games would start to graduate to the 16-bit era of nostalgia but it has not. Hopefully soon!

  3. C’mon, people, it’s their picks for the best SNES games. If you think Secret of Mana is the best, props to you. If you think Super Metroid is better than Super Mario Kart, that’s fine. This is their pick and your comments aren’t going to change it. The sooner you all get that the better off you’ll be.

    And before anyone calls me a hypocrite, I did wonder why Chrono Trigger was only #5 when it was on their “”best games of all time”” list. It just didn’t make sense for it to be lower than A Link to the Past when even that isn’t on the best games of all time list.

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