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Snes9x 1.53 on Windows 10
|Original author(s)||Gary Henderson, Jerremy Koot|
1.56.2 / June 21, 2018
|Type||Video game console emulator|
|License||MIT-like license with non-commercial usage clause, GNU LGPLv2.1[clarification needed], GNU GPLv2+[clarification needed]|
Snes9x is an SNES emulator written in C++ with official ports for DOS, Linux, Microsoft Windows, AmigaOS 4, macOS, MorphOS, Xbox, PSP, PS3, Nintendo GameCube, Nintendo Wii, iOS, and Android. Both Windows RT and Windows Phone 8 have an unofficial port named Snes8x.
Development of Snes9x began in July 1997 when Snes96's Gary Henderson and Snes97's Jerremy Koot merged their respective emulators to create Snes9x. Snes9x was among the first to emulate most SNES enhancement chips at some level. It was also the first SNES emulator to offer sound output. In version 1.53, it added support for Cg shaders. Version 1.55 added support for the MSU-1 enhanced chip  found on the SD2SNES 
The emulator PocketSNES for Pocket PCs is based on Snes9X.
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