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Nes emulator question (mac users)

Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by wardzach2007, May 20, 2009.

  1. wardzach2007

    wardzach2007 New Member
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    Please, no hating on me because I have a mac.

    But to the Mac users that have downloaded the roms, how in the world did you unzip them to play on your phone?
     

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  2. pacothebandit

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    Sup, when you download the file it should end up on your desktop or in downloads, from there just double click on the file and the expander should do all the rest. Are you running Leopard?
     
  3. abgarza

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    I just saved the zip file to a folder on my phone. It works fine for nesoid.
     
  4. SirFenwick

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    Yeah, I don't think you have to unzip them at all(but I did). Mac has a built in zip program.
     
  5. wardzach2007

    wardzach2007 New Member
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    Yeah, im running leopard..

    Thanks guys for the help.

    What are some good websites taht you all use for .nes files?
     
  6. pacothebandit

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    Yeah, and I guess I misread the question and someone may have already said this but I believe you have to unzip and they have to be .nes

    I myself have the Nesoid but have not bought the full version so I dont really know where to get them yet
     
  7. abgarza

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    Google "NES ROM"

    Theoldcomputer.com has over 800.
     
  8. abgarza

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    I have the full version and there is no need to unzip the file. Just stick the zipped file in a folder you create for the roms. If you unzip, you may not get the full name of the game when looking through your games list. Zipped files keep the specific name of the game.
     

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