Guides to Loading NES ROMs to iPhone Posted

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Date: Friday, August 24th, 2007, 08:25
Category: iPhone

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The iPhone remains unassailably cool these days and a new, playable Nintendo Entertainment System emulator for the device doesn’t hurt either. iPhoneNES, which has been demonstrated as a proof-of-concept, has been updated from version 0.01 to a release candidate and can be downloaded as a binary release or in source code form.
For people looking to get iPhoneNES up and running on their iPhone and load NES ROMs onto the device, Gizmodo has posted a full guide as to how to load the ROMs via FTP of all things.
Keep in mind that a few pieces of software will need to be initially installed, chief among them being the recently-famous Installer.app. A similar set of instructions has also been published via heart attacked’s instructions over at the iPhoneAlley forums.
It’s tinkering and once again, it’s the kind of change that the next iPhone firmware update is going to hate and perhaps wipe out, but it’s still classic Nintendo on your iPhone. That being said, good luck and have at it.
If you have any suggestions or ideas regarding this, let us know in the comments or forums.


iphone.jpg
The iPhone remains unassailably cool these days and a new, playable Nintendo Entertainment System emulator for the device doesn’t hurt either. iPhoneNES, which has been demonstrated as a proof-of-concept, has been updated from version 0.01 to a release candidate and can be downloaded as a binary release or in source code form.
For people looking to get iPhoneNES up and running on their iPhone and load NES ROMs onto the device, Gizmodo has posted a full guide as to how to load the ROMs via FTP of all things.
Keep in mind that a few pieces of software will need to be initially installed, chief among them being the recently-famous Installer.app. A similar set of instructions has also been published via heart attacked’s instructions over at the iPhoneAlley forums.
It’s tinkering and once again, it’s the kind of change that the next iPhone firmware update is going to hate and perhaps wipe out, but it’s still classic Nintendo on your iPhone. That being said, good luck and have at it.
If you have any suggestions or ideas regarding this, let us know in the comments or forums.

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