Playing NES games on your Mac might be considered nerdy or retro , but it’s also just plain fun. I finally found a decent NES emulator for Mac that’s free, and more importantly, it’s stable.
It’s called Nestopia, (get it, NEStopia?), and it has all the features you’ve come to expect from a good emulator: stability, freeze states, customizable keyboard controls, adjustable frame rates, and various display tweaks that can even emulate the funky NTSC connection.
Playing games is easy, either select them from the file browser in Nestopia, or you can drag them into the app, or once the filetype is associated (.nes ROM), just double click on a ROM file to play it.
What about NES Games and ROM files?