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Many (especially older) cartridge-based consoles have homebrew development subcultures that have built CompactFlash-based cartridges that you can purchase, load up with your home-brew ROM, and insert into a (usually modded) system. For the NES, the most popular option seems to be the PowerPak from RetroZone. It does not appear to require a modded NES, since ...


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You need to ensure your game will run properly on the NES hardware. With many 8 and 16 bit consoles, there are limited times you can access the hardware registers. Accessing registers outside the allowed time often results in the program not displaying any output. One emulator to consider is no$nes, another is fceux. The no$nes will warn you if you violate ...



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