- "JNES" is also a four-letter abbreviation for the Journal of Near Eastern Studies.
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1.2.1 / January 15, 2017
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Jnes is a NES emulator for Microsoft Windows. It is coded by Jabo, who is known for his work on Project64, a Nintendo 64 emulator. Using DirectX for hardware acceleration, Jnes also features online play with Kaillera, and the ability to use codes for cheat devices like the Game Genie and Pro Action Replay. It also has the ability to use a mouse like a zapper. Jnes is known as one of the most accurate NES emulators for Windows.
Jnes has been ranked among the best NES emulators. Windows Report ranked Jnes as 5th best emulator stating it is the "best emulator for those who just want to open a ROM and start playing their favorite game" noting the emulator is "probably the easiest one to use". Jnes has playable input lag with vsync enabled and has a "one-click option for accurate colors". The emulator is simple and does not have many features. Jnes is one of the most popular NES emulators.
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