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Tuesday, October 10, 2006

Play Hundreds of Nintendo Games in Your Browser

vNES has 495 classic Nintendo games, divided into 250 English, 85 Japaneses, 10 prototype, and 25 unlicensed games. All you need is Java installed to play them.

Some classics include Donkey Kong, Darkwing Duck, and Legend of Zelda. They might load a little slowly, but they are pretty small files.

(via gHacks)


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