Nes Emulator app Nesbox for Windows 8, 10 Updated

Radu Tyrsina By: Radu Tyrsina
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Nesbox is one of the best Windows 8 apps currently available in the Windows Store that one could rely on to emulate good old NES games. Relive good old classic games such as Mario with this great tool. Now, a new update has been released that takes care of some things
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At the end of November, we were sharing with you the latest update that Nesbox had received at the time. Back then, a changelog hadn’t been released in the Windows Store, but I have noticed the app to load quicker and assumed that some performance improvements have been put in place. Now, my favorite NES Emulator app for Windows 8 has received a new important update in the Windows Store.

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Play old NES games on your Windows 8 tablet with Nesbox

Nesbox is a video console emulators hub. You can play your favorite NES, Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis games on any computer working under Windows 8.1/RT. Nesbox brings you to the magic world of games of the XX century.

According to the release note, the game states saving and loading option has been added, after many users have requested it. Also, what is really, really cool is the fact that Xbox 360 controller support has been added, so now old games will seem even more awesome as you will control them from your gamepad. Don’t wait any longer, download the app and start playing good ol’ games on your Windows 8 tablet!

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