The Nesbox app is one of the best apps from the Windows Store that you can use to play your favorite NES, Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis games on any device working running Windows 10, Windows 8.1 or Windows RT. And now it has received a fresh new update.
UPDATE: Unfortunately, Microsoft decided to block game emulators in the Store, banning developers from submitting game system emulators to Windows PCs, tablets, phones, Hololens, or the Xbox One console. For this reason, the Nexbox app is no longer available for download in the Microsoft Store. However, you can still run the browser version of the Nexbox Emulator or install one of these NES emulators for Windows 10.
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The Windows 8 Nesbox app has been featured in our list with the best Windows 8 apps from the past week in the Windows Store. A true Windows 8 Nes Emulator tool, Nesbox read NES (.nes), Sega (.gen) and Super Nintendo (.smc) game types, letting your relive the nostalgia of those times when these games seemed awesome.
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.
Who doesn’t long for a game of Mario in Windows or even Pacman? I know I do. The Windows 8.1 Nesbox app has received an update that I’ve spotted in the Windows Store. Although a release note hasn’t been yet made public, I’ve noticed that the app loads quicker now and it’s safe to assume that a lot of bug fixes has been put in place as well as performance improvements.
Inside the Nesbox app for Windows 8 you can also search for games online and add them in your library. There’s also screen gamepad and keyboard support. Get one of the best NES emulator tools for your Windows 8 tablet and computer by following the link from below.
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Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in November 2013 and has been since updated for freshness, and accuracy.