NesterJ NES Emulator 1.11 RM (Rewind and Mirror Mods)

Super Mario Brothers 3 on Mirror Mode - Image 1Looking for a different spin on the NesterJ homebrew NES Emulator for the PSP by Ruka? Developer davex dropped by the QJ.Net Forums earlier to announce an unofficial release of the emulator’s v1.11, with this version carrying mods like Rewind, and Mirror mode.

Rewind, as its name implies, will allow players to warp back in time (*ahem*, within the game) in case they made a mistake. It’s a bit like saving states, but with less of the hassle. The “Rewind” button is mapped to the R trigger by default, and can be remapped.

Mirror mode inverts the game’s graphics; much like how some manga get reversed when they get printed stateside. This new mode should enable sidescroller fans to enjoy their old classics from (quite literally) a different point of view. A third (and more subtle) mode also mentioned is sepia palette, which swaps out the game’s color palettes into those you’ll find in the GameBoy.

davex explains that this NesterJ revision is being released with the approval of the emulator’s original creator, Ruka. Full usage details and explanations are available in the file readme included in the bundle. Also make sure to drop by davex’s release thread for more info.

Download: NesterJ NES Emulator 1.11 RM (Rewind and Mirror Mods)
Visit: QJ’s PSP Development Forum

Super Mario Brothers 3 on Mirror Mode - Image 1Looking for a different spin on the NesterJ homebrew NES Emulator for the PSP by Ruka? Developer davex dropped by the QJ.Net Forums earlier to announce an unofficial release of the emulator’s v1.11, with this version carrying mods like Rewind, and Mirror mode.

Rewind, as its name implies, will allow players to warp back in time (*ahem*, within the game) in case they made a mistake. It’s a bit like saving states, but with less of the hassle. The “Rewind” button is mapped to the R trigger by default, and can be remapped.

Mirror mode inverts the game’s graphics; much like how some manga get reversed when they get printed stateside. This new mode should enable sidescroller fans to enjoy their old classics from (quite literally) a different point of view. A third (and more subtle) mode also mentioned is sepia palette, which swaps out the game’s color palettes into those you’ll find in the GameBoy.

davex explains that this NesterJ revision is being released with the approval of the emulator’s original creator, Ruka. Full usage details and explanations are available in the file readme included in the bundle. Also make sure to drop by davex’s release thread for more info.

Download: NesterJ NES Emulator 1.11 RM (Rewind and Mirror Mods)
Visit: QJ’s PSP Development Forum

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