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Just wondering, what are the advantages of Snes over ZSnes and vice-versa?
The only one I know is that ZSnes has a built-in menu (that’s why I use it) and Snes doesn’t (at least not the Linux version).
But what about real gaming? Any significant changes of one over another?
Zsnes is build in asm, while snes in C. Snes is more portable, but zsnes require far less resources. I remember playing a while back rpg games at a resonnable 66% of a normal game speed on a 486 computer with zsnes and dos 6.22. On newer computer, they probably just as fast, because what need to play faster than intended?