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An NES Emulator Written In Go

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    #golang #gaming #emulator - @changelog Reports Yet Another NES Emulator Has Been Released!
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    The language GO has become very popular recently, as its just as simple to learn as BASIC was, and to show off how easy it is @rbaron has written an NES Emulator called awesomenes in GO and you can check it out below, and start to enjoy some retro gaming on your GO compatible device and at the same time study how he did it to program something cool yourself in GO.
    OFFICIAL SITE: --> https://github.com/rbaron/awesomenes

    NEWS SOURCE: An NES emulator written in Go (via) Changelog
     
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      Is that true that Nintendo lawsuit sites in the USA and want to remove all Nintendo Roms, where to find more information about that?
       
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      We posted some initial info here:

      https://www.maxconsole.com/threads/...ites-for-‘mass’-copyright-infringement.47524/

      Attached also is court PDF filing, when we get more info, we will post it on our front-page.

      Other ROM sites have gotten scare of this action and removed the 'nintendo roms'.

      But this site was mainly targetted for 4 main reasons:

      #1 - Located in USA, so easier to take owners to court.
      #2 - They were charging 'members' monthly for VIP access <-- a real no-no in the eyes of courts and easy for nintendo to prove its commercial piracy business for profit.
      #3 - Their website was directly tied to some android emulators, allowing direct downloads with money and ads. <-- another no-no, making it easier for customers to grab games and play them.
      #4 - Online playing of games via 'browser emulator' plugins, with tons of ads (another no-no, easy access, and piracy for profit).

      Good old-fashion rom sites, that just have basic ads, or none at all, and just linking external to mega or other file-sharing links have nothing to worry about, just their external links from time to time will be taken down and need updating.
       

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