Mac Nintendo 64 emulator
What is sixtyforce?
sixtyforce is an emulator that runs Nintendo 64 games. It dynamically (in real-time!) translates Nintendo 64 game code to run on your Mac. Nearly every part of a Nintendo 64 has been reverse engineered and painstakingly recreated in software to give you the best possible experience. Download sixtyforce and try it yourself!
Please note: sixtyforce isn't affiliated with or endorsed by the good people of Nintendo.
October 11, 2019 — sixtyforce 2.0 beta 1 has been released!
Many, many months of work have gone into completely rewriting sixtyforce in Swift — and that's now nearly complete! So today I'm releasing sixtyforce 2.0 beta 1. I'm calling it a beta because there are likely still be bugs, but more importantly, there are major improvements including: much improved support for game controllers, full compatibility with macOS Catalina, better auto-updating, and tons of minor tweaks and fixes. I'm excited for you to check this version out! Of course, please report any bugs you find, and as always, a heartfelt thanks to everyone who has registered and supported sixtyforce.
June 13, 2019 — sixtyforce 1.0.4 has been released
This new version of the app has updated code-signing for macOS Catalina. (Note: This version only runs on macOS 10.9 Mavericks or later.)
October 8, 2018 — sixtyforce 1.0.3 has been released
This new version has been updated for macOS Mojave, including support for Dark Mode (which looks great!) and the new hardened runtime. It also includes the usual round of bug and compatibility fixes. Check out the full release notes for more details. (Note: This version requires macOS 10.9 Mavericks.)