Typhoon Z interviews Lord ESNES
- Hello ESNES, could you please tell me who you are and what you do in
the emulation scene?
- I am esnes, a spanish guy. I am working in a snes emulator (ESNES)
- What caused you to decide to make ESNES?
- When I was a boy, I had a super nes, In september I tested some snes
emulators and it didn't work, then I decided make another one
- Where did you get the information on how to make an emulator?
- Searching in internet , Damaged cybernetic, Cdoty , yoshi docs .. and
besides I got help from yoshi, riff and jwilking ( and now from jeremy
- What is your opinion of the other SNES emulators? Do you like certain
things about them, or model ESNES after any particular one?
- hmmm, I like vsmc and vswc, but I can't test snes96 and spw ... snes
profesional is a young proyect, yet.
- What do you see in the future for ESNES?
- I don't see the future, I live the present ... I would like get a great
snes emulator, I haven't a lot time
- Are you currently working on any other projects?
- yes I am starting my university proyect ... in the emulation scene, I
am helping a friend who is making a tg16 emulator
- Do you have any comments that you might like to tell the readers of this
article about ESNES?
- When I started ESNES, I didn't know the languages C and Assembly and I
didn't know any about snes ... thanks a ESNES I am learning it now ...
- Well, thank you for spending the time to answer my questions, good luck
on ESNES, and keep the good work up!
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