Dolphin Mac Emulator

  

About Dolphin

Dolphin is a Gamecube and Wii emulator. Most games run perfectly or with minor bugs. Games are playable at HD quality, with 1080p and more. This is a remarkable feature the actual Gamecube and Wii consoles are not capable of. As an open source project everyone can commit improvements. The code is hosted on code.google.com. Dolphin is actively developed and almost every day new features are added and bugs fixed as well. Dolphin is a multiplatform project and many operating systems are supported. Dolphin runs on Windows 7 (x86 and x64), Mac OSX and Linux.

Download super mario bros 3 mac os x. File Name: dolphin-5.0.dmg File Size: 14.03 MB System: Nintendo Gamecube Version: 5.0 Downloads: 256,634 Not what you are looking for? Check out our Mac emulator section! Dolphin is an open-source emulator for the Nintendo GameCube and Wii with support for Microsoft Windows, Linux, Mac OS X, and Android. Dolphin was the first emulator to boot GameCube and later Wii games, and now boasts compatibility with most titles for those game systems.

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System Requirements

Mac

Dolphin makes use of two processors if present!

Dolphin Emulator Requirements Mac

  • Windows XP or higher, or Linux, or MacOSX Intel.
  • Fast CPU with SSE2.
  • GPU with Pixel Shader 2.0 or greater. Not all integrated graphics chips work. read more

Features

Dolphin comes with many features. Some are even not available on the original Wii gaming console.

  • You can save a running game whenever you want and reload a state.
  • Anti-Aliasing and Anisotropic Filtering makes the games more brilliant and realistic. Typically a game looks much better on Dolphin than on the original Wii console. Actual quality depends on the graphics card.
  • Play on maximum resolution in high definition up to 1080p. This is a remarkable feature the original Wii console lacks of.
  • Connect your Wiimote and Nunchuck to your computer for a better gaming experience. read more

Why so many revisions?

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  • What is a revision?
  • Why so many versions?

Dolphin is developed by many developers around the world. Everyone commits new ideas, features and bug fixes. The work needs to be coordinated, so that the source code doesn't end in a mess. read more

Performance

Dolphin comes with default settings that may not be the best for you. You can get massive performance boost by just modifying a few settings. Gains of +20 FPS are not unusual. Just follow the performance guidelines.

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10-01-2015, 11:18 PM (This post was last modified: 10-03-2015, 06:43 PM by Diamondog.Edit Reason: Made a sentence more clear.)
Just yesterday I upgraded from Yosemite to El Capitan and tested Dolphin to see how it performs on my Macbook Pro Retina 13' late 2013, using the new OS. If you want a quick answer, it's that [color=#333399]Dolphin runs fine in El Capitan[/color](at least for me!). If you want to upgrade, but you worry about just Dolphin, it's most possible that you can go ahead. But before doing so, don't forget to check if your other apps are going to work properly after the upgrade! It would also be better if you first read other threads or posts about how Dolphin runs in El Capitan, because you never know!
I wanted to compare how Dolphin runs with El Capitan vs Yosemite in this thread, but there are no important differences to note. The Dolphin interface appears fine with the new default font El Capitan brings. Games run neither faster, nor slower and I haven't found any new graphics issues. The old known graphics issues continue to be present, since Apple brought Metal, which is a new graphics api but didn't do anything about the OpenGL drivers (just as I suspected ).
• The only difference I noticed (concerning Dolphin of course) is that transition to full screen and out of it is much faster than before and not just in Dolphin, but in Youtube as well. Sometimes the fullscreen transition in Yosemite would take a long time (2 or even 2.5 seconds), especially if the system was overheating, which was a little frustrating. Now it takes less than 1 second for Dolphin to go to fullscreen.
If you're reading this and you have tested Dolphin in the new OS, reply.

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