1964 is a Nintendo 64 emulator for PC, so it will allow us to play Nintendo 64 games on our PC for free. The main feature to highlight in the 1964 emulator is reliability, many emulators have some bugs or performance problems when running some games or ROMs. 1964 is an emulator that works smoothly with the vast majority of ROMs that exist for the Nintendo 64 console.
Download 1964 Free for your Computer
To download 1964 for PC you must follow the instructions below:
- Download the file from the button above
- In case you are asked for confirmation, confirm the download of unknown origin.
- Wait for the download to finish.
- If the downloaded file is in .zip or .rar format we will have to unzip it.
- Once we have unzipped the contents, we look for an .exe file (the installer) in the folder.
- Execute the .exe file.
- Follow the installation instructions.
How to install Emulator 1964 ?
To install 1964 on your computer you will have to follow the instructions below:
- Before proceeding with the installation we will make sure that we are running the process on a compatible operating system.
- Once the installation file is executed, we will follow the instructions of the installer.
- Select the option to create a shortcut, so you can run the emulator from the desktop.
- Once the installation is finished, you can go to the desktop and click on the corresponding icon to enjoy 1964.
Download and Install 1964 Emulator games
The vast majority of emulators come simply being just that: an emulator. To put a comparison is how when you buy a console, you simply have the device in question. However to play both on a console, as in an emulator we also need the games. To do this we will have to get what is known as ROMs (is the format of the games for Emulators) that really come to be the original games of each console, in this case of the Nintendo 64 is a format compatible and executable by the emulator. Once we have these files we just have to run the emulator, and in the toolbar look for an option that puts open file or open ROM.