In order to edit this wiki, you must register and verify your account.

NES Remix 1

From CEMU Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
NES Remix 1
NES Remix 1.jpg
Developer(s) Nintendo EAD Tokyo, indieszero Corporation, Ltd.
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Release date(s) JP December 19, 2013
NA December 18, 2013
PAL December 18, 2013
Genre(s) Action, Arcade
Mode(s) Single-player, Multiplayer
Input methods Gamepad, Wii U Pro Controller, Wii Remote, Wii Classic Controller
Compatibility PlayablePlayable
GameIDs Missing IDs
See also...

Search Google
Wikipedia page


NES Remix, known in Japan as Famicom Remix (Japanese: ファミコンリミックス Hepburn: Famikon Rimikkusu), is a compilation video game series for Wii U, developed by Nintendo and indieszero.
The first game in the series, NES Remix, is composed of 16 vintage Nintendo Entertainment System games with a total of 204 challenges throughout; the second game, NES Remix 2, features 12 additional NES games with a further 169 challenges. Mostly composed of vintage excerpts from games, these compilations also present special categories of stages called remixes to additionally concoct unique challenges not possible in the original games. The purchase of both NES Remix and NES Remix 2 will unlock Championship Mode in the latter, sporting a new online leaderboards system.

Known Issues

Levels missing audio and frame rate drops to 30fps. Edit: As of CEMU 1.10.0 NES Remix 1 has now working ingame audio.

Configuration

  • This game does not require non-default settings to run properly.

Gameplay Vidoes

Testing

Testing
1.9.x
Version OS Version Region CPU GPU Tester FPS Status Additional Notes
1.9.1 Windows 10 USA AMD FX-8320E Nvidia GTX 1060 6GB PickleRick! 60/30 Playable Runs 60fps in menus. Runs 30fps in levels
1.10.x
Version OS Version Region CPU GPU Tester FPS Status Additional Notes
1.11.x
Version OS Version Region CPU GPU Tester FPS Status Additional Notes
1.11.2 Windows 10 US i5 4670k @ ~4.2GHz GTX 750Ti 2GB chriztr 60 Playable Playable. Missing / low volume in the actual games.
Sounds and music in menus works great.