fceu - An emulator for the original (8-bit) Nintendo game console.
fceu [options] "filename"
FCE Ultra is an emulator for the original (8-bit) Nintendo
Entertainment System (NES). It has a robust color palette rendering
engine that is fully customizable, along with excellent sound and
joystick support, and even includes TCP/IP based network playing for
head-to-head gaming with your friends!
These are some of the more frequently used options in FCE Ultra. Run
fceu without any options for a larger list, or see the README for the
Toggle full-screen mode.
Set the Horizontal resolution for full-screen mode.
Set the Vertical resolution for full-screen mode.
-gg Enable Game Genie emulation support.
Use the custom palette in <file>.
Sets the sound volume to the given percentage.
Set the sound playback sample rate (0 == off).
Connect as a client (player 2) to <server> for TCP/IP network
Be a host server (player 1) for a TCP/IP network game.
Use <portnum> for TCP/IP network play. Default is 4046.
FCE Ultra has a number of commands available within the emulator. It
also provides keyboard bindings for emulating gamepads or powerpads.
Gamepad Keyboard Bindings
|NES Gamepad | Keyboard |
| Arrows | Cursor Arrows |
| A | Left ALT |
| B | Left CTRL |
| Select | TAB |
| Start | ENTER |
<F2> Activate cheat interface.
<F4> Toggle full-screen mode.
<F5> Save game state into current slot (set using number
<F7> Restore game state from current slot (set using number
<F9> Save screen snapshot.
<F10> Reset NES.
<F11> Toggle power to NES.
<F12>, <ESC> Quit FCE Ultra.
/usr/share/doc/fceu/fceultra.html The FCE Ultra README file.
The FCE Ultra project homepage.
This manual page was written by Joe Nahmias <firstname.lastname@example.org>, for the
Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).
October 10, 2004