It's a bit unsettling that the Mac and Linux versions are like extra DLC that require a paywall while people who use Windows can get this presumably fantastic emulator for free. I came here when I saw that the Mac version was available ready to pay $10 for this, but when I saw that paywall I got a little disgruntled. It makes no real sense to make Mac users that don't have a PayPal to donate with download Wine so that they can use this. If you don't mind my asking, G, if/when will the Mac version be made free? Because when it is, I'll donate a few bucks your way.
So, why do Windows users get to have fun?
Your question is welcome! Since the launch of 3DNes i already run a survey;
and ~98% Mac and Linux users who participated in the survey are willing to pay a few bucks to get the native 3DNes build for their OS. I know after all it's still unfair for them. Let's see it as a temporary price model. In the future when 3DNes support more advanced features (like virtual reality for example) there will be two versions Free and Paid for all OSs users.
Thank you for your interest and understanding!
Dude, it is a donation, and it is only $5. What is done here is amazing, stop whining and help a brother out. Do not have paypal account? Well get a paypal account. They allow for reloadable cards to be purchased from stores that offer credit now, so you do not even need a bank account anymore.