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*25, [[Konami VRC4b]]
 
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*33, [[Taito TC0190]]/[[Taito TC0350|TC0350]], Japanese [[PowerBlazer]]
 
*33, [[Taito TC0190]]/[[Taito TC0350|TC0350]], Japanese [[PowerBlazer]]
 
*34, [[Nina-1|Nina-1 board]], [[Impossible Mission II]] and [[Deadly Towers]]
 
*34, [[Nina-1|Nina-1 board]], [[Impossible Mission II]] and [[Deadly Towers]]
 
*64, [[Tengen RAMBO-1|Tengen RAMBO-1 chip]]
 
*64, [[Tengen RAMBO-1|Tengen RAMBO-1 chip]]
*65, [[Irem H-3001 chip]]
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*66, [[GNROM|GNROM switch]]
 
*66, [[GNROM|GNROM switch]]
 
*67, [[SunSoft3|SunSoft3 chip]]
 
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Latest revision as of 21:10, 9 June 2008

The iNES format was originally developed by Marat Fayzullin. The format uses memory mappers for specific cartridges. Marat Fayzullin has stalled in developing the iNES format this has lead to the fragmentation of the iNES format. For more information on the iNES format visit Marat Fayzullin NES page and [1].

Mappers

See also: List of iNES mappers

Mapper#, Name, Examples