How do you add NES roms to the i touch?

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  1. seabear

    seabear New Member

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    How do you add NES roms to the i touch?
    I am running on windows 7

    Oh and before you post "ILLEGAL ILLEGAL" Nes roms aren't illegal their copyrights expired making them open for anyone to play and distribute,
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    St4ud3 New Member

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    OpenSSL, google it
  3. GanawaJ

    GanawaJ New Member

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    Cydia! Go to the Jailbroken Ipod Application Forum there are a list of sources, including on For NES Roms.
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    Meikura Super Moderator Staff Member

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    SSH them in.

    No-one on this site seems to care about piracy anymore...
  5. Teslanaut

    Teslanaut Well-Known Member

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    WinSCP to the ROMS folder that NES specifies.

    Wrong. The Patent for the Nintendo NES system ran out. You can make your own NES and resell it etc. But the ROMS, the games themselves, are still under copyright by the people who hold the intellectual property. In order for them to be Public Domain, wait at least 50 - 70 years since publishing date.

    http://digg.com/gaming_news/Patent_on_NES_runs_out_so_now_other_comapnies_can_sell_the_NES
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    seabear New Member

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    The games copyright expired. The nes was more then 20 years ago and unless the game makers keep renewing the copy rights then their expired
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    Teslanaut Well-Known Member

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    The Copyright on the games (NES Games/Roms) lasts 50 - 70 years. They're far from being public domain.
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    seabear New Member

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    More like 10-20
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    Teslanaut Well-Known Member

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    Please cite your source. Mine was from Wikipedia article on Copyright.
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    NEERRRDDD FIIGHHHTTT!!!

    Google it.

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