1964 is a Nintendo 64 Emulator for Microsoft Windows, written in C/C++ and released as free software. It is one of the oldest and most popular N64 emulators, supporting many commercial N64 games
1964 is one of the few Nintendo 64 emulators with built-in network play support. Like many emulator implementations of "NetPlay", it uses the now inactive Kaillera networking library. It supports multiple inputs, including the use of an Xbox 360 Controller.
When using the Rice Video or Glide64 video plug-in, 1964 can load high resolution textures in place of lower, default textures in an N64 game.
(0.9.9 is Recommend)