Man what a relic... it's still going!
Its always been an okay emulator (although times have changed a LOT.) Somebody should write a book about this app. What's the history?
My understanding is that it started as a port of an emulator called 1964 for OS 8.6 (or there about... it needed carbon.lib or something... I always remember needing to install an extension to run it on 8.6... or something... too long ago!)
Then Gerrit said... meh... 1964 sux, and re-wrote the emulator pretty well from scratch and called in Sixtyforce.
Then OS X came... and he dumped it + wrote it all from scratch again. Around this time most thought it was dead, but it came out for OS X after a long wait!
Certain OS X updates came... he decided to dump it and re-write it (during this period the time between updates got even slower.)
Intel came... total re-write!
And now this. I'm pretty sure my history's out of whack... but it's an amazing relic of an app that just doesn't seem to die! It's great having a Mac-only N64 emulator, and I'm glad that Gerrit keeps updating it (and hasn't simply made a more complete port of Mupen or something instead.)
Remember Flea? He made a port of Mupen... used to be on here heaps... then suddenly became too busy (or something) and basically disappeared. Any guesses who he really was?