3dSen PC is an NES emulator with a unique and very cool twist: It converts games, “both classic and modern homebrew,” into full 3D in real time. Everything works as it normally does—game mechanics are unchanged—but camera angles and zoom can be adjusted on the fly, so if you wanted to play some isometric Super Mario, for instance, you can. It’s been in development for about five years, and today it went live on Steam Early Access.

The emulator currently supports Steam input, the ability to create save states, and “dynamic skyboxes,” and the Early Access FAQ indicates that a first-person view is in the works too, although that’s still being worked out. The list of games it supports is “ever growing,” too.

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