Sixtyforce v2.0 beta 1 is released. Sixtyforce the Nintendo 64 emulator for the Mac. It does this by dynamically translating the code that a Nintendo 64 uses into something your Mac understands. Nearly every part of a Nintendo 64 has been painstakingly recreated entirely out of software to pull off such an amazing feat.

- Support for Intel 64 bits.
- The code is signed for Mountain Lion.
- Update to use APIs modern as possible.
- The USB controllers can now be connected and disconnected when Sistyforce is running.
- Added default settings for multiple controllers.
- Improved reliability sauvgardes state.
- Fixed a bug that caused the left and right audio channels were reversed.
- Various fixes.

- Generating code 64-bit addressing.
- Fixed bugs in the kernel emulation.
- Fixed bugs with interrupts unmasked.
- Updated to use modern memory protection.
- Improved startup.

- Conversion faster textures.
- Improved restoration and registration status.
- Fixed problems of color combiner.
- Fixed clipping issues.
- Fixed the sky in GoldenEye.
- Support basic Conker's Bad Fur Day.
- Start the implementation of the buffer in real time.
- Remove obsolete preferences.

Sixtyforce v2.0 beta 1 Changelog:
- Rewrote the majority of sixtyforce in Swift.
- sixtyforce can now download and install app updates.
- Completely rewrote game controller support, adding new controller art, improved element naming and much more.
- Added a completely redesigned interface for configuring game controllers.
- Added support for the Switch Pro controller, Xbox One controller and newer PS4 controllers.
- Worked around a bug in macOS Catalina that caused a warning dialog to appear.
- Fixed a bug that prevented game controllers from registering D-pad diagonal directions properly.
- Fixed a bug that prevented Xbox One controller triggers from working.
- Fixed a bug that prevented files from opening when dropped on the app icon.