.SRM File Extension

A .SRM file is a Super Nintendo ROM Save, created by N/A.

Open with Snes9x. Available for Linux, Windows, and Mac.

What is a .SRM file?

An .SRM file is a type of file used to store saved game data from video games that are played on a Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) emulator. Emulators are programs that mimic the hardware of a video game console, allowing you to play console games on your computer. The .SRM file keeps your game progress, so you can close the game and later pick up where you left off.

The file extension .SRM specifically refers to "Super Nintendo ROM Save" files. These files are most commonly associated with SNES games, but occasionally, they might also contain save data from games on other platforms like the Game Boy Advance or SEGA Genesis. This happens because some emulators can handle multiple types of game systems.

To use an .SRM file, you need a compatible SNES emulator. The most popular programs for opening these files are Snes9x and ZSNES. Both of these emulators can load the .SRM files, allowing you to continue your game from the saved state. To open an .SRM file, you typically need to place it in a designated save folder within the emulator's directory or select it through the emulator's menu.

In summary, if you have an .SRM file, you can open it with SNES emulators like Snes9x or ZSNES to load a saved game state from a Super Nintendo game or occasionally from other gaming platforms. This lets you enjoy your gaming experience without having to start over every time.


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