A fresh app on Google Code claims to allow hacked iPhone users to play classic NES games. Based on the open-source portable NES emulator InfoNES, the emulator still has its training wheels on. Allegedly, games will run slightly slower than on an actual NES (or standard emulator) and you won't get any sound output yet. We're not 100% sure about its authenticity, but given that the iPhone runs Mac OS X, it looks quite legit in the video after the jump.
In addition to the fact that ports to the iPhone's Mac OS X shouldn't be that complicated, as many programming interfaces are shared, Google Code is open for everyone to review. And needless to say, we are so going to try. And with that we mean: right now. [iPhone NES via Technabob]