Nintendo Satellaview

The Satellaview is a satellite modem peripheral for Nintendo's Super Famicom system that was released in Japan in 1995. Available for pre-release orders beginning February 13, 1995, the Satellaview retailed for between ¥14,000 and 18,000 (at the time...

Actraiser

Nintendo Satellaview - 1991

ActRaiser is a Super Nintendo Entertainment System city-building simulation and action hybrid. The game was developed by Quintet and published by Enix (before their merge with Square), and the game was released during November of 1991.

Albert Odyssey

Nintendo Satellaview - 1998

BS Albert Odyssey is a Strategy game, developed by SunSoft and published by Tokai Engineering, which was released in Japan in 1998.

Arkanoid: Doh It Again

Nintendo Satellaview - 1997

BS Arkanoid: Doh It Again is an Action game, developed and published by Taito Corporation, which was released in Japan in 1997.

Bokujou Monogatari

Bokujou Monogatari

Nintendo Satellaview - 1996

BS Bokujou Monogatari is a Downloadable 4-part Soundlink game for the Satellaview that was broadcast in at least 2 runs between September 2, 1996 and November 30, 1996. The game is a life-simulation game and it comes as a pseudo-sequel to the earlier-broadcast (July 1996)/retail release Bokujou Monogatari commonly known internationally as "Harvest Moon"; this has given the series the fan-nickname "BS Harvest Moon" as a result. Together with the game (typically immediately before and after), 10-minute broadcasts of a related nature were released entitled BS Bokujou Monogatari Torisetsu (a...

Bokujou Monogatari: Dai-2-wa

Nintendo Satellaview - 1996

BS Bokujou Monogatari is a Downloadable 4-part Soundlink game for the Satellaview that was broadcast in at least 2 runs between September 2, 1996 and November 30, 1996. The game is a life-simulation game and it comes as a pseudo-sequel to the earlier-broadcast (July 1996)/retail release Bokujou Monogatari, commonly known internationally as "Harvest Moon"; this has given the series the fan-nickname "BS Harvest Moon" as a result. Together with the game (typically immediately before and after), 10-minute broadcasts of a related nature were released entitled BS Bokujou Monogatari Torisetsu (a...

Bokujou Monogatari: Dai-4-wa

Nintendo Satellaview - 1996

BS Bokujou Monogatari is a Downloadable 4-part Soundlink game for the Satellaview that was broadcast in at least 2 runs between September 2, 1996 and November 30, 1996. The game is a life-simulation game and it comes as a pseudo-sequel to the earlier-broadcast (July 1996)/retail release Bokujou Monogatari, commonly known internationally as "Harvest Moon"; this has given the series the fan-nickname "BS Harvest Moon" as a result. Together with the game (typically immediately before and after), 10-minute broadcasts of a related nature were released entitled BS Bokujou Monogatari Torisetsu (a...

BS Chrono Trigger Character Library

Nintendo Satellaview - 1995

BS Chrono Trigger: Character Library is essentially a bestiary containing not only all of the playable characters, but all of the enemies as well. The game was released for the Japan only Satellaview in 1995, and was developed by Squaresoft and published by Nintendo. The game is nothing more than an addon to Chrono Trigger, containing every sprite for each character and enemy, as well as a brief description of each one. BS Chrono Trigger: Character Library is also included in Final Fantasy Chronicles.

BS Chrono Trigger Jet Bike Special

Nintendo Satellaview - 1995

Chrono Trigger is a game for the Super Famicom. From as early as May of 1995 it was discussed on the Satellaview broadcast magazine, Game Tora no Ooana. Later in the life of the Satellaview, downloadable content was released for Chrono Trigger via the Satellaview. These sets of download data included: Chrono Trigger Character Zukan Chrono Trigger Jet Bike Special Chrono Trigger Music Library

BS Chrono Trigger Music Library

Nintendo Satellaview - 1995

BS Chrono Trigger: Music Library was released for the Satellaview in 1995. The game was developed by Squaresoft and published by Nintendo. Essentially, Music Library is an add-on to Chrono Trigger. It contains the game's entire soundtrack, which can be selected and played based on disc and track number. The music is played in something like a media player, where the player has control over stopping and playing the music (but not fast-forwarding or rewinding).

BS Dr. Mario

Nintendo Satellaview - 1997

Dr. Mario BS Version is a Satellaview video game released in 1997 for the Super Famicom. It's an altered version of the popular Dr. Mario video game and was released only in Japan. It was the last game to be broadcast over the Satellaview. It is a puzzle game where the objective is to defeat different colored germs using vitamins of the same color. It is basically four in a row just like Tetris (row or column counts) or to put it another way, to defeat each germ, three halves of the same color must be next to the germ. These halves do not need to be on the same pill. The germs will multiply...

BS Fire Emblem: Akaneia Senki Hen: Dai-1-wa: Palace Kanraku

Nintendo Satellaview - 1997

BS Fire Emblem: Akaneia Senki is a Downloadable 4-part Soundlink game for the Satellaview that was broadcast in at least 3 distinct runs between September 28, 1997 and May 1, 1999.

BS Fire Emblem: Akaneia Senki Hen: Dai-2-wa: Akai Ryuu Kishi

Nintendo Satellaview - 1997

BS Fire Emblem: Akaneia Senki (?BS?????????? ?????????) is a Downloadable 4-part Soundlink game for the Satellaview that was broadcast in at least 3 distinct runs between September 28, 1997 and May 1, 1999.

BS Fire Emblem: Akaneia Senki Hen: Dai-3-wa: Seigi no Touzokudan

Nintendo Satellaview - 1997

BS Fire Emblem: Akaneia Senki is a Downloadable 4-part Soundlink game for the Satellaview that was broadcast in at least 3 distinct runs between September 28, 1997 and May 1, 1999.

BS Fire Emblem: Akaneia Senki Hen: Dai-4-wa: Hajimari no Toki

Nintendo Satellaview - 1997

BS Fire Emblem: Akaneia Senki is a Downloadable 4-part Soundlink game for the Satellaview that was broadcast in at least 3 distinct runs between September 28, 1997 and May 1, 1999.

BS F-Zero Grand Prix 2

BS F-Zero Grand Prix 2

Nintendo Satellaview - August 10, 1997

BS F-Zero Grand Prix 2 is the direct sequel to the original F-Zero game released for the Super Famicom via the Satellaview. Two versions were released - a non-SoundLink game and a SoundLink game. The original non-SoundLink version was released as BSF-Zero 2 Practice on June 1, 1997 (although the title screen remained the same). It contained the four courses first seen throughout BS F-Zero Grand Prix (a Satellaview remake of the original), along with a new course called Mute City IV. Little is known about the later SoundLink version outside of surviving videos, but it was distributed in two...

BS F-Zero Grand Prix: Dai-1-shuu: Knight League

Nintendo Satellaview - 1996

BS F-Zero Grand Prix is a Downloadable 4-part Soundlink game for the Satellaview that was broadcast in at least 3 runs between December 29, 1996 and November 28, 1998. The game was broadcast as a pseudo-sequel to the F-ZERO series and it was followed by as many as 3 sequels entitled BS F-ZERO Grand Prix 2, BS F-ZERO 2, and BS F-ZERO 2 Grand Prix 2 (released in August, September, and October of 1997, respectively).

BS F-Zero Grand Prix: Dai-2-shuu: Queen League

Nintendo Satellaview - 1996

BS F-Zero Grand Prix is a Downloadable 4-part Soundlink game for the Satellaview that was broadcast in at least 3 runs between December 29, 1996 and November 28, 1998. The game was broadcast as a pseudo-sequel to the F-ZERO series and it was followed by as many as 3 sequels entitled BS F-ZERO Grand Prix 2, BS F-ZERO 2, and BS F-ZERO 2 Grand Prix 2 (released in August, September, and October of 1997, respectively).

BS F-Zero Grand Prix: Dai-3-shuu: King League

Nintendo Satellaview - 1996

BS F-Zero Grand Prix is a Downloadable 4-part Soundlink game for the Satellaview that was broadcast in at least 3 runs between December 29, 1996 and November 28, 1998. The game was broadcast as a pseudo-sequel to the F-ZERO series and it was followed by as many as 3 sequels entitled BS F-ZERO Grand Prix 2, BS F-ZERO 2, and BS F-ZERO 2 Grand Prix 2 (released in August, September, and October of 1997, respectively).

BS F-Zero Grand Prix: Dai-4-shuu: Ace League

Nintendo Satellaview - 1996

BS F-Zero Grand Prix is a Downloadable 4-part Soundlink game for the Satellaview that was broadcast in at least 3 runs between December 29, 1996 and November 28, 1998. The game was broadcast as a pseudo-sequel to the F-ZERO series and it was followed by as many as 3 sequels entitled BS F-ZERO Grand Prix 2, BS F-ZERO 2, and BS F-ZERO 2 Grand Prix 2 (released in August, September, and October of 1997, respectively).

BS Marvelous: Camp Arnold Course: Dai-1-shuu

Nintendo Satellaview - 1996

BS Marvelous: Camp Arnold is a Downloadable 4-part Soundlink game for the Satellaview that ran between November 3, 1996 and November 29, 1996. The game was broadcast as a rerun in January, 1997. BS Marvelous: Camp Arnold served as a sequel to the earlier-broadcast BS Marvelous: Time Athletics, released in January 1996, and a direct prequel to Marvelous: Mohitotsu no Takarajima which was not broadcast via Satellaview but instead released in hard copy as a SFC cartridge in October 1996.

BS Marvelous: Camp Arnold Course: Dai-2-shuu

Nintendo Satellaview - 1996

BS Marvelous: Camp Arnold is a Downloadable 4-part Soundlink game for the Satellaview that ran between November 3, 1996 and November 29, 1996. The game was broadcast as a rerun in January, 1997. BS Marvelous: Camp Arnold served as a sequel to the earlier-broadcast BS Marvelous: Time Athletics, released in January 1996, and a direct prequel to Marvelous: Mohitotsu no Takarajima which was not broadcast via Satellaview but instead released in hard copy as a SFC cartridge in October 1996.

BS Marvelous: Camp Arnold Course: Dai-3-shuu

Nintendo Satellaview - 1996

BS Marvelous: Camp Arnold is a Downloadable 4-part Soundlink game for the Satellaview that ran between November 3, 1996 and November 29, 1996. The game was broadcast as a rerun in January, 1997. BS Marvelous: Camp Arnold served as a sequel to the earlier-broadcast BS Marvelous: Time Athletics, released in January 1996, and a direct prequel to Marvelous: Mohitotsu no Takarajima which was not broadcast via Satellaview but instead released in hard copy as a SFC cartridge in October 1996.

BS Marvelous: Camp Arnold Course: Dai-4-shuu

Nintendo Satellaview - 1996

BS Marvelous: Camp Arnold is a Downloadable 4-part Soundlink game for the Satellaview that ran between November 3, 1996 and November 29, 1996. The game was broadcast as a rerun in January, 1997. BS Marvelous: Camp Arnold served as a sequel to the earlier-broadcast BS Marvelous: Time Athletics, released in January 1996, and a direct prequel to Marvelous: Mohitotsu no Takarajima which was not broadcast via Satellaview but instead released in hard copy as a SFC cartridge in October 1996.

BS Marvelous: Time Athletic Course: Dai-1-shuu

Nintendo Satellaview - 1996

BS Marvelous: Time Athletics is a Downloadable 4-part Soundlink game for the Satellaview that ran between January 1, 1996 and January 31, 1996. The game was broadcast in as a rerun in April, 1996. A sequel to BS Marvelous: Time Athletics entitled BS Marvelous: Camp Arnold was released in November, 1996 as a direct prequel to Marvelous: Mohitotsu no Takarajima which was not broadcast via Satellaview but instead released in hard copy as a SFC cartridge.

BS Marvelous: Time Athletic Course: Dai-2-shuu

Nintendo Satellaview - 1996

BS Marvelous: Time Athletics is a Downloadable 4-part Soundlink game for the Satellaview that ran between January 1, 1996 and January 31, 1996. The game was broadcast in as a rerun in April, 1996. A sequel to BS Marvelous: Time Athletics entitled BS Marvelous: Camp Arnold was released in November, 1996 as a direct prequel to Marvelous: Mohitotsu no Takarajima which was not broadcast via Satellaview but instead released in hard copy as a SFC cartridge.

BS Marvelous: Time Athletic Course: Dai-3-shuu

Nintendo Satellaview - 1996

BS Marvelous: Time Athletics is a Downloadable 4-part Soundlink game for the Satellaview that ran between January 1, 1996 and January 31, 1996. The game was broadcast in as a rerun in April, 1996. A sequel to BS Marvelous: Time Athletics entitled BS Marvelous: Camp Arnold was released in November, 1996 as a direct prequel to Marvelous: Mohitotsu no Takarajima which was not broadcast via Satellaview but instead released in hard copy as a SFC cartridge.

BS Marvelous: Time Athletic Course: Dai-4-shuu

Nintendo Satellaview - 1996

BS Marvelous: Time Athletics is a Downloadable 4-part Soundlink game for the Satellaview that ran between January 1, 1996 and January 31, 1996. The game was broadcast in as a rerun in April, 1996. A sequel to BS Marvelous: Time Athletics entitled BS Marvelous: Camp Arnold was released in November, 1996 as a direct prequel to Marvelous: Mohitotsu no Takarajima which was not broadcast via Satellaview but instead released in hard copy as a SFC cartridge.

BS Nichibutsu Mahjong: Mahjong Taikai

Nintendo Satellaview - 1997

BS Nichibutsu Mahjong is a Downloadable 2-part Soundlink game for the Satellaview that was broadcast between January 26, 1997 and April 12, 1997.

BS Nichibutsu Mahjong: Renshuu Mahjong: Ichimantou

Nintendo Satellaview - 1997

BS Nichibutsu Mahjong is a Downloadable 2-part Soundlink game for the Satellaview that was broadcast between January 26, 1997 and April 12, 1997.

BS Nichibutsu Mahjong: Renshuu Mahjong: Nimantou

Nintendo Satellaview - 1997

BS Nichibutsu Mahjong is a Downloadable 2-part Soundlink game for the Satellaview that was broadcast between January 26, 1997 and April 12, 1997.

BS Parlor! Parlor!: Dai-2-shuu

Nintendo Satellaview - 1998

BS Parlor! Parlor! is a Downloadable 2-part Soundlink game for the Satellaview that was broadcast between March 1, 1998 and March 14, 1998. At various times throughout 1995, the game was accompanied by full-day broadcasts of a strategy magazine entitled BS Parlor! Parlor! Kouryaku Magazine.

BS Special Tee Shot

Nintendo Satellaview - June 24, 1996

BS Special Tee Shot is a game that was planned to be released on the SNES, though eventually was just made exclusively for the Super Famicom's Satellaview service. The game was later retooled and made into the game that is known as Kirby's Dream Course. It is unknown why the game was remade to feature Kirby characters, though it's presumed that it as because Nintendo thought that the game would prove more successful with a well known brand behind it. The Satellaview video game had unique characters rather than already developed ones. Overall, however, the player character was uninspiring as...

BS Super Mario Collection: Dai-3-shuu

Nintendo Satellaview - 1997

BS Super Mario Collection is a remake of Super Mario Collection for the Satellaview. The game was released in four installments as a Soundlink game entry.

BS Super Mario USA Power Challenge

Nintendo Satellaview - 1996

BS Super Mario USA Power Challenge is an ura- or gaiden-version of Super Mario Bros. 2 for the Satellaview system featuring graphical enhancements similar to its Super Mario All-Stars version. While the underlying gameplay itself is largely similar, new and arranged content has been added.

BS Super Mario USA: Power Challenge: Dai-1-kai

Nintendo Satellaview - March 31, 1996

BS Super Mario USA Power Challenge is an ura- or gaiden-version of Super Mario Bros. 2 for the Satellaview system featuring graphical enhancements similar to its Super Mario All-Stars version. While the underlying gameplay itself is largely similar, new and arranged content has been added. This is the week 1 release: "We, the Super-Birdos!".

BS Super Mario USA: Power Challenge: Dai-2-kai

Nintendo Satellaview - April 7, 1996

BS Super Mario USA Power Challenge is an ura- or gaiden-version of Super Mario Bros. 2 for the Satellaview system featuring graphical enhancements similar to its Super Mario All-Stars version. While the underlying gameplay itself is largely similar, new and arranged content has been added. This is the week 2 release: "Secrets of the Quicksand that Surprises Even Tryclyde".

BS Super Mario USA: Power Challenge: Dai-3-kai

Nintendo Satellaview - April 14, 1996

BS Super Mario USA Power Challenge is an ura- or gaiden-version of Super Mario Bros. 2 for the Satellaview system featuring graphical enhancements similar to its Super Mario All-Stars version. While the underlying gameplay itself is largely similar, new and arranged content has been added. This is the week 3 release: "Fry Guy at the Sea of Ice".

BS Super Mario USA: Power Challenge: Dai-4-kai

Nintendo Satellaview - April 21, 1996

BS Super Mario USA Power Challenge is an ura- or gaiden-version of Super Mario Bros. 2 for the Satellaview system featuring graphical enhancements similar to its Super Mario All-Stars version. While the underlying gameplay itself is largely similar, new and arranged content has been added. This is the week 4 release: "Watch Out for Wart's Trap, Super Mario Bros.".

BS The Legend Of Zelda: Ancient Stone Tablets

Nintendo Satellaview - March 30, 1997

The events of Ancient Stone Tablets occur a mere six years after the destruction of Ganon by the hero, Link in A Link to the Past. Hyrule is enjoying a time of peace and tranquility, but Princess Zelda suffers from a dark, recurring dream showing a shadow over a temple; a premonition of evil to come. One day, she witnesses a mysterious and brilliant light in the sky to the east. Aginah, the younger brother of the wise man Sahasrahla and now living in his old hideout near the Eastern Palace also witnesses such a light, and travels to investigate. There he finds a strange youth lying on the...

BS Zelda no Densetsu Map 2: Dai-4-wa

Nintendo Satellaview - 1995

BS Zelda no Densetsu is a Downloadable 4-part Soundlink game for the Satellaview that was broadcast in at least 5 distinct runs between August 6, 1995 and January 4, 1997. A program called BS Zelda no Asobikata was also broadcast in the half-hour prior to broadcasts of BS Zelda. This program seems to have been a radio tutorial teaching players how to play BS Zelda.

BS Zelda no Densetsu: Dai-3-wa

Nintendo Satellaview - 1995

BS Zelda no Densetsu is a Downloadable 4-part Soundlink game for the Satellaview that was broadcast in at least 5 distinct runs between August 6, 1995 and January 4, 1997. A program called BS Zelda no Asobikata was also broadcast in the half-hour prior to broadcasts of BS Zelda. This program seems to have been a radio tutorial teaching players how to play BS Zelda.

BS Zelda no Densetsu: Inishie no Sekiban: Dai-1-wa

BS Zelda no Densetsu: Inishie no Sekiban: Dai-1-wa

Nintendo Satellaview - 1997

BS Zelda no Densetsu: Inishie no Sekiban is a Downloadable 4-part Soundlink game for the Satellaview that was broadcast in at least 4 distinct runs between March 30, 1997 and May 30, 1999. The game has in the past been commonly referred to as "BS Zelda no Densetsu: Kodai no Sekiban", however the current fan consensus is that the term, is more appropriately written as "Inishie no Sekiban" due to the in-game SoundLink pronunciation of the game's title as heard on period VHS recordings of live game-play.

BS Zelda no Densetsu: Inishie no Sekiban: Dai-2-wa

Nintendo Satellaview - 1997

BS Zelda no Densetsu: Inishie no Sekiban is a Downloadable 4-part Soundlink game for the Satellaview that was broadcast in at least 4 distinct runs between March 30, 1997 and May 30, 1999. The game has in the past been commonly referred to as "BS Zelda no Densetsu: Kodai no Sekiban", however the current fan consensus is that the term, is more appropriately written as "Inishie no Sekiban" due to the in-game SoundLink pronunciation of the game's title as heard on period VHS recordings of live game-play.

BS Zelda no Densetsu: Inishie no Sekiban: Dai-3-wa

Nintendo Satellaview - 1997

BS Zelda no Densetsu: Inishie no Sekiban is a Downloadable 4-part Soundlink game for the Satellaview that was broadcast in at least 4 distinct runs between March 30, 1997 and May 30, 1999. The game has in the past been commonly referred to as "BS Zelda no Densetsu: Kodai no Sekiban", however the current fan consensus is that the term, is more appropriately written as "Inishie no Sekiban" due to the in-game SoundLink pronunciation of the game's title as heard on period VHS recordings of live game-play.

BS Zelda no Densetsu: Inishie no Sekiban: Dai-4-wa

Nintendo Satellaview - 1997

BS Zelda no Densetsu: Inishie no Sekiban is a Downloadable 4-part Soundlink game for the Satellaview that was broadcast in at least 4 distinct runs between March 30, 1997 and May 30, 1999. The game has in the past been commonly referred to as "BS Zelda no Densetsu: Kodai no Sekiban", however the current fan consensus is that the term, is more appropriately written as "Inishie no Sekiban" due to the in-game SoundLink pronunciation of the game's title as heard on period VHS recordings of live game-play.

BS Zelda no Densetsu: Kamigami no Triforce

Nintendo Satellaview - 1997

Zelda no Densetsu: Kamigami no Triforce is a view-limited Downloadable game for the Satellaview that was broadcast in at least 10 distinct runs between March 2, 1997 and May 29, 2000. Unlike BS Zelda and Inishie no Sekiban, Kamigami no Triforce did not use SoundLink narration or an enhanced orchestral score. Apart from its physical form and the addition of Satellaview headers to the code, the game is identical to the hardware version released for the Super Famicom on November 21, 1991.

BS-X: The Story of The Town Whose Name Was Stolen

BS-X: The Story of The Town Whose Name Was Stolen

Nintendo Satellaview - April 23, 1995

Cu-On-Pa SFC

Nintendo Satellaview - 1997

Cu-On-Pa BS Ban is a Downloadable game for the Satellaview that was broadcast in at least 2 runs between June 29, 1997 and December 19, 1998. Between its first broadcast and August 2, 1997, a related magazine entitled Cu-On-Pa BS Ban Seiseki Magazine was broadcast alongside Cu-On-Pa.

Daibakushou Jinsei Gekijou

Nintendo Satellaview - 1997

Daibakushou Jinseigekijou: Ooedo Nikki is a view-limited Downloadable game for the Satellaview that was broadcast in at least 4 runs between March 2, 1997 and February 21, 1998. From November 15, 1998 and onward, the game dropped its subtitle to become simply Daibakushou Jinseigekijou.

Darius Force

Nintendo Satellaview

For countless millennia, the space tyrant Belser and his cosmic marauders have terrorized this once peaceful galaxy. Now, no sector remains safe from these stellar mercenaries and their evil empire. The Galactic Federation has finally called on two of its ace pilots and their sleek Silver Hawk warships to do battle with Belser's malicious metal menaces and reclaim the beloved planet Darius. Climb into the pilot's seat for a solo mission against Belser's forces; or engage the enemies with a fellow Federation pilot in a two-player simultaneous team attack. The future of the galaxy rests on the...

Dezaemon BSX Version: BS-X Shooting

Nintendo Satellaview - 1994

Dezaemon is an Action game, developed and published by Athena, which was released in Japan in 1994.

Dokapon Gaiden: Honoo no Audition

Nintendo Satellaview - 1998

Dokapon Gaiden: Honoo no Audition is a view-limited Downloadable game for the Satellaview that was broadcast in at least 2 runs between February 1, 1998 and November 28, 1998. Prior to February 1, 1998, the game was simply called Dokapon Gaiden.

Dragon Slayer: Eiyuu Densetsu

Nintendo Satellaview - 1997

Dragon Slayer: Eiyuu Densetsu is a view-limited Downloadable game for the Satellaview that was broadcast in at least 3 runs between August 31, 1997 and February 28, 1998.

DynamiTracer

Nintendo Satellaview - January 27, 1996

Dynami Tracer is a mischievous mélange of RPG exploration and racing. It was released exclusively for Nintendo's Satellaview system, which sent games to the Super Famicom via satellite signals, requiring a special adapter to receive and decode the data. This means that Dynami Tracer was never released in cartridge form, and as such, you can't purchase it anywhere, ever. The RPG aspect primarily involves your character going from star to star, interacting with the flamboyant locals and acquiring information. Every once in a while, you'll somehow get yourself involved in a race

Excitebike: Bun Bun Mario Battle Stadium

Nintendo Satellaview - May 11, 1997

Excitebike: Bun Bun Mario Battle Stadium (エキサイトバイク ぶんぶんマリオバトルスタジアム, also known as Mario Excite Bike, BS Excitebike) is a video game for the Satellaview (available only in Japan), and a remake of this game. Unlike the original Excitebike, the human racers have been replaced by Mario, Luigi, Princess Peach, Wario, Toad, and some of Bowser's Koopa Troopas. The concept of the game was unchanged except for a "SUPER" mode where the player has unlimited turbo, as well as the addition of coins. The coins are spread out on the courses and increase top speed.

Excitebike: Bunbun Mario Battle: Stadium 1

Nintendo Satellaview

Excitebike: Bunbun Mario Battle: Stadium 2

Nintendo Satellaview - 1997

Excitebike: BunBun Mario Battle Stadium is an obscure remake/adaptation of the NES title, Excitebike. In this game, all human bikers were replaced with Mario characters. The game was somewhat based on the Mario Kart series. As a Satellaview title, Nintendo developed the video game and released four versions of it through the satellite download service operated by St.GIGA, each expanding on or replacing the features of the last.

Excitebike: Bunbun Mario Battle: Stadium 3

Nintendo Satellaview - 1997

Excitebike: BunBun Mario Battle Stadium is an obscure remake/adaptation of the NES title, Excitebike. In this game, all human bikers were replaced with Mario characters. The game was somewhat based on the Mario Kart series. As a Satellaview title, Nintendo developed the video game and released four versions of it through the satellite download service operated by St.GIGA, each expanding on or replacing the features of the last.

Excitebike: Bunbun Mario Battle: Stadium 4

Nintendo Satellaview - 1997

Excitebike: BunBun Mario Battle Stadium is an obscure remake/adaptation of the NES title, Excitebike. In this game, all human bikers were replaced with Mario characters. The game was somewhat based on the Mario Kart series. As a Satellaview title, Nintendo developed the video game and released four versions of it through the satellite download service operated by St.GIGA, each expanding on or replacing the features of the last.

Fire Emblem: Archanea Saga

Nintendo Satellaview - September 28, 1997

BS Fire Emblem: Akaneia Senki is a Downloadable 4-part Soundlink game for the Satellaview that was broadcast in at least 3 distinct runs between September 28, 1997 and May 1, 1999.

The Firemen

Nintendo Satellaview - 1997

The Firemen is a Downloadable Game for the Satellaview that was broadcast in at least 6 distinct runs between February 2, 1997 and January 24, 1998.

F-Zero

Nintendo Satellaview

Gambler Jiko Chuushinha 2: Dorapon Quest

Nintendo Satellaview - 1997

Gambler Jiko Chuushinha 2 is a Miscellaneous game, published by Asmik Ace Entertainment, Inc.

Golf Daisuki! O.B. Club

Nintendo Satellaview - 1997

Golf Daisuki! O.B. Club is a view-limited Downloadable golfing game for the Satellaview initially running between August 10, 1997 and August 23, 1997. The game was rebroadcast for at least 4 runs ending in March 30, 1998.

Golf Daisuki! O.B. Club

Nintendo Satellaview - April 27, 1997

A fun, four-player isometric mini-golf video game that will present the expected challenges of perfectly hitting the ball at the exact power and precise angle. Released on for Satellaview device and initially running between August 10, 1997 and August 23, 1997. The game was rebroadcast for at least 4 runs ending in March 30, 1998.

Heisei Gunjin Shougi

Nintendo Satellaview - 1996

Heisei Gunjin Shougi is a view-limited Downloadable game for the Satellaview that was broadcast in January of 1996.

Ikari no Yousai

Nintendo Satellaview - 1998

Ikari no Yousai is a view-limited Downloadable game for the Satellaview that was broadcast in at least 2 runs between February 1, 1998 and December 19, 1998.

Kaizo Chojin Schbibinman Zero

Nintendo Satellaview - 1997

Kaizou Choujin Schbibinman Zero is a view-limited Downloadable Game for the Satellaview that ran between March 30, 1997 and February 28, 1998. It is a pseudo-sequel to the earlier Kaizou Choujin Schbibinman and Kaizou Choujin Schbibinman 2: Aratanaru Teki (known as Shockman in English).

Kaizou Chounin Shubibinman Zero

Nintendo Satellaview - 1997

Kaizou Choujin Schbibinman Zero is a view-limited Downloadable Game for the Satellaview that ran between March 30, 1997 and February 28, 1998. It is a pseudo-sequel to the earlier Kaizou Choujin Schbibinman and Kaizou Choujin Schbibinman 2: Aratanaru Teki (known as Shockman in English).

Kessen! Dokapon Oukoku IV: Densetsu no Yuusha-tachi

Nintendo Satellaview

Kessen! Dokapon Okukoku IV: Densetsu no Yuusha Tachi ("Decisive Battle! Dokapon Kingdoms IV: Legend of Heroes") is a mix of an RPG and a multiplayer board game. Players move their heroes around the board, gaining levels and finding equipment, and eventually saving a kingdom from encroaching monsters. The goal is to beat the target monsters before the other players.

Kid Klown no Crazy Chase

Nintendo Satellaview - 1997

Kid Klown in Crazy Chase is a platform video game developed and published by Kemco for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. It was released in North America in September 1994, Japan on October 21, 1994 and in Europe in 1994. The game features the Kid Klown, the player character who is tasked with rescuing the Princess Honey from the villain Black Jack. Players view gameplay from an isometric perspective as Kid Klown pursues a lit fuse in order to stop it from reaching a spade bomb. The game was re-released for the Game Boy Advance and features 11 new levels, four mini-games, and a...

Kikikai-kai: Nazo no Kuro Manteau

Nintendo Satellaview - 1996

This is the Japanese version of Pocky and Rocky. A shrine maiden and a Nopino goblin investigate why the other goblins are acting badly. This is a really good and fun shoot-em-up.

Kirby no Omochabako: Baseball

Nintendo Satellaview - 1997

Kirby no Omocha Hako, or Kirby's Toy Box, is a Downloadable mini-game series for the Satellaview including as many as 8 different Kirby-themed mini-games.

Kirby no Omochabako: Guruguru Ball

Nintendo Satellaview - 1997

Kirby no Omocha Hako, or Kirby's Toy Box, is a Downloadable mini-game series for the Satellaview including as many as 8 different Kirby-themed mini-games.

Kirby no Omochabako: Hoshi Kuzushi

Nintendo Satellaview - 1997

Kirby no Omocha Hako, or Kirby's Toy Box, is a Downloadable mini-game series for the Satellaview including as many as 8 different Kirby-themed mini-games.

Kirby no Omochabako: Pinball

Nintendo Satellaview - 1997

Kirby no Omocha Hako, or Kirby's Toy Box, is a Downloadable mini-game series for the Satellaview including as many as 8 different Kirby-themed mini-games.

Kirby's Toybox: Baseball

Nintendo Satellaview - February 8, 1996

Kirby's Toy Box is the translated name of a small series of Kirby sub-games titled (Kabi no Omochabako, meaning Kirby's Toy Box) in Japan. The Kirby's Toy Box series was broadcast over Nintendo's first form of digital distribution, the Satellaview satellite network, and, depending on when the player connected to the network, different games were available at different times. These could be downloaded to the Satellaview base unit, or an 8-megabit rewritable "Memory Pak" ROM cartridge compatible with the Satellaview. As these games did not use the SoundLink live audio streaming technology...

Koi wa Balance: Tatoeba K-kun no Tabou na Ichinichi Hen

Nintendo Satellaview - 1996

Koi wa Balance: Tatoeba K-kun no Tabou na Ichinichi Hen is a Downloadable game for the Satellaview that was first broadcast on January 27, 1996. The game is a board game and it features, among other characters, both Gaspar and Johnny from the earlier Square title, Chrono Trigger.

Konae-chan no Dokidoki Penguin Kazoku

Nintendo Satellaview - 1996

Konae-chan no DokiDoki Pengin Kazoku is a Downloadable Event Game developed by Pax Softnica for the Satellaview. It stars Konae and was distributed as a tie in to the Radio Program "If Tomorrow Comes...".

Lemmings

Nintendo Satellaview - 1997

Thousands of Lemmings are on the loose, marching towards extinction unless you can save them. Without minds of their own, they are completely helpless, faithfully following their leader through 125 levels of blazing fires, endless canyons, deadly tunnels and ancient ruins. You or you and a friend can command the Lemmings to dig, climb, tunnel, float and build their way to safety. But you have to move fast, because each moment you hesitate, more Lemmings may drop from above!

Lord Monarch

Nintendo Satellaview - 1997

Lord Monarch is a view-limited Downloadable game for the Satellaview that was broadcast in at least 2 runs between December 20, 1997 and March 31, 1998.

Mario Paint: BS Ban

Nintendo Satellaview - 1997

Mario Paint BS Ban is a Downloadable Game for the Satellaview that ran between August 3, 1997 and August 30, 1997, 1998. The game is a painting tool and it functions as a pseudo-sequel to the 1992 game, Mario Paint. Between November 2, 1997 and November 22, 1997, the "Mario Paint BS Ban Contest" was held and broadcasts of the game were accompanied by a digital magazine related to the contest. The results of the contest were broadcast between December 28, 1997 and January 31, 1998 in the form of a second digital magazine accompanying the release of Mario Paint BS Ban - Yuushou Sakuhin Naizou...

Monopoly 2 BS: Red Cup

Nintendo Satellaview - 1996

Monopoly (Japan) is a Miscellaneous game, developed and published by Tomy Corporation.

Monopoly 2 BS: Yellow Cup

Nintendo Satellaview - 1996

Monopoly (Japan) is a Miscellaneous game, developed and published by Tomy Corporation.

New 3D Golf Simulation: Waialae no Kiseki

Nintendo Satellaview

Master the Winds of Waialae! Step up to the first tee and feel Hawaii's trade winds. This is Waialae-18 holes of championship action, played against the glittering backdrop of the Pacific. Every stroke tests your golf strategy. Should you hit big off the tee or lay up with an iron? Add backspin for bite? Chip-and-roll from the fringe? True Golf lets you perfect every stroke in your game. Each hole appears in perfect detail. Discover Waialae's deep-pitched bunkers on marble-slick greens. Unsure about strategy? Look for tips from the club pro. Every round serves up a new challenge. Compete...

New Yatterman: Nandai Kandai Yajirobee

Nintendo Satellaview - 1996

New Yatterman: Nandai Kandai Yajirobee is a multiplayer-focused game for the Super Famicom that is based on the 1970s Yatterman anime franchise. Yatterman features a team of three heroes, all called Yatterman, who attempt to beat the supervillain team Doronbo (also a group of three) to a set of skull coins which will reveal the way to a giant treasure horde. The heroes often use toys and mechs to defeat their incompetent opponents, such as the male protagonist's kendamagic. The game is similar to First Star's Spy vs. Spy series, in that both teams are attempting to reach the treasure...

Nintama Rantarou 2

Nintendo Satellaview - 1998

Nintama Rantaro 2 is a Downloadable game for the Satellaview that was broadcast in at least 2 runs between March 29, 1998 and November 28, 1998.

Panel de Pon: Event '98

Nintendo Satellaview - 1998

Panel de Pon Event '98 is a Downloadable game for the Satellaview that was broadcast on January 31, 1998, it is a slightly modified event version of the game Panel de Pon.

Picross NP Vol. 1

Picross NP Vol. 1

Nintendo Satellaview - 1999

Following the success of Mario no Super Picross on the Super Famicom, Nintendo decided to reuse the basic engine from that game to develop a series of Nintendo Power branded Picross titles for distribution over their Satellaview system in Japan. There were a total of eight volumes in the series released on a bi-monthly basis from April 1999 to June 2000. Each volume includes a substantial number of puzzles of varying sizes and difficulty. A large number of these puzzles would later be rereleased as downloadable content for Picross DS. The puzzle solving gameplay of the titles is nearly...

Picross NP Vol. 2

Picross NP Vol. 2

Nintendo Satellaview - 1999

Following the success of Mario no Super Picross on the Super Famicom, Nintendo decided to reuse the basic engine from that game to develop a series of Nintendo Power branded Picross titles for distribution over their Satellaview system in Japan. There were a total of eight volumes in the series released on a bi-monthly basis from April 1999 to June 2000. Each volume includes a substantial number of puzzles of varying sizes and difficulty. A large number of these puzzles would later be rereleased as downloadable content for Picross DS. The puzzle solving gameplay of the titles is nearly...

Picross NP Vol. 3

Picross NP Vol. 3

Nintendo Satellaview - 1999

Following the success of Mario no Super Picross on the Super Famicom, Nintendo decided to reuse the basic engine from that game to develop a series of Nintendo Power branded Picross titles for distribution over their Satellaview system in Japan. There were a total of eight volumes in the series released on a bi-monthly basis from April 1999 to June 2000. Each volume includes a substantial number of puzzles of varying sizes and difficulty. A large number of these puzzles would later be rereleased as downloadable content for Picross DS. The puzzle solving gameplay of the titles is nearly...

Picross NP Vol. 4

Picross NP Vol. 4

Nintendo Satellaview - 1999

Following the success of Mario no Super Picross on the Super Famicom, Nintendo decided to reuse the basic engine from that game to develop a series of Nintendo Power branded Picross titles for distribution over their Satellaview system in Japan. There were a total of eight volumes in the series released on a bi-monthly basis from April 1999 to June 2000. Each volume includes a substantial number of puzzles of varying sizes and difficulty. A large number of these puzzles would later be rereleased as downloadable content for Picross DS. The puzzle solving gameplay of the titles is nearly...

Picross NP Vol. 5

Picross NP Vol. 5

Nintendo Satellaview - 1999

Following the success of Mario no Super Picross on the Super Famicom, Nintendo decided to reuse the basic engine from that game to develop a series of Nintendo Power branded Picross titles for distribution over their Satellaview system in Japan. There were a total of eight volumes in the series released on a bi-monthly basis from April 1999 to June 2000. Each volume includes a substantial number of puzzles of varying sizes and difficulty. A large number of these puzzles would later be rereleased as downloadable content for Picross DS. The puzzle solving gameplay of the titles is nearly...

Picross NP Vol. 6

Picross NP Vol. 6

Nintendo Satellaview - 2000

Following the success of Mario no Super Picross on the Super Famicom, Nintendo decided to reuse the basic engine from that game to develop a series of Nintendo Power branded Picross titles for distribution over their Satellaview system in Japan. There were a total of eight volumes in the series released on a bi-monthly basis from April 1999 to June 2000. Each volume includes a substantial number of puzzles of varying sizes and difficulty. A large number of these puzzles would later be rereleased as downloadable content for Picross DS. The puzzle solving gameplay of the titles is nearly...

Picross NP Vol. 7

Picross NP Vol. 7

Nintendo Satellaview - 2000

Following the success of Mario no Super Picross on the Super Famicom, Nintendo decided to reuse the basic engine from that game to develop a series of Nintendo Power branded Picross titles for distribution over their Satellaview system in Japan. There were a total of eight volumes in the series released on a bi-monthly basis from April 1999 to June 2000. Each volume includes a substantial number of puzzles of varying sizes and difficulty. A large number of these puzzles would later be rereleased as downloadable content for Picross DS. The puzzle solving gameplay of the titles is nearly...

Picross NP Vol. 8

Picross NP Vol. 8

Nintendo Satellaview - 2000

Following the success of Mario no Super Picross on the Super Famicom, Nintendo decided to reuse the basic engine from that game to develop a series of Nintendo Power branded Picross titles for distribution over their Satellaview system in Japan. There were a total of eight volumes in the series released on a bi-monthly basis from April 1999 to June 2000. Each volume includes a substantial number of puzzles of varying sizes and difficulty. A large number of these puzzles would later be rereleased as downloadable content for Picross DS. The puzzle solving gameplay of the titles is nearly...

Radical Dreamers: Nusumenai Houseki

Nintendo Satellaview - February 3, 1996

In this visual novel that never left Japan, you play as three young thieves who seek the mythic Frozen Flame. Part of the Chrono series, this game presents an interesting side story that links the stories of Chrono Trigger and Chrono Cross together. The soundtrack comes courtesy of longtime Chrono composer Yasunori Mitsuda. It has unreleased on fisical cartridge and depends on the deprecated satellital device Nintendo Satellaview but arrange versions are available on the Net for playing offline.

RPG Tsukuru 2

Nintendo Satellaview - 1996

RPG Tsukuru 2 is a Satellaview-compatible Slotted Cartridge game belonging to ASCII's Tsukuru series. The title of these games are portmanteau-word puns mixing the Japanese word tsukuru, which means "make" or "create", with tsuru, the Japanese transcription of the English word "tool". As the title suggests, this RPG creation tool is a sequel to the earlier RPG Tsukuru. Data broadcast for this slotted cartridge also included the earlier-released RPG Tsukuru - Super Dante.

Satella Walker 2: Dai-1-wa: Mokumoku Kemuri Panic

Nintendo Satellaview - 1998

SatellaWalker 2 is a Downloadable 2-part Soundlink game for the Satellaview that was broadcast between February 15, 1998 and February 28, 1998. SatellaWalker 2 was broadcast as the sequel to the earlier-broadcast SatellaWalker of July 1997.

Satella Walker: Sate Bou o Sukuidase!

Nintendo Satellaview - 1997

SatellaWalker (also known by its shorthand, SW) is a Downloadable 2-part Soundlink game for the Satellaview that was broadcast between June 29, 1997 and January 2, 1998. The game's January broadcast was the result of having been the first winner of the third Player's Choice vote. SatellaWalker was followed by a sequel, SatellaWalker 2 in February 1998.

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