Nintendo Satellaview - October 1, 1998
A remake of the event version with new puzzles. It consisted of 30 levels and 3 bonus levels. There was no rankings system included in this release
Nintendo Satellaview - DLC - August 6, 1995
BS The Legend of Zelda is a remake of the original The Legend of Zelda, available only via the Satellaview add-on for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. The gameplay is similar to the original, but there are several key differences. BS The Legend of Zelda is different from most other The Legend of Zelda games. The game's central heroes are the avatar characters of the BS-X, which are based on the info given during account creation. Game was aired as 2 maps, each one in 4 weeks. Fist map was released in August 6, 1995 and second one in August 9, 1995.
Nintendo DS - December 2, 2004
Daigasso! Band Brothers is music game in which the player can choose any instrument in a song, and then perform that instrument's role in the song. Your ability to perform will affect the outcome of the song, as your input corresponds with musical notes. To play your instrument you use the buttons on the DS. Beginner Mode only requires you to press either the D-Pad or a button, and will play harder sections of songs for you by touching the touch screen when shown. As you progress through the Amateur and Pro modes, you'll be using all eight face buttons/directions to play an entire octave, and...
Arcade - 1991
Mario Open Golf was one of the titles released on Nintendo's arcade machine, the PlayChoice-10. Each machine had a mix of ten different NES games to choose from. For each token, players would be given a fixed amount of time to play any of the ten games on the PlayChoice-10. The dual-screen cabinet gave instructions on the top-screen, while the lower screen was used to show the actual game. The typical amount of time per token was 300 seconds, of which the player could switch in and out of different games if they so desired. The arcade machine's main circuit board had the ability to plug-in 10...
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - October 26, 1996
The great Captain Maverick was a pirate of legend who kept his treasure called "Marvelous" hidden that could only be found by those who were willing to solve puzzles that many deemed unsolvable. A group of children, however, will use their wits to prove them wrong when they go to the island where the treasure is said to be held. A group of pirates, however, have similar intentions.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - June 25, 1999
Sutte Hakkun is a puzzle action game in the shape of a platformer. The playing character is an abundant-beaked bird resembling a penguin, named Hakkun, that is able to walk and jump but not to fly. The Rainbow of Happiness shined in the sky above Peaceful Islands: one day it broke apart and now Hakkun has to track down, collect, and put together all rainbow crystals to relive it. The gameplay hinges upon two elements: blocks and potions, the latter of several colours. Hakku makes its way through levels by changing the position of blocks — that will be done by swallowing them to release them on...
Nintendo Wii - Released - December 8, 2006
Wii Play collects nine quick and addictive games that are easy to pick up and play and hard to put away. Thanks to the intuitive controls of the Wii Remote, even the most inexperienced gamers will have no trouble mastering the controls.