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1080º Snowboarding

1080º Snowboarding

Nintendo 64 - Released - February 28, 1998

You’re taking a Tahoe 155 snowboard down a steep, bumpy incline at night and you’re about to top off an Indy Nosebone with a 360° Air, and you haven’t even left your living room! You’re Playing 1080° (Ten Eighty) Snowboarding, a game so intense you’ll be brushing the snow off your goggles. With five different boarders, eight different Lamar snowboards, more than 25 tricks, a Half-Pipe and six different courses, this is as close as you’ll get to the real thing without hopping on the next ski lift. * Six game modes and courses! * 2-Player simultaneous play! * Over 25 different tricks! *...

All Night Nippon Super Mario Bros.

All Night Nippon Super Mario Bros.

Nintendo Famicom Disk System - Released - December 1, 1986

All Night Nippon Super Mario Bros. is an officially licensed retool of Super Mario Bros., released in 1986 for the Famicom Disk System. This version is based on the Japanese radio program All Night Nippon, and it was given out as a raffle prize on the show itself. The game was published by Fuji Television. Essentially, this game is a mishmash of levels from Super Mario Bros 1 and 2 except with the sprites of the Toads and various enemies replaced with Japanese celebrities for a humorous effect as well as item placements are different.

Animal Crossing

Animal Crossing

Nintendo GameCube - September 15, 2002

Animal Crossing allows you to interact with a virtual village of animals that are doing something different every minute of every day. With Animal Crossing's 24-hour clock, the game's unique events can be in synch with real time--as day turns to night in the real world, the sun will also begin to set in the game. The dynamic setup requires you to come back every day and carry out your daily routines, build relationships with villagers, celebrate special days, collect furnishings for your homes, and just live life in the unique world of Animal Crossing.

Animal Crossing Calculator

Animal Crossing Calculator

Nintendo DS - Released - May 4, 2009

Need to figure out what you owe Tom Nook or the amount in your savings account? Animal Crossing Calculator features the full functionality of a traditional calculator, including a Memory key and the ability to display up to 13 digits, and adds a layer of atmosphere unique to Animal Crossing. Use the Unit Converter to turn one unit of measure into another (such as length, weight, volume, age, and others), or track the history of calculations you’ve performed with ease. Listen to the Animalese pronunciation of numbers when you press them and watch for a favorite Animal Crossing character to...

Animal Crossing Clock

Animal Crossing Clock

Nintendo DS - Released - May 4, 2009

Enjoy the atmosphere of Animal Crossing in a whole new way with Animal Crossing Clock. Select from either an analog or digital clock and set up to three alarms (with snooze functionality for those that need it). Make your own Town Tune or use sounds created in Nintendo DSi Sound, and assign them to the alarms you’ve set. Use the system's internal clock or offset the time however you like. Then sit back and watch as different characters from Animal Crossing appear and the color of the sky changes as time passes. Never miss an important appointment with one of your Animal Crossing friends again!

Animal Crossing Happy Home Designer

Animal Crossing Happy Home Designer

Nintendo 3DS - September 25, 2015

Show off your style by designing homes for all of your favorite Animal Crossing villagers! Use your creativity to design the perfect houses - inside and out - for both old and new friends. With the new amiibo cards, you can call your favorite villagers into the game. Features: Design the interior and exterior of hundreds of homes for animal villagers Leave your decorative touch on the school, hospital and other public facilities Collect and Connect - Collect and share amiibo cards of your favorite villagers, and invite them into your game Tap amiibo cards to invite up to four...

Animal Crossing Plaza

Animal Crossing Plaza

Nintendo Wii U - August 7, 2013

Expand and extend your Animal Crossing™ experience with the Animal Crossing Plaza application for the Wii U™ console! Post messages and attach screenshots of your Animal Crossing: New Leaf* moments and learn about new characters and in-game tips. Invite others to see your town by sharing your town’s Dream Address, organize your photos, and more! Hang out with your favorite Animal Crossing: New Leaf characters as they walk around the plaza! Get updates about real-time events happening in your town, find out your favorite character’s birthday, and exchange messages with other Animal Crossing...

Animal Crossing: City Folk

Animal Crossing: City Folk

Nintendo Wii - November 16, 2008

Animal Crossing: City Folk is the Wii incarnation of the Animal Crossing series. As in the previous version, players assume the role of a new resident in a town populated and run by animals. Players can interact with townsfolk, write letters, send presents, dig for fossils, fish, catch bugs, etc... Time in the game uses the internal Wii's clock and calender. As such, time and seasons happen at the same time as in the real life. Therefore, some events only happen at certain day of the week, or even at special day in the year (such as Christmas at December 25th)

Animal Crossing: New Leaf

Animal Crossing: New Leaf

Nintendo 3DS - Released - June 9, 2013

Animal Crossing: New Leaf is a social simulation game. You take on the role as the new mayor in a small village populated by animals. Game play consists of improving the village with new buildings and decorations, collecting furniture and items for your own house as well as donating fossils, fish, insects and art to the local museum. There's more to discover than ever before in the Animal Crossing™: New Leaf—Welcome amiibo game! This updated version of Animal Crossing™: New Leaf adds in support for all Animal Crossing series amiibo figures and cards.

Animal Crossing: Wild World

Animal Crossing: Wild World

Nintendo DS - Released - December 5, 2005

Cross over to a brand new world! Much of the cast of the original Animal Crossing returns, including animals of all shapes and personality types: K.K. Slider, Tom Nook, Blathers, Mr. Resetti and more. There are also a number of new characters. Players move into village, buy a small house and then do whatever they want. Time and seasons pass as they do in the real world, so there will always be something unpredictable happening. Collect or buy items, talk to neighbors, go fishing, catch bugs, dig up treasure or hang out with human friends.

Big Brain Academy: Wii Degree

Big Brain Academy: Wii Degree

Nintendo Wii - June 11, 2007

Welcome to Big Brain Academy, the only school where you can school your friends and family! How big is your brain? Find out as you test yourself with numerous lightning-fast activities like across several categories. When you enroll, headmaster Professor Lobe will introduce you to Test mode, challenging you with a bevy of hilarous and exciting brain-teasers. Then, when it's all over, the professor will calculate your brain weight, award you with a grade, and give you an idea of what career track is best suited for your brain weight. Don't worry, it's all in the spirit of fun! The Wii...

Bombsweeper

Bombsweeper

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - June 15, 1987

A policeman and a character named John Solver attempt to stop a bomber named Dynamite Jack, who plants bombs underground town. Jack carries a bomb and jumps into a manhole, and the player as John must jump into the hole and travel through a maze to retrieve the bomb before time runs out. In order to go forward, John needs to push walls, but he cannot push a wall forward if another one is ahead. After the player completes a round, John returns above ground, and the player earns 100 points; the amount of time they had left gets added to their score as bonus points.

BS F-Zero Grand Prix

Nintendo Satellaview - Released - December 29, 1996

BS F-Zero Grand Prix (BS F-ZERO グランプリ) was a four-part Soundlink game to the original F-Zero. It was launched only in Japan for the Satellaview attachment for the Super Famicom. BS F-Zero Grand Prix contained four different playable vehicles and four new tracks near the end of each broadcast, as well as the 15 tracks from the original game.[2] Commentary was provided by Bucky Koba, Tsutomu Tareki, and Seiichi Hirai. A follow-up to the game was later distributed as BS F-Zero Grand Prix 2. According to Nintendo Power the game was considered to be released via Game Pak.

Chef

Chef

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - September 8, 1981

A chef paces back and forth in a kitchen, using his frying pan to keep pieces of food airborne. If a piece of food ends up on the floor, a mouse will grab it and the player will get penalized with a miss. The cat at the left-hand side of the screen will occasionally grab the leftmost piece of food with a fork, only to keep it from falling to the ground. It is also the origin of Mr. Game & Watch's standard B Button move in the Super Smash Bros. series. As the game progresses, the food will move faster. In Game A, the player must flip three pieces of food. In Game B, the player must flip four...

Classic NES Series: Zelda II: The Adventure of Link

Classic NES Series: Zelda II: The Adventure of Link

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - October 25, 2004

The Adventure of Link bears little resemblance to the first game in the series. The Adventure of Link features side-scrolling areas within a larger world map rather than the bird's eye view of the previous title. The game incorporates a strategic combat system and more RPG elements, including an experience points (EXP) system, magic spells, and more interaction with non-player characters (NPCs). Link has extra lives; no other game in the series includes this feature.

Climber (New Wide Screen)

Climber (New Wide Screen)

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - March 8, 1988

Climber is a Game & Watch game released as a part of the Crystal Screen series on July 4, 1986, and as a part of the New Wide Screen series on March 8, 1988. It is a single-screen single-player Game & Watch. It is similar to Ice Climber. A boy known as the Climber sets out for the Block Mountain where the Blockmen live to train as a warrior. Lord Meiji, who he meets on the way, grants him a pair of boots which enable him to jump very high, armor that can break ceilings, and a head band which will help him find a sword that can defeat Dragalo the Dragon. The climber pursues his quest with...

Donkey Kong

Donkey Kong

Nintendo Game Boy - June 14, 1994

Donkey Kong returns to Game Boy! This famous ape has kidnapped Pauline and climbed to the top of a perilous skyscraper. Challenged by many perils and unending puzzles, Mario must reach his arch rival. As he makes his way Mario will need to gather disappearing keys to unlock doors of hidden rooms. Donkey Kong devises evil tricks to confuse and trap him. Our heroic plumber has his hands full this time! Donkey Kong is a platform game developed in 1994 by Nintendo for the Game Boy handheld video game system, which also contains puzzle elements. Donkey Kong is loosely based on the 1981...

Doubutsu no Mori

Doubutsu no Mori

Nintendo 64 - April 14, 2001

Dobutsu no Mori is a social simulator that has been dubbed a “commu nication game” by Nintendo. It is open-ended, and the player’s character can live a separate life with little preset plot or mandatory tasks. Players assume the role of a new resident to the town. The game was ported to the GameCube in Japan later the same year as Dobutsu no Mori +.

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 - Released - 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.

Famicom Mukashibanashi: Shin Onigashima - Kouhen

Famicom Mukashibanashi: Shin Onigashima - Kouhen

Nintendo Famicom Disk System - Released - September 30, 1987

Once upon a time, there was an elderly couple living in Nagakushi village, a small village located far up in the mountains. The couple had no children, until one day, they were entrusted with the care of an infant boy and girl, as prophesied in a dream. The years went by, and when the two children were 8 years old, there was a terrible occurrence in the western capital. An evil dragon suddenly appeared in the city, turning humans into oni, ogres that suck away the souls of other humans. The oni advanced as far as Nagakushi village, stealing away the souls of the elderly couple. Fortunately the...

Famicom Mukashibanashi: Shin Onigashima - Zenpen

Famicom Mukashibanashi: Shin Onigashima - Zenpen

Nintendo Famicom Disk System - Released - September 4, 1987

Once upon a time, there was an elderly couple living in Nagakushi village, a small village located far up in the mountains. The couple had no children, until one day, they were entrusted with the care of an infant boy and girl, as prophesied in a dream. The years went by, and when the two children were 8 years old, there was a terrible occurrence in the western capital. An evil dragon suddenly appeared in the city, turning humans into oni, ogres that suck away the souls of other humans. The oni advanced as far as Nagakushi village, stealing away the souls of the elderly couple. Fortunately the...

Famicom Mukashibanashi: Yuuyuuki - Kouhen

Famicom Mukashibanashi: Yuuyuuki - Kouhen

Nintendo Famicom Disk System - Released - November 14, 1989

Famicom Mukashibanashi: Yuuyuuki ("Famicom Fairy Tales: Yuuyuuki") is the second of two text adventure games in the Famicom Mukashibanashi series developed by Pax Softnica and Nintendo themselves for the Famicom Disk System peripheral. It shares many similarities with its predecessor Shin Onigashima: Both games required two disks that were released separately, both feature an innovative "main character switch" feature that allows the player to switch from two playable characters and both are based on ancient Far Eastern literature. In Yuuyuuki's case the literature in question is the ancient...

Famicom Mukashibanashi: Yuuyuuki - Zenpen

Famicom Mukashibanashi: Yuuyuuki - Zenpen

Nintendo Famicom Disk System - Released - September 14, 1989

Famicom Mukashibanashi: Yuuyuuki ("Famicom Fairy Tales: Yuuyuuki") is the second of two text adventure games in the Famicom Mukashibanashi series developed by Pax Softnica and Nintendo themselves for the Famicom Disk System peripheral. It shares many similarities with its predecessor Shin Onigashima: Both games required two disks that were released separately, both feature an innovative "main character switch" feature that allows the player to switch from two playable characters and both are based on ancient Far Eastern literature. In Yuuyuuki's case the literature in question is the ancient...

Fire (Silver)

Fire (Silver)

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - July 31, 1980

Fire (originally known as Fireman Fireman in North America) is a Game & Watch game released as a part of the Silver series on July 31, 1980, and as a part of the Wide Screen series on December 4, 1981. It is a single-screen single-player Game & Watch. The player controls two firemen who carry a trampoline and must catch people who fall from a burning building and bounce them into a waiting ambulance. The player is awarded 3 points for each person who reaches the ambulance, and loses one of their three lives for each person who hits the ground.

Fire (Wide Screen)

Fire (Wide Screen)

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - December 4, 1981

Fire (originally known as Fireman Fireman in North America) is a Game & Watch game released as a part of the Silver series on July 31, 1980, and as a part of the Wide Screen series on December 4, 1981. It is a single-screen single-player Game & Watch. The player controls two firemen who carry a trampoline and must catch people who fall from a burning building and bounce them into a waiting ambulance. The player is awarded 3 points for each person who reaches the ambulance, and loses one of their three lives for each person who hits the ground.

Fire Attack

Fire Attack

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - March 26, 1982

Fire Attack involves a cowboy who is using a hammer to try to stop attackers (represented as stereotypical Native Americans) from burning down his base. Every time the player hits a torch or an attacker, they receive two points. As the game progresses, the player will have to be a lot more cautious as more attackers appear. If an attacker manages to set the base on fire, the player will get a miss. If the player reaches 200 or 500 points without any misses, every torch or attacker the player hits will be worth five points for 30 to 50 seconds. If the player has any misses at either score, all...

Flagman

Flagman

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - June 5, 1980

Players have to press buttons that correspond with the number shown to make the pirate either hold a flag or show his feet. The better the player gets at the game, the harder the game gets. If the player presses the wrong button at any time, that player will lose a life.

F-Zero X

F-Zero X

Nintendo 64 - Released - July 14, 1998

It's you against 29 other machines competing for the title of F-Zero X Champion. You're racing at speeds of over 1,000 km/h high above the atmosphere. Your competition comes from every corner of the galaxy and won't shed a tear at the thought of smashing you off the track. With four-player simultaneous gameplay and the Rumble Pak accessory, you have the fastest racing game on the N64 system!

F-Zero X Expansion Kit

F-Zero X Expansion Kit

Nintendo 64DD - Released - April 21, 2000

F-Zero X Expansion Kit, released in Japan on April 21, 2000, is the first expansion disk for the 64DD, Nintendo's disk drive peripheral for the Nintendo 64. F-Zero X was programmed with "64DD hooks", which allow it to detect whether the 64DD is connected and compatible expansion software is loaded. This allows the cartridge-based game to be compatible with expansion disks such as track editors or course updates; however, none of these were utilized outside Japan due to the 64DD's commercial failure. Expansion Kit will only operate in conjunction with the cartridge of the original game....

Game & Watch Collection

Game & Watch Collection

Nintendo DS - December 15, 2008

Travel back in time with this collection of three Game & Watch titles on one Nintendo DS Game Card. Included games are Oil Panic, Donkey Kong and Green House, all originally released in 1982.

Game & Watch Collection 2

Game & Watch Collection 2

Nintendo DS - April 13, 2010

The Game & Watch Collection returns in this exclusive Club Nintendo game for the Nintendo DS. Includes three Game & Watch™ titles, including Octopus and Parachute, originally released in 1981, and Parachute X Octopus, a brand new Game & Watch title that combines both Octopus and Parachute and takes place in the sea.

Greenhouse

Greenhouse

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - December 6, 1982

The player controls a bug exterminator only referred to as the "Fumigator" in the manual, and the objective is to spray worms and spiders that try to eat the flowers in a greenhouse. The worms crawl along vines on the top screen, while the spiders crawl along webs on the bottom screen, and the player will have to try to hit them with a spray before they reach the flowers (which would then die, giving the player a miss). The spiders are a little more difficult to defeat, as they are killed only when sprayed closest to a flower (they simply back away when sprayed farther away). The game is a...

Helmet

Helmet

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - February 21, 1981

In this game, the player has to run across from the exit of one building and into the entrance of another while avoiding the various hardware tools that fall from the sky. Getting hit on the head by the rain of tools will issue the player a miss. The player scores by crossing the screen and waiting for five tools to drop.

Ice Hockey

Ice Hockey

Nintendo Famicom Disk System - Released - January 21, 1988

Ice Hockey is a sports game for one or two players. Start of by selecting a team and customizing your players. Each team member can be one of three player types: small and skinny (very fast, but not good at checking or shooting), very large (slow, but with a strong body check and outstanding shooting strength) or average (medium speed, with average checking and shooting strength). After the teams are set up, it's time to play some ice hockey! Gameplay features a scrolling screen to follow the action, and lets you choose which of the players you wish to control when on defense (on offense you...

Judge

Judge

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - October 4, 1980

After four counting sounds and three time signal sounds, the characters each hold up a placard with a number. If the player's number is larger, they must hit the opposing player with the hammer; if the player's number is smaller, they must run away. Each character earns three points for hitting the opponent and two points for dodging the opponent's attack. If both characters have the same number on their placards, the character who attacks first gets three points, while the one who dodges first gives the opponent two points. If the player dodges by mistake, the opponent will receive two...

Kaettekita Mario Bros.

Nintendo Famicom Disk System - Released - November 30, 1988

Kaettekita Mario Bros. (lit. Return of Mario Bros.) is an updated remake of the original NES conversion of Mario Bros, developed and published by Nintendo for the Famicom Disk System in 1988. While the original NES conversion, developed in 1983, was quite accurate to the arcade version upon which it was based, many compromises were made in order to fit the game in a limited amount of memory. These compromises included the size of the enemies, the instruction cut-scenes which introduced each enemy, and the icicles which form from the top platform later on in the game. Kaettekita Mario Bros....

The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past

The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - April 13, 1992

Venture back to Hyrule and an age of magic and heroes. The predecessors of Link and Zelda face monsters on the march when a menacing magician takes over the kingdom. Only you can prevent his evil plot from shattering the land of Hyrule. In your quest, you’ll venture into twisting mazes, dungeons, palaces and shadowy forests. Test your mettle with mighty swords and magical weapons. Or heft a boulder and hurl it at your enemies. If the going gets tough, dive into a river--you can swing to escape! Learn powerful spells, locate magical artifacts and solve the mysteries of the evil...

The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventures

The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventures

Nintendo GameCube - Released - June 7, 2004

The game begins with the land of Hyrule in a state of fear because of strange happenings that have occurred recently. On a stormy night, Princess Zelda and the shrine maidens fear that the reason for these events is that Vaati's seal is weakening. She summons Link and brings him to the castle so he can protect her and the other maidens while they open the portal to the Four Sword Sanctuary. When they do, however, a shadowy figure appears from the portal. This figure was Shadow Link, who then kidnapped the shrine maidens and sealed them in crystals. Link follows him to the sanctuary where he...

The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening DX

The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening DX

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - December 15, 1998

Link’s latest challenge is set on the mysterious Koholint Island, a place where dreams and reality collide. As a castaway, Link must find a way to escape from the island and return to his beloved homeland of Hyrule. This will not be an easy task. The island’s inhabitants have no knowledge of the outside world. One creature, a talking owl, may know the solution to Link’s dilemma. Link must first tackle eight dungeons full of treacherous monsters and tricky traps. His goal: find the eight Instruments of the Sirens and awaken the omnipotent Wind Fish which rules the island. *...

The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask

The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask

Nintendo 64 - Released - April 27, 2000

Link’s all-new epic adventure lands him in the mystical world of Termina, where ever-present clocks count down the hours until a menacing moon falls from the sky above. When his horse and Ocarina are stolen by a strange, masked figure, Link embarks on an urgent quest to solve the mystery of the moon, save the world from destruction, and find his way back to the peaceful land of Hyrule! * Link transforms before your eyes--Over 20 magical masks give Link powers and abilities he’s never had before! Watch him transform into a hapless Deku child, a mighty Goron hero and a legendary Zora...

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time

Nintendo 64 - Released - November 21, 1998

Ganondorf, the evil King of Thieves, is on the move, threatening the peaceful land of Hyrule. He is determined to steal his way into the legendary Sacred Realm in hopes of harnessing the power of the mythical Triforce. As the young hero Link, it is your destiny to thwart Ganondorf’s evil schemes. Navi, your guardian fairy, will guide you as you venture through the many regions of Hyrule, from the volcanic caves of Death Mountain to the treacherous waters of Zora’s Domain. Before you complete this epic quest, you’ll delve into deadly dungeons, collect weapons of great power and learn the...

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time Master Quest

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time Master Quest

Nintendo 64 - Unreleased - November 28, 2002

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time Master Quest is a reworked version of the original Ocarina of Time for the Nintendo 64. Master Quest contains largely the same content as the original Ocarina of Time, but with redesigned, more difficult dungeons akin to a Second Quest. This game is a port from the original GameCube version.

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time: Master Quest

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time: Master Quest

Nintendo GameCube - Released - February 17, 2003

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time Master Quest is a "Second Quest" version of the original Ocarina of Time for the Nintendo 64. Master Quest contains largely the same content as the original Ocarina of Time, but with redesigned, more difficult dungeons. Master Quest was available on a special bonus disc that also contained the original Ocarina of Time. This disc was given out in limited quantities with preorders of The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker. It was also sold packaged with The Wind Waker in some regions. It is also available in the Ocarina of Time 3DS version.

The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass

The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass

Nintendo DS - Released - June 23, 2007

Many months have passed since the events of The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker, and Link, Tetra and Tetra's band of pirates have set sail in search of new lands. Tetra falls into danger when she explores an abandoned ship alone, and Link falls into the ocean when he attempts to rescue her. When he washes up unconscious on the shores of a mysterious island, he is awakened by a fairy who agrees to help him as he sets off to find Tetra - and his way back to the seas he once knew.

The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword

The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword

Nintendo Wii - Released - November 20, 2011

One of the most storied franchises in history soars to new heights. The Legend of Zelda™: Skyward Sword shakes up the tried-and-true adventure game formula and marks a turning point for the franchise. The introduction of full motion controls to the series enabled by Wii MotionPlus™ technology enhances player movements while offering the most intuitive play control of any game in the series to date. The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword boasts the most realistic sword combat of any game to date, turning every encounter into a challenge of both brains and brawn. Wii MotionPlus technology...

The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker

The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker

Nintendo GameCube - Released - March 24, 2003

The game is set on a group of islands in a vast sea—a first for the series. The player controls Link, the protagonist of the Zelda series. He struggles against his nemesis, Ganondorf, for control of a sacred relic known as the Triforce. Link spends a large portion of the game sailing, traveling between islands, and traversing through dungeons and temples to gain the power necessary to defeat Ganondorf. He also spends time trying to find his little sister. The Wind Waker follows in the footsteps of Ocarina of Time and its sequel Majora's Mask, retaining the basic gameplay and control system...

Link's Crossbow Training

Link's Crossbow Training

Nintendo Wii - Released - December 7, 2007

Link's Crossbow Training is set in a world in the style of The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, and in the game the player assumes the role of the protagonist of The Legend of Zelda series, Link. To perfect Link's crossbow marksmanship, the player must pass a series of tests, starting with stationary bullseye targets, before moving onto moving targets and actual enemies. After every level, the player gets a medal depending upon their score. The types of medals range from bronze to platinum.

Lion

Lion

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - April 29, 1981

Here, lions are on the loose, forcing the lion tamers to use chairs to keep the lions in their cage. Each time the player keeps a lion in a cage, they earn two points. As the game progresses, the lions will move faster. If a lion escapes, the player gets a miss. At 200 and 500 points, any misses the player has will be cleared. When the player gets three misses, they receive a Game Over. Game A has two lions, while Game B has three.

Luigi's Mansion

Luigi's Mansion

Nintendo 3DS - Released - October 12, 2018

Spooky-good ghost-hunting fun starring Luigi G-g-ghosts! Time to suck those suckers up because Luigi is back in the first portable version of this spooky classic. After winning a mansion in a contest he didn’t enter, he must beat its many bosses and puzzles. Follow a map on the touchscreen, shine a flashlight, blow fire, shoot water, stun ghosts, and trap them…before Mario is trapped forever! All this ghost-catching tomfoolery pays off! As you suck ‘em up with your Poltergust 3000, you could also rake in millions in hidden, in-game riches for our hard-luck hero. Make sure to search every...

Luigi's Mansion

Luigi's Mansion

Nintendo GameCube - Released - November 18, 2001

The game takes place in a haunted mansion, which Luigi won in a contest he did not enter. He told his brother to meet him there to celebrate his victory. Luigi is searching for his brother Mario, who came to the mansion earlier, but went missing. To help Luigi on his quest, an old professor named Elvin Gadd has equipped him with the "Poltergust 3000", a vacuum cleaner used for capturing ghosts, and a "Game Boy Horror", a device used for communicating with Gadd.

Manhole (Gold)

Manhole (Gold)

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - January 29, 1981

Manhole is a Game & Watch game released as a part of the Gold series on January 29, 1981, and as a part of the New Wide Screen series on August 24, 1983. It is the first game in the Gold series. It is a single-screen single-player Game & Watch. The player must prevent pedestrians from falling into one of four sewers by temporarily bridging the open gaps with a manhole cover. The New Wide Screen version of Manhole was recreated in Game Boy Gallery and Game & Watch Gallery for Game Boy and Game & Watch Gallery 4 for Game Boy Advance. This version of Manhole was one of the cards included...

Manhole (New Wide Screen)

Manhole (New Wide Screen)

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - August 24, 1983

Manhole is a Game & Watch game released as a part of the Gold series on January 29, 1981, and as a part of the New Wide Screen series on August 24, 1983. It is the first game in the Gold series. It is a single-screen single-player Game & Watch. The player must prevent pedestrians from falling into one of four sewers by temporarily bridging the open gaps with a manhole cover. The New Wide Screen version of Manhole was recreated in Game Boy Gallery and Game & Watch Gallery for Game Boy and Game & Watch Gallery 4 for Game Boy Advance. This version of Manhole was one of the cards included...

Mario Artist: Communication Kit

Mario Artist: Communication Kit

Nintendo 64DD - DLC - June 29, 2000

Mario Artist: Communication Kit serves as an add-on and accessory to the other Mario Artist games. It allowed players to connect to the Internet via RandNetDD and show off their creations to other players. While connected, players can use their characters to explore a virtual 3D community. There is also exclusive content on the disk that can be imported to the other Mario Artist titles. The Randnet network service was launched and discontinued alongside the 64DD, running from December 1999 to February 28, 2001.

Mario Artist: Paint Studio

Mario Artist: Paint Studio

Nintendo 64DD - Released - December 11, 1999

Mario Artist: Paint Studio is an art program for the Nintendo 64DD. It is somewhat similar to the earlier game Mario Paint. The player can paint on a canvas using a variety of colors and tools. Stamps can also be added in the form of official artwork from various Nintendo games. Images can also be imported from video tapes and the Game Boy Camera. Another feature is the exploration of three 3D worlds, and taking pictures of their sights with a virtual camera in the vein of Pokémon Snap. Also included are minigames, including Fly Swatting, based on Mario Paint's Gnat World.

Mario Artist: Talent Studio

Mario Artist: Talent Studio

Nintendo 64DD - Released - February 23, 2000

In Mario Artist: Talent Studio, the player can create their own characters in 3D, customizing features such as hair, skin, and eye color, voice, clothes, facial features, and body size and type. The process is similar to Nintendo's later Miis, but much more detailed. The characters can then be inserted into movies and animations. Events during these movies can be controlled by pressing the Z-trigger. Images from external video can be imported using the Capture Cartridge.

Mario Bros.

Mario Bros.

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - March 14, 1983

Mario Bros. is a Game & Watch game released as a part of the Multi Screen series on March 14, 1983. It is a dual-screen single-player Game & Watch with a maroon body. It opens like a Japanese book (to the right), with a left and right screen. Mario and Luigi are working in a bottling plant, on either side of several stacked conveyor belts. The object of the game is to move boxes of bottles through the machine without dropping any. Each brother can climb a ladder to one of three positions. Mario receives a box at the bottom right, and must be in his lowest position to move it into the...

Mario Kart 64

Mario Kart 64

Nintendo 64 - Released - December 14, 1996

Three… Two… One… GO! The signal light changes and you drop the pedal to the metal. Take on up to three friends in the split-screen VS games, or race solo in the Mario GP. Tell your friends to bring it on in the highly competitive Battle mode. Advanced features allow you to race with your “Ghost”. The driving data from your best run appears as a transparent character on the screen. No longer must you simply race against the clock -- you can actually race against yourself! * Save your hottest Ghost data to a portable N64 Controller Pak! * Collect multiple power-up items! * Twenty...

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe

Nintendo Switch - Released - April 28, 2017

Hit the road with the definitive version of Mario Kart 8 and play anytime, anywhere! Race your friends or battle them in a revised battle mode on new and returning battle courses. Play locally in up to 4-player multiplayer in 1080p while playing in TV Mode. Every track from the Wii U version, including DLC, makes a glorious return. Plus, the Inklings appear as all-new guest characters, along with returning favorites, such as King Boo, Dry Bones, and Bowser Jr.!

Mario Kart: Double Dash!! Bonus Disc

Mario Kart: Double Dash!! Bonus Disc

Nintendo GameCube - November 14, 2003

Miitopia

Miitopia

Nintendo 3DS - Released - July 28, 2017

The game plays as a role-playing game with life simulation elements, starting with standard character classes such as warriors and mages, but more classes such as cats and flowers are unlocked as the game advances. Playable characters are created by use of Mii avatars, with them having certain personality traits that influence their role in combat. Similar to Tomodachi Life, Miis and their relationships out of combat with each other affect the game, such as Miis not getting along with one another making combat more difficult. The game also supports Nintendo's line of Amiibo figures, which...

Nazo no Murasamejou

Nazo no Murasamejou

Nintendo Famicom Disk System - Released - April 14, 1986

In feudal Japan, an evil alien descends upon Murasame castle and takes over a giant statue, which then continues to spread its influence over four neighbouring castles. The samurai apprentice Takamaru is thus summoned to recapture the castles and then take on the alien itself. Nazo no Murasamejou is a fast-paced action game that has some similarities with The Legend of Zelda, although it is faster and has none of the RPG/Adventure elements. It is also much more linear: You fight through the castles one after the other, with each stage consisting of the path to the castle and the castle...

New Super Luigi U

New Super Luigi U

Nintendo Wii U - Released - June 20, 2013

New Super Luigi U is an expansion pack to the Wii U title New Super Mario Bros. U, released as part of The Year of Luigi. It features Luigi as the main player, with Yellow Toad, Blue Toad, and, notably, Nabbit (who replaces Mario from the original game) playable in multiplayer mode. Features like Challenge Mode and Boost Rush are not available. The game was released as both a standalone physical release as well as digitally as DLC for New Super Mario Bros. U. It was part of "The Year of Luigi", which celebrated the 30th anniversary of Luigi's debut.

New Super Mario Bros.

New Super Mario Bros.

Nintendo DS - Released - May 17, 2006

Old-School Platforming Fun - Jump, bounce, and power-up through visually stunning side-scrolling worlds filled with Mushroom Kingdom madness. New Action - Grab a Mega Mushroom and grow to incredible proportions, or smash through your foes in a blue Koopa shell. 2 Distinct Multiplayer Modes - New Super Mario Bros. features competitive 2-player multiplayer and mini-game functionality supporting up to 4 players. A Classic Storyline - Bowser and Bowser Jr. have kidnapped Princess Peach, again, and only Mario and you can save her. Powerups Galore - You'll find classic power-ups, like the Super...

New Super Mario Bros. 2

New Super Mario Bros. 2

Nintendo 3DS - Released - July 28, 2012

Mario Hits the Mushroom Kingdom Jackpot! Bowser has once again kidnapped Princess Peach, but this time, Mario has another objective. The Mushroom Kingdom is bursting with more gold coins than before. Each level is littered with gold as coins rain down from overhead pipes, trails of coins are left behind special gold enemies and gold pipes transport Mario into coin-filled caverns. It's up to players to collect as many coins as possible throughout their adventure to rescue the Princess once again.

New Super Mario Bros. U + New Super Luigi U

New Super Mario Bros. U + New Super Luigi U

Nintendo Wii U - Released - November 1, 2013

New Super Mario Bros. U + New Super Luigi U is a compilation title for the Wii U console. It is the first compilation of Mario games on the Wii U and includes New Super Mario Bros. U and New Super Luigi U on a single disc.

New Super Mario Bros. Wii

New Super Mario Bros. Wii

Nintendo Wii - Released - November 20, 2009

The game follows the traditional storyline of Princess Peach getting kidnapped by Bowser and his children, the Koopalings and Bowser Jr. When Mario, Luigi, Blue Toad, and Yellow Toad are celebrating Princess Peach's birthday in her castle, a large cake rolls in. Immediately, Bowser Jr. and the Koopalings pop out and throw the cake on top of Peach, trapping her. The cake is loaded onto Bowser's airship and it takes off, with Mario, Luigi, and the Toads giving chase. The Toads in the castle then grant them access to the Propeller and Penguin Suits via a cannon.

Nintendo Land

Nintendo Land

Nintendo Wii U - Released - November 18, 2012

Nintendo Land is a fun and lively theme park filled with 12 different attractions, each with its own take on a Nintendo franchise. Each attraction features unique and innovative game-play experiences made possible by the Wii U GamePad controller. Depending on the attraction, players can compete solo or against other players, or even team up to play cooperatively. Up to five players can participate in dynamic multiplayer modes in select attractions.* The experiences change every time, depending on whether players are using the GamePad, holding a Wii Remote or just watching others play on the TV...

Nintendogs: Lab & Friends

Nintendogs: Lab & Friends

Nintendo DS - April 21, 2005

Nintendogs (Japanese: ニンテンドッグス Hepburn: Nintendoggusu?) is a realtime pet simulation video game developed and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo DS handheld video game console. It was first released in Japan, and was later released in North America, Australia, Europe, and other regions. It was originally released in three different versions: Dachshund & Friends, Lab & Friends (Shiba & Friends in Japan), and Chihuahua & Friends. It has been re-released twice since then, first as a bundled release with a special edition Nintendo DS with a new version called Nintendogs: Best Friends, and then...

Oil Panic

Oil Panic

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - May 28, 1982

The game is set in a gas station where a leaky pipe is dripping oil. A station employee must collect these drops in a bucket and dump them into his boss's oil drum so that he may take them to the cars waiting beside the defunct gas pumps. He also needs to be quick, as the dripping oil is right above flammable sources that will cause a major fire if the droplets made contact with them (specifically, a smoking ashtray as well as two lit stoves). The bucket can hold only three drops of oil. If a drop is missed, if the bucket overflows, or if the employee dumps his bucket anywhere but in his...

Pac-Man Vs.

Pac-Man Vs.

Nintendo GameCube - December 2, 2003

Pac-Man Vs. is a Pac-Man video game originally designed exclusively for the Nintendo GameCube that was included as an extra bonus disc with the Player's Choice edition of Pac-Man World 2.

Photos with Mario

Photos with Mario

Nintendo 3DS - Released - April 23, 2014

Pikmin

Pikmin

Nintendo GameCube - Released - December 2, 2001

Pikmin may be small and plantlike, but they can be a space traveler's best friend. Stranded on an unknown planet, Captain Olimar must enlist the help of these native Pikmin to rebuild his spaceship before the life-support system runs out. In the meantime, you'll have to fend off attackers and solve various puzzles. To produce additional multicolored Pikmin you must defeat enemies and carry them back to the Pikmin nests called onions. But beware - watching giant predators gobble your Pikmin might make you angrier than you'd expect.

Pikmin 2

Pikmin 2

Nintendo Wii - Released - June 10, 2012

The second game in the fan-favorite Pikmin franchise originally launched for the Nintendo GameCube console in 2004. Now Wii users can enjoy the imaginative fun of this classic and colorful mass action strategy game, now available as part of the value-minded, family-friendly Nintendo Selects series. The brave Captain Olimar has returned to marshal new types of Pikmin in a wild, open-ended adventure. On a mission to pay back his employer’s debt, Olimar and his sidekick Louie must command squads of tiny Pikmin to help locate valuable treasures, exploring mysterious environments and battling pesky...

Pilotwings

Pilotwings

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 21, 1990

Are you ready to earn your wings at the most exclusive flight school in the world? Then report immediately to the secret Pilotwings Flight Club, where your training begins! You'll see the ground twist beneath you as you jump from your plane and attempt a precision skydive (don't forget to pull your rip cord!). You'll relive the early days of flying as you bring your biplane in for a pin-point landing. After you master the basics, you'll be called on to test an experimental rocket pack, soar in a hang glider, and pilot an advanced attack helicopter in a hazardous rescue mission. The realism...

Pokémon Stadium

Pokémon Stadium

Nintendo 64 - Released - April 30, 1999

The Nintendo Pokémon creations make their way to full 3D battles in a recreation of the Pokémon battle sequences seen in the cartoon series. All 151 original Pokémon appear in some way or form, either for you to battle with, against or for use on the Game Boy Pokémon series. Using the Transfer Pak (plugged into the slot in the N64 controller) and a copy of any Game Boy Pokémon title, you can upload your Pokémon for battle in full 3D in either a full-on tournament (where you can win badges, money, items and Pokémon), play mini-games or battle against friends. And after the battle, any...

Pokémon Stadium 2

Pokémon Stadium 2

Nintendo 64 - Released - December 14, 2000

Battles are the aim of the game here, as the crazy critters, more commonly known as Pokémon, return to the N64. Once again, you have the option of building a team of battle ready warriors for a range of battles against other Pokémon trainers. Along the way, you will get the chance to fight for a range of Poké-cups, or take your Pokémon for a ride to a collection of mini-games for bonus prizes (or just for the fun of it). 4 players can compete in the one tournament, while the transfer pak allows you to upload your Pokémon that you have from the range of Pokémon Game Boy Games (including...

PowerFest 94: Super Mario Kart

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Unreleased - 1994

Rain Shower

Rain Shower

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - August 1, 1983

The player must help the character move the clotheslines from getting his hanged clothes wet. When the player reaches 100 points, it stops raining for a brief moment before raining again, and the player receives 10 points. As the player progresses in the game, the raindrops will fall faster. If a raindrop hits a shirt, the boy will angrily wring it out and the player will get a miss. If the player gets 300 points without any misses, the points will be worth double until the player does get a miss. If the player has any misses at said score, all misses will be removed instead. On hard mode, a...

Safebuster

Safebuster

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - January 6, 1988

A bandit named the Wily Bomber is dropping bombs from the roof of a bank onto a safe, and the player as the bank guard must catch them in a pipe. The player receives a point for every bomb they catch. The pipe can hold only three bombs, however, so the player must dispose of them in the right or left corner as they pile up. As the player disposes of bombs in the left corner, flaming torches will appear from the blast, which will eventually stop by themselves. If the player throws enough bombs into the left corner, the flaming torches will set fire to the Wily Bomber's arsenal, blowing it up...

Spitball Sparky

Spitball Sparky

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - February 7, 1984

As Sparky, players have to shoot blocks by keeping a ball afloat with puffs of air, creating a game similar to Breakout or Arkanoid. The player earns a point for erasing a green block, two points for a blue block, and three points for a red block. When the player clears a display, they will earn five points for every unit remaining on the bonus meter. The next display will contain more blocks, with the maximum being 18. If the player erases all but the red blocks and then hits all the red blocks once to make them flash, the player will be awarded 30 points. Eventually, blocks that require two...

Splatoon

Splatoon

Nintendo Wii U - Released - May 29, 2015

Splatter enemies and claim your turf as the ink-spewing, squid-like characters called Inklings in Nintendo's third-person action shooter game. Challenge your friends in chaotic four-on-four matches, in which the goal is to get your ink on as many places as possible and claim your turf, all while strategically submerging yourself in your team's colors and blasting your enemies.

Star Fox

Star Fox

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - February 21, 1993

In the distant Lylat star system, imagine yourself at the controls of a futuristic, heavily armed, space fighter - Arwing. Lead the counter-attack on an invasion force of hundreds of alien tanks, fighter ships, laser gun emplacements and super battleships. Maneuver at warp speed through fog-enshrouded canyons, dense asteroid belts and waves of the enemy's best defense. You must use skill and cunning to fight to the enemy's home planet Venom and smash the Core Brain for victory! The Super FX micro chip is on-board for fluid game control and special effects previously unavailable in home...

Star Fox 2

Star Fox 2

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 29, 2017

A New Adventure into the Unknown. Andross survived the destruction of the core brain on Venom, and has been biding his time in seclusion until his armies are once again at full strength. It is up to the now official Starfox team to vanquish Andross once and for all, and to finally bring peace to the war-torn Lylat System. Two new members have been added to the Starfox Team to help in the war against Andross; Miya and Fey. With these new recruits and access to a greater arsenal, it's up to YOU to free the Lylat System and defeat Andross.

Star Fox 64

Star Fox 64

Nintendo 64 - Released - April 27, 1997

The Lylat system has been invaded! Join Fox McCloud and his Star Fox team as they fight to save the galaxy from the clutches of the evil Andross. Travel to many different 3-D worlds. Battle the enemy in the air and on the ground and listen in as Fox McCloud interacts with a cast of characters. See how it feels to feel what you see! The N64 Rumble Pak controller accessory instantly transmits all the bumps and blasts during the action. It’s a new jolt to your game play experience! * Four Players compete simultaneously in Vs. mode! * Game Pak memory saves the top 10 scores! *...

Steel Diver

Steel Diver

Nintendo 3DS - March 27, 2011

Steel Diver, a submarine game that involves strategy and combat. The 3D visuals give players the sensation that they are looking into a miniature aquarium as they control the subs speed, depth and pitch, and fire torpedoes.

Super Mario 64

Super Mario 64

Nintendo 64 - Released - June 23, 1996

Mario is super in a whole new way! Combining the finest 3-D graphics ever developed for a video game and an explosive sound track, Super Mario 64 becomes a new standard for video games. It's packed with bruising battles, daunting obstacle courses and underwater adventures. Retrieve the Power Stars from their hidden locations and confront your arch nemesis - Bowser, King of the Koopas!

Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3

Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - October 21, 2003

THE MARIO BROS. AT THEIR BEST! The best-selling game of all time has arrived for Game Boy Advance, now with all-new features! Mario’s not alone! This time around, Luigi can get in on the action! Link up with any Super Mario Advance game for multiplayer Mario Bros. madness! Use wild power-ups like the Super Leaf and the Frog and Tanooki Suits! EVEN MORE MARIO FUN IS IN THE CARDS! LINK UP AND USE AN E-READER AND SPECIAL CARDS TO ADD CLASSIC AND UPDATED MARIO LEVELS, ALL-NEW LEVELS, AND INCREDIBLY HARD “SUPER” LEVELS, THAT YOU CAN SAVE TO YOUR GAME PAK. THERE ARE ALSO POWER-UP CARDS,...

Super Mario Bros. 3

Super Mario Bros. 3

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 23, 1988

Fight monsters and mini-bosses, avoid ghosts and the burning sun. Make your way through water and quicksand. Dodge cannon balls and bullets and rescue the King’s wand! In Super Mario Bros. 3 there are more warps, more chances at extra lives, and new special suits! The raccoon suit lets you fly and knock out blocks. The frog suit helps you out-swim the deadly fish. There are suits for every occasion! Store up flowers and mushrooms to use later on. Play game-show type bonus rounds! Go back to that last screen and get a mushroom! Pause to take a break, then continue where you left...

Super Mario Kart

Super Mario Kart

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 1, 1992

The Super Mario GoKart Park is open for tons of racing fun! Hit the track with Mario, Luigi, Yoshi and the Princess. Get tough and lock fenders with Donkey Kong, Jr. and Bowser. Even Toad and Koopa Troopa will mix it up in an all-out quest for the Gold Cup! Race head-to-head with a friend or challenge the computer in great, split-screen, Mode 7 graphics. Feel like a bit less speed and a lot more strategy? Take a crack at the Battle Mode! In four different maze-like courses you’ll use Koopa Shells, Banana Peels, Super Stars and other wacky weapons to burst your opponent's target...

Super Mario Sunshine

Super Mario Sunshine

Nintendo GameCube - Released - August 26, 2002

When Mario arrives on tropical Isle Delfino, the once-pristine island is polluted and plastered with graffiti. Even worse, he's being blamed for the mess! Now instead of enjoying a relaxing vacation, Mario has to clean up the place and track down the real culprit.

Super Mario World

Super Mario World

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 21, 1990

Mario’s off on his biggest adventure ever, and this time he’s brought along a friend. Yoshi the dinosaur teams up with Mario to battle Bowser, who has kidnapped Princess Toadstool once again. Guide Mario and Yoshi through nine peril-filled worlds to the final showdown in Bowser’s castle. Use Mario’s new powers and Yoshi’s voracious monster-gobbling appetite as you explore 96 levels filled with dangerous new monsters and traps. Climb mountains and cross rivers, and descend into subterranean depths. Destroy the seven Koopa castles and find keys to gain entrance to hidden levels. Discover...

Tropical Fish

Tropical Fish

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - July 8, 1985

The player controls a man who holds up a fishbowl to catch fish that jump from a fish tank. The player needs to keep catching the fish to transfer them to the other fish tank on the other side. Each time a fish lands in the fishbowl or the other fish tank, the player receives a point. As the player progresses in the game, more fish will appear, and they will eventually jump faster. If a fish lands on the floor, a cat will eat it and spit out the bones, and the player will get a miss. At 300 points, any misses the player has will be removed. The player receives a Game Over when they have three...

Wave Race 64

Wave Race 64

Nintendo 64 - Released - September 27, 1996

Wave Race 64 is a jet-ski racing game. The goal is to beat the other participants in the race by successfully navigating the jet-ski through courses marked by colored buoys. Red and yellow buoys must be passed on right and left side, respectively, in order to gain speed and ensure advantage in the race. Failure to pass the buoys, on the other hand, leads to decrease in speed and eventually disqualification. Game modes include Warm Up (basically a training session in a course known as Dolphin Park); Time Trials, in which players race against time; Championship, in which players compete in a...

Wii Sports

Wii Sports

Nintendo Wii - Released - November 19, 2006

This is what video games should be: fun for everyone. Wii Sports offers five distinct sports experiences, each using the Wii Remote controller to provide a natural, intuitive and realistic feel. To play a Wii Sports game, all you need to do is pick up a controller and get ready for the pitch, serve or that right hook. If you've played any of these sports before, you're ready for fun! Play Tennis, Baseball, Golf, Bowling and Boxing in the comfort of one's living room. No ball boys scurrying about, no oil from the alleys to get players dirty and no rain to keep anyone from a day at the...

Wii Sports Club

Wii Sports Club

Nintendo Wii U - Released - July 25, 2014

Play your favorite Wii Sports games on the Wii U console! With Wii Sports Club, you can now take the competition online with tennis, bowling and golf - baseball and boxing are coming soon. Join a club, compete against other clubs from around your region, or play online multiplayer with your friends. You can also use all-new training modes to improve your skills and support your club.

Wii Sports Resort

Wii Sports Resort

Nintendo Wii - Released - July 26, 2009

Set off on a journey to a tropical island where an array of fun activities await. In Wii Sports Resort, the sequel to the engaging Wii Sports, you'll discover a wide range of new sports and activities you can play anytime. Go head-to-head with your friends and family in the ultimate sports showdown set in a tropical paradise. In Wii Sports Resort, you'll use your Wii Remote to literally swing into action. Perform realistic sports moves to take on the competition in activities that include Sword Play, Power Cruising (racing a water scooter) and Disc Dog, in which you'll toss a disc to an...

Wrecking Crew '98

Wrecking Crew '98

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - May 23, 1998

Mario, on his way home from a trip, discovers that Bowser has been conducting a construction campaign of building high-rises in the Mushroom Kingdom which are depriving the local plantlife of sunlight. Refusing to tolerate this, he brings out a mighty blue hammer from a chest inside his house and embarks on a mission to demolish the offending structures. Mario's old nemesis, Foreman Spike, along with a Gotcha Wrench, Eggplant Man, and more new and old enemies, are once again out to stop him on his quest, however.

Yoshi Game Boy Advance Tech Demo

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Unreleased - 2000

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