Retrozone

8-Bit Xmas 2008

8-Bit Xmas 2008

Nintendo Entertainment System - Homebrew - 2008

This first ever NES Christmas cart is a great gift and background for your parties. Enjoy a peaceful snow scene (based on the snow demo by Anders Astrand) instead of the typical fireplace channel on your TV. Then use the controller to change between 4 different holiday tunes with authentic 8 bit sound. While everyone is drunk on egg nog use the controller to switch between many different patterns for the colorful blinky lights that surround the edge of the cart! Top loader recommended to see the pretty colors, but front loader looks cool too

8-Bit Xmas 2009

8-Bit Xmas 2009

Nintendo Entertainment System - Homebrew - 2009

It's that special time of year again, a time we spend with friends and family, a time of rejoice and generosity, a time for sipping eggnog whilst warming our socks in front of a toasty fire, and a time for taking a snowball square in the face from your freckle-faced neighbor, Jeffey. Payback time! Gather up three of your best (or preferably worst) friends for the newest game by RetroZone, Snowball Fight!!!, a four-player blizzard blast! While everyone is drunk on egg nog trip out to the colorful blinky lights that surround the edge of the cart! Top loader recommended to see the pretty colors, but front loader looks cool too.

8-Bit Xmas 2010

8-Bit Xmas 2010

Nintendo Entertainment System - Homebrew - 2010

Gather up three of your best (or preferably worst) friends for the newest game by RetroZone, Jolly Joyriding!!!, a four-player drunken bumper car present throwing fest! While everyone is drunk on egg nog trip out to the colorful blinky lights that surround the edge of the cart! Top loader recommended to see the pretty colors, but front loader looks cool too. When you score a point, the cart changes to your player color!

8-Bit Xmas 2011

8-Bit Xmas 2011

Nintendo Entertainment System - Homebrew - 2011

Gather up all of your best friends for the newest game by RetroZone, Fireplace Bash!!. A four-player brick breaking party game that doubles as a lovely musical 8-bit fireplace background for your xmas parties, or it can also be enjoyed alone! While everyone is drunk on egg nog trip out to the colorful blinky lights that surround the edge of the cart. Top loader recommended to see the pretty colors, but front loader looks cool too. When you defend your fireplace the blinky lights changes to your player color. This year the blinky lights are even more blindingly bright!

8-Bit Xmas 2012

8-Bit Xmas 2012

Nintendo Entertainment System - Homebrew - 2012

Move over, Red Baron, Santa is here, and he's packin'! With 8 BIT XMAS 2012, you can invite three of your best (or worst!) friends for a day of high-flying 4-player armed-to-the-teeth biplane-riding shoot-em-up fun! Much more than a reproduction, this original game cartridge is built using all new parts. No donor carts were harmed in the making of this game. If you just want to play the game, here is a free ROM download! Load it up on your PowerPak or favorite emulator and destroy your friends. You will be sad you are missing out on the amazing blinky lights that flash when your opponent gets hit!

8-Bit Xmas 2013

8-Bit Xmas 2013

Nintendo Entertainment System - Homebrew - 2013

There's nothing more emblematic of the Holiday seasons than the cozy feeling you get waking to a fire and conifer brimming under with presents. That feeling of togetherness and warmth and holiday spirit shared while singing songs of the season with friends and family. That feeling of turning Santa's Blaster into a killing machine to use against space aliens. Ah, such memories!

8-Bit Xmas 2014

8-Bit Xmas 2014

Nintendo Entertainment System - Homebrew - 2014

There's nothing more emblematic of the Holiday seasons than the cozy feeling you get waking to a fire and conifer brimming under with presents. That feeling of togetherness and warmth and holiday spirit shared while singing songs of the season with friends and family. That feeling of dominating your friends until they throw the controller at your TV. Ah, such memories! This year's game puts 2 teams of 3 players against each other in a crazy battle. It is the first ever simultaneous 6 player NES game! Multiple player types and many goals for victory keep the action going and make your friends want to keep playing. 4 player games require the Four Score, and 6 player games require two Power Pads. If you have a working ROB, a title screen option commands him to dance to the XMAS music.

8-Bit Xmas 2015

8-Bit Xmas 2015

Nintendo Entertainment System - Homebrew - 2015

There's nothing more emblematic of the Holiday seasons than the cozy feeling you get waking to a fire and conifer brimming under with presents. That feeling of togetherness and warmth and holiday spirit shared while singing songs of the season with friends and family. That feeling of dominating your friends until they throw the controller at your TV. Ah, such memories! This year's game tests your abilities when your life lasts only 12 Seconds. The blinky LEDs count down until you die where you stand. Navigate jumping puzzles to reach the exit at the top of the screen. You will need to use sacrifices to build towers or bridges to complete levels. All stats are saved on the cart, so beat your best time or use the fewest lives! Can you escape all 99 challenging levels?

8-Bit Xmas 2016

8-Bit Xmas 2016

Nintendo Entertainment System - Homebrew - 2016

PINBALL! That's right, this year's game is xmas pinball! Shoot the ramp, aim for the targets, and light up "SANTA" for big points. If you're skilled enough you can even unlock multiball! Think you are a pinball wizard? Xmas pinball is scoreboard compatible, you can upload your best score with the AVS and see how you rank!

Airball

Airball

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unlicensed - 2007

The player begins every round atop inflating stations. These inflating stations, which are scattered throughout the arenas, also act as checkpoints. Remaining atop an inflating station for too long will cause the player to burst. A bar gauge at the bottom of the screen allows the player to monitor their air level. Originally planned for release by Tengen in 1990 but cancelled along with several other titles when Tengen abandoned publishing for the system in the wake of the infamous Tetris lawsuit. Several prototypes surfaced over the years with the presumed completed version being given an "official" cartridge release by Retrozone in 2007,

Battle Kid 2: Mountain of Torment

Battle Kid 2: Mountain of Torment

Nintendo Entertainment System - Homebrew - December 15, 2012

The next phase of the vile group's plan has begun! The Supermech have have been destroyed, but that was only the beginning. You must venture through a giant mountain base and overcome its many dangers. Along the way, items will be found to allow access to new areas and grant you new abilities. An even bigger game than before awaits! Will the torment get to you? Over 650 rooms, more than 20 enemies, 13 boss battles, and other challenges stand between you and victory. Also featured are 5 difficulty settings, password system, and a built-in death counter.

Battle Kid: Fortress of Peril

Battle Kid: Fortress of Peril

Nintendo Entertainment System - Homebrew - February 22, 2010

Inspired from the indie game "I Wanna be the Guy" and other classic platformers, the game follows the style dubbed Metroidvania in that you do not have stages, but rather one large area to freely explore. You always die in one hit, but there are unlimited continues in the normal difficulty as well as a password system to resume where you last left off. In total, there are over 550 rooms, 8 bosses, and over 30 different types of enemies. You will also obtain items along the way that grant you new abilities such as higher jumping or slower falling in order to travel to new areas of the fortress. Can you survive the perils that lie ahead?

Beat'em & Eat'em

Beat'em & Eat'em

Nintendo Entertainment System - Homebrew - 2014

Warning! This game is intended for ADULTS ONLY! The Atari "classic" we all know and love has finally arrived on the NES. Move two naked women under a building to catch semen a man ejaculates from the top of said building. Each time you eat 'em as he beats 'em, you score one point. But should you miss, shame on you! After all, it could've been a famous homebrewer! This is the first game developed by FG Software, with many more to come! Bon app├ętit!

Brony Blaster

Brony Blaster

Nintendo Entertainment System - Homebrew - 2015

It's a game where you blast bronies and My Little Pony characters.

Christmas Craze

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Homebrew - 2011

The first SNES homebrew game by RetroZone, Christmas Craze. Dodge aliens and grab gifts or fight your friends with snowballs in two player present picking battles. While everyone is drunk on egg nog trip out to the colorful blinky lights that surround the edge of the cart! When you gather presents in the game the lights dance with the sound effects.

Chunkout 2

Nintendo Entertainment System - Homebrew - 2008

Classic tile deleting fun - can you get a Chunkout? Starting with a random layout of colored tiles, obliterate large chunks of the same color and shape to score big! By strategically removing smaller quantities of tiles you can create bigger and better scores. Maximize your score by deleting all of the tiles! This sequel to James Todd's 1999 Gameboy Color release brings 3 levels of difficulty into the mix for an even greater challenge. Compete against your family and friends to get your score onto the High Scores list!

Exerion II

Exerion II

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unreleased - 2009

"Own a copy of Exerion 1+2, a multicart of unlimited scrolling shooting! Blast your way through clouds of enemies in these Famicom and unreleased games. Exerion 1 - It was 1985 and Jaleco ported this great arcade game to the Famicom. In the style of Galaga and 1942, Exerion featured vertical scrolling while shooting many enemies. Parallax backgrounds and moving terrain added to the graphics. Exerion never made it to the NES. Exerion 2 - This sequel also never made it to the NES. For years it remained as an unreleased prototype. The users of NintendoAGE contributed to make it available so now you can play them both on one great cart!"

GemVenture

Nintendo Entertainment System - Homebrew - 2010

GemVenture is puzzle game where you fight against a series of monsters. If you've played PuzzleQuest, you'll feel right at home. You attempt to match colored gems in the playfield, which will give you mana to cast spells, and can heal yourself or hurt your opponent. Your opponent then take a turn matching gems, and you continue back and forth until only one is left standing. GemVenture features 6 character classes, 18 different spells, and 20 monsters, each with their own special characteristics!

Glider

Glider

Nintendo Entertainment System - Homebrew - 2008

Jump into your Glider and ride the vents to escape The House in the first ever flashable NES game from Brian Parker. In the most advanced homebrew yet, you control the paper airplane in search of a way out of the 60 room house. Fly over floor vents to get lift or use fans for a speed boost. This house wasn't built very well, so you will have to avoid water leaks, arcing outlets, paper shredders, and other dangers. Shoot down fast moving enemy planes with rubber bands for more points! When you beat The House, use your USB CopyNES system to flash a brand new house to the cart. Also user the CopyNES to backup your saved games to your PC.

Glider: Mad House

Glider: Mad House

Nintendo Entertainment System - Homebrew - 2008

After you complete all 60+ rooms in The House, you can flash your copy of Glider with new levels. This new room pack is called Mad House. It contains 60+ more, even harder rooms!

Glider: Pluto's Bath House

Glider: Pluto's Bath House

Nintendo Entertainment System - Homebrew - 2008

After you complete all 60+ rooms in The House, you can flash your copy of Glider with new levels. This new room pack is called Pluto's Bath House. This new room pack consists of 20 new crazy bathroom puzzles!

Mike Tyson's Intergalactic Power Punch

Mike Tyson's Intergalactic Power Punch

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unlicensed - 1992

Go a few rounds with aliens in Mike Tyson's Intergalactic Power Punch! No more Mark Tyler here! Get a reproduction of the real sequel to Mike Tyson's Punch-Out and beat down some alien fighters. The InterGalactic Boxing Federation invites you to box against their greatest space monsters. Get help from the real Don King instead of some bald copy. Not all these aliens have ears so you will have to find a different fight tactic... This version of the game was released by Retrozone/RetroUSB.

Mystic Pillars

Mystic Pillars

Nintendo Entertainment System - Homebrew - November 12, 2008

Inspired by the game Columns, Mystic Pillars marks the third title by Sivak Games You must guide pillars of tiles to form a row, column, or diagonal of 3 matching tiles. Doing so will clear those tiles and all overhead ones will drop down. Make combos doing this to score more points! Game speed increases for each level up. Periodically, a pillars of magic tiles will be granted and this tile will clear all tiles of the same type it lands upon. Features include 5 selectable tilesets, 3 music tracks, and 8 selectable backgrounds.

Sara Parker's Pool Challenge

Sara Parker's Pool Challenge

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unlicensed - 2008

Can you become a World Champion or will you BREAK? Sara Parker's Pool Challenge gives you 4 fast-breaking styles of pool to choose from Standard, 8-ball, 9-ball, and Kelly Pool - each with realistic sound and music. Challenge up to 4 friends or play alone, this is as close to being in a actual Pool Hall. To keep things interesting and fresh, change up the table top surface to make the balls go wild! Grab your Cuestick and get ready for the hottest billiards action around. Rack'em Up...

Study Hall

Study Hall

Nintendo Entertainment System - Homebrew - 2014

Pack up your backpack and catch a ride on the bus, because there's finally a Study Hall you won't want to miss! KHAN Games' newest offering is here, and the critics agree, Study Hall is a charming puzzle game that fits right at home with the arcade classics of yesteryear. So simple in design, yet so rich in depth, Study Hall will make you smile, laugh, scream, and cry. Loaded with an '80s soundtrack that will take you straight back to your glory-days of youth, Study Hall tickles you in all the right spots, with enough depth to satisfy even the most dedicated classic fans. 16 main stages! 8 challenge stages! Right when you think you've mastered the game, think again! Secrets! Achievements! High score screen! On board flash memory for saving all your high scores/initials and your achievement progress! Completely control over resetting both individually whenever you want!

Sudoku

Sudoku

Nintendo Entertainment System - Homebrew - 2007

From creator Al Bailey, Sudoku 2007 is an NES version of the classic Sudoku logic puzzle. Start by selecting a difficulty level or puzzle number. Easy to use controls allow you to quickly enter numbers into the puzzle grid. When you think you have all of the numbers in the correct place, hit start to evaluate. If everything is correct you move on, but if there is an error you get a time penalty and an indication of how many numbers are out of place.

Sudoku 2007 (Retrozone)

Nintendo Entertainment System - Homebrew - 2007

From creator Al Bailey, Sudoku 2007 is a version of the classic Sudoku game. Start by selecting a difficulty level or puzzle number. Easy to use controls let you quickly enter numbers into the grid. When you think you are done hit start to evaluate. If everything is correct you move on, but if there is an error you get a time penalty! Advancements from Sudoku 1.0 include 100 new randomly generated levels and classic intro/paused music.

Super Mario Bros. 2j

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unlicensed

Are you a master at Super Mario Bros.? Think you can challenge SMB2j? This game makes the first Mario look easy. More challenging levels, more obstacles, poisonous mushrooms, and crazier enemies. Built in world and stage select keep you from breaking your controllers (use A and B on the title screen). Unlike the other mapper hacked ROMs out on the internet, this is the complete game on a custom board. Mario and Luigi have different physics so they play differently. The wind works in every level it appears, so this game is tough. The game starts with all 8 stars so you can play the levels beyond 8-4. Still think you can master any NES Mario game? If so, buy this today, you won't be sorry.

Super NeSnake 2

Super NeSnake 2

Nintendo Entertainment System - Homebrew - 2008

In this classic snake game, eat numbers to make your snake longer! Battle through 25 obstacle filled levels with precise movements to survive. Three difficulty levels keep the challenges coming faster each time. Once you have mastered the movement, play with a friend in vs or cooperative mode, or play against the computer. Can you slither your way to greatness? This homebrew first appeared as an entry by Matrixz in the 2004 Minigame Competition. That original NeSnake is also included on the cart! Updated graphics, more levels, and extra game play modes make this one of the best homebrews yet. When you are done playing, a simple 4 character password lets you keep your levels unlocked for continuation later.

Tic-Tac XO

Nintendo Entertainment System - Homebrew - 2008

Get your X's and O's with Tic-Tac XO, the first game by Sly Dog Studios Sly Dog Studios debuts on the Nintendo Entertainment system with Tic-Tac XO! Not being a regular game of tic-tac-toe, you can gain power-ups to up your game and demolish the computer. Power-ups include the ability to take an extra turn, change one of the computer's tiles, clear a row, and clear a column. If you have a need to play tic-tac-toe, but need an extra boost in your game, look no further than Tic-Tac XO!

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