Nova the Squirrel is a homebrew platformer game for the NES that takes its inspiration from 90s games and plays like a traditional platformer, while using more ...
A second Sanrio-branded puzzle game for Game Boy and Famicom.
A volleyball game with Sanrio characters.
Sanrio Carnival is a Famicom and Game Boy puzzle game starring characters from the Sanrio line of merchandise.
A role-playing game based on the Japanese version of The Game of Life.
A pachinko game for Famicom.
Three classic Culture Brain games for Famicom.
A second Data East collection for Famicom, from Retro-Bit and JNNEX.
Kaiju-themed strategy game for Famicom.
Six Data East classics on one Famicom cartridge.
Four Jaleco classics for Famicom.
A mahjong game for Famicom by Nichibutsu.
The pack-in game with Bandai's Datach Joint Rom System add-on for the Famicom and the first fighting game bearing the Dragon Ball license. Players scan special ...
An exploration platformer with several lizards to wear. Released as a homebew NES game as well as a Steam release in 2018.
A Famicom platformer developed by South Korean developer Zemina.
Namco's baseball simulator for 1990.
A compilation of Data East NES games on one cartridge.
A turn-based RPG based on Japanese folklore. A pair of monks complete their training only to find themselves embroiled with the fate of the country.
An adventure game with light RPG elements based on a manga and anime about a group of forest creatures.
A whac-a-mole style action game that was released with special hammer and mat peripherals.
An RPG based on the historical novel Eight Dog Chronicles which allows the player to begin the game as any of the eight titular samurai, each of whom begins in ...
A strategy game based on a Japanese comedy drama manga about an overbearing high school cheerleading squad.
A rugby game for Famicom featuring several fictional teams and the option to assign stat points before starting a match.
A collection of three mini-games created to celebrate Finland's 100th anniversary.
A mathematical puzzle game for Supervision and NES
Sachen's Sternhalma simultator.
A platformer released in South Korea for the NES/Famicom, better known by its proposed English localization title of "Buzz & Waldog".
The Famicom-only sequel to Hammerin' Harry.
A robot shoot'em up based on the Brave Saga series.
A lightcycle clone game for the Famicom.
An "active rail playing game" for NES and various Japanese computer systems.
A strategy game featuring mechs in the far future.
A simple golfing game for the Famicom.
A sumo wrestling game featuring the likeness of professional sumo sekiwake Terao Tsunefumi.
A Z-axis shoot 'em up that pits a soldier in a weaponized flight suit against alien invaders.
A construction kit for the Famicom, in which players can design arcade-style shoot-'em-ups.
Intergalactic axe-slinging action with the fate of the world in the balance. A frenetic arcade sports game for the NES.
Q Boy is a platformer for NES.
A second adventure for Sanrio's frog character.
An action puzzle game starring Sanrio's frog character.
An RPG based on the girls' manga magazine.
Sachen's infamous dinosaur platformer. Oddly titled "Jurassic Boy 2" on the title screen of the NES version, as well as the box and title screen of the Game Boy...
Final Combat is a top-down tank action game from Thin Chen/Sachen
A psudo-3d space shooting game for the Famicom.
An action-adventure platformer, made in a retro style with pixel graphics and an 8-bit soundtrack. The game is developed by Elden Pixels.
To celebrate the album's 10th anniversary, chiptune maestros Anamanaguchi have released Power Supply on NES cartridge.
A compilation of three HES NES titles plus a bonus math game for some reason.
Slot simulator for NES.
Total Funpak collects four HES-distributed games on one cartridge.
Home Entertainment Suppliers' version of digital reversi.
Players help Jack the duck safeguard a giant egg.
Tengen version of PAC-MAN for NES
A platformer starring characters from the Kamen Rider, Ultraman, Gundam, and Metal Heroes universes.
A licensed platformer featuring the troubled Japanese presenter and performer Masashi Tashiro.
An unreleased English translation of Master Thief Sugar.
The second game based on the Osomatsu-kun anime and manga, released in 1989 for Famicom.
A music-themed indie platformer created to celebrate the Famicom's 30th anniversary, featuring a chiptune soundtrack and cutesy visuals.
A successfully Kickstarted NES homebrew game that was later released on modern consoles and PC.
Haunted: Halloween '85 is a true retro game as it was developed using the restrictions of NES hardware. It is available both digitally and as an actual NES cart...
A Famicom exclusive sequel to a multiplatform dodgeball game.
An unreleased NES platforming game developed by Sofel. Based on the Snow White animated film of the same.
Tao is a quirky role-playing game with heavy religious themes.
A Famicom adventure game set during the Meiji Restoration era. It features strategy and action elements as well.
This standard baseball game from Irem has the movie license for Major League, but doesn't actually use it much in-game.
An educational math game for older Japanese students. The last in a series of five games released in 1986 by magazine giant Tokyo Shoseki.
An educational math game for Japanese students. The fourth in a series of five games released in 1986 by magazine giant Tokyo Shoseki.
An educational math game for young Japanese students. The third in a series of five games released in 1986 by magazine giant Tokyo Shoseki.
An educational math game for young Japanese students. The second in a series of five games released in 1986 by magazine giant Tokyo Shoseki.
An educational math game for young Japanese students. The first in a series of five games released in 1986 by magazine giant Tokyo Shoseki.
A side-scrolling action platformer featuring the titular anime character.
The first game in Nichibutsu's Formula One top-down racing series.
A two game compilation for the Famicom.
Mickey's Adventures in Numberland is an educational game released for the NES in March of 1994.
An action platformer Famicom game based on the surreal gag manga Utsurun Desu. Like the manga, the game makes very little sense and is filled with non-sequiturs...
The tale of Jack and the Beanstalk is retold in this Famicom game from Asmik.
The final Famicom Pachiokun game
Pachiokun returns for a fourth outing on the Famicom.
The third Famicom entry in the Pachiokun series.
An action-adventure game from Konami based on the 1985 movie. Mikey must save the other Goonies from the Fratellis, pirate ghosts and an enormous octopus by fin...
Quest Forge: By Order of Kings is an RPG for Nintendo Entertainment System.
A cartoony judo simulator for Famicom.
This baseball game from Epoch has a lot in common with Namco's Family Stadium series.
Hissatsu Shigotonin (Translated: Deadly Work People] was released December 15, 1990 exclusively in Japan for the NES. It is an RPG biased off of the popular his...
CrossFire is a brawler/run-and-gun for the Famicom.
Street Heroes is a fighting game for Famicom (NES) and Game Boy Color from Sachen
Perman Part 2 is the sequel to Irem's 1990 platformer "Perman: Enban o Torikaese"
Perman: Enban o Torikaese is a 1990 platformer from Irem based on the popular manga character.
A Famicom platformer based on the Heisei Tensai Bakabon manga license.
A horse-raising and racing game from ASCII Entertainment. This is the Famicom original.
A Famicom baseball game based on Japanese highschool baseball. It saw multiple sequels for the Super Famicom.
A block moving puzzle game similar to Sokoban.
A text adventure game for the Famicom about a tenacious female tax auditor. It is based on a 1987 Japanese comedy movie of the same name.
A goofy Japanese adventure game for the Famicom where the player assumes the role of Erika, an aspiring pop idol trying to win her family's inheritance and foil...
A board game/racing game hybrid based on a miniature RC car toyline. It was developed and published by Konami exclusively for the Japanese Famicom.
The third NES game in the Hiryu no Ken saga
The first of two home system games based on the 1991 movie of the same name. Unlike the Arcade on-rails shooter and its ports, this LJN/Ocean home version is a ...
A light hearted board game/RPG for the Famicom released in 1991.
Sydney Hunter and the Caverns of Death is a retro platformer that started as a Flash game before being ported to various older and modern platforms.
A 1992 adventure game published by Hect for the Famicom.