Designed and developed by the Japanese game developer Karu_gamo, who is known for his previous work on the Mamotte Knight (Protect Me Knight) series.
A Famicom turn-based strategy game based on the 1989 sci-fi movie Gunhed. A supercomputer called Kyron-5 threatens the extinction of mankind, forcing a team of ...
The sequel to Ultraman Club includes even more Ultraman variants and the various kaiju he fought on the TV shows in this turn-based RPG inspired by Final Fantas...
A tile stacking and matching game for Famicom.
A special NES ROM created by Ancient to celebrate the three-year anniversary of Gotta Protectors.
A 1991 block-matching puzzle game from Sachen.
A slide puzzle from Sachen.
Pyramid II is Sachen's NES-only sequel to their Egyptian-themed puzzler.
A second game with the Dòng Dòng Nǎo name; this is an English tutor for Chinese-speaking children.
The final game in Sachen's Poker trilogy.
A poker game from Sachen.
An NES brawler from Sachen. Oddly one of two games in the same genre for the same platform with the same title.
A top-down racing game from Sachen.
Six "classic" Sachen titles on one cartridge. Lucky you!
Players guide a worm (caterpillar?) through dangerous traffic in this release from Sachen.
The last Family Stadium game for the Famicom.
Ploid is a homebrew NES platformer, also released on Switch.
Uchūsen is a homebrew NES shoot-'em-up released in June 2020.
It's a living sketch versus office supplies in this homebrew NES platformer co-developed by a father and daughter team.
A simplistic platform fighter featuring characters from across various homebrew NES titles.
An unlicensed eroge for the Famicom
A baseball team management game for the Famicom and the second game in ASCII's long-running "Best Play" series.
The Sequel to 8Bit Music Power. 8Bit Music Power Final puts chiptunes along with a visualizer on a TV all while playing mini games and being able to remix and c...
Groove to music while playing minigames and enjoying interactive art galleries.
Early Sesame Street edutainment game for multiple old platforms.
A Famicom game designed to teach players how to successfully bet at horse racing, endorsed by Shugoro Izaki.
A strategy game exclusive to the Nintendo Famicom in which the player is the president of a struggling car manufacturing company and must keep profits high for ...
Super Xevious: GAMP no Nazou (The Mystery of GAMP) is a Famicom-exclusive sequel to Xevious. It was developed and published by Namco. Despite its similar name, ...
Retro platformer starring... well, a flea.
A 2D fighting game based on Journey to the West, released only on the NES/Famicom in China.
An instructional Go game developed exclusively for the Famicom.
Creepy Brawlers is a horror-themed boxing game.
A cartoony platformer from SAS Sakata and Epoch, based on the anime of the same name from Fujiko A. Fujio.
A side-scrolling shooter based on the "Dangerous Detectives" TV series in Japan.
A previously unreleased NES game by The Oliver Twins which was successfully published on cartridge at last over 20 years later thanks to a Kickstarter campaign.
An Irem developed adventure game that is a sequel to the previous Nishimura Kyoutarou Mystery game, Blue Train Satsujin Jiken.
Unreleased action game for the NES with a time travel theme.
An erotic reskin of Menace Beach by Hacker International.
Fighting game based on a Chinese novel, also known as Myth Struggle.
Bingo is a gambling simulator for NES, based on a popular Taiwanese parlor game.
An instructional baduk/go game release only in South Korea.
A football game released exclusively for the Famicom. A North American localization featuring Mike Ditka was eventually cancelled.
A Famicom baseball game from Hect endorsed by Japanese pitcher Takenori Emoto.
Bugtris is a puzzle game where players uncover and capture bugs.
A comedic role-playing game about a hero that goes on a quest to prove that he is a "real man" by defeating a group of powerful women called the Aurora that con...
An NES brawler based on the Jay and Silent Bob film characters and the prequel to Chronic Blunt Punch
A fantasy action/RPG starring Jajamaru.
The sequel to Fighting Hero. There is very likely no Fighting Hero II.
Unlicensed NES fighting game released only in Asia and Brazil. Caltron intended to release it in the US, but it ultimately never surfaced.
The second game in ASCII's Derby Stallion series.
An entry in the Jangō series, exclusively for the Famicom. While it has the most in common with the first game, Jangō 1, it is overall unique to any other ent...
An NES sequel to Way of the Exploding Fist. It was essentially finished, but remained unreleased for decades until Piko Interactive picked up the rights.
An RPG for the Famicom based on the anime/manga Kujaku Ō.
Micro Mages is a 40KB game developed by Morphcat Games for the original NES console. This is a platformer and supports up to 4 simultaneous players.
A sumō game from Arc System Works and Face.
Kiteretsu Daihyakka is an NES game based on the Fujiko Fujio manga and anime of the same name.
Sachen's second Taiwan-rules mahjong game.
Sachen's mahjong title for NES, Game Boy, and Mega Duck.
Full Quiet is Retrotainment Games' third NES game funded through Kickstarter.
The sequel to the NES Magical Taluluto game.
Taluluto's inaugural video game was released by Bandai for the Famicom in 1991.
An indie action game originally released on the NES and then later on more modern platforms.
The Golf '92 is a game for the Nintendo Famicom that involves golfing with popular Japanese golf pros. The game is almost entirely in Japanese with very little ...
"Hello Kitty's Flower Shop" is a children's platform game.
Little Medusa is an action-adventure game for NES, SNES, and Genesis released in 2018.
Ninja Jajamaru: Ginga Daisakusen is a 1991 Jaleco platformer heavily based on Super Mario 3 and part of the Ninja Jajamaru series.
SD Keiji: Blader is a Role-Playing game which was released in Japan in 1991.
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".