A Satellaview mini-golf game available from 1997-1998
Mahjong title for the Satellaview.
A mini-golf game released on the Satellaview and developed by HAL Laboratories. The game was later reworked into Kirby's Dream Course and saw a wider release.
A special version of the original F-Zero for the BS Satellaview, featuring new vehicles and several additional tracks.
Kirby no Omochabako ("Kirby's Toy Box") was a series of mini-games broadcasted over Satellaview featuring Kirby.
The third entry in the Dokapon series of RPG styled boardgames.
A puzzle game developed in-house by Nintendo and Indieszero that stars a drinking bird toy able to drain and redistribute colored fluids.
Second Super Famicom incarnation of RPG Tsukuru.
Super Famicom release of the RPG Tsukuru series, that was later broadcast on Satellaview.
Onesong's cube-rolling puzzle game lands on the Super Famicom courtesy of T&E Soft.
Released for various console systems in Japan. Banri no Choujou means "The Great Wall". The game is known in the US as "Shanghai: Triple-Threat", which was rele...
A newspaper reporter receives a mysterious letter and cassette in the mail. Investigate the mysterious "R" and uncover the truth of the man.
An aerial dog fighting RPG created by Squaresoft for the Satellaview.
A Satellaview-exclusive Picross game, broadcast in Japan in 1995.
A side-scrolling shoot 'em up released only in Japan for the Super Famicom in 1996. The third game in the Spriggan series, which began on the PC Engine CD.
A Mario Paint game for the Satteleview. There are several differences, the major one being that it does not require the SNES mouse.
A strategy RPG for the Super Famicom centered around the town of Guoto, and a war over the powerful and mysterious Key of Resurrection.
The first of two customizable interactive sound novel editors by ASCII and Success. It was released in the latter days of the Super Famicom on a large cartridge...
Japan-only Mario puzzle game. Players can remove icons from a grid whenever two or more are adjacent to one another. By removing all icons, they win the game.
A quiz game for the satellaview. Toad guides the player through quizzes and minigames.
A remake/semi-sequel to Super Mario Bros. 2 (US) released on the Satellaview.
A remake of Super Mario Collection (Super Mario All Stars in US) for the Satellaview.
The second Super Famicom game based on the Nintama Rantarou anime. The trio of ninjas-in-training are joined by their friends/rivals from the Kunoichi class in ...
For the Satellaview.
A Satellaview-only game in the Famciom Tantei Club franchise. The game used live voice acting in some scenes, making it difficult to play nowadays.
Music Library is a downloadable add-on to Chrono Trigger for the Satellaview.
BS Chrono Trigger: Character Library contains information on all of the playable characters and enemies in Chrono Trigger.
Take on Johnny in the jet bike racing minigame from Chrono Trigger.
A bass fishing game from the creator of Mother and EarthBound. It was released on various Nintendo consoles and was the only non-Mother game Shigesato directed.
A Japanese only Satellaview game. It is essentially a remake of the NES classic Excitebike with Mario characters.
The sequel to the BS Zelda on Satellaview
A remake of the original Legend of Zelda, broadcast to owners of the Satellaview on certain dates from 1995 to 1997. It has never been officially released other...
Quasi sequel to the original game released exclusively for the Satellaview.
BS Fire Emblem: Akaneia Senki is an episodic strategy game which was released on Nintendo's Japan-exclusive Satellaview Service in four chapters. The game was a...
A puzzle game that released in the midst of the Tetris craze, Dr. Mario put its own spin on the falling-blocks concept. It was one of the few Tetris derivatives...
A SNES exclusive entry for Taito's sci-fi Breakout-inspired series. The enigmatic DOH once again makes trouble for the crew of the Arkanoid.
Radical Dreamers is the obscure sequel to Chrono Trigger released in Japan in 1996 via the Super Famicom Satellaview system. It was later used as the basis for ...
A Nintendo Wars (a.k.a. Advance Wars) game for the Broadcast Satellaview that was later added to the Nintendo Power service and Virtual Console.
A title that takes full advantage of the pack-in SNES mouse accessory, allowing the player to paint pictures, compose music, and play mini-games.
Wario's Woods is a match-3 puzzle game released for the SNES and NES in 1994, making it the last game to be released for the NES in North America.
A Super Famicom game in the Shubibinman series available exclusively as a download via the Broadcast Satellaview satellite service in Japan.