- There are 100 SNES best games of all times listed on this article that you must play before you die (50 games on part 1, another 50 on part 2 [this post]).
- There are at least 3 ways you can play these best SNES games today, check on section below.
- For other interesting articles like this, do check these out: SNES, Nintendo, Gaming & Games, Tech and more at JILAXZONE.
A few months back, one of the SNES enthusiast who are also happen to be a redditor, created a post asking people to vote for the best Super Nintendo games of all times – based on what they have played and experienced themselves. Fast forward to today, we have got the list and here we are the best 100 Super Nintendo / Super Famicom games of all times – Reddit version.
For those who are new to retro-gaming world, SNES or better known as Super Nintendo (world-wide) or Super Famicom/SFC in Japan was the 2nd generation video game console released by Nintendo (the first one was NES or Famicom – in Japan). Long story short, due to different preferences in regions, SNES/SFC ended up with 2 names (SNES – US and EU and SFC – JP) and 2 models (US model and JP/EU model).
Here’s how to play these Super Nintendo / Super Famicom games today
If you are looking for the game list, do skip this section. But in case you are also looking for a way to play all these SNES games, here you go. These are the options available today.
1) Original SNES/SFC hardware
The best way to enjoy the classic SNES games is by playing on the original hardware with the original cartridge!
The SNES hardware on Amazon:
The SNES hardware on AliExpress:Snes with 2 Wireless+1 Wired Gamepads Free Game Card with 344 Games for Nes
2) SNES Mini Console
The SNES Mini Console contains some built-in games, though the mini console may not have all the games listed below, but with some “tweak”, you can install and enable all the games listed below on the mini console.
SNES Mini Console on Amazon:
SNES Mini Console on AliExpress:Super NES Mini 16 BIT Built-in 94 Games
3) SNES Emulators (with download links)
If hardware isn’t your thing, you can still enjoy these childhood memorable games via emulators. There are various SNES emulators existed throughout many platforms and consoles, but here they are the best one.
|Android||SNES9X EX+ (stand-alone emulator) |
RetroArch (multiple console emulators, using BSNES Core)
|iOS||Provenance (have to do sideloading to install it, check here for full step by step).|
|Mac / Linux||RetroArch (Linux/Mac, using BSNES Core)|
RetroArch (Win, using BSNES Core)
Either you are emulating SNES on computer or smartphone, the games will be much better if played using a physical controller (rather than using touch-screen). Here’s my recommendation, controller I personally used to play games (including SNES games).
iPega 9083: For playing PC and Android games. I like it because the fact that it can be used both on PC and Android without much hassle (driver auto- detected and installed), plus when I’m playing any Android game, I can put my Android in between – just like a Nintendo Switch.
On AliExpress:IPEGA 9083
SteelSeries Nimbus+: For playing iOS games. I like it because it’s MFi certified – Made for iOS, any controller-compatible games will for sure run with this controller.
See the controllers in action.
FYI. Any purchases made using any links above, I will earn a small commission at no extra cost charged on your purchases.
Best 100 Super Nintendo / Super Famicom Games of All Time According to Reddit – Part 2 of 2
This is part 2 of 2. On part 2, you’ll find SNES game #51 to #100. Don’t worry, the games are sorted alphabetically for easier navigation.
For part 1 of 2, check them out here: Part 1 of 2 – Best 100 SNES / SFC Games according to Reddit at JILAXZONE.
I have also list down each of the game genre, short description of the game, YouTube companion video – in case you forgot/don’t know the game and link to purchase them in case you need. Enjoy!
Note: If you buy anything from Amazon / AliExpress using any of the links mentioned below, I shall earn a small commission at no extra cost charged on your purchases. Thanks for your supports!
Out of this World
|Where to get||Amazon|
The story of Lester Knight Chaykin, a young scientist hurled through space and time by a nuclear experiment gone wrong. In an alien and inhospitable world, dodge, outwit, and overcome a host of alien monsters, while surviving an environment as deadly as your enemies. Only a perfect blend of logic and skill will get you past the life-threatening obstacles that lie in wait.
|Where to get||Amazon|
Pilotwings is a video game developed and published by Nintendo for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. The game was originally released in Japan in December 1990, shortly after the launch of the Super Famicom in the country. It was also released as a launch title for the SNES in August 1991 in North America, with a European release following in 1992. Pilotwings is an amateur flight simulator game in which the player attempts to earn pilot licenses through lessons in light plane flight, hang gliding, skydiving, and the use of a rocket belt. Bonus stages and levels involving an attack helicopter are also available. Each event offers unique controls and gameplay mechanics.
Pocky & Rocky
Pocky & Rocky is a 1992 multidirectional scrolling shooter video game developed by Natsume for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. It is the sequel to the 1986 arcade game KiKi KaiKai developed by Taito. Pocky & Rocky follows the adventures of a young Shinto shrine maiden named Pocky and her new companion, Rocky the tanuki as they attempt to save a group of creatures known as the Nopino Goblins. Gameplay takes place from a top-down perspective and features both single-player and cooperative modes. The game was generally well received by critics, and was followed by a sequel in 1994, Pocky & Rocky 2.
R-Type III: The Third Lightning
R-Type III: The Third Lightning is a 1993 horizontally scrolling shooter video game.
Rock n Roll Racing
Rock n’ Roll Racing is a vehicular combat-based racing video game developed by Silicon & Synapse and published by Interplay Productions for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1993 and the Mega Drive/Genesis in 1994. The game prominently features a number of popular heavy metal and rock songs in its soundtrack, hence the game’s title. The game was ported to the Game Boy Advance in 2003. Rock n’ Roll Racing was initially developed as RPMII, a sequel to the company’s SNES game RPM Racing. At the end of the project, Interplay marketing added licensed music and changed the name to Rock n’ Roll Racing. It is also similar in gameplay to Racing Destruction Set where it got its logic/AI engine and the NES game R.C. Pro-Am developed by Rare in 1988.
Secret of Evermore
Secret of Evermore is an action role-playing game for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. It was released by Square in North America on October 1, 1995 and in Europe and Australia in February 1996. A Japanese release was planned to follow the North American release by a few months but was ultimately cancelled.
Secret of Mana
Secret of Mana, originally released in Japan as Seiken Densetsu 2, is a 1993 action role-playing game developed and published by Square for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. It is the sequel to the 1991 game Seiken Densetsu, released in North America as Final Fantasy Adventure and in Europe as Mystic Quest, and it was the first Seiken Densetsu title to be marketed as part of the Mana series rather than the Final Fantasy series. Set in a high fantasy universe, the game follows three heroes as they attempt to prevent an empire from conquering the world with the power of an ancient flying fortress.
Shadowrun is a cyberpunk-fantasy action role-playing video game for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, adapted from the tabletop role-playing game Shadowrun by FASA. The video game was developed by Australian company Beam Software and first released in 1993 by Data East. The game is loosely based on the novel Never Deal with a Dragon by Shadowrun co-creator Robert N. Charrette and set in the year 2050. The player takes on the role of Jake Armitage, a man suffering from amnesia after having been critically wounded by assassins. The plot then follows Jake as he attempts to uncover his own identity and the identity of the mysterious figure who wants him dead, and eventually complete his mission. Harebrained Schemes’ 2013 Shadowrun Returns links the stories of this game and of Shadowrun for the Sega Genesis.
|Where to get||Amazon|
SimCity was independently developed by Will Wright beginning in 1985, and would not see its first release until 1989.
Soul Blazer, released in Japan as Soul Blader, is a video game for the Super NES developed by Quintet and published by Enix. Soul Blazer was scored by Yukihide Takekawa. It was released in 1992 in Japan and North America, but not released in Europe until 1994. It is an action role-playing game where the player takes the role of The Master’s servant, to destroy monsters and release the captured souls of a world’s inhabitants.
Space Megaforce, known in Japan and Europe as Super Aleste, is a vertically scrolling shoot ’em up video game developed by Compile. It was published by Toho in 1992 for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System as part of the Aleste series. In a traditional fashion, the player pilots a spaceship through a variety of locales crawling with enemy squadrons to shoot down, though the story in the Japanese version is different from the American and European one. Super Aleste also offers a “Short Game”, featuring short segments of the regular levels, with the emphasis on scoring as many points as possible.
Sparkster is a side-scrolling platform game developed and published by Konami for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. The game, the only one in the series to be released on a Nintendo console, was directed by Hideo Ueda and was released in Japan on September 1994, in North America in October 1994, in Europe in 1994. Sparkster is a different game from the Sega Genesis version despite having the same title in North America and Europe, which bore the full title of Sparkster: Rocket Knight Adventures 2, and has no plot continuity with the original Rocket Knight Adventures.
Spider-man Venom: Maximum Carnage
Spider-Man and Venom: Maximum Carnage is a side-scrolling beat ’em up game for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System and Mega Drive/Genesis, developed by Software Creations and published by Acclaim Entertainment and its subsidiary LJN in 1994. The game, based on the comic book story arc of the same name, features numerous heroes, including Spider-Man, Venom, and their allies from the Marvel Comics fictional universe like Captain America, Black Cat, Iron Fist, Cloak and Dagger, Deathlok, Morbius and Firestar, all teaming up to battle an onslaught of villains led by Carnage, including Shriek, Doppelganger, Demogoblin and Carrion.
|Where to get||Amazon|
Lead the Star Fox Team to Victory! 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 bring the fight to the enemy’s home planet Venom and smash the Core Brain for victory!
Star Ocean is an action role-playing video game developed by tri-Ace and published by Enix for the Super Famicom. The first game in the Star Ocean series, it was released only in Japan in July 1996, and was the first game developed by tri-Ace, consisting of staff that had previously left Wolf Team due to being unhappy with the development process for Tales of Phantasia with Namco in 1995. The game used a special compression chip in its cartridge to compress and store all of the game’s data due to possessing graphics that pushed the limits of the Super Famicom. Additionally, the game had voice acting for the game’s intro and voice clips that played during the game’s battle gameplay, a rarity for games on the system.
Street Fighter II
Street Fighter II: The World Warrior, also known simply as Street Fighter II, is a competitive fighting game developed by Capcom and originally released for arcade systems in 1991. It is the second installment in the Street Fighter series and the sequel to Street Fighter, released in 1987. It is Capcom’s fourteenth title to use the CP System arcade system board. Street Fighter II improved many of the concepts introduced in the first game, including the use of special command-based moves and a six-button configuration, while offering players a wider selection of playable characters, each with their own fighting style and introducing the combo system.
Street Fighter II Turbo
Street Fighter II’ Turbo: Hyper Fighting is a competitive fighting game released for the arcade by Capcom in 1992. It is the third game in the Street Fighter II sub-series of Street Fighter games following Street Fighter II’: Champion Edition. Released less than a year after the previous installment, Hyper Fighting introduced a faster playing speed and new special moves for certain characters, as well as further refinement to the character balance. Hyper Fighting is the final arcade game in the Street Fighter II series to use the original CP System hardware. It was distributed as an upgrade kit designed to be installed into Champion Edition printed circuit boards. The next game in the series, Super Street Fighter II, uses the CP System’s successor, the CP System II.
Super Bomberman is an action, maze game, part of the Bomberman series, released for the Super NES in 1993. It is the first in the series to be released in Europe keeping the Bomberman title instead of being called Dynablaster.
Super Bomberman 2
Super Bomberman 2 is the second of five games in the Super Bomberman series developed by Produce and Hudson Soft and released on the Super Nintendo. It was released in Japan on April 28, 1994, in North America later the same year, and in Europe on February 23, 1995. It is the only Super Bomberman game without a 2-player story mode, although one was originally planned.
Super Castlevania IV
Super Castlevania IV is a 1991 platform game developed and published by Konami. Released originally for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, it has been re-released multiple times, including for the Super NES Classic Edition. Super Castlevania IV features expanded play control, 16-bit graphics featuring SNES Mode 7, and a soundtrack featuring new pieces and arrangements based on previous Castlevania music. Following the same setting as Castlevania on the NES, the game takes place in 1691 Transylvania, where the vampire hunter Simon Belmont must defeat the vampire Dracula. The game received critical acclaim with some calling it one of the greatest video games of all time.
Super Ghouls ‘N Ghosts
Super Ghouls ‘n Ghosts is an action side-scrolling platform game developed and published by Capcom and released for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1991. It is the third game in the Ghosts ‘n Goblins series. The game has been included in multiple compilations of Capcom classics. A remake of the game was released for the Game Boy Advance which features an additional game mode with new stages.
Super Mario All-Stars
Super Mario All-Stars is a 1993 compilation of platform games for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. It contains remakes of Nintendo’s four Super Mario games released for the Nintendo Entertainment System and the Family Computer Disk System: Super Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels, Super Mario Bros. 2, and Super Mario Bros. 3. The remakes adapt the games for the SNES with updated graphics and music. As in the original games, the player controls the Italian plumber Mario and his brother Luigi through themed worlds, collecting power-ups, avoiding obstacles, and finding secret areas. Changes include the addition of parallax scrolling, modified game physics, and bug fixes.
Super Mario Kart
|Where to get||Amazon|
Select one of eight characters from the Mario series—offering a variety of driving styles—and take on three championship cups in three different kart classes. Win enough, and you’ll unlock a fourth circuit: the ultra-tough Special Cup. Crossing the finish line in first place isn’t an easy task, though, as each track has unique obstacles to conquer and racers can obtain special power-ups that boost them to victory. With more than 15 tracks to master and nearly endless replay value, Super Mario Kart is classic gaming…with some banana peels thrown in for good measure!
Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars
|Where to get||Amazon|
Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars is a role-playing video game developed by Square and published by Nintendo for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1996. It was the final Mario game published for the SNES. The game was directed by Chihiro Fujioka and Yoshihiko Maekawa, produced by Mario creator Shigeru Miyamoto, and scored by Yoko Shimomura. Super Mario RPG’s story focuses on Mario and his friends as they seek to defeat Smithy, who has crashed into their world and stolen the seven star pieces of Star Road. Super Mario RPG is the first RPG in the Mario franchise, drawing from major elements of Square’s RPG franchises such as Final Fantasy.
Super Mario World
There’s no time for vacation when Bowser and his Koopalings are up to no good. During a vacation in Dinosaur Land, Princess Toadstool gets kidnapped and a spell is cast on the inhabitants of the island. When they stumble upon Yoshi, a young dinosaur, Mario and Luigi learn that Bowser is responsible for the terrible misdeeds. Now, Yoshis are trapped in magical eggs that Bowser has hidden throughout seven castles. Many hidden paths aid Mario in making his way to Bowser’s castle, completing 74 areas, and finding all 96 exits. Discover items, including a feather that gives Mario a cape that allows him to fly and a flower that lets him shoot fireballs, in layers upon layers of 2-D scrolling landscapes. You can even ride Yoshi and swallow your enemies!
Article continues below.
Popular on JILAXZONE today:
> Android 12 News, Tips & Tricks.
> Samsung Galaxy S21 Real vs Fake, how to easily differentiate them.
> Samsung Galaxy Note20 Real vs Fake, how to easily differentiate them.
> Xiaomi: Disable & remove bloatware from MIUI12.
|Gaming and Games:|
> Valve’s Steam Deck all questions answered!
> 100+ Nintendo Switch Multiplayer games you should play today.
> Best 100 Super Nintendo games of all times.
> Recommended Nintendo Wii Multiplayer games to play.
Super Mario World 2: Yoshi’s Island
Super Mario World 2: Yoshi’s Island is a 1995 platform game developed and published by Nintendo for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. To reunite baby Mario with his brother Luigi, who has been kidnapped by Kamek, the player controls Yoshi, a friendly dinosaur, through 48 levels while carrying Baby Mario. As a Super Mario series platformer, Yoshi runs and jumps to reach the end of the level while solving puzzles and collecting items. In a style new to the series, the game has a hand-drawn aesthetic and is the first to have Yoshi as its main character. The game introduces his signature abilities to flutter jump and produce eggs from swallowed enemies.
Super Metroid is an action-adventure game developed and published by Nintendo for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1994. It is the third installment in the Metroid series, following the events of the Game Boy game Metroid II: Return of Samus. Players control bounty hunter Samus Aran, who travels to planet Zebes to retrieve an infant Metroid creature stolen by the Space Pirate leader Ridley.
Prepare for a knockout experience in Super Punch-Out!!, the Super Nintendo sequel to the classic boxing game! Face off against your favourite opponents from the arcade and NES versions, along with a roster of all-new foes, on your way to the top of the WVBA (World Video Boxing Association) rankings. Take on 16 opponents in Championship Mode, learning their techniques and weak points to take them down, or practise your skills on single opponents in Time Attack Mode. Bold, colourful graphics and dramatic sound effects set the scene for what promises to be the fight of your life!
Super Smash TV
|Where to get||Amazon|
Smash TV is a 1990 arcade game created by Eugene Jarvis and Mark Turmell for Williams. It is a dual-stick shooter in the same vein as 1982’s Robotron: 2084. The Super NES, Genesis, Master System, and Game Gear versions were titled Super Smash TV. The plot centers on a dystopian television show during the then-future year of 1999, where one or two “lucky” contestants must shoot their way to fame and fortune; the show is filmed in front of a live studio audience with broadcast via satellite worldwide. The goal of the game show is to kill or be killed, and once all of the challengers in each arena have been massacred, the contestant will proceed to survive the next gauntlet.
Super Star Star Wars
|Where to get||Amazon|
Super Star Wars is a 1992 video game for the Super Nintendo based on the 1977 film Star Wars. It is the SNES equivalent of the Star Wars NES game. Super Star Wars features mostly run and gun gameplay, although it has stages which feature other challenges, such as driving a landspeeder or piloting an X-wing. It also features multiple playable characters with different abilities. The game was followed by two sequels based on the subsequent Star Wars films, Super Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back and Super Star Wars: Return of the Jedi.
Super Street Fighter II: The New Challengers
Super Street Fighter II: The New Challengers is a head-to-head fighting game produced by Capcom and originally released as an arcade game in 1993. It is the fourth game in the Street Fighter II sub-series of Street Fighter games, following Street Fighter II: Hyper Fighting. In addition to refining and balancing the existing character roster from the previous versions, Super Street Fighter II introduced four new characters. It was also the first game to be developed on Capcom’s CP System II hardware, which permitted more sophisticated graphics and audio over the original CP System hardware used in previous versions of Street Fighter II.
Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together
Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together is a Japanese tactical role-playing game created by Quest. The game was released in 1995 on the Super Famicom in Japan as a sequel to Ogre Battle: The March of the Black Queen. Let Us Cling Together is the second entry released in the Ogre Battle franchise, featuring many dramatically different gameplay elements from its predecessor. While The March of the Black Queen has the player managing an army of squads free-roaming in semi-real time over larger areas of land, Tactics Ogre features turn-based battles and offers more control over individual characters. The game was re-released on the Sega Saturn in 1996 and the PlayStation in 1997. A remake of the game developed by the original development team was released for the PlayStation Portable in February 2011. In some regions, notably Japan, the remake was retitled as Tactics Ogre: Wheel of Fortune.
Tecmo Super Bowl
|Where to get||Amazon|
Tecmo Super Bowl is an American football video game for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) that was released in December 1991. Developed by Tecmo, it is the first sports video game that was licensed by both the National Football League and the National Football League Players Association, thus allowing the game to use both the names and attributes of real NFL teams and real NFL players. Prior games use either the real teams, the real players, or fictional substitutes, but not real teams and real players together.
Tecmo Super Bowl III: Final Edition
|Where to get||NA|
Tecmo Super Bowl III: Final Edition is a football video game released on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System and the Sega Genesis. According to a spokesperson for the game’s developer/publisher, Tecmo, the subtitle “Final Edition” refers to it being the last football game Tecmo would make for 16-bit systems. The game features the full NFL and NFLPA licenses.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time, released as Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles: Turtles in Time in Europe, is an arcade video game produced by Konami. A sequel to the original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles arcade game, it is a scrolling beat ’em up type game based mainly on the 1987 TMNT animated series. Originally an arcade game, Turtles in Time was ported to the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1992 under the title Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles IV: Turtles in Time, continuing the numbering from the earlier Turtles games released on the original NES. That same year, a game that borrowed many elements, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Hyperstone Heist, was released for the Mega Drive/Genesis.
Terranigma, known as Tenchi Sōzō in Japan, is a 1995 action role-playing game for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System developed by Quintet. Manga artist Kamui Fujiwara is credited with the character designs. Terranigma tells the story of the Earth’s resurrection by the hands of a boy named Ark, and its progress from the evolution of life to the present day. It was published by Enix in Japan before Nintendo localized the game and released English, German, French and Spanish versions in Europe and Australia. The game has never been officially released in North America.
Tetris Attack, also known as Panel de Pon, is a 1995 puzzle video game developed by Intelligent Systems and published by Nintendo for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. A Game Boy version was released a year later. In the game, the player must arrange matching colored blocks in vertical or horizontal rows to clear them. The blocks steadily rise towards the top of the playfield, with new blocks being added at the bottom. Several gameplay modes are present, including a time attack and multiplayer mode.
Tetris Battle Gaiden
|Where to get||Amazon|
Tetris Battle Gaiden is a puzzle video game developed and published in 1993 by Bullet Proof Software for the Super Famicom. Released only in Japan, the game is a variant of the Tetris series involving multiplayer battles comparable to those of the Puyo Puyo and Columns series of video games.
The Great Circus Mystery starring Mickey & Minnie
The Great Circus Mystery Starring Mickey & Minnie, later titled Disney’s Magical Quest 2 Starring Mickey & Minnie, was released for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System and Sega Genesis/Mega Drive in 1994 and for the Game Boy Advance in 2003. The game features Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse trying to figure out why everyone in the circus has disappeared, and includes four different types of outfits and six different levels. While the SNES and Genesis/Mega Drive versions were practically identical, the GBA re-release in 2003 included some new features. As its predecessor, it received praise for its graphics and outfit system and was criticized for not being challenging enough and short.
The Legend of the Mystical Ninja
The Legend of the Mystical Ninja is an action-adventure game by Konami, and was released for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1991. It was also ported to the Game Boy Advance along with Ganbare Goemon 2: Kiteretsu Shōgun Magginesu only in Japan. It is the first game in the Japanese video game series Goemon to have a western release. It has also been released for the Virtual Console in Japan, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and the United States. In North America and Europe, this game was followed by two different games for Nintendo 64, Mystical Ninja Starring Goemon in 1998 and Goemon’s Great Adventure in 1999, as all subsequent releases for the Super NES were absent of a Western release. In Europe, two Game Boy versions of Mystical Ninja starring Goemon were released. One was a standalone game and the other was part of Konami GB Collection Vol. 3.
The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past
Travel through the Light and Dark Worlds in this classic Zelda adventure. Return to an age of magic and heroes! When an evil magician named Agahnim begins kidnapping young maidens in Hyrule in a quest to break the imprisoning seal on Ganon, a young boy named Link is called upon to stop him. Link must venture into twisting mazes, dungeons, palaces and shadowy forests as he searches for the maidens and Princess Zelda. Traversing both Light and Dark Worlds, he must navigate eight dark dungeons, fighting evil enemies and huge bosses. Help our hero prevent Ganon and Agahnim from shattering Hyrule forever. Whether you are a young knight, a heroine-in-training or a seasoned warrior, The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past will delight!
The Magical Quest Starring Mickey Mouse
|Where to get||Amazon|
The Magical Quest Starring Mickey Mouse is the first game in the series Disney’s Magical Quest.
Tiny Toons Adventures: Buster Busts Loose
Tiny Toon Adventures: Buster Busts Loose! is a video game for the Super NES console that is based on the animated TV series Tiny Toon Adventures. It was developed and published by Konami, released in 1992 in Japan and in 1993 in Europe and North America.
Top Gear is a racing video game for the Super NES, published by Kemco and developed by Gremlin Graphics in 1992. The objective of the game is to become the fastest driver in the world by racing other drivers across several nations. The franchise is unrelated to the TV series of the same name.
It marks the first game in the Top Gear racing game franchise, and it is one of the first racing games to be released on the Super NES. This game and its next two sequels were created by the same developers as the similar Lotus series of games released earlier on the Commodore Amiga and Sega Mega Drive systems.
Trials of Mana
Trials of Mana, also known by its Japanese title Seiken Densetsu 3, is a 1995 action role-playing game developed and published by Square for the Super Famicom. It is the sequel to the 1993 game Secret of Mana, and is the third installment in the Mana series. Set in a high fantasy world, the game follows three heroes as they attempt to claim the legendary Mana Sword and prevent the Benevodons from being unleashed and destroying the world. It features three lengthy main plotlines and six different possible main characters, each with their own storylines, and allows two players to play simultaneously.
|Where to get||Amazon|
U.N. Squadron is a 1989 side-scrolling shooting game released by Capcom for the CPS arcade hardware and for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. The game was released in Japan as Area 88, and is based on the manga series of the same name, featuring the same main characters. Here, their mission is to stop a terrorist group known as Project 4. It was followed by a spiritual successor Carrier Air Wing.
Uncharted Waters New Horizons16Bit Games ** Uncharted Waters – New Horizons ( PAL EUR Version!! English Language!! )
|Where to get||AliExpress|
Set in the 16th century, this game is a sequel to the first title and was released for NEC PC-98, SNES, Genesis/Mega Drive and PC in 1994. It also saw releases in 1996 on Sega Saturn and PlayStation in Japan exclusively. The SNES version was released on Nintendo’s Virtual Console in Japan on March 17, 2009 and in North America on April 6, 2009 for the Wii. It was later released for the Wii U in Japan on October 30, 2013, in North America on November 14, 2013 and for the first time in Europe on November 28, 2013.
Uniracers, released as Unirally in PAL territories, is a video game created by DMA Design and Nintendo of America for the SNES in North America in December 1994 and in the PAL territories on April 27, 1995.
Wild Guns is a 1994 space western shooting gallery video game developed by Natsume for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. Set in the Wild West with steampunk and sci-fi influences, the story follows Annie and her bounty hunter Clint, seeking revenge for the death of her family. The player controls either Annie or Clint sidestepping and jumping in the foreground while shooting down enemy robots in the background and dodging enemy bullets. These gameplay mechanics combine elements from third-person shooters and light gun games.
Zombies Ate My Neighbors
Zombies Ate My Neighbors is a run and gun video game developed by LucasArts and published by Konami for the Super NES and Sega Mega Drive/Genesis consoles in 1993. One or two players take control of protagonists Zeke and Julie in order to rescue the titular neighbors from monsters often seen in horror movies. Aiding them in this task are a variety of weapons and power-ups that can be used to battle the numerous enemies in each level. Various elements and aspects of horror movies are referenced in the game with some of its more violent content being censored in various territories such as Europe and Australia, where it is known only as Zombies. While not a great commercial success, the game was well received for its graphical style, humor and deep gameplay. It spawned a sequel, Ghoul Patrol, released in 1994.
Not enough SNES / SFC games here?
I have best 100+ games for Super Nintendo / Super Famicom spread over 2 articles, be sure to check both of them.
For Part 1 of 2 of best 100 SNES / SFC Games according to Reddit, check here: Part 1 of 2 – Best 100 SNES / SFC Games according to Reddit at JILAXZONE.
For Part 2 of 2 of best 100 SNES / SFC Games according to Reddit, check here: (this article) Part 2 of 2 – Best 100 SNES / SFC Games according to Reddit at JILAXZONE.
For best SNES / SFC multiplayer games, check here: Best multiplayer SFC & SNES games which you can play 2 players at JILAXZONE.
Reddit, best 100 SNES / SFC games of all time: Article at Reddit.
Do you have anything you want me to cover on my next article? Write them down on the comment section down below.
Alternatively, find more interesting topics on JILAXZONE:
JILAXZONE – Jon’s Interesting Life & Amazing eXperience ZONE.
Hi, thanks for reading my article. Since you are here and if you find this article is good and helping you in anyway, help me to spread the words by sharing this article to your family, friends, acquaintances so the benefits do not just stop at you, they will also get the same goodness and benefit from it.
Live to Share. Share to Live. This blog is my life-long term project, for me to share my experiences and knowledge to the world which hopefully can be fruitful to those who read them and in the end hoping to become my life-long (passive) income.
My apologies. If you see ads appearing on this site and getting annoyed or disturb by them. As much as I want to share everything for free, unfortunately the domain and hosting used to host all these articles are not free. That’s the reason I need the ads running to offset the cost. While I won’t force you to see the ads, but it will be great and helpful if you are willing to turn off the ad-blocker while seeing this site.