List of products published by Nintendo


List of products published by Nintendo
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Contents

Toys & Cards

Product Year Producer Development Lead Personnel Lead
Ultra Hand 1966 Hiroshi Imanishi Nintendo Toys & Cards Gunpei Yokoi
Ultra Machine 1968 Hiroshi Imanishi Nintendo Toys & Cards Gunpei Yokoi
Ultra Scope 1968 Hiroshi Imanishi Nintendo Toys & Cards Gunpei Yokoi
N&B Block 1968 Hiroshi Imanishi Nintendo Toys & Cards Gunpei Yokoi
Challenge Dice 1969 Hiroshi Imanishi Nintendo Toys & Cards Takahisa Yamada [1]
The Game of Fate 1969 Hiroshi Imanishi Nintendo Toys & Cards
Love Tester 1969 Hiroshi Imanishi Nintendo Toys & Cards Gunpei Yokoi[2]
Ele-Conga 1970 Hiroshi Imanishi Nintendo Toys & Cards Gunpei Yokoi
Light Telephone LT 1971 Hiroshi Imanishi Nintendo Toys & Cards Gunpei Yokoi
Lefty RX 1972 Hiroshi Imanishi Nintendo Toys & Cards Gunpei Yokoi
Miracle Trump 1972 Hiroshi Imanishi Nintendo Toys & Cards Takahisa Yamada [1]
Flower Cards 1972 Hiroshi Imanishi Nintendo Toys & Cards Takahisa Yamada [1]
Time Shock 1972 Hiroshi Imanishi Nintendo Toys & Cards
Middle Ages Playing Cards 1973 Hiroshi Imanishi Nintendo Toys & Cards Takahisa Yamada [1]
Beehive Game 1973 Hiroshi Imanishi Nintendo Toys & Cards
Power Lift 1973 Hiroshi Imanishi Nintendo Toys & Cards
Mach Rider 1973 Hiroshi Imanishi Nintendo Toys & Cards
Go: The Board Game 1974 Hiroshi Imanishi Nintendo Toys & Cards Takahisa Yamada [1]
Chess: The Board Game 1974 Hiroshi Imanishi Nintendo Toys & Cards Takahisa Yamada [1]
Jet Launcher 1974 Hiroshi Imanishi Nintendo Toys & Cards Gunpei Yokoi
Paper Model (series) 1974 Hiroshi Imanishi Nintendo Toys & Cards
Poem Cards 1975 Hiroshi Imanishi Nintendo Toys & Cards Takahisa Yamada [1]
Mini Game 1975 Hiroshi Imanishi Nintendo Development Div. Gunpei Yokoi, Makoto Kano[3]
Nintendo Beam Gun Series 1975 Hiroshi Imanishi Nintendo Development Div. Gunpei Yokoi, Takehiro Izushi, Makoto Kano[3]
Chiritorie 1978 Hiroshi Imanishi Nintendo Toys & Cards Gunpei Yokoi
10 Billion Barrel Puzzle 1980 Hiroshi Imanishi Nintendo Toys & Cards Gunpei Yokoi
Kirby Cards 1998 Hiroshi Yamauchi Nintendo Toys & Cards Takahisa Yamada [1]
Pokémotion 2003 Masaru Shimomura Nintendo NSD Shinya Kawada, Mikiko Ishikawa, Hirotaka Uemura, Ryo Fukasawa, Masahito Ota

Arcade

Product Year Producer Development Lead Personnel Lead
Laser Clay Shooting System 1973 Hiroshi Imanishi Nintendo Development Div. Gunpei Yokoi, Masayuki Uemura, Genyo Takeda
Wild Gunman 1974 Hiroshi Imanishi Nintendo Development Div. Gunpei Yokoi, Masayuki Uemura, Genyo Takeda
EVR-Race 1975 Hiroshi Imanishi Nintendo Development Div. Genyo Takeda, Masayuki Uemura
Sky Hawk 1976 Hiroshi Imanishi Nintendo Development Div. Gunpei Yokoi, Masayuki Uemura, Genyo Takeda
Shooting Trainer 1976 Hiroshi Imanishi Nintendo Development Div. Gunpei Yokoi, Masayuki Uemura, Genyo Takeda
Battle Shark 1977 Hiroshi Imanishi Nintendo Development Div. Gunpei Yokoi, Masayuki Uemura, Genyo Takeda
New Shooting Trainer 1978 Hiroshi Imanishi Nintendo Development Div. Gunpei Yokoi, Masayuki Uemura, Genyo Takeda
Test Driver 1978 Hiroshi Imanishi Nintendo Development Div. Gunpei Yokoi, Masayuki Uemura, Genyo Takeda
Block Fever 1978 Hiroshi Imanishi Nintendo Development Div. Gunpei Yokoi, Masayuki Uemura, Genyo Takeda
Computer Othello 1978 Hiroshi Imanishi Nintendo Development Div. Gunpei Yokoi, Masayuki Uemura, Genyo Takeda
Space Fever 1979 Genyo Takeda Nintendo R&D3
SF-HiSplitter 1979 Genyo Takeda Nintendo R&D3
Sheriff 1979 Genyo Takeda Nintendo R&D3 Shigeru Miyamoto
Monkey Magic 1979 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1
Space Firebird 1980 Genyo Takeda Nintendo R&D3 Shigeru Miyamoto, Hirokazu Tanaka
Radar Scope 1980 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Shigeru Miyamoto, Hirokazu Tanaka
Heli Fire 1980 Genyo Takeda Nintendo R&D3 Hirokazu Tanaka
Donkey Kong 1981 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Shigeru Miyamoto, Masao Yamamoto, Yukio Kaneoka
Sky Skipper 1981 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Shigeru Miyamoto, Hirokazu Tanaka
Space Demon 1981 Genyo Takeda Nintendo R&D2 Shigeru Miyamoto, Hirokazu Tanaka
Donkey Kong Junior 1982 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Shigeru Miyamoto, Masao Yamamoto, Yoshio Sakamoto, Yukio Kaneoka
Popeye 1982 Genyo Takeda Nintendo R&D3 Shigeru Miyamoto
Mario Bros. 1983 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Shigeru Miyamoto, Masao Yamamoto, Yukio Kaneoka
Donkey Kong 3 1984 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Shigeru Miyamoto, Masao Yamamoto, Hirokazu Tanaka
Punch-Out 1984 Genyo Takeda Nintendo R&D3 Shigeru Miyamoto, Takao Kozai, Koji Kondo
Super Punch-Out 1984 Genyo Takeda Nintendo R&D3 Shigeru Miyamoto, Takao Kozai, Koji Kondo
Arm Wrestling 1985 Genyo Takeda Nintendo R&D3 Shigeru Miyamoto
Killer Instinct 1994 Minoru Arakawa RARE
Cruis'n USA 1994 Minoru Arakawa Midway
Killer Instinct 2 1996 Minoru Arakawa RARE
Cruis'n World 1994 Minoru Arakawa Midway
Cruis'n 1999 Minoru Arakawa Midway
F-Zero AX 2003 SEGA / Amusement Vision
Mario Kart Arcade GP 2003 Namco
Donkey Kong: Jungle Fever 2006 Capcom
Mario Kart Arcade GP 2 2006 Namco
Donkey Kong: Banana Kingdom 2006 Capcom
Pokémon Battrio 2007
Rhythm Heaven Arcade 2007 SEGA

VS Arcade

Product Year Producer Development Lead Personnel Lead
Vs. Balloon Fight 1984 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Makoto Kano, Yoshio Sakamoto, Hirokazu Tanaka, Satoru Iwata [4]
Vs. Baseball 1984 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1
Vs. Clu Clu Land 1984 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Akito Nakatsuka
Vs. Duck Hunt 1984 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Hirokazu Tanaka
Vs. Excitebike 1984 Shigeru Miyamoto Nintendo EAD Minoru Maeda, Soyo Oka, Toshihiko Nagako
Vs. Hogan's Alley 1984 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1
Vs. Pinball 1984 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Satoru Iwata
Vs. Urban Champion 1984 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Hirokazu Tanaka
Vs. Wild Gunman 1984 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Hirokazu Tanaka
Vs. Wrecking Crew 1984 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Yoshio Sakamoto, Hirokazu Tanaka [4]
Vs. Stroke & Match Golf 1984 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Koji Kondo
Vs. Mahjong 1984 Masayuki Uemura Nintendo R&D2 Toshihiko Nakago
Vs. Ice Climber 1985 Shigeru Miyamoto Nintendo EAD Kenji Miki, Tadashi Sugiyama, Akito Nakatsuka
Vs. Ladies Golf 1985 Koji Kondo
Vs. Mach Rider 1985
Vs. Soccer 1985 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Koji Kondo
Vs. Slalom 1986 Gunpei Yokoi RARE
Vs. Super Mario Bros. 1986 Shigeru Miyamoto Nintendo EAD Takashi Tezuka, Toshihiko Nakago, Koji Kondo
Vs. Volleyball 1986 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1
Vs. The Legend of Zelda 1987 Shigeru Miyamoto Nintendo EAD Takashi Tezuka, Toshihiko Nakago, Koji Kondo
Vs. Gumshoe 1987 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Yoshio Sakamoto Hirokazu Tanaka [4]
Vs. Dr. Mario 1990 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Takahiro Harada, Hitoshi Yamagami, Hirokazu Tanaka

Home consoles

Color TV Game

Product Year Producer Development Lead Personnel Lead
Color TV Game 6 1977 Hiroshi Imanishi Nintendo Development Div. Gunpei Yokoi, Masayuki Uemura, Genyo Takeda, Takehiro Izushi
Color TV Game 15 1978 Hiroshi Imanishi Nintendo Development Div. Gunpei Yokoi, Masayuki Uemura, Genyo Takeda, Takehiro Izushi
Color TV Game 112 1977 Hiroshi Imanishi Nintendo Development Div. Gunpei Yokoi, Masayuki Uemura, Genyo Takeda, Takehiro Izushi
Color TV Game Block Kusure 1979 Hiroshi Imanishi Nintendo Development Div. Gunpei Yokoi, Masayuki Uemura, Genyo Takeda, Takehiro Izushi
Color TV Game 1980 Hiroshi Imanishi Nintendo Development Div. Gunpei Yokoi, Masayuki Uemura, Genyo Takeda, Takehiro Izushi

Nintendo Entertainment System & Family Computer

Product Year Producer Development Lead Personnel Lead
Mahjong 1983 Masayuki Uemura Nintendo R&D2 Toshihiko Nakago, Hirokazu Tanaka
Popeye 1983 Masayuki Uemura Nintendo R&D2 Shigeru Miyamoto, Toshihiko Nakago
Popeye's English Game 1983 Masayuki Uemura Nintendo R&D2 Toshihiko Nakago
Gomoku Narabe Renju 1983
Family BASIC 1984 Masayuki Uemura Nintendo R&D2 Toshihiko Nakago, Koji Kondo
Devil World 1984 Shigeru Miyamoto Nintendo EAD Takashi Tezuka, Koji Kondo, Akito Nakatsuka
F-1 Race 1984 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1
4-Player Family Mahjong 1984 Gunpei Yokoi Hudson Soft
Excitebike 1985 Shigeru Miyamoto Nintendo EAD Minoru Maeda, Toshihiko Nakago, Akito Nakatsuka
Clu Clu Land 1985 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Akito Nakatsuka
Tennis 1985 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Kenji Nakajima [5]
Pinball 1985 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Satoru Iwata
Wild Gunman 1985 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Hirokazu Tanaka
Duck Hunt 1985 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Hirokazu Tanaka
Golf 1985 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Koji Kondo
Hogan's Alley 1985 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Hirokazu Tanaka
Baseball 1985 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1
Donkey Kong Jr. Math 1985 Masayuki Uemura Nintendo R&D2 Toshihiko Nakago
Ice Climber 1985 Shigeru Miyamoto Nintendo EAD Kenji Miki, Tadashi Sugiyama, Toshihiko Nakago, Akito Nakatsuka
Kung Fu 1985 Masayuki Uemura Nintendo R&D2 Koji Kondo
Wrecking Crew 1985 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Yoshio Sakamoto, Hirokazu Tanaka [4]
Stack-Up 1985 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Hirokazu Tanaka
Gyromite 1985 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Hirokazu Tanaka
Super Mario Bros. 1985 Shigeru Miyamoto Nintendo EAD Takashi Tezuka, Toshihiko Nakago, Koji Kondo
Mach Rider 1985
10-Yard Fight 1985
Balloon Fight 1986 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Yoshio Sakamoto, Toru Osawa, Satoru Iwata, Hirokazu Tanaka [4]
Urban Champion 1986 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Hirokazu Tanaka
Donkey Kong 3 1986 Masayuki Uemura Nintendo R&D2 Toshihiko Nakago, Hirokazu Tanaka
Donkey Kong 1986 Masayuki Uemura Nintendo R&D2 Toshihiko Nakago, Hirokazu Tanaka
Donkey Kong Junior 1986 Masayuki Uemura Nintendo R&D2 Toshihiko Nakago, Hirokazu Tanaka
Mario Bros. 1986 Masayuki Uemura Nintendo R&D2 Toshihiko Nakago, Hirokazu Tanaka
Gumshoe 1986 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Yoshio Sakamoto, Hirokazu Tanaka [4]
Nazo no Murasame Jō 1985 Shigeru Miyamoto Nintendo EAD Minoru Maeda, Koji Kondo
Super Mario Bros. 2: The Lost Levels 1986 Shigeru Miyamoto Nintendo EAD Takashi Tezuka, Toshihiko Nakago, Koji Kondo
Galactic Trio 1986
Kid Icarus 1986 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Toru Osawa, Makoto Kano, Yoshio Sakamoto, Masao Yamamoto, Hiroji Kiyotake, Hirokazu Tanaka [4][5]
Metroid 1986 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Makoto Kano, Yoshio Sakamoto, Hiroji Kiyotake, Masao Yamamoto, Hirokazu Tanaka [4]
Punch-Out!! 1987 Genyo Takeda Nintendo R&D3 Makoto Wada, Masato Hatakeyama, Akito Nakatsuka, Kenji Yamamoto
Pro Wrestling 1987
Rad Racer 1987 Square
Slalom 1987 RARE
Soccer 1987 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Koji Kondo
The Legend of Zelda 1987 Shigeru Miyamoto Nintendo EAD Takazhi Tezuka, Toshihiko Nakago, Koji Kondo
Volleyball 1987
Famicom Grand Prix: F-1 Race 1987 Soyo Oka
Smash Ping Pong 1987
Zelda II: The Adventure of Link 1987 Shigeru Miyamoto Nintendo EAD Yoichi Yamada, Tadashi Sugiyama, Akito Nakatsuka
Ice Hockey 1987 Shigeru Miyamoto Nintendo EAD Soyo Oka
Famicom Grand Prix 2: 3D Hot Rally 1988 Shigeru Miyamoto Nintendo EAD Kenji Miki, Tatsuya Hishida, Kazunobu Shimizu, Satoru Iwata, Soyo Oka
R.C. Pro-Am 1988 RARE
Anticipation (video game) 1988 RARE
World Class Track Meet 1988
Famicom Wars 1988 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Makoto Kano, Hirofumi Matsuoka, Hiroji Kiyotake, Hirokazu Tanaka
Vs. Excitebike 1988 Shigeru Miyamoto Nintendo EAD Minoru Maeda, Soyo Oka
Tetris 1988 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Hitoshi Yamagami
Famicom Detective Club: The Missing Heir 1988 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Yoshio Sakamoto, Kenji Yamamoto [4]
Short Order + Eggsplode 1989
Cobra Triangle 1989 RARE
Mother 1989 Shigeru Miyamoto Nintendo Tokyo R&D Shigesato Itoi, Hirokazu Tanaka
Cobra Triangle 1989 RARE
Famicom Detective Club 2: Girl In Shadow 1989 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Yoshio Sakamoto, Kenji Yamamoto [4]
Super Mario Bros. 3 1989 Shigeru Miyamoto Nintendo EAD Takashi Tezuka, Hideki Konno, Koji Kondo
Dr. Mario 1989 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Hitoshi Yamagami, Hirokazu Tanaka
Barker Bill's Trick Shooting 1989
NES Play Action Football 1989 Jeff Hutt NOA Special Projects Brian Ullrich, Paul Lange
Star Tropics 1989 Genyo Takeda Nintendo R&D3 Makoto Wada
Snake Rattle 'n' Roll 1989 RARE
Pin Bot 1989 RARE
Backgammon 1990
Super Spike V'Ball 1990 Technos
Final Fantasy 1990 Square
Nintendo World Cup 1990 Technos
Time Twist 1990 Tatsuya Hishida Nintendo EAD Keiji Terui, Hajime Hirasawa
Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon & Blade of Light 1991 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D Keisuke Terasaki, Shouzou Kaga, Hirokazu Tanaka
NES Open Tournament Golf 1991 Masayuki Uemura Nintendo R&D2 Kenji Miki, Tatsuya Hishida, Kazunobu Shimizu, Satoru Iwata, Akito Nakatsuka
Kirby's Adventure 1992 Shigeru Miyamoto HAL Laboratory Inc. Satoru Iwata
Fire Emblem Gaiden 1992 Gunpei Yokoi Intelligent Systems Shouzou Kaga
Yoshi's Cookie 1993 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1
Yoshi's Egg 1993 Gunpei Yokoi Game Freak
Joy Mech Fight 1993 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Koichi Hayashida, Hideaki Shimizu
Tetris 2 1994 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Hitoshi Yamagami
Zoda's Revenge: StarTropics II 1994 Genyo Takeda Nintendo R&D3 Makoto Wada
Wario's Woods 1994 Kenji Miki Nintendo EAD Soichiro Tomita, Masahito Iimura, Shinobu Amayake, Soyo Oka

Family Computer Disk System (Japan only)

Super Nintendo Entertainment System

Product Year Producer Development Lead Personnel Lead
Super Mario World 1990 Shigeru Miyamoto Nintendo EAD Takashi Tezuka, Hideki Konno, Katsuya Eguchi, Toshihiko Nakago, Koji Kondo
F-Zero 1990 Shigeru Miyamoto Nintendo EAD Kazunobu Shimizu, Takaya Imamura, Yasunari Nishida, Yukio Kaneoka
Pilotwings 1990 Shigeru Miyamoto Nintendo EAD Tadashi Sugiyama, Shuhei Kato, Naoki Mori, Soyo Oka
Sim City 1991 Shigeru Miyamoto Nintendo EAD Hideki Konno, Soyo Oka, Kenji Nakajima
The Legend of Zelda: A Link To The Past 1991 Shigeru Miyamoto Nintendo EAD Takashi Tezuka, Kensuke Tanabe, Toshihiko Nakago, Koji Kondo
Super Tennis 1991 Tokyo Shoseki
Mario Paint 1992 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Hirofumi Matsuoka, Hideo Nagata, Hirokazu Tanaka
Super Mario Kart 1992 Shigeru Miyamoto Nintendo EAD Tadashi Sugiyama, Hideki Konno, Soyo Oka, Masato Kimura
Super Scope 6 1992 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Makoto Kano, Kenji Yamamoto
Battle Clash 1992 Gunpei Yokoi Intelligent Systems Makoto Kano, Masao Yamamoto, Toru Narihiro, Toshihiro Nishii
Super Play Action Football 1992 Jeff Hutt NOA Special Projects Brian Ullrich, Paul Lange
NCAA Basketball 1992 Jeff Hutt Sculptured Software Hal Rushton, Adam Flick, Tim Rooney
Super Soccer 1992 Human Entertainment
Star Fox 1993 Shigeru Miyamoto Nintendo EAD Katsuya Eguchi, Yoichi Yamada, Dylan Cuthbert, Hajime Hirasawa
Yoshi's Safari 1993
Super Mario All-Stars 1993 Shigeru Miyamoto Nintendo EAD Takashi Tezuka, Hideki Konno, Katsuya Eguchi, Soyo Oka
Vegas Stakes 1993 Akihiro Saito HAL Laboratory Inc. Takashi Ambe, Jun Mukai, Kimitaka Matsumae
Metal Combat: Falcon's Revenge 1993 Gunpei Yokoi Intelligent Systems Toshitaka Muramatsu, Naotaka Ohnishi, Yuka Tsujiyoko
NHL Stanley Cup 1993 Jeff Hutt Sculptured Software Peter Ward, Dean Ertel, Adam T. Clayton
Mario & Wario 1993 Gunpei Yokoi Game Freak Satoshi Tajiri
Kirby's Dream Course 1994 Shigeru Miyamoto HAL Laboratory Inc. Takashi Saito, Shinichi Shimomura, Hirokazu Ando
Super Metroid 1994 Makoto Kano Nintendo R&D1 Yoshio Sakamoto, Toru Osawa, Tomoyoshi Yamane, Kenji Yamamoto
Stunt Race FX 1994 Shigeru Miyamoto Nintendo EAD Tatsuya Hishida, Shinya Takahashi, Tomaki Kuroume, Giles Goddard, Taro Bando
Super Punch-Out!! 1994 Genyo Takeda Nintendo R&D3 Makoto Wada, Yasuyuki Oyagi, Masato Hatakeyama, Takashi Kumegawa
Tin Star 1994 Jeff Hutt Software Creations Takashi Tezuka, Scott Pleydell Pearce, John Buckley, Chris Jojo
Ken Griffey Jr. Presents Major League Baseball 1994 Jeff Hutt Software Creations Brian Ullrich, Kevin Edwards, Chris Jojo
Donkey Kong Country 1994 Chris Stamper RARE
Uniracers 1994 Jeff Hutt DMA Design Colin Anderson
Warios Woods 1994 Kenji Miki Nintendo EAD Hiroyuki Yukami, Hiroaki Suga
Tetris & Dr. Mario 1994 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Hitoshi Yamagami
Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem 1994 Gunpei Yokoi Intelligent Systems Shouzou Kaga, Tohru Narihiro, Yuka Tsujiyoko
EarthBound 1994 Shigesato Itoi HAL Laboratory Inc. Akihiko Miura, Satoru Iwata, Keiichi Suzuki, Hirokazu Tanaka
Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island 1995 Shigeru Miyamoto Nintendo EAD Takashi Tezuka, Shigefumi Hino, Toshihiko Nakago, Hideki Konno, Koji Kondo
Mario's Super Picross 1994 Takashi Kawaguchi Jupiter Corp. Noriaki Teramoto, Toshiyuki Ueno, Norichika Meguro
Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest 1994 Chris Stamper RARE
Kirby's Avalanche 1994 Masamitsu Niitani Compile Kazunori Ikeda, Jemini Hirono
Capcom's Soccer Shootout 1996 Capcom, Nintendo Australia
Super Mario RPG 1996 Shigeru Miyamoto Square Chihiro Fujioka, Yoshihiko Maekawa, Yoko Shimomura
Kirby Super Star 1996 Satoru Iwata HAL Laboratory Inc Masahiro Sakurai, Tetsuya Abe, Jun Ishikawa
Ken Griffey, Jr.'s Winning Run 1996 Minoru Arakawa RARE
Tetris Attack 1996 Gunpei Yokoi Intelligent Systems Masao Yamamoto, Hitoshi Yamagami, Toshitaka Muramatsu, Shinya Yamamoto
Marvelous: Another Treasure Island 1996 Masayuki Uemura Nintendo R&D2 Eiji Aonuma, Mitsuhiro Takano, Yasunari Soejima, Yuichi Ozaki
Super Mario RPG 1996 Shigeru Miyamoto Square Chihiro Fujioka, Yoshihiko Maekawa, Yoko Shimomura
Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War 1996 Gunpei Yokoi Intelligent Systems Shouzou Kaga, Tohru Narihiro, Yuki Tsujiyoko
Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble! 1996 Minoru Arakawa RARE
Kirby's Dream Land 3 1997 Satoru Iwata HAL Laboratory Inc Shinichi Shimomura, Tetsuya Abe, Jun Ishikawa
Kirby's Star Stacker 1997 HAL Laboratory Inc.
Famicom Detective Club Part II 1998 Takehiro Izushi Nintendo R&D1 Yoshio Sakamoto, Tomoyoshi Yamane, Isao Hirano, Kenji Yamamoto
Heisei Shin Onigashima (two cartridges) 1998 Pax Softnica
Wrecking Crew '98 1998 Tatsuya Hishida Nintendo R&D2 Shinichi Shimomura, Shinya Takahashi, Hirokazu Tanaka
Super Famicom Wars 1998 Takehiro Izushi Intelligent Systems Tohru Narihiro, Shouzou Kaga, Kenichi Nishimaki
Sutte Hakkun 1998 Masayuki Uemura Nintendo R&D2 Masayu Nakata, Keiji Hara, Akito Nakatsuka
Power Lode Runner 1999 T&E Soft
Power Soukoban 1999
Famicom Bunko: Hajimari no Mori 1999 Takehiro Izushi Nintendo R&D1 Taisuke Araki, Tatsuya Hishida, Kenji Yamamoto
Fire Emblem: Thracia 776 1999 Takehiro Izushi Intelligent Systems Shouzou Kaga, Tohru Narihiro, Yuki Tsujiyoko

Satellaview

Product Year Producer Development Lead Personnel Lead
BS Zelda no Densetsu (MAP1 and MAP2) 1995 Satoshi Yamato[6] Nintendo NSD Kouosu Shimizu,[7] Tatsuya Hishida,[8] Hisashi Nogami,[9] Akito Nakatsuka[10]
Wario no Mori: Futabi 1996 Satoshi Yamato Nintendo NSD Kenji Miki
BS Marvelous: Camp Arnold 1997 Satoshi Yamato Nintendo NSD Yoshinori Tsuchiyama, Tatsuya Hishida, Makoto Sasaki, Masami Yone
BS Marvelous: Time Athletics 1997 Satoshi Yamato Nintendo NSD Eiji Aonuma, Mikio Mishima, Yasunari Soejima, Yuichi Ozaki
BS F-Zero: Grand Prix 1 and 2 1997 Satoshi Yamato Nintendo NSD Toshiaki Suzuki, Mikio Mishima, Moto Fujita, Masami Yone
BS Super Mario USA Power Challenge 1997 Satoshi Yamato Nintendo NSD Toshiaki Suzuki, Tatsuya Hishida, Toshihiko Nakago, Keiko Izawa
BS Zelda no Densetsu: Inishie no Sekiban 1997 Satoshi Yamato[11] Nintendo NSD Yoshinori Tsuchiyama,[12] Tatsuya Hishida,[13] Keiko Izawa,[14] Tatsuo Nishiyama,[15] Yuichi Ozaki[16]
Excitebike: Bun Bun Mario Battle Stadium 1997 Satoshi Yamato Nintendo NSD Yoshinori Tsuchiyama, Yasunori Taketani, Kyoko Kimura, Yuichi Ozaki

Nintendo 64

Nintendo 64DD (Japan only)

Nintendo GameCube


Wii

Note: All Virtual Console games have been re-published by Nintendo. Some Japan only-games have been translated from Japanese to English for a slightly higher price.

  • 2010
    • Endless Ocean 2: Adventures of the Deep
    • Sin and Punishment: Star Successor
    • Super Mario Galaxy 2
    • Monster Hunter Tri (Published by Nintendo in Europe and Australia)
    • Samurai Warriors 3 (Published by Nintendo outside of Japan)
    • PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure
    • Metroid: Other M
    • Tetris Party Deluxe (Published by Nintendo in Europe and Australia)
    • Wii Party
    • Kirby's Epic Yarn
    • FlingSmash
    • Donkey Kong Country Returns
    • Super Mario All-Stars 25th Anniversary Edition
    • Dynamic Slash (Japan only)
    • And-Kensaku (Japan only)
  • Announced for 2011
    • Fortune Street
  • Announced for 2012
    • Mario Party 9
    • Rhythm Heaven Wii
    • PokéPark 2: Beyond the World
    • Zero Shinsaku (Japan only)[17]
    • Kikitorikku (Japan only)[17]

WiiWare

  • 2009
    • Lonpos
    • Bonsai Barber
    • Doc Louis's Punch-Out!!
    • Rock N’ Roll Climber
    • PictureBook Games: Pop-Up Pursuit
    • You, Me and the Cubes
    • Excitebike: World Rally
    • Pokémon Rumble
    • Eco Shooter: Plant 530
  • 2010
    • WarioWare D.I.Y. Showcase
    • Grill Off With Ultra Hand (Club Nintendo Prize)
    • Art Style: light trax
    • Art Style: Rotozoa
    • AquaSpace
    • Snowpack Park
    • ThruSpace
    • Line Attack Heroes (Japan Only)
    • Fluidity
  • Announced for 2011
    • Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Go For It! Light Adventure Squad
    • Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Keep Going! Blazing Adventure Squad
    • Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Let's Go! Stormy Adventure Squad

Wii U

Only Wii U games that have an official name.

    • Pikmin 3
    • Lego City Stories [18]
    • Super Smash Bros. 4 (working title)

Handheld

Game & Watch

Product Year Producer Development Lead Personnel Lead
Ball 1980 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Satoru Okada, Makoto Kano, Masao Yamamoto, Takehiro Izushi [3]
Fire 1980 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Satoru Okada, Makoto Kano, Masao Yamamoto, Takehiro Izushi [3]
Flagman 1980 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Satoru Okada, Makoto Kano, Masao Yamamoto, Takehiro Izushi [3]
Judge 1980 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Satoru Okada, Makoto Kano, Masao Yamamoto, Takehiro Izushi [3]
Vermin 1980 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Satoru Okada, Makoto Kano, Masao Yamamoto, Takehiro Izushi [3]
Helmet 1981 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Satoru Okada, Makoto Kano, Masao Yamamoto, Takehiro Izushi [3]
Lion 1981 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Satoru Okada, Makoto Kano, Masao Yamamoto, Takehiro Izushi [3]
Manhole 1981 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Satoru Okada, Makoto Kano, Masao Yamamoto, Takehiro Izushi [3]
Fire 1981 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Satoru Okada, Makoto Kano, Masao Yamamoto, Takehiro Izushi [3]
Fire Attack 1981 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Satoru Okada, Makoto Kano, Masao Yamamoto, Takehiro Izushi [3]
Mickey Mouse 1981 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Satoru Okada, Makoto Kano, Masao Yamamoto, Takehiro Izushi [3]
Octopus 1981 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Satoru Okada, Makoto Kano, Masao Yamamoto, Takehiro Izushi [3]
Parachute 1981 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Satoru Okada, Makoto Kano, Masao Yamamoto, Takehiro Izushi [3]
Popeye 1981 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Satoru Okada, Makoto Kano, Masao Yamamoto, Takehiro Izushi [3]
Snoopy Tennis 1982 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Satoru Okada, Makoto Kano, Masao Yamamoto, Takehiro Izushi [3]
Turtle Bridge 1982 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Satoru Okada, Makoto Kano, Masao Yamamoto, Takehiro Izushi [3]
Donkey Kong 1982 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Satoru Okada, Makoto Kano, Masao Yamamoto, Takehiro Izushi [3]
Donkey Kong II 1982 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Satoru Okada, Makoto Kano, Masao Yamamoto, Takehiro Izushi, Yoshio Sakamoto, Hirokazu Tanaka [3][4][19]
Donkey Kong Junior 1982 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Satoru Okada, Makoto Kano, Masao Yamamoto, Takehiro Izushi, Yoshio Sakamoto, Hirokazu Tanaka [3][4][19]
Mario's Cement Factory 1982 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Satoru Okada, Makoto Kano, Masao Yamamoto, Takehiro Izushi, Hirokazu Tanaka [3][19]
Popeye 1983 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Satoru Okada, Hirokazu Tanaka [3][19]
Snoopy 1983 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Satoru Okada, Hirokazu Tanaka [3][19]
Mario's Bombs Away 1983 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Satoru Okada, Hirokazu Tanaka [3][19]
Pinball 1983 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Satoru Okada, Hirokazu Tanaka [3][19]
Donkey Kong Circus 1984 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Satoru Okada
Donkey Kong 3 1984 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Satoru Okada
Donkey Kong Hockey 1984 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Satoru Okada
Boxing 1984 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Satoru Okada
Balloon Fight 1984 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Satoru Okada
Spitball Sparky 1984 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Satoru Okada, Hirokazu Tanaka [19][20]
Tropical Fish 1985 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Satoru Okada
Climber 1986 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Satoru Okada
Super Mario Bros. 1988 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Satoru Okada
Zelda 1989 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Satoru Okada
Mario The Juggler 1991 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Satoru Okada

Game Boy and Game Boy Color

Game Boy

Product Year Producer Development Lead Personnel Lead
Super Mario Land 1989 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Takahiro Harada, Masao Yamamoto, Hirofumi Matsuoka, Masahiko Mashimo, Hirokazu Tanaka [20][21]
Baseball 1989 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1
Golf 1989 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1
Tennis 1989 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1
Yakuman (video game) 1989 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1
Balloon Kid 1990 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Yoshio Sakamoto, Kenichi Sugino, Hirokazu Tanaka [20][21]
F-1 Race 1990 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Satoru Okada, Masahiko Mashimo, Kenji Imai [4]
GB Play Action Football 1990 Minoru Arakawa NOA Special Projects Jeff Hutt, Brian Ullrich, Paul Lange [20]
Kirby's Dreamland 1990 Makoto Kanai HAL Laboratory Inc. Masahiro Sakurai, Jun Ishikawa, Tetsuya Notoya [20][21]
Radar Mission 1990 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1
Solar Striker 1990 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Satoru Okada, Keisuke Terasaki [20][21]
Kid Icarus 2: Of Myths and Monsters 1991 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Toru Osawa [20]
Super R.C. Pro-Am 1991 RARE
Yoshi's Egg 1991 Gunpei Yokoi GameFreak Satoshi Tajiri [20]
Radar Mission 1991 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1
Game Boy Wars 1991 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Makoto Kano, Hirofumi Matsuoka, Tomomi Yamane, Kenji Yamamoto [4][20]
Nintendo World Cup 1991 Tecnos
Dr. Mario 1992 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1
Metroid II: Return of Samus 1992 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Hiroyuki Kimura, Hiroji Kiyotake, Takahiro Harada, Ryoji Yoshitomi [20][21]
Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins 1992 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Takehiko Hosokawa, Hiroji Kiyotake, Makoto Kano, Hirokazu Tanaka [20][21]
Wave Race 1992 Shigeru Miyamoto Nintendo EAD Masayuki Kameyama, Hideo Kon, Taisuke Araki [20][21]
Yoshi's Cookie 1991 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Masao Yamamoto, Hitoshi Yamagami, Shigefumi Hino [20][21]
For the Frog the Bell Tolls 1992 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Yoshio Sakamoto, Masahiko Mashimo, Kazumi Totaka [20][21]
X 1992 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Yoshio Sakamoto, Kenichi Sugino, Dylan Cuthbert, Hirokazu Tanaka [20]
Kirby's Pinball Land 1993 Shigeru Miyamoto HAL Laboratory Inc.
The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening 1993 Shigeru Miyamoto Nintendo EAD Takashi Tezuka, Yasuhisa Yamamura, Kensuke Tanabe, Minako Hamano [20][21]
Top Rank Tennis 1993 Hiroshi Ikeda Nintendo EAD Kazunobu Shimizu, Tomoshige Hashishita, Taisuke Araki [20]
Tetris 2 1993 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1
Donkey Kong '94 1994 Shigeru Miyamoto Nintendo EAD Masayuki Kameyama, Takao Shimizu, Takaya Imamura, Kenta Usui [20][21]
Wario Land: Super Mario Land 3 1994 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1 Takehiko Hosokawa, Hiroji Kiyotake, Isao Hirano, Ryoji Yoshitomi [20][21]
Wario Blast: Featuring Bomberman! 1994 Norihito Miyamoto Hudson Soft Norio Ookubo, Kenji Ogata, Yasuhiko Fukuda [20][21]
Donkey Kong Land 1995 RARE
Killer Instinct 1995 RARE
Kirby's Block Ball 1995 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1
Mario's Picross 1995 Jupiter Corp.
Vegas Stakes 1995 HAL Laboratory Inc.
Game Boy Gallery 1996 Gunpei Yokoi Nintendo R&D1
Mole Mania 1996 Norihito Miyamoto Nintendo EAD Masayuki Kameyama, Taro Bando [20][21]
Game & Watch Gallery 1997 Takehiro Izushi Nintendo R&D1 Hitoshi Yamagami [20][21]
Game & Watch Gallery 2 1996 Takehiro Izushi Nintendo R&D1 Hitoshi Yamagami [20][21]
Donkey Kong Land 2 1996 RARE
Pokémon Red 1996 Game Freak
Pokémon Blue 1996 Game Freak
Pokémon Green 1996 Game Freak
Picross 2 1996 Jupiter Corp.
Kirby's Star Stacker 1997 HAL Laboratory Inc.
Major League Baseball Featuring Ken Griffey, Jr. 1997 NOA Special Projects
Game Boy Camera 1998 Satoru Okada Creatures inc. Hirokazu Tanaka, Noriaki Teramoto [20][21]
Wario Land 2 1998 Takehiro Izushi Nintendo R&D1 Takehiko Hosokawa, Masaru Yamanaka, Katsuya Yamano, Kozue Ishikawa [20][21]

Virtual Boy

Game Boy Advance

e-Reader

Pokémon mini

Nintendo DS

  • 2010
    • 100 Classic Book Collection
    • Glory of Heracles (Japan and North America Only)
    • Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver
    • WarioWare D.I.Y.
    • America's Test Kitchen Video Game (North America Only)
    • Game & Watch Collection 2 (Club Nintendo Only)
    • Rooms: The Main Building (Australia Only)
    • 1000 Cooking Recipes from Elle a Table (Europe Only)
    • Picross 3D
    • Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels of the Starry Skies (Published by Nintendo outside of Japan)
    • Last Window: The Secret of Cape West (Japan and Europe Only)
    • Tetris Party Deluxe (Australia and Europe Only)
    • Art Academy
    • Professor Layton and the Unwound Future (Published by Nintendo outside of Japan)
    • Golden Sun: Dark Dawn
    • Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs
    • Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Mini-Land Mayhem!
    • Fire Emblem: Shin Monshō no Nazo ~Hikari to Kage no Eiyū~ (Japan Only)
  • 2011
    • Little Charo travel Eigo (Japan only)
    • Battle & Get! Pokémon Typing DS (Japan only)
    • Pokémon Trading Card Game: How To Play DS (Japan only)
    • Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Revelation (Published by Nintendo outside of Japan)
    • Pokémon Black
    • Pokémon White
    • Kirby Mass Attack
    • Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker 2 (Published by Nintendo outside of Japan)
    • Solatorobo: Red the Hunter (Europe Only)
    • Inazuma Eleven (Europe Only)
    • Professor Layton and the Last Specter (Published by Nintendo outside of Japan)
    • Fossil Fighters: Champions (Japan and North America Only)


DSiWare

Nintendo DS

  • List of Years for DSiWare published by Nintendo

Nintendo 3DS

  • Announced for 2012
    • Kid Icarus: Uprising
    • Paper Mario
    • Animal Crossing
    • Luigi's Mansion 2
    • Super Smash Bros. 4
    • LEGO City Stories
    • Fire Emblem
    • Mario Tennis
    • Style Savvy
    • Calchobit
    • Culdcept
    • Shinrei Camera

Nintendo 3DS eShop

Virtual Console 3DS

Other

Web

See also

Platform Systems

  • List of Family Computer games
  • List of NES games
  • List of Super Famicom games
  • List of SNES games

Handheld Systems

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