Nintendo Entertainment System / Famicom

(1983 – 2003)
  • SYSTEM
  • Abbreviation: NES
  • Developer: Nintendo
  • Manufacturer: Nintendo
  • Release Date: 1983
  • Type: HOME_CONSOLE
  • Family: NINTENDO
  • Generation: THIRD
  • Year Introduced: 1983
  • Year Discontinued: 2003
  • Games Count: 1456
  • VGDB ID: nes-nintendo-entertainment-system-famicom

This is a list of all unique games that were released for Nintendo Entertainment System / Famicom around the world!

Game Details
10-Yard Fight (Irem, 1985)
1942 (Micronics, November 1986)
1943: The Battle of Midway (Capcom, 1988)
3-D WorldRunner (SquareSoft, 1987)
6 in 1 (MegaSoft, 1992)
720 Degrees (Beam Software, 1989)
8 Eyes (Thinking Rabbit, 1990)
A Boy and His Blob: Trouble on Blobolonia (Imagineering Inc, 1990)
Abadox: The Deadly Inner War (ITL, 1990)
Action 52 (Active Enterprises, 1991)
The Addams Family (Ocean, 1992)
The Addams Family: Pugsley's Scavenger Hunt (Enigma Variations, 1993)
Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: DragonStrike (Westwood Associates, 1992)
Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: Heroes of the Lance (Natsume, 1991)
Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: Hillsfar (SSI, 1993)
Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: Pool of Radiance (Marionette, 1992)
Adventure Island (West One, 1988)
Adventure Island 3 (Hudson, 1992)
Adventure Island II (Now Production, 1991)
The Adventures of Bayou Billy (Konami, 1989)
Adventures of Dino Riki (Hudson, 1989)
The Adventures of Gilligan's Island (Human Entertainment, 1990)
Adventures of Lolo (HAL Labs, 1989)
Adventures of Lolo 2 (HAL Labs, 1990)
Adventures of Lolo 3 (HAL Labs, 1991)
The Adventures of Rad Gravity (Interplay, 1990)
The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle and Friends (Radical Entertainment, 1992)
Adventures of Tom Sawyer (WinkySoft, 1989)
After Burner (Tengen, 1989)
Air Fortress (HAL Labs, 1989)
Airwolf (Beam Software, 1989)
Al Unser Jr.'s Turbo Racing (Data East, 1990)
Alfred Chicken (Twilight Games, 1994)
Alien 3 (Probe Entertainment Limited, 1993)
Alien Syndrome (Sanritsu, 1988)
All-Pro Basketball (Aicom, 1989)
Alpha Mission (SNK, 1987)
Amagon (Aicom, 1989)
American Gladiators (Incredible Technologies, 1991)
Anticipation (Rare Ltd., 1988)
Arch Rivals: A Basket Brawl! (Rare Ltd., 1990)
Archon (Bullet Proof Software, 1989)
Arkanoid (Taito Corporation, 1987)
Arkista's Ring (NMK, 1990)
Astyanax (Jaleco Entertainment, 1990)
Athena (Micronics, 1987)
Athletic World (Human Entertainment, 1987)
Attack of the Killer Tomatoes (Imagineering Inc, 1992)
Baby Boomer (Color Dreams, 1989)
Back to the Future (Beam Software, 1989)
Nintendo Entertainment System / Famicom was officially discontinued in 2003.
It does not, and will not, have any official upcoming games.
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Nintendo Entertainment System (Nintendo, October 18, 1985)
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Family Computer (Nintendo, July 15, 1983)
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Deluxe Set (Nintendo, September 1, 1986)
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Control Deck (Nintendo, 1990)
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Control Deck (Nintendo, 1990)
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Action Set (PlayTronic, 1993)
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Power Set (Nintendo, 1993)
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Action Set (Nintendo, 1990)
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Control Deck (Nintendo, 1990)
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This is a list of all distinct game releases for Nintendo Entertainment System / Famicom!
We define a distinct release as a release of a game that was created for a distinct commercial purpose by the publisher.
Things such as "Collector's Edition", "Player's Choice", "Demo Discs", etc, all have a distinct commerical purpose for why they were created and exist, so they are distinct releases, and are listed here.
Minor variations (e.g. print run differences, minor revisions, etc) of a release that share the same commercial purpose we do not consider "important" enough to be listed as a distinct release - we document minor variations too, but on the individual release page.