PSP, PS, NDS, GBA, SNES, N64, Wii, GameCube, NES, GBC, Genesis, DreamCast
Game Gear, GB, WSC/WS, Atari 2600, PCE, SMS, NGP, MSX, MSX 2
Game Supported: PS2, MAME, Neo Geo, C64
Top 100 Games Ranking List for SNES(Super Nintendo).
The Top Rated SNES(Super Nintendo) Games.
SNES(Super Nintendo) Games Ranking List
1. Chrono Trigger
2. The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past
Venture back to Hyrule and an age of magic and heroes. The predecessors of Link and Zelda face monsters on the march when a menacing magician takes over the kingdom. Only you can prevent his evil plot from shattering the land of Hyrule.
3. Super Mario All-Stars / Super Mario World
The All-Star Magic of Mario Keeps on Going
Revisit the magic and fun of the classic Super Mario Bros. Series on your Super NES! Play through Super Mario World plus all the great Super Mario Bros. games for the NES have been powered up with 16-bit graphics and sound and collected on one super game pak.
- Super Mario All-Stars + Super Mario World (Europe) SNES
- Super Mario All-Stars + Super Mario World (USA) SNES
4. Final Fantasy III
Ages ago, evil beings created powerful creatures called Espers, and unleashed them against each other. The resulting battles left their world a smoldering rubble. Legend has it, the Espers destroyed themselves and most of humanity. Magic disappeared forever.
5. Super Mario World
Mario’s off on his biggest adventure ever, and this time he’s brought along a friend. Yoshi the dinosaur teams up with Mario to battle Bowser, who has kidnapped Princess Toadstool once again. Guide Mario and Yoshi through nine peril-filled worlds to the final showdown in Bowser’s castle.
6. Super Metroid
Take on a legion of Space Pirates and a new Metroid force as you forge into the covert underworld of Planet Zebes! It’s up to you and Samus to recapture the long-surviving Metroid hatchling before evil hands unleash its energy. An army of ominous creatures are poised for battle at every turn of Zebes’ twisted, threatening passageways..
7. Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars
Mario returns in this incredible new role-playing adventure! His latest rival is Smithy, a menacing creature who causes fear and treachery in the Mushroom Kingdom. Mario must recover seven stars and repair the Star Road before he can make his way to Bowser’s castle for a final confrontation with Smithy.
- Super Mario RPG – Legend Of The Seven Stars (USA) SNES
- Super Mario RPG (V1.1) (NG-Dump Known) (Japan) SNES
8. Fire Emblem: Seisen no Keifu
Fire Emblem: Seisen no Keifu is a Strategy game, developed by Intelligent Systems and published by Nintendo, which was released in Japan in 1996.
9. Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy’s Kong Quest
Okay kid, wipe that drool off your chin and listen up if you really want to learn something about this game. Sure, it’s got newfangled computer graphics and what Diddy calls stereo sound that “rocks heavily and with little resistance!” BUT, the game play?
10. Super Mario All-Stars
The All-Star Magic of Mario Continues!
Revisit the magic and fun of the classic Super Mario Bros. series on your Super NES! All the great Super Mario Bros. games for the NES have been powered up with 16-bit graphics and sound and collected on one super game pak.
Intergalactic terror stikes the small town of Onett as a blazing extraterrestrial object crashes in the night! The earth now faces imminent destruction by the universal evil threat known as Giygas!
Armed with a cracked baseball bat, a cookie and an ATM card, a courageous boy named Ness vows to save the planet from hideous destruction.
12. Mega Man X
Near the end of his life, Dr. Light succeeds in creating the first of a new series of robots which will change the world. Able to think and make decisions, this new robot holds great danger as well as great possibilities. Fearful of the possible consequences of unleashing his creation on the world, Dr. Light decides to seal him in a capsule and test his systems until they are totally reliable. The future will have to decide his fate…
A boy’s curiosity triggers events that leads to the resurrection of life to this planet.
In the distant past, a calamitous struggle between light and dark took place on this planet. The clash of the two opposing powers scoured the planet’s surface entirely of life, and those two forces fell into a deep sleep…
- Terranigma (Europe) (USA) SNES
- Terranigma (Europe) SNES
- Terranigma (France) SNES
- Terranigma (Germany) SNES
- Terranigma (S) (USA) SNES
- Tenchi Souzou (Chinese Hack) (USA) SNES
- Tenchi Souzou (Japan) SNES
14. Super Mario World 2: Yoshi’s Island
Yoshi returns to save Baby Mario in this sequel to Super Mario World!
The Evil Magikoopa, Kamek, is out to kidnap Baby Mario! In this sequel to Super Mario World, you play as Yoshi.
15. Seiken Densetsu 3
Seiken Densetsu 3 is a Role-Playing game, developed and published by SquareSoft, which was released in Japan in 1995.
- Seiken Densetsu 3 (Japan) SNES
- Seiken Densetsu 3 [En By LNF+Neill Corlett+SoM2Freak V1.01] (Japan) SNES
16. Kirby Super Star
Dream Land is under siege again! Our hero, Kirby, returns to instigate a rescue. King Dedede is snatching up Dream Land’s food supply, but he’s not the only one! Dyna Blade, Meta Knight and a slew of other evil baddies are on the loose and wreaking havoc throughout the land.
17. Lufia II: Rise of the Sinistrals
This exciting sequel to the Lufian legend pits monster hunter Maxim and six adventuring companions against the sinister Sinistrals. The story develops into a complex maze, challenging you with big battles, puzzles and loads of surprises.
- Lufia II – Rise Of The Sinistrals (Europe) SNES
- Lufia II – Rise Of The Sinistrals (Germany) SNES
- Lufia II – Rise Of The Sinistrals (H) (USA) SNES
- Lufia II – Rise Of The Sinistrals (S) (USA) SNES
- Lufia II – Rise Of The Sinistrals (USA) SNES
- Estpolis Denki 2 (Japan) SNES
18. Final Fantasy II
In the kingdom of Baron, powerful airships rule the skies. At the head of this elite fighting force is Cecil, Captain of the Red Wings, As our adventure begins, Cecil and his squadron are ordered to steal a powerful crystal from a rival kingdom. Upon their return, Cecil questions the King’s orders and is stripped of his command.
19. Donkey Kong Country
Donkey Kong is back with a new sidekick, Diddy Kong, in a crazy island adventure! Challenged by the crazed tribe of reptilian Kremlings, they endeavor to get back their stolen banana horde! Armed with lightning-quick moves, chest-pounding muscle and awesome aerial acrobatics, our duo is ready to face their cunning adversaries. With the help of Donkey Kong’s quirky family and his wild animal mounts, they squabble and scamper their way through the unending monkey mayhem.
20. Tetris Attack
The Tetris sensation has landed at Yoshi’s Island. Kamek and Bowser await to test your dexterity with a demanding race of strategic moves in this exciting new contest. As the stack of perplexing panels rises from the bottom, think fast to counteract the merciless enemy attack dropping in from above.
21. Secret of Mana
There is one force in the universe that keeps good and evil in perfect balance. It is called the tree of Mana. But a magic sword has tricked a young warrior into upsetting the balance, spreading evil throughout the land. Thus the warrior must undertake a dangerous journey to find the seeds of the Mana tree which has been hidden for centuries.
- Secret Of Mana (France) SNES
- Secret Of Mana (Germany) SNES
- Secret Of Mana (USA) SNES
- Secret Of Mana (V1.1) (Europe) SNES
- Seiken Densetsu 2 (Japan) SNES
22. Super Street Fighter II
For two years, they have reigned supreme. Twelve of the most gifted fighters from across the world have battled each other in the World Warrior tournament. But the time has come for them to step aside – Now is the time of the New Challengers!
- Super Street Fighter 2 – The New Challengers (Europe) SNES
- Super Street Fighter 2 – The New Challengers (Japan) SNES
- Super Street Fighter II – The New Challengers (USA) SNES
23. Super Game Boy
Play all your Game Boy games on your Super NES in color! Insert your Game Boy Game Pak into the Super Game Boy accessory and watch your game appear on TV, in brilliant colors. Play more than 350 Game Boy titles on your Super NES! Paint your own custom border and choose from 9 pre-programmed designs.
24. Mega Man X2
Just when Mega Man X thought he had brought down all the X-Hunters, several months later an uprising moves from within an abandoned factory. While 8 all-new X-Hunters occupy Mega Man X, a triple threat plots to resurrect a secret weapon that is all too familiar!
25. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles IV: Turtles in Time
Sunday evening. You’re sitting around the sewer watching your main reported, April O’Neil do a live remote from the Statue of Liberty. Then it happens. A humungoso flying android screams out of the sky and rips Lady Liberty from her foundation, sending hundreds of freaked out tourists into the harbor below.
- Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles IV – Turtles In Time (Europe) SNES
- Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – Turtles In Time (Japan) SNES
- Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles IV – Turtles In Time (USA) SNES
26. Final Fantasy IV
Four elemental Crystals, each possessing awesome power, lie scattered throughout the realm. However, men are quick to covet things which offer strength, and easily corrupted by the might which they possess. Seduced by the promised power of the Crystals, the kingdom of Baron begins employing unprovoked force to seize them from peaceful nations.
Versions: Final Fantasy IV (Japan) SNES
27. Super Castlevania IV
A century of Transylvanian tranquility is about to come to a shocking end. Once again the mortifying screams of helpless villagers shake the ground as they huddle against new nightmarish horrors unleashed by the Duke of Darkness, Count Dracula. And this time he has a tombstone with your name on it, Simon Belmont.
28. Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong’s Double Trouble
Revisit Donkey Kong Island and join the Kong family for their latest adventure. The Kremlings have a mysterious new leader named KAOS and are up to their usual mischief, even capturing Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong. Now it’s up to Dixie Kong and the newest Kong, a giant infant named Kiddy, to rescue the two missing apes.
- Super Donkey Kong 3 (V1.1) (Japan) SNES
- Donky Kong Country 3 – Dixie Kong’s Double Trouble (USA) SNES
29. Contra III: The Alien Wars
Welcome to 2636, the year the Notorious One gets even, with an unprecendented alien onsalught orchestrated to push 16-bit technology and its commandos to their ultimate reaches.
Plunge through a molten hot massacre on a high speed voyage to the guts of the archenemy alien.
- Contra III – The Alien Wars (USA) SNES
- Contra Spirits (Japan) SNES
- Super Probotector – The Alien Rebels (Europe) SNES
30. Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3
Enter the world of ULTIMATE Mortal Kombat 3 and discover what awaits you…
-23 immediately playable Fighters and 2 Bosses. Meet up with some old adversaries. Think you know them? Guess again.
31. Tales of Phantasia
Tales of Phantasia is a Role-Playing game, developed by Wolf Team and published by Namco, which was released in Japan in 1995.
32. Final Fantasy V
The Wind Crystal shatters…
The winds fail. Ships stand still, unable to fill their sails. The world races to its end. Unless a handful of heroes can protect the remaining crystals, the world will fall into ruin. Set off on a grand adventure in the finest version of FINAL FANTASY V ever released!
Versions: Final Fantasy V (Japan) SNES
33. Mega Man X3
Mega Man X and his trusty partner Zero have a new force to reckon with. Who or what has caused a riot of Mavericks to break out in the experimental utopia known as Doppler Town?
34. Ogre Battle: The March of the Black Queen
It’s been nearly a quarter of a century since the Zetegenian Empire first conqured the Kingdoms of Zenobia with a wrath of fear and bloodshed. You are the leader of a band of rebels who have fought to preserve the last shred of honor in this desperate time of treachery.
35. Breath of Fire II
The incredible sequel to the best-selling RPG hit Breath of Fire is here! You are the last member of the Dragon clan, fighting to rid the world of a growing evil. A cast of unusual and exciting companions joins you in your adventures across a wondrous land full of magic and mystery.
- Breath Of Fire II (Europe) SNES
- Breath Of Fire II (USA) SNES
- Breath Of Fire II (V1.1) (NP) (Japan) SNES
Disoriented and confused, you are forced into a race against time, technology and termination. Running in the shadows and cracks between the Megaplexes, survival depends on your wits, your weapons and your wayward companions. Plunge into the dark side of the future, where technology and magic become one, where devolution and destruction are a way of life. Plunge into Shadowrun.
- Shadowrun (Europe) SNES
- Shadowrun (Germany) SNES
- Shadowrun (Japan) SNES
- Shadowrun (SW) (USA) SNES
- Shadowrun (USA) SNES
37. Super Mario Kart
The Super Mario GoKart Park is open for tons of racing fun! Hit the track with Mario, Luigi, Yoshi and the Princess. Get tough and lock fenders with Donkey Kong, Jr. and Bowser. Even Toad and Koopa Troopa will mix it up in an all-out quest for the Gold Cup! Race head-to-head with a friend or challenge the computer in great, split-screen, Mode 7 graphics.
38. Star Ocean
Star Ocean is a Role-Playing game, developed by Tri-Ace and published by Enix Corporation, which was released in Japan in 1996.
Versions: Star Ocean (Japan) SNES
39. Rock N’ Roll Racing
Yeah! With music and engines scream’N, you pick your car, driver and weapons, then slam it into gear. With world-famous race announcer Larry “Supermouth” Huffman at the mike and some of the greatest Rock N’ Roll music of all time setting the tone
40. Super Punch-Out!!
The mega-selling sports series is a knockout on Super NES!
Slug your way through the grueling and sweat-pounding matches of the Minor, Major, and World Circuits. Dodge bone-bruising punches and dance to the top of the supreme Special Circuit.
41. Demon’s Crest
The demon realm is peaceful until six wondrous stones fall from the sky. Each stone represents a portion of the Demon’s Crest. When united, the stones of the Demon’s Crest bring the user ultimate power over demons and humans.
These stones were so highly sought that civil war broke out in the realm.
42. Street Fighter II Turbo
They’re back and they’re badder than ever! Faster, stronger and with all new moves, twelve of the greatest fighters from across the globe are ready to do battle! Choose your champion and get ready for the big brawl as they try to earn the right to battle M. Bison for the title.
- Street Fighter II Turbo (Japan) SNES
- Street Fighter II Turbo (USA) SNES
- Street Fighter II Turbo (V1.1) (Europe) SNES
43. Sunset Riders
You’re the fastest gun in the West and a bounty hunter voted most popular by the Dodge City Undertaker’s Union. But look what’s waiting to knock you off your high horse:
Shotgun blast for shotgun blast, this game features the same 7 levels you had a showdown with at the arcade. Doesn’t that make your trigger finger itch like crazy?!
44. Harvest Moon
City kids of all ages will want to take in the natural beauty and breathe the fresh country air in this fascinating farming simulation game. Harvest Moon gives you the chance to experience first-hand the down-to-earth goodness of life on a farm.
- Harvest Moon (Europe) SNES
- Harvest Moon (Germany) SNES
- Harvest Moon (USA) SNES
- Bokujou Monogatari (V1.1) (NP) (Japan) SNES
45. Street Fighter Alpha 2
The bad boys from the Street Fighter series are back for more fisticuffs of fury! Eighteen different combatants, some old and some new, are here to lay claim to the title “World’s Best.” Screamin’ moves like Ken’s Dragon Punch, Adon’s Jaguar Tooth and M. Bison’s Somersault Skull Driver will blow you away!
- Street Fighter Alpha 2 (Europe) SNES
- Street Fighter Alpha 2 (USA) SNES
- Street Fighter Zero 2 (Japan) SNES
46. R-Type III
The Evil Bydo Empire seeks to wipe out our species, and you’re the only one who can stop the assault. As the last pilot on Earth, you must fly the untested R-90 against the Evil Bydo. Along the way, you can earn force pods (Round Force, Shadow Force, and Cyclone Force) that equip your vessel with different sets of weapons. Blast your way through intense levels filled with enemy inhabitants, large bosses, and challenging obstacles.
- R-Type 3 (Japan) SNES
- R-Type III – The Third Lightning (USA) SNES
- R-Type 3 (21451) (Europe) SNES
- R-Type 3 (5711) (Europe) SNES
47. U.N. Squadron
Soar to glory in a high-tech aircraft! The Evil Project 4 has torn freedom from the people of Aslan. Mercenaries control the entire country, except for a tiny airfield. But this field is headquarters for the best fighter pilots in the world — UN Squadron!
48. Illusion of Gaia
Journey into the dark side of an ancient civilization.
Radiating an ominous light in its path, the Chaos Comet threatens the existence of the planet. Battles erupt and a tentative peace is returned to the lands. Danger lurks as the Chaos Comet orbits and dreadful beasts lie awaiting.
- Illusion Of Gaia (Japan) SNES
- Illusion Of Gaia (USA) SNES
- Illusion Of Time (Europe) SNES
- Illusion Of Time (France) SNES
- Illusion Of Time (Germany) SNES
- Illusion Of Time (S) (USA) SNES
49. Bahamut Lagoon
Bahamut Lagoon is a Strategy game, developed and published by SquareSoft, which was released in Japan in 1996.
Versions: Bahamut Lagoon (Japan) SNES
50. Kirby’s Dream Land 3
Kirby, Dream Land’s resident hero (and everyone’s favorite puffball), must once again save the day when the mischievous King Dedede starts causing trouble. Kirby must travel through an assortment of levels, battling an exotic array of enemies (both new and familiar) determined to stop him from completing his mission.
51. Secret of Evermore
In Dr. Sidney Ruffleberg’s old, decaying mansion, a boy and his dog stumble upon a mysterious machine. By sheer accident they are propelled into Evermore, a one-time utopia that now has become a confounding and deadly world. A world of prehistoric jungles, ancient civilizations, medieval kingdoms and futuristic cities.
- Secret Of Evermore (Europe) SNES
- Secret Of Evermore (France) SNES
- Secret Of Evermore (Germany) SNES
- Secret Of Evermore (S) (USA) SNES
- Secret Of Evermore (USA) SNES
52. Top Gear
This is it. The race of your life. Head to head. Nose to nose. Flag to flag for the championship of the world. And only your best friend – or your worst enemy – stands in your way as you chase each other around 32 fiendishly tricky racetracks scattered from Paris to Rio.
Long ago, you and your people built a peaceful land. Since then, your world has been taken over and inhabited by the evil Tanzra and his Guardians. Your once-tranquil land has become a breeding ground for monsters, Injured, you have retreated to your Sky Palace and have fallen into a deep sleep.
- Act Raiser (Europe) SNES
- Act Raiser (France) SNES
- Act Raiser (Germany) SNES
- Act Raiser (Japan) SNES
- Act Raiser (USA) SNES
54. Soul Blazer
Money… The root of all evil.
King Magridd sold out.
Obsessed with the desire for wealth, he cut a dastardly deal with the ruler of evil. Now the Freil Empire is in shambles and you are chosen to save it. Free the kingdom’s captive souls.
- Soul Blader (Japan) SNES
- Soul Blazer (France) SNES
- Soul Blazer (Germany) SNES
- Soul Blazer (USA) SNES
55. Final Fight 3
Following the defeat and subsequent disappearance of the Mad Gear Gang, a small group known only as Skull Cross is responsible for a new uprising of vandalism, terrorism and death. The government of Metro City is at a complete loss.
56. Mortal Kombat 3
Get ready for the fight of your life! 14 Selectable Fighters – including 8 new characters, 2 new bosses and 1 fighter hidden within the game! Watch out for this dude! 32 Megs – the most ever for a Mortal Kombat game! 12 new 3D rendered moving backgrounds to keep you jumping.
57. Zombies Ate My Neighbors
Hey, where’s that scary music coming from? Yikes! It’s Zombies Ate My Neighbors, where you appear in every demented horror flick ever to make you hurl ju-jubes! What are two wholesome teenage stars doing in a 16-bit game like this? Trying to save the nice neighbors, cheerleaders and babies from a fate worse than polyester! Who could put this slice of suburbia in such goose-pimply behavior?
58. Killer Instinct
Don’t wait in endless arcade lines to play–Killer Instinct comes to Super NES with action, graphics and sound that annihilates all other combat games!
59. Mortal Kombat II
Nothing, NOTHING can prepare you — ALL the fierce Kombatants of the #1 arcade smash gather for Mortal Kombat®II, a battle to defeat the shape-shifting demon Shang Tsung™ and his ruthless master, Shao Kahn™. Brutal special moves, Friendships, Babalities, hidden surprises, crushing combos, and outrageous finishing moves — All yours to kommand. Let the Kombat Kontinue…
- Mortal Kombat II (Japan) SNES
- Mortal Kombat II (V1.0) (USA) SNES
- Mortal Kombat II (V1.1) (Europe) SNES
The future of racing is here! F-ZERO, an intergalaxtic Grand Prix, uses machines that weigh more than a ton, reach dash speeds of over 500km/h and hover a mere twelve inches off the ground! Choose from the heroic Captain Falcon, or the suave, Dr. Stuart. Need more choices? Then try the sly alien, Pico or the not-so-honest Samurai Goroh, and race for intergalactic fame and fabulous fortune in the F-ZERO Grand Prix.
61 The Lost Vikings
It’s just another cool day of Nordic seafaring and pillaging when Erik the Swift, Baleog the Fierce and Olaf the Stout are suddenly sucked into an alien spaceship. And only you can help them find their way home.
- Lost Vikings, The – Viking No Daimeiwaku (Japan) SNES
- Lost Vikings, The (Europe) SNES
- Lost Vikings, The (Germany) SNES
- Lost Vikings, The (S) (USA) SNES
- Lost Vikings, The (USA) SNES
Start with a fledgling town (you name it yourself) and build it into a metropolis. Or, take on the challenge of rescuing a city overwhelmed with problems. Either way, taxes, zoning, crime, transportation, education, fire control, and other critical issues are in your hands. Time is passing, and every decision you make has a future consequence.
- Sim City (Europe) SNES
- Sim City (France) SNES
- Sim City (Germany) SNES
- Sim City (Japan) SNES
- Sim City (USA) SNES
63. Star Fox
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.
- Star Fox (Japan) SNES
- Star Fox (V1.2) (USA) SNES
- Starwing (Germany) SNES
- Starwing (V1.1) (Europe) SNES
64. Mega Man 7
Dr. Wily’s crusade to rule the world ends abruptly at the hands of Mega Man, so what’s a villain to do? Create a diversion and break out of prison! Mega Man has his hands full as 4 gigantic machines exit Dr. Wily’s lab to ravage the city, but… who is behind this new plot as Wily sits behind bars?
65. Gradius III
The gentle Gradians thought they were cured of Bacterion’s contemptible curse after generation of germ-free living. Guess again. That wretched fiend is once again wreaking havoc on Gradius and the surrounding planets. It’s your destiny to put an end to it. Unless maybe you think life as an amoeba would be pleasant!
66. NBA Jam
BOOMSHAKALAKA! Jam home the #1 arcade phenomenon! From outrageous Tomahawk jams to wild full-court shots, you control the super moves, amazing blocks and awesome slam dunks of 54 of the NBA’s hottest stars! Ultra-realistic digitized graphics and play-by-play. 4-player adaptable for true arcade competition. NBA JAM puts you on the court and above the rim!
67. Earthworm Jim 2
Two times two is four! Too much to list, but keep reading:
From Evil the Cat’s ‘Circus of the Scars’ to the planet of Meat, join Jim on a madcop chase across the galaxy. Saving cows, thwarting lawyers and outsmarting Psy-Crow are all in a day’s work for Jim. Are you up to the challenge?
Mysterious aliens have invaded the Earth-like planet of Corliss, slowly draining the planet’s resources. Take control of the prototype Axelay ship and use its wide range of advanced weaponry to battle enemy forces. Play through multiple stages of action –from other planets to space stations
69. E.V.O.: Search for Eden
The dawn of time…You are one of the first creatures to inhabit the earth! There were no peace treaties back in the early days, just your character in a jaw-clamping, teeth-flying, survival of the fittest, right to live.
70. Breath of Fire
In a distant land, peace was maintained for thousands of years by a fearful dragon clan who could transform into powerful monsters. One day they discovered a goddess who could fulfill their every wish. Greed split the clan into Dark and Light Dragons, each battling the other to win her magic.
71. The Legend of the Mystical Ninja
A curse has stricken the village of Horo-Horo. Their beloved princess has vanished. And without her powers, a plague of giant locusts will ravage the helpless. Talk about sick!
- Legend Of The Mystical Ninja, The (Europe) SNES
- Legend Of The Mystical Ninja, The (Germany) SNES
- Legend Of The Mystical Ninja, The (Germany) SNES
- Legend Of The Mystical Ninja, The (USA) SNES
- Ganbare Goemon – Yukihime Kyusyutu Emaki (V1.2) (Japan) SNES
72. Super Bomberman 2
Aliens set on world domination have sent a team of evil cyborgs to confront the mighty Bomberman! Our hero fights valiantly to no avail as the cyborgs, known as the Five Bad Bombers, succeed in capturing him. With Bomberman trapped in an underground prison, the aliens are free to carry out their evil plans with little opposition.
73. The Magical Quest Starring Mickey Mouse
Pluto has disappeared and his pal Mickey is hot on his trail! But evil Emperor Pete won’t make it easy. He’s snatched poor Pluto and hidden him deep within his dungeon. Now, Mickey must summon his courage and begin a treacherous trek through Emperor Pete’s magical world to rescure his chum before it’s too late!
- Magical Quest Starring Mickey Mouse, The (Beta) (USA) SNES
- Magical Quest Starring Mickey Mouse, The (Europe) SNES
- Magical Quest Starring Mickey Mouse, The (USA) SNES
- Mickey No Magical Adventure (V1.1) (Japan) SNES
74. Super Bomberman
What A Blast!
Let the games began with Super Bomberman! Invite your friends and family to join you in bombastic action!
75. Disney’s Aladdin
For years, Jafar, the Sultan’s evil advisor has sought a magic treasure – a single lamp that holds the key to the greatest power in the world. With this goal in sight, Jafar learns that only one person in the world can claim the magic lamp from the dreaded Cave of Wonders – one whose rags hide a heart that is pure – a diamond in the rough!
Join Aladdin and his pet monkey Abu, as they race through the marketplace toward their date with destiny.
- Aladdin (Europe) SNES
- Aladdin (France) SNES
- Aladdin (Germany) SNES
- Aladdin (Japan) SNES
- Aladdin (USA) SNES
76. Super Ghouls ‘n Ghosts
You are Arthur, the boldest bladesman alive. You are caught in a dangerous quest! Fiendish foes and grim demons are about to hurl disaster your way!
77. X-Men: Mutant Apocalypse
For years, the tiny island nation of Genosha has enslaved its mutant population while the rest of the world has turned a blind eye. Now, as the situation turns bleak, Professor Charles Xavior is stunned to find the true force lurking behind the Genoshan government.
- X-Men – Mutant Apocalypse (USA) SNES
- X-Men Mutant Apocalypse (Europe) SNES
- X-Men Mutant Apocalypse (Japan) SNES
78. Disney’s Goof Troop
Set sail for adventure with the Goof Troop!
It’s a great day for fishing and Goofy just caught a boatload of trouble! Pete and PJ have been kidnapped by pirates and Goofy and Max must row to their rescue. It’s hilarious hijinks on the high seas as they trail the pirates to Spoonerville Island and bumble through the jungle to free their pals from the notorious Keelhaul Pete!
- Goof Troop (Europe) SNES
- Goof Troop (France) SNES
- Goof Troop (Germany) SNES
- Goof Troop (Japan) SNES
- Goof Troop (USA) SNES
79. Earthworm Jim
Jim wasn’t always a studly super-worm. He was once just a spineless, dirt eater with no real mission in life… Then a cosmic twist of fate placed him in control of an ultra-high-tech-indestructible-super-space-cyber-suit. Now Jim must make it to Princess-What’s-Her-Name by staying clear of Psy-Crow, the intergalactic bounty hunter, until the final battle with Queen Slug-for-a-Butt.
80. Lufia & the Fortress of Doom
The Sinistrals, four masters of Doom, arrived in this land on their floating island 100 years ago. You will begin your quest by traveling through time to join in a tremendous battle against them–and you will determine the outcome. When you return to present time, you and Lufia, your companion, must join forces with two others to prevent the Sinistrals from regaining control of your world.
81. Batman Returns
One oversized bird and one stinky cat are out to take control of this urban jungle. Only you, as Batman, possess the power to stop the sinister plots of The Penguin and Catwoman!
82. Mario Paint
Mario Paint lets you draw, paint, animate and compose music! Creation! Imagination is your only limit with an amazing variety of drawing tools. Animation! Add exciting dimension by creating moving animation with up to 9 frame sequences. Orchestration! Compose your own songs by selecting from over 15 different musical sounds and the entire scale of notes. Coordination!
83. Super Star Wars: Return of the Jedi
Join the Rebellion and crush the Death Star in a giant 16-meg universe filled with all the action and adventure of the Star Wars® finale. The command of five different characters– from Wicket the Ewok to Princess Leia–and go up against the Empire’s worst, from Jabba the Hutt to the Emperor himself! This is it! You’re going to need every ounce of Force you’re got in you.
- Super Star Wars – Return Of The Jedi (Europe) SNES
- Super Star Wars – Return Of The Jedi (Japan) SNES
- Super Star Wars – Return Of The Jedi (V1.1) (USA) SNES
Are you ready to earn your wings at the most exclusive flight school in the world? Then report immediately to the secret Pilotwings Flight Club, where your training begins! You’ll see the ground twist beneath you as you jump from your plane and attempt a precision skydive (don’t forget to pull your rip cord!).
85. Final Fight 2
It’s Mad Gear Madness! They’re back stronger than ever and they want revenge. With a new mysterious leader they plan to dominate the entire world. This time they’ve kidnapped Genryusai and his daughter Rena.
86. Castlevania: Dracula X
Rising up from his eternal sleep, Count Dracula is back again to battle the descendants of the great vampire-stalking Belmont family of the Castlevania series. He has summoned his dark minions-Cerberus, Minaurus, and the Salamander-to bring a reign of terror on the land.
87 Spider-Man & Venom: Maximum Carnage
Only one maniacal madman can force Spider-Man to unite with his sinister, arch-nemesis Venom: CARNAGE! His deadly rampage is tearing New York City apart! Only wild web-slinging maneuvers, crushing combat moves and Super Hero allies can save the city from total obliteration! It’s maximum mayhem! It’s Maximum Carnage! Paint the town red!
88. Kirby’s Dream Course
Scan the course and check out the obstacles ahead. Get ready for the most surprising game play imaginable in Kirby’s battle against King Dedede!
89. Battletoads & Double Dragon
When a battle-cruiser the size of a city called the Colossus smashes out of the moon, its laser cannon glowing menacingly, you can bet it ain’t gonna be makin’ no socian calls…
- Battletoads & Double Dragon – The Ultimate Team (Europe) SNES
- Battletoads & Double Dragon – The Ultimate Team (USA) SNES
90. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Tournament Fighters
Trash the surf board and heave the ‘za. It’s a whole new breed of Turtles and they’re fixated on fighting. We’re dead serious, Tournament Fighters takes dude-on-dude demolition to new heights of intensity with 4 modes of pain-producing battles, deadly warriors, secret arenas, astounding graphics and sound effects that’ll make you cringe!
- Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles – Tournament Fighters (Europe) SNES
- Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – Mutant Warriors (Japan) SNES
- Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – Tournament Fighters (USA) SNES
91 Super Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back
Pursued across the galaxy, and your Rebel Forces now marshall new strength on the remote ice world of Hoth. Although tracked by probe droids, attacked by ice monster, and confronted by an army of gigantic Imperial Walkers, you must not give in. You are the Alliance’s only hope. Learn the ways of the Force, then test your skills in this fast-paced, action-packed sequel to the high game, Super Star Wars®.
- Super Star Wars – Empire Strikes Back (Europe) SNES
- Super Star Wars – Empire Strikes Back (Japan) SNES
- Super Star Wars – The Empire Strikes Back (V1.1) (USA) SNES
92. Tiny Toon Adventures: Buster Busts Loose!
It’s just like a real cartoon, except you’re the main character!
But be warned. Accept the role of Buster Bunny, and your tail will be on the line against Calamity Coyote, Elmyra, Dizzy Devil, Dr. Gene Splicer, Montana Max and gazillions of other 16 bit bullies craving a pot of Hasenpfeffer stew. Gulp!
93. Super Star Wars
Join Luke, Han and Chewbacca in their fierce war against the evil Empire. Battle treacherous aliens. Pilot two vehicles in high-speed, first-person, 3-D sequences. Fight your way through the wastelands of Tatooine to the hostile streets of Mos Eisley and beyond.
- Super Star Wars (22563) (USA) SNES
- Super Star Wars (31438) (USA) SNES
- Super Star Wars (Europe) SNES
- Super Star Wars (Japan) SNES
94. Kirby’s Avalanche
AVALANCHE! The call is heard in the hills and valley throughout Dream Land! The people of the country hold their breath in wonder. The First Annual Dream Land’s Avalanche Competition has begun!
95. Super Double Dragon
The two greatest martial arts heroes of all time are back — in SUPER DOUBLE DRAGON, an all-new adventure with awesome new moves, impossible new missions, and a hair-raising new cast of enemies!
96. The Lion King
You think you want to be King? Get real. You’re starting life as Simba, the cub. To survive and grow into a powerful adult lion, you must perfect your savage pounce, reckless roar and master fighting with all four paws. If you survive the challenge, you’ll grow into a strong, ferocious adult lion.
97. Super R-Type
A Galactic Battle Begins!
The BYDO Empire of mutant extra-terrestrials is back with evil intent and awesome power. You’ll feel the heat of their attack as never before with the extra powerful graphics and unbelievable realism of the Super NES. Now the evil Empire is poised to launch a new attack on Earth.
98. Battletoads in Battlemaniacs
When Machiko Tashoku, the daughter of the Pscane Corporation’s head honcho, is abducted by the Pigs of the Apocalypse and forced indignantly into the Gamescape, Zitz leaps into the action fists-a flain!
- Battletoads In Battlemaniacs (Europe) SNES
- Battletoads In Battlemaniacs (Japan) SNES
- Battletoads In Battlemaniacs (USA) SNES
99. Final Fight
Mayor Mike Haggar vows to snatch the streets of Metro City back from the crooks with his bare knuckles! But the Mad Gear Gang snatches his daughter Jessica. Now there’s gonna be some bone-crunching dues to pay!
Welcome to Doom, soldier. Now shut up and start fighting because there’s no time to waste! We’re talking total war against the forces of evil with the only thing standing between civilization and the end of everything as we know it is you — one angry Marine with a handgun and a bad attitude.
101. Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
Don’t look now, because her Hideousness is back and she’s meaner and uglier than ever. This time Rita Repulsa is out to pulverize the Power Rangers once and for all and she’s brought all of her nasty friends along to do the dirty work. But, Jason, Trinl, Billy, Kimberly, and Zack are at their morphing best with the awesome power of the Super NES machine on their side.
- Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (Europe) SNES
- Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (Japan) SNES
- Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (USA) SNES
102. The 7th Saga
The graphics are eye-popping, breath-taking, stunning and unbelievable, not to mention incredible. This is no hack-and-slash, rip-your-guts-out fighter! This is the future of RPGs, right here in your hands! With music this good, you won’t turn the sound off–you’ll turn it up!
103. Final Fantasy: Mystic Quest
The planet is dying. Cold winds blow. Fires rage. Trees are withering. In other words, it’s brutal out there. Only you can stop the Dark King from consuming the light from the Crystals of Earth. But don’t think it’ll be a walk in the park.
104. Mortal Kombat: Competition Edition
The #1 arcade hit is here: from Sub-Zero, Rayden and the rest of the Kombat Warriors to the grueling endurance and intense mirror matches! Execute bone-shattering combos and ferocious finishing moves! Defeat the half human dragon Goro, and destroy the shape-changing Shang Tsung to become the Supreme Mortal Kombat Warrior!
105. Jurassic Park
If the movie shook you, Ocean’s REAL 3-D graphics will blow you away!
This is in-your-face, eyeball-to-eyeball, full-motion 3-D. Wa’re going to put you closer to the main attractions than ever before possible. So close, that when you find yourself staring into the flared nostriles of a famished raptor, you can almost smell his breath.
- Jurassic Park (Europe) SNES
- Jurassic Park (France) SNES
- Jurassic Park (Germany) SNES
- Jurassic Park (Italy) SNES
- Jurassic Park (Japan) SNES
- Jurassic Park (S) (USA) SNES
- Jurassic Park (V1.1) (USA) SNES
106. ActRaiser 2
The Destroyer is back… Amazing graphics, spellbinding music, 100% action adventure, all taking place in a universe of ghouls and furies! Dive into the dream… or the nightmare!
107. Clay Fighter
Sticks and stones might make him groan, but clay really ticks him off! Bad Mister Frosty is the name, and action is the game. Fists and feet will fly (and other parts) as Frosty and his friends smack it out in head-to-head fighting action.
108. Mario is Missing!
Don’t look now, but Bowser’s back, and this time he’s in your world! But where is that mastermind of reptilian trouble doing his dastardly deeds? And what has he done with Mario??
- Mario Is Missing (Europe) SNES
- Mario Is Missing (France) SNES
- Mario Is Missing (Germany) SNES
- Mario Is Missing (USA) SNES