Roms For SNES


ROM Name Summary
2020 Super Baseball Taking the sport of baseball to the future, 2020 Super Baseball plays with a variety of new rules and abilities with teams composed of both cybernetically-enhanced humans and robotic machines.
3 Ninjas Kick Back A ninja-themed video game based on the 1994 movie of the same name. Three ninja brothers must retrieve a stolen dagger.
3ji no Wide Shou Wide Cross
3x3 Eyes - Juuma Houkan A side-scrolling action, adventure game for the Super Famicom based on the long-running manga 3x3 Eyes.
3x3 Eyes - Seima Kourinden 3x3 Eyes: Seima Kourinden is a Japanese role-playing game for the Super Famicom (SNES) based on the 3x3 Eyes manga and anime.
4 Nin Shougi A Switch entry of Nippon Ichi's Logic Mahjong Souryuu series of riichi mahjong games.
7th Saga, The Seven heroes on a quest to collect seven runes to save the world.
90 Minutes - European Prime Goal A Namco-developed soccer game for the SNES. Originally called Prime Goal 3, this was the first in the series to be localized for Europe.
A.S.P. Air Strike Patrol Air Strike Patrol is an isometric, tactical jet fighter shoot 'em up developed by Opus for the SNES. It was released in Europe by System 3 Software, where it was known as Desert Fighter.
A&S NES Hacks A visual novel that tells different stories that occur around the same time, developed by Moonstone & Circus for the PC. The game also received ports for the Dreamcast, PlayStation, PlayStation 2 and Android devices.
AAAHH!!! Real Monsters Based on the '90s Nickelodeon cartoon of the same name, players control a trio of young monsters-in-training as they venture out to the human world to evaluate their ability to terrify the population.
ABC Monday Night Football A football game based on the long-running TV show of the same name. The game lacked any NFL licensing, so the team names are all fictitious.
Accele Brid Accele Brid is a behind-the-back shooter starring three large robots, released only in Japan for the SNES in 1993.
Ace wo Nerae! A tennis game for the Super Famicom based on the 1970s manga and anime of the same name.
ACME Animation Factory An art tool and video game for the Super Nintendo which contains a number of different utilities for creating animations, music and artwork featuring the Looney Tunes.