Roms For SNES


ROM Name Summary
Arcade's Greatest Hits - The Atari Collection 1 A collection of six Atari Arcade games, rereleased for consoles.
Arcana An amnesiac tarot prodigy is asked to investigate the murder of a countess's husband.
Archer MacLean's Dropzone The sequel to the 1984 game Dropzone. As well as a graphical overhaul, the game now also features bosses and power-ups.
Arcus Spirits The third game in the Arcus Series of isometric action RPGs. Originally released on the Sharp X68000, the game was ported to the Sega Genesis and Super Nintendo.
Ardy Lightfoot A mascot platformer that was developed by ASCII, published my Titus and was released in 1993 in Japan and 1994 for Europe and North America.
Aretha A Japanese role-playing game originally released for the Super Famicom in 1993. It follows a trilogy of Aretha RPGs for the Game Boy with a new main character and story.
Aretha II - Ariel no Fushigi na Tabi A Japan-exclusive turn-based RPG game for the Super Famicom and Game Boy.
Arkanoid - Doh It Again A SNES exclusive entry for Taito's sci-fi Breakout-inspired series. The enigmatic DOH once again makes trouble for the crew of the Arkanoid.
Arkanoid NES - Converted by POPC0RN (NES Hack) 8-bit NES classic games with new twists and challenges.
Art of Fighting SNK's second foray into the fighting game genre, known for its dedicated linear story, camera zooming effect (allowing for large character sprites in close-range combat), and the introduction of a gauge that depletes when certain moves are used.
Asahi Shinbun Rensai - Katou Ichi-Ni-San Shougi - Shingiryuu An educational shogi game for the Super Famicom endorsed by one of Japan's major national newspapers and a professional 9th Dan player.
Asameshimae Nyanko Reversi-based puzzle game released in 1994 for the Super Famicom. Instead of Go pieces, the game uses blue and pink cats.
Ashita no Joe A boxing game based on a critically-acclaimed dramatic manga. It is the follow-up to Legend of Success Joe for the Neo Geo.
Asterix European exclusive platformer starring the indomitable Gaul, Astérix. It was released on all three Nintendo platforms of 1993: NES, Game Boy and SNES. US releases were planned but canceled.
Asterix & Obelix A side-scrolling platformer for the SNES based on the series of French comics about an indomitable Gaul village and the antagonistic Roman Empire.