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150 MUST-PLAY SNES EXPERIENCES
July 24, 2013
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I have played a lot of SNES since 1991. Most of it was good, some of it was bad, and all of it was a learning experience. But there are some games that are so good in their respective genres that they simply must be played by fans of general gaming.

 

Please do not consider this list as definitive because there is NO SUCH THING ON THIS SYSTEM.I am still mining for good games, and I imagine that all of you are too. The scary part is that WE WILL FIND MORE! We are exploring the endless Ocean.

 

So please consider this my own personal treasure map, put together with years of having the SNES as my primary gaming experience. More senior members will no doubt be aware of many of these, and if there is something that I missed feel free to add it! It could lead other members as well as myself to further SNES enrichment.

 

I hope that this list inspires many google searches! 150 games! GOTTACATCHEMALL!!!!!!!!!!

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July 24, 2013
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Updated 08/10/13

 

1.The Legend Of Zelda: A Link To The Past
2.Super Mario World
3.Super Mario All-Stars
4.Chrono Trigger
5.Super Metroid
6.Super Street Fighter 2: Turbo
7.Final Fantasy 4
8.Final Fantasy 5
9.Final Fantasy 6
10.Super Mario Kart
11.Super Mario RPG: Legend Of The Seven Stars
12.Yoshi’s Island
13.Donkey Kong Country
14.Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy’s Kong Quest
15.Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong’s Double Trouble
16.Earthbound
17.Secret Of Mana
18.Secret Of Mana 2
19.Mega Man X
20.Mega Man X2
21.Mega Man X3
22.Kirby Superstar
23.Kirby’s Dream Land 3
24.Lufia 2: Rise Of The Sinistrals
25.Soul Blazer
26.Illusion Of Gaia
27.Terranigma
28.Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 4: Turtles In Time
29.Super Castlevania 4
30.Contra 3: The Alien Wars
31.Star Fox
32.Star Fox 2
33.Tetris Attack
34.Super Punch-Out!!
35.F-Zero
36.Secret Of Evermore
37.Breath Of Fire 2
38.Harvest Moon
39.Killer Instinct
40.Super Adventure Island 2
41.Zombies Ate My Neighbors
42.Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together
43.Gundam Wing: Endless Duel
44.DoReMi Fantasy
45.Star Ocean
46.The Twisted Tales Of Spike Mcfang
47.ActRaiser
48.Rock N’ Roll Racing
49.NBA Jam: Tournament Edition
50.Uniracers
51.Super Ghouls N’ Ghosts
52.Bahamut Lagoon
53.Space Megaforce
54.Super Bomberman 2
55.Tecmo Super Bowl 3: Final Edition
56.Mortal Kombat 2
57.Super Smash TV
58.SimCity
59.Pilotwings
60.Bust-A-Move
61.Kirby’s Dream Course
62.Umihara Kawase
63.Ken Griffey Jr. Presents Major League Baseball
64.Mario Paint
65.R-Type 3: The Third Lightning
66.NHL 94
67.Sunset Riders
68.Demon’s Crest
69.Super Tennis
70.International Superstar Soccer Deluxe
71.Front Mission
72.U.N Squadron
73.Earthworm Jim
74.Earthworm Jim 2
75.Top Gear
76.Gradius 3 (added by Rushdawg)
77.Wild Guns
78.Cybernator
79.Metal Warriors
80.Axelay
81.Ninja Warriors
82.Final Fight 3
83.King Of The Dragons
84.Kunio’s Jailbreak
85.Parodious Da
86.Macross: Scrambled Valkyrie
87.Flying Hero
88.Sparkster
89.Pop ‘N Twinbee
90.Clock Tower
91.Aerobiz supersonic
92.Skyblazer
93.Aladdin
94.Dragon Quest 5: Hand Of The Heavenly Bride
95.Fire Emblem: Geneaology Of The Holy War
96.Magical Pop’N
97.Legend Of The Mystical Ninja
98.Legend Of The Mystical Ninja 2
99.Equinox
100.Yoshi’s Safari
101.Wonder Project J
102.Battle Clash
103.The Lost Vikings
104.Super Puyo Puyo 2 Remix (Added by MarkTheShark)
105.Tetris And Dr. Mario
106.Tiny Toon Adventures Presents:Byuster Busts Loose
107.E.V.O: The Search For Eden
108.Super Fire Pro Wrestling X Premium
109.Sonic Blast Man 2
110.Worms
111.Plok
112.The Magical Quest Starring Mickey Mouse
113.Super Turrican
114.Super Turrican 2
115.Batman Returns
116.The Adventures Of Batman And Robin
117.Super Bonk 2
118.Sanrio World Smash Ball
119.The Night Of The Sickle Weasel
120.Araknoid: Doh It Again
121.The Firemen
122.King Of Demons
123.Pocky And Rocky
124.Pocky And Rocky 2
125.Operation:Thunderbolt
126.Hagane: The Final Conflict
127.Knights Of The Round
128.Flashback: Quest For Identity
129.Godzilla: Monster War
130.World Heroes 2
131:Fatal Fury Special
132.Lemmings 2: The Tribes
133.Sutte Hakkun
134.Biometal
135.I Love Bikes-Rider’s Spirit
136.Marvelous: Another Treasure Island
137.Xandra’s Big Adventure
138.Brandish 2: The World Buster
139.Romance Of The Three Kingdoms 4: Wall Of Fire
140.New Horizons: Uncharted waters 2
141.Desert Strike
142.Jaki Crush
143.The Chaos Engine
144.R2: Rendering Ranger
145.Magical Pop’N
146.Tae Kwon Do
147.Dragon View
148.Mario And Wario
149.Ghost Chaser Densei
150.Super Empire Strikes Back
151.Joe And Mac:Caveman Ninjas (Added by Rushdawg)
152.Bassin’s Black Bass Starring Hank Parker (Added by Mongunzoo)
153.Mega Man 7 (Added by Rushdawg)
154.Biker Mice From Mars (Added by Rushdawg)
155.Wario’s Woods (Added by RushDawg)
156.Mario Super Picross (Added by HectorVenezula)
157.Meet Tosanoma Alright Number 1! (Added by Mongunzoo)
158.Battle Cross (Added by Mongunzoo)
159.Firepower 2000 (Added by RushDawg)
160.Battletoads and Double Dragon:The Ultimate Team (Added By HectorVenezula)
161.Prehistorik Man (Added by Masamune)
162.Arcana (Added by Mongunzoo)
163.Vegas Stakes (Added by Mongunzoo)
164.Kirby’s Dram Course (Added by JrSuperMoore)
165.Crystal Beans:Dungeon Explorer (Added by GhostSweeper)
166.Psycho Dream (Added byGhostSweeper)
167.Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Tournament Fighter ( Added by GhostSweeper)
168.Ghost Sweeper Mikami (Added by GhostSweeper)
169.Cho Aniki  Bakuretsu Rantō Hen (Added by GhostSweeper)
170.It’s Parodius! From Myth to Laughter (Added by GhostSweeper)
171.Chatting parodius Live! (Added by GhostSweeper)

172.Goof Troop (Added by Rushdawg)

 

 

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July 24, 2013
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That’s quite a list!

 

I was expecting to find a bunch of mediocre games when reading through it, but honestly, most titles are solid.

 

The only one that really sticks out to me as bad is Doom.  Honestly, there’s no reason to play the SNES version of Doom in 2013.

 

That said, here’s a few additions to consider:

  • Gradius III
  • Lufia and the Fortress of Doom
  • Joe & Mac
  • Joe & Mac 2: Lost in the Tropics
  • Congo’s Caper
  • Mega Man 7
  • Wario’s Woods
  • Breath of Fire

 

I could honestly go on and on from there.

 

If you’re willing to extend the list to include “playable games that are worth a look” the list could easily reach 250.

Now playing: SNES - Phalanx, R-Type III, Genesis - Bio Hazard Battle, PS3 - Dragon's Crown

July 25, 2013
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I’m really looking for games that are top of their class on the system. Hence Doom, which is really the best of a really shitty bunch.

 

That said, Doom has quite a few strengths that still make it my favorite of the console ports. No Passwords means that it is a marathon, which has an appeal all it’s own. The SNES sound chip comes through again to produce the absolute BEST version of that awesome Doom soundtrack. finally it is the only console port that allows for mouse support, making the game inanely playable without awkward controls. amazingly enough, I still take it for a spin every once in a while.

 

Gradius 3 is awesome, but has major slowdown that the other shooters do not. A serious question: Does Gradius 3’s slowdown impact it’s awesomeness for you? If your answer is no, then consider it on the list!

 

Joe And Mac is on the list! I have never played Congo’s Caper. Is it as good or better than Joe and Mac? If so we will add it to the list!

 

Mega Man 7 is another I still have yet to play (same with Mega Man and Bass) do these titles hold up to X3 (the most redundant game to me). If so let’s add them to the list!

 

Lufia and BoF 1 are good, but they are so overshadowed by their sequels that it is hard to include them (ditto for Super Bomberman)

 

Please explain Wario’s woods. I have never played it.

 

I will update the list based upon your responses. The goal is to make the ultimate SNES treasure map!

 

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July 25, 2013
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Mongunzoo said
I’m really looking for games that are top of their class on the system. Hence Doom, which is really the best of a really shitty bunch.

 

That said, Doom has quite a few strengths that still make it my favorite of the console ports. No Passwords means that it is a marathon, which has an appeal all it’s own. The SNES sound chip comes through again to produce the absolute BEST version of that awesome Doom soundtrack. finally it is the only console port that allows for mouse support, making the game inanely playable without awkward controls. amazingly enough, I still take it for a spin every once in a while.

 

Gradius 3 is awesome, but has major slowdown that the other shooters do not. A serious question: Does Gradius 3’s slowdown impact it’s awesomeness for you? If your answer is no, then consider it on the list!

 

Joe And Mac is on the list! I have never played Congo’s Caper. Is it as good or better than Joe and Mac? If so we will add it to the list!

 

Mega Man 7 is another I still have yet to play (same with Mega Man and Bass) do these titles hold up to X3 (the most redundant game to me). If so let’s add them to the list!

 

Lufia and BoF 1 are good, but they are so overshadowed by their sequels that it is hard to include them (ditto for Super Bomberman)

 

Please explain Wario’s woods. I have never played it.

 

I will update the list based upon your responses. The goal is to make the ultimate SNES treasure map!

 

You’re obviously a SNES expert, but you’ve admitted in the past that you’re unfamiliar with the libraries of later systems.  Doom 64 and Final Doom on the PS1 blow the SNES Doom out of the water on any every level.  The PC version is arguably better than any console port and any modern PC (or smart phone) can run Doom better than the SNES without breaking a sweat.  The SNES Doom has some value as a novelty (to show off what the Super FX chip can do), though I wouldn’t honestly recommend anyone spend time playing it.  It’s just too inferior compared to so many other versions.

 

Gradius 3 is perhaps the worst culprit when it comes to SNES shooter slowdown.  That said, its still a fantastic experience and stands near the top of the SNES shooter heap (though you could argue the Parodius games may deserve a spot on the list more than it).

 

Mega Man 7 isn’t quite as good as the entries in the X series, though it’s a solid entry into the Classic series.  I’d say it deserves a spot on the list.

 

Wario’s Woods is a puzzle game.  It’s fairly unique in that you control a character (Toad) who runs around the playfield to move the puzzle pieces (unlike most other puzzle games where you just move the pieces themselves).  It’s fairly deep and you can set up some sweet combos once you learn the system.  It’s got a good amount of content (500+ levels, multiple computer opponents to battle, two player modes).  It also showcases some of the Mario universes’ B-list characters; namely Toad, Wario and Birdo.   That said, Toad can be a little tough to control so it loses some points in that regard.  There’s nothing else like it in the puzzle genre and it’s pretty cheap, so I’d call it a must play for its uniqueness alone.

 

Another one I just thought of is Biker Mice from Mars; an excellent racer (based off a crappy cartoon) by Konami.

 

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July 25, 2013
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Meh, I have a similar weakness for another primitive shooter called Zero tolerance on Genesis. That’s Bias and so Doom is off the list. It really doesn’t stand the test of time like the rest, especially to gamers that began in the 5trh generation. The Mouse control is good, but Doom making an appearance on N64 renders that advantage void. Still, awesome soundtrack!

 

Mega Man 7 is on the list!

Gradius 3 Replaces Doom on the list!

Mega Man 7 is on the list!

Wario’s Woods is on the list!

Biker Mice from Mars Is MOST DEFINITELY on the list!

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July 25, 2013
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What about Mario and Wario, a great time wasting puzzle kind of game, and Mario Super Picross the best Picross game

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I have never played Mario Picross!!!! Tell me about it please! What makes it so good?

Mario and Wario is on the list already.

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Picross has numbers on the top and side that indicate how many squares are filled in in the column or row. When it’s all done you make a picture. The SNES has a Wario version that makes the game harder by not penalizing you when you get one wrong so you never know if you’re filling in the wrong spots.

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That sounds like a perfect game for the SNES Mouse.

 

so tell me: Does it use it?

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here’s some gameplay

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I just tested it and it does use the mouse I’ve always used the SNES controller but the mouse works well

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Hell yes! buying this ASAP and putting it on the list!

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It Just Keeps Getting Better!!

 

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What about Battletoads Double Dragon and Battlemaiacs

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If there’s one game I would add, it would be Super Puyo Puyo 2 Remix. It has more training modes(!), a mode that has you fight every opponent in the game in 1 sitting (!!) and best of all, IT EVEN SUPPORTS UP TO 4-PLAYERS WITH A MULTITAP (!!!!!). It’s LEAGUES better than Kirby’s Avalanche (which I heard was a re-skinned Puyo Puyo 1) in terms of content.

 

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July 25, 2013
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Hector,

Great suggestion, though Battlemaniacs is WAY too hard for my tastes (I could never get past the speeder bike level).

 

Mong,

 

I’d suggest just editing the initial post, rather than reposting the list every time there is an update (I have a feeling there’s going to be a lot of updates).

 

I’d like to double down on my suggestion to add Lufia.  True, Lufia 2 outclasses it, but the games do play somewhat differently.  Better still, playing Lufia 2 is greatly enhanced if you’ve already beaten Lufia 1 going into it.  I think it deserves a spot.

 

A couple other suggestions:

 

Street Fighter Alpha 2 – I’m on record as saying that there’s no need to play 16-bit fighters anymore.  That said, the SNES port of Alpha 2 is better than it has any right to be.  Its amongst the system’s best.

 

Firepower 2000 (aka Super SWIV)  – A great vertical shmup where player 1 and player 2 control different vehicles (jeep and helicopter).  Probably the best Western developed shmup of the era.  It’s also noticeable for being much better than the Genesis version (not what you’d expect for a shmup, especially one developed by those MegaDrive-loving Europeans).

 

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July 25, 2013
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Thanks for the suggestion; I will do that and delete the other list entries. Otherwise it will be difficult for people to use as a reference.

 

Super Puyo Puyo 2 remix replaces Kirby’s Avalanche on the list!

 

Hmmmm. I really don’t know about Battletoads In Battlemaniacs or Battletoads and Double Dragon. does anybody out there really enjoy Battletoads or do we all just pretend to because of the great first levels and the novelty? I would hazard a guess not as the games are downright broken even when you know what to do. Since Battlemaniacs is essentially a remake of Battletoads that fixes none of the flaws, I have to say that the SNES gamer is not served well by placing this game on the list.

That said, WHO THE FUCK AM I?!? Am I wrong? Tell me if I am and why, and we may yet see….

 

 

 

Battletoads and Double Dragon…… The only experience I have with this one is the SEGA Genesis, and I thought it was garbage. Small characters, too many knockdown attacks, cheap bosses… Is the SNES version any better?

 

Rushdawg,

That is definitely true of Lufia about it enhancing the enjoyment of the first, so let me play through a bit of it and see how it holds up to Lufia 2. It just might end up on the list….

 

I remember Firepower 2000 Being a whole lotta fun with another person. consider it on the list!

 

I only really want one street fighter, and if I’m going to have one, It;s not going to be the one with the load times. Though it is a good game in it’s own right, it’s just frustrating compared to Turbo. Hard to go back from that!

 

 

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I don’t know much about the Genesis version I found most beat them ups on Genesis have bad hit detection. The thing I liked about the ultimate team was how the characters you played as indicated your difficulty playing as the Battletoads was  a bitch compared to the dragons. As for Battlemainiacs as hard as it was I found it rewarding to finally beat it. Hell it actually was easier then the original making it more possible to complete.

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Do you remember having a problem with the graphics being small and blurry on BT and DD? Maybe it was just the Genesis port that sucked? Does anybody know how different the two are? Because it sounds like I may have played an inferior version. Also, interesting about the differences between the teams!

 

I will investigate this issue…

 

I also would like to see others weigh in. Is Battletoads really that great a game? Or is it just a prestige game that we fondly remember for the humor and novelty? What does everyone think?

 

 

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