5 Super Nintendo Games That Will Remind You on Childhood

The games you will see below were so popular that most children played them at some point. Those children are you and now you get the opportunity to remind of the iconic developments that were designed and made for Super Nintendo only. Even if you like using Super Nintendo ROMs and emulators you still need to know which games are superb and which ones deserve your full attention.

1. Mortal Kombat

Mortal Kombat was released in 1993 and it was known and a more ‘’friendly’’’ version than the same game for Sega devices. This simply means that there was no blood and fatalities are relatively basic, simple. Yes, this may be a drawback today, but back in a day, you were likely to play this game on Super Nintendo than on Sega. Parents didn’t like the fact there was blood in the game, so they allowed only this platform.

The bottom line is that this is one of the most popular games most children played in the past and now you are able to remind yourself and enjoy once again. Just to add, we are referring to the first version of the game.

2. Chrono Trigger

Chrono Trigger is a game that was released in 1995 and it probably affected gaming more than any other game. The main reason for that is simple. The game was epic. There were multiple endings so you could play the game over and over again.

The sound effects and music were at the highest level possible and you are also able to explore the unique word and to fight various enemies. Both, heroes and bad guys are so memorable and each one has its own story. Yes, the story of the game is stunning as well and probably one of the best. The last but not least, the game had nice graphics and movements that made it so popular among other reasons.

3. The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past

The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past is a bit older than any other game on this list. It was developed in 1986 and it was extremely popular. Chances are low that you never play this sequel or any other. It offered you the ability to explore dark and also light worlds that are appealing, interesting and loaded with all sorts of characters and items. Yes, you were also able to interact with them and create a unique story that is great for you.

The game was so popular that it is still considered as one of the best Nintendo games of all times. We agree with the claim and we should add that the game has a lot to offer and back in a day it was one of the most complex games you were able to play.

4. Super Mario Kart

Of course, this game has to be mentioned. It was released in 1992 and it was stunning back in a day. The game is fast-paced development of the old era that has been appreciated for the stunning gameplay, fast karts and of course numerous tracks. We all had a great level of fun while playing the game and we can add that it is stunning, period. Play it once and you will see why.

5. Super Mario World

The game we have was released in 1990 and it is probably one of the best Mario-based games of all times and of all genres in general. The game has been very popular and it is still one of a kind development we simply love. The game itself is relatively simple.

You have Mario, other characters and the world to explore. You get a simple mission and a simple character to use. Nothing else was important. The game also offers simple gameplay which has been forgotten these days. In a nutshell, the game was more than just popular and was able to put a smile on your face every single time you play.

Conclusion

Which game is the best for you and which one had an important part in your memory? Probably most of them. Now you can remind yourself of the best part of your life and you can have it once again.

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