Can You Name All Of These Classic SNES Games From An Image?

By: J.P. Naomi
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About This Quiz

What kid of the '80s didn't want a Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) back in the day? Especially for those of us driven cross-eyed by the clunky graphics of the Atari, the SNES was a huge leap forward.  This quiz will make you put on your memory hat and drift back to those long-ago days of blowing out cartridges and being laughed at by a dog when you missed that last duck.

Ah, good old Duck Hunt. Over the years, there have been any number of infuriating video games, but perhaps none more so that the Duck Hunt game that was included with most of the SNES consoles.  You would be faced with flying clay pigeons or launching ducks, and you'd clutch your trusty plastic pistol tightly and blast away at the screen (hopefully not running out of bullets in the process).  You'd do great for the first few rounds, but then the ducks would fly faster and faster ... and eventually, you'd miss. And then, horror of horrors, the pixelated form of a grizzled old hunting dog would pop up from the bottom of the screen and LAUGH AT YOU!

Get your revenge by acing this quiz! Get all the answers right and somewhere, somehow, that dog will know ... and cry.

F-Zero is a futuristic racing video game developed by Nintendo EAD and released in North America in August 1991. It was first released in Japan about 9 months earlier.

Super Mario World was released by Nintendo first in Japan in 1990, then in North America in 1991. It is played in single- or multi-player mode.

The Legend of the Mystical Ninja was the first game in a Japanese video game series to have a western release. It was released in North America in 1992. It comes from the Ganbare Goemon series.

Super Soccer was developed by Human Entertainment for Super Nintendo. It was released in North America in 1992 and had four sequels in subsequent years.

The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past was developed by Nintendo EAD. It is the 3rd installment of The Legend of Zelda series and was released on November 21, 1991.

Super Ghouls 'n Ghosts was developed by Capcom and released for Super Nintendo in 1991. It is a side-scrolling, single-player, action video game.

Super Castlevania IV was developed by Konami and released for Super Nintendo in 1991. The game was re-released on the Virtual Console in 2006 and on the Wii in 2013.

Contra III: The Alien Wars is a 1992 "run and gun" video game for Super Nintendo. It was later released for Game Boy and Game Boy Advance.

Super Mario Kart was the first game of the Mario Kart series! It was released in 1992 and sold nine million copies worldwide! It is the 3rd best selling SNES game of all time.

Mega Man X was developed by Capcom for Super Nintendo and released in 1993. "Mega Man X" was created by Dr. Thomas Light, aged scientist and roboticist.

Developed by Square, Secret of Mana was released by Super Nintendo on August 6, 1993. It is the sequel to the 1991 game Final Fantasy Adventure.

Star Fox was released on February 21, 1993. It was created by Shigeru Miyamoto and was a forward-scrolling 3D rail shooter game.

Street Fighter II Turbo: Hyper Fighting was released for Super Nintendo in August 1993. It was developed by Capcom as an arcade game in 1992.

This tactical role-playing video game was developed by Intelligent Systems and published in 1994. It was the third installment of the Fire Emblem series, but the first developed for the SNES platform.

This game was released on November 21, 1994. It centers around Donkey Kong and his nephew Diddy Kong, who must recover their stolen hoard of bananas from King K. Rool and the Kremlings.

Developed and published by Square for Super Nintendo in 1994, was also know as Final Fantasy III for its North American release. This game was released to critical acclaim and is seen as a landmark title for the role-playing genre.

Super Metroid was a side-scrolling action-adventure video game developed and published by Nintendo for Super Nintendo. It was released in 1994 and is a single-player game only.

Released in 1994, Super Punch-Out!! was created by Nintendo for Super Nintendo. In the game, the player controls Little Mac as he fights his way to become the World Video Boxing Association champion.

This was the original name for Tetris Attack! It was originally released on October 27, 1995 in Japan, and in North America in 1996. It is considered a puzzle video game.

This game was released in 1995 by Nintendo. It casts players as Yoshi as he escorts Baby Mario through nearly 50 levels in order to reunite him with his brother Luigi, who had been kidnapped by Baby Bowser's minions.

EarthBound took more than five years to develop by Ape and HAL Laboratory. It was first released in 1994 in Japan and was known as Mother 2, and then released in North America in 1995 as EarthBound.

Kirby's Dream Course was released in 1994 as a miniature golf video game. But instead of a ball, the player tries to hit Kirby around the course and into the hole at the end!

Kirby Super Star was a 1996 platforming video game developed by HAL Laboratory and published by Nintendo for Super Nintendo. A remake by the name of Kirby Super Star Ultra was released for Nintendo DS in 2008.

Star Fox 2 was canceled shortly before its planned release in 1996. It was supposed to be the sequel to Star Fox of 1993! It was, however, officially released in September 2017 as part of the SNES Classic Edition console! Better late than never, they say!

Developed by Quintet and published by Enix for Super Nintendo, ActRaiser was released in 1990 as a platform and city-building simulation game. "The Master" fights against "The Evil One" in this game.

Darius Twin was developed and published by Taito for Super Nintendo in 1991. It is a horizontal scrolling shooter game which is part of the Darius series.

Known as Dimension Force in Japan, D-Force was released in 1991 by Asmik. Asmik was founded in 1985 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.

Drakkhen was originally developed for the Amiga and Atari ST. It was later ported to other platforms including MS-DOS and Super Nintendo! Drakkhen was notable for being among the first role-playing games to feature a three-dimensional playing field.

Earth Defense Force was created by Jaleco and released as an arcade game and later for Super Nintendo in 1991. The game has a a 3-star rating by Allgame.

Extra Innings was released in 1991 as a traditional baseball simulation video game. It featured 12 fictional teams with players drawn in anime style.

Final Fight was developed and published by Capcom originally as an arcade game. It was ported to other consoles including Super Nintendo in the early 1990s. It is considered part of the "beat 'em up" genre.

Gradius III was an arcade game developed by Konami that was ported to Super Nintendo in 1990. There are a total of ten levels in the game, including stage 4 which is like a bonus level.

Miracle Piano was created in 1990 by The Software Toolworks for Super Nintendo. The Miracle system consisted of a keyboard, connecting cables, power supply, soft foot pedals and software either on 3.5" floppies or standard, licensed NES/SNES/Genesis cartridges.

Developed by Micronics for Super Nintendo, Raiden Trad was released in 1991 and came from the Raiden series. Its genre was "vertical scrolling shooter".

Pilotwings is an amateur flight simulator game in which the player attempts to earn pilot licenses through lessons in light plane flight, hang gliding, skydiving, and the use of a rocket belt. It was released for Super Nintendo in 1990.

In the Super Nintendo version of this video game, the goal is to evade the Wet Bandits while bringing all the McCallister's fortunes from the house down to the safe room in the basement. Once all items have been sent down the chute to the basement, Kevin must make it past various creatures and fight a boss to make it to the safe room.

Joe & Mac was originally released as an arcade game by Data East. Soon it was adapted for Super Nintendo and released in 1991. The game stars the green-haired Joe and the blue-haired Mac, cavemen who battle through prehistoric levels using weapons such as boomerangs, bones, fire, flints, electricity, stone wheels and clubs.

Developed by Sculptured Software, WWF Super WrestleMania was released for Super Nintendo in 1992. The game can be played in various modes including one-on-one, tag team and four-on-four.

Developed by Park Place Productions and published by EA Sports, John Madden Football was part of the Madden NFL series. It was first released in 1990 for the Sega Genesis system and then in 1991 for Super Nintendo.

Lagoon was released for Super Nintendo in 1991. It is a top-view action/adventure video game in which Nasir, Champion of Light, must investigate the source of the world's corrupted water and return peace to Lakeland.

Nolan Ryan's Baseball was developed by Affect and released in 1992 for Super Nintendo. Nolan Ryan was an MLB pitcher who had a 27-year career pitching from 1066 - 1993 for four different teams.

The original PGA Tour Golf game was originally released in 1990 for DOS computers, and then in 1991 for Super Nintendo and others. The game featured 6 professional golfers as playable characters: Fred Couples, Mark McCumber, Larry Mize, Joey Sindelar, Craig Stadler and Bruce Lietzke.

Populous was developed by Bullfrog Productions. It is considered by many as the first "god game."

RPM Racing was short for Radical Psycho Machine Racing. It was created by Silicon & Synapse and released for Super Nintendo in 1991. It claims to be the first American-developed game for Super Nintendo!

Smart Ball is an action-adventure game developed by Game Freak and System Sacom and released by Epic/Sony Records and Sony Imagesoft for Super Nintendo in 1991. It comes in single-player mode only.

Hal's Hole in One Golf was released in 1991 as a traditional golf simulator game. It was developed and published by HAL Laboratory.

Super Tennis was released in 1991. It features three different modes: Doubles mode, World Circuit mode and Singles mode, in which the player competes against a human or chosen computer opponent.

Hyper Zone is a cross between a racing and shooter game. The object of the game is to navigate each level while shooting enemies and earning points until finally an encounter with a boss enemy ends each level. It was released in 1991.

A product of Gremlin Graphics, Top Gear was released in 1992 for Super Nintendo. The objective of the game is to become the fastest driver in the world by racing other drivers across several nations.

Developed by DMA Design and published by Psygnosis, Lemmings was released in 1991. The objective of the game is to guide a group of anthropomorphised lemmings through a number of obstacles to a designated exit.

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