NES



Our records indicate the following remakes have been originally released for the NES computer (amongst others):

1942 (World War 2) (1984, BraindeaD Games)
9T Lines Tetris (1985, Antrex)
Afterburner (Master Burner) (1987, Project Touhouages)
Archon (1983, Leigh Bowers)
Binary Land (1985, Tardis)
Binaryland (1985, PJ Crossley)
Bomber Dash (1983, Jozsef Laszlo)
Bombermaaan (1983, Fury!)
Boulder Dash (1984, Artsoft)
Boulder Dash (1984, Marcin Liwak)
Boulder Dash (1984, Ian Price)
Bubble Bobble (1986, Armin Rigo & IMA)
Burgertime (1982, PJ Crossley)
Burgertime (Burgerland) (1982, Momor Productions)
Burgertime (Burgertimes) (1982, Aaron Crisman)
Castlevania - Dark Century (1986, Coptron Game Studios)
Choplifter (1982, David Fleming)
Contra (1987, Bloodbane)
Dig Dug (1982, TeamCalypson)
Donkey Kong (1981, PJ Crossley)
Donkey Kong Craze (1981, ACoders)
Donkey Kong Jr. (1982, PJ Crossley)
Donkey Kong Jr. (1982, Boolean Games)
Dragon Warrior (1986, Lumental Games)
Dynablaster (1983, Reflected Games)
Elevator Action (1983, SpacialFX)
Elite The new kind (1984, Christian Pinder)
Galaxian (1979, ACoders)
Galaxian (2) (1979, PJ Crossley)
Ghosts 'n' Goblins (1985, Steve)
Ghouls and Ghosts (1985, Amuso Raffaele)
Green Beret (Rush'n Attack) (1985, TDB Soft)
Green Beret Fenix (1985, Shiryu)
Karate Champ (1984, DVT Software)
Kung Fu Master (1984, Didier Dambrin)
Kung Fu Master 2 (1984, Gary Gasko)
Kung-Fu Master (2) (1984, Boolean Games)
Legend of Zelda (1986, Zepher Entertainment)
Lemmings (1991, Geoff Storey)
Lode Runner (1983, Cyberclic)
Lode Runner 2 (1983, Cyberclic)
Lode Runner Live (1983, Aleksey V. Vaneev)
Mario Bros (1983, PJ Crossley)
Nebulus (Tower Toppler) (1987, Andreas Röver)
Nemesis (1985, Ovine)
Nemesis (Gradius) (1985, Cez Remakes)
Nemesis online (Gradius) (1985, Kotai)
Raid on Bungeling Bay (1984, SpacialFX)
Rambo (1985, Mick Farrow)
RoadFighter (1984, BrainGames)
Robocop (1988, Park Productions)
Robocop II (1988, Park Productions)
Space Harrier (1986, Roderick Rivero)
Super Cars (1990, JOTD)
Super Mario Bros (1985, MicroDark)
Super Mario Bros. (1985, Steve)
Super Mario Bros. (with 2 player mode) (1985, Cyberclic)
Super Mario Bros. 2 (1985, Cyberclic)
Super Mario Bros. 3 (1985, Cyberclic)
Super Mario Bros. 3 (1985, Juan Pablo)
Tetris Queen (1985, David A. Capello)
The Goonies (1986, BrainGames)
The Goonies (1986, Luis Barrachina)
The Last Ninja (1987, Spirit of Armakuni)
Wild Streets (1990, Park Productions)
Xevious (1982, CAT)

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