Nintendo of America

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Nintendo of America is the American subsidiary of Nintendo Co., Ltd. which publishes Nintendo, second-party, and certain third-party titles in North America. It has also distributed several gaming videocassettes.

Videocassettes[edit]

NOTE: As these tapes don't have catalog numbers, these tapes will instead be sorted by release date.

Catalog number Title Country of origin Original year Length Version MPAA rating Film format Tape count Tape break placement (if applicable) Color Released Note(s)
N/A Donkey Kong Country Exposed
From Bensussen Deutsch and Associates
USA 1994 13 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color October 1994
  • Duplicated at Magnetech Corporation in Fort Lauderdale, FL.
  • Killer Instinct is teased at the end of the program.
67494 A Magical Tour of Yoshi's Island
From Bensussen Deutsch and Associates
USA 1995 6 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color September 1995
  • Duplicated at Magnetech Corporation in Fort Lauderdale, FL.
  • The only Nintendo tape to have a UPC code; the listed catalog number is derived from it.
N/A The Invasion of Nintendo USA 1995 16 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color December 1995
  • Previewed games include Yoshi's Island, Killer Instinct, and Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest.
  • Also featured are Super Mario RPG, Ken Griffey Jr.'s Winning Run, and a sneak peek at Nintendo Ultra 64.
N/A N64: Change the System USA 1996 15 min Standard version NR Academy 1 N/A Color September 1996
  • Duplicated at Central de Video S.A. in Beverly Hills, CA.
  • Previewed games include Super Mario 64, Pilotwings 64, and Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire.
  • Teased in the final montage are Kirby's Air Ride, Cruis'n USA, GoldenEye 007, Body Harvest, Wave Race 64, Mario Kart 64, Blast Corps, Star Fox 64, Major League Baseball Featuring Ken Griffey Jr., FIFA 64, Wayne Gretzky's 3D Hockey, Doom 64 (visible only via freeze-frame), and Killer Instinct Gold.

Video games[edit]

NOTE: The given catalog numbers are derived from their UPC codes.

Nintendo Entertainment System[edit]

Catalog number Title Developer(s) Size (KB) Released Notes
62006 World Class Track Meet Human Entertainment 32 August 1, 1988
  • Previously released by Bandai as Stadium Events.
63001 Gyromite Nintendo R&D1 32 October 18, 1985
  • Uses the Robotic Operating Buddy.
63002 Duck Hunt Nintendo R&D1
Intelligent Systems
16 October 18, 1985
  • Uses the Zapper.
63003 Hogan's Alley Nintendo R&D1
Intelligent Systems
16 October 18, 1985
  • Uses the Zapper.
63004 Wild Gunman Nintendo R&D1
Intelligent Systems
16 October 18, 1985
  • Uses the Zapper.
63005 Excitebike Nintendo R&D1
Nintendo R&D4
16 October 18, 1985 TBD
63006 Mach Rider HAL Laboratory 32 August 1, 1986 TBD
63007 Wrecking Crew Nintendo R&D1 32 October 18, 1985 TBD
63008 Tennis Nintendo R&D1
Intelligent Systems
16 October 18, 1985 TBD
63009 Baseball Nintendo R&D1 16 October 18, 1985 TBD
63010 Golf Nintendo R&D2
HAL Laboratory
16 October 18, 1985 TBD
63011 Kung Fu Nintendo R&D4 32 October 18, 1985 TBD
63012 Ice Climber Nintendo R&D1 16 October 18, 1985 TBD
63013 Soccer Intelligent Systems 32 October 18, 1985 TBD
63014 Super Mario Bros. Nintendo R&D4 32 October 18, 1985 TBD
63015 Gumshoe Nintendo R&D1 128 August 1, 1986 TBD
63016 Stack Up Nintendo R&D1 32 October 18, 1985
  • Uses the Robotic Operating Buddy.
63017 Pinball Nintendo R&D1
HAL Laboratory
16 October 18, 1985 TBD
63018 Urban Champion Nintendo R&D1 16 August 1, 1986 TBD
63019 Clu Clu Land Nintendo R&D1 16 October 18, 1985 TBD
63020 Balloon Fight Nintendo R&D1 16 June 6, 1986 TBD
63021 Donkey Kong Nintendo R&D1
Nintendo R&D2
16 June 6, 1986 TBD
63022 Donkey Kong Jr. Nintendo R&D1
Nintendo R&D2
16 June 6, 1986 TBD
63023 Popeye Nintendo R&D1 16 June 6, 1986 TBD
63024 Mario Bros. Nintendo R&D1
Nintendo R&D2
Intelligent Systems
16 June 6, 1986 TBD
63025 Donkey Kong 3 Nintendo R&D1
Nintendo R&D2
16 June 6, 1986 TBD
63026 Donkey Kong Jr. Math Nintendo R&D1
Nintendo R&D2
16 June 6, 1986 TBD
63027 10-Yard Fight Irem 32 October 18, 1985 TBD
63028 Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!! Nintendo R&D3 128 October 18, 1987 TBD
63029 Pro Wrestling Nintendo R&D3 128 March 1, 1987 TBD
63030 Slalom Rare 32 March 1, 1987 TBD
63031 Volleyball Pax Softnica 32 March 1, 1987 TBD
63032 The Legend of Zelda Nintendo R&D4 128 June 30, 1987 TBD
63033 Zelda II: The Adventure of Link Nintendo R&D4 128 December 1, 1988 TBD
63034 Metroid Nintendo R&D1
Intelligent Systems
128 August 22, 1987 TBD
63035 Kid Icarus Nintendo R&D1
Tose
128 July 7, 1987 TBD
63036 Rad Racer Square 128 October 18, 1987 TBD
63037 Dragon Warrior Chunsoft 64 August 23, 1989 TBD
63038 Super Mario Bros. 2 Nintendo R&D4 128 October 9, 1988 TBD
63039 R.C. Pro-Am Rare 32 February 10, 1988 TBD
63040 Ice Hockey Nintendo R&D2
Nintendo R&D4
32 March 12, 1988 TBD
63041 Return of Donkey Kong Unknown Unknown Unreleased
  • Cancelled due to the Great Chip Shortage of 1988.
63042 Donkey Kong Classics Nintendo R&D1
Nintendo R&D2
32 September 9, 1988 TBD
63043 Dance Aerobics Human Entertainment 64 March 1, 1989 TBD
63044 U.S. Golf HAL Laboratory 64 Unreleased TBD
63045 Super Team Games Super Team Games 32 November 2, 1988 TBD
63046 Anticipation Rare 32 November 30, 1988 TBD
63052 NES Play Action Football Tose 128 September 4, 1990 TBD
63053 Tetris Nintendo R&D1 32 November 16, 1989 TBD
63058 Super Mario Bros. 3 Nintendo R&D4 256 February 12, 1990 TBD
63071 Yoshi's Cookie Nintendo R&D1 128 April 10, 1993 TBD
63075 Wario's Woods TEC 256 December 10, 1994 TBD

Game Boy/Game Boy Color[edit]

Catalog number Title Developer(s) Size (KB) Released Notes
73001 Alleyway Nintendo R&D1
Intelligent Systems
32 July 31, 1989 TBD
73002 Baseball Nintendo R&D1 64 July 31, 1989 TBD
73003 Tennis Nintendo R&D1
Intelligent Systems
32 July 31, 1989 TBD
73004 Super Mario Land Nintendo R&D1 64 July 31, 1989 TBD
73011 F-1 Race HAL Laboratory 64 February 3, 1991
  • Includes the Four Player Adapter.
73020 F-1 Race HAL Laboratory 64 TBD TBD
73023 Kirby's Dream Land HAL Laboratory 256 August 1, 1992 TBD
73026 Yoshi's Cookie Nintendo R&D1 64 April 10, 1993 TBD
73027 Tetris Nintendo R&D1 32 July 31, 1989
  • Standalone release.
73028 Top Rank Tennis Pax Softnica 256 May 1, 1993 TBD
73029 The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening Nintendo R&D4 512 August 6, 1993 TBD
73073 Donkey Kong Nintendo EAD
Pax Softnica
512 July 22, 1994 TBD

Super Nintendo Entertainment System[edit]

Catalog number Title Developer(s) Size (KB) Released Notes
82006 Super Scope 6 Nintendo R&D1
Intelligent Systems
512 February 4, 1992 TBD
82008 Mario Paint Nintendo R&D1
Intelligent Systems
1024 August 1, 1992 TBD
83001 Super Mario Bros. 4: Super Mario World Nintendo EAD 512 August 23, 1991 TBD
83002 F-Zero Nintendo EAD 512 August 23, 1991 TBD
83003 SimCity Nintendo EAD
Maxis
512 August 23, 1991 TBD
83004 Pilotwings Nintendo EAD 512 August 23, 1991
  • Released with the DSP-1 chip.
83005 Super Play Action Football Tose 1024 August 1, 1992 TBD
83006 Star Fox Nintendo EAD
Argonaut Software
1024 March 26, 1993
  • Released with the Super FX chip.
83007 The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past Nintendo EAD 1024 April 13, 1992 TBD
83011 Kirby's Dream Course HAL Laboratory
Nintendo EAD
1024 February 1, 1995 TBD
83014 Super Mario Kart Nintendo EAD 512 September 1, 1992
  • Released with the DSP-1 chip.
83028 Ken Griffey Jr. Presents Major League Baseball Software Creations 2048 March 23, 1994 TBD
83035 Donkey Kong Country Rareware 4096 November 21, 1994 TBD
83036 Wario's Woods TEC 1024 December 10, 1994 TBD
83037 Yoshi's Island Nintendo EAD 2048 October 4, 1995
  • Released with the Super FX2 chip.
83045 Killer Instinct Rareware 4096 August 30, 1995 TBD
83048 Donkey Kong Country 2 Rareware 4096 November 20, 1995 TBD
83049 Star Fox 2 Nintendo EAD
Argonaut Software
2048 Unreleased
  • Originally scheduled to be released on August 30, 1995.
  • Eventually released with the SNES Classic Edition in 2017.
83050 Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars Square 4096 May 13, 1996
  • Released with the SA1 chip.
83051 Ken Griffey Jr.'s Winning Run Rareware 4096 June 10, 1996 TBD

Virtual Boy[edit]

Catalog number Title Developer(s) Size (KB) Released Notes
77001 Teleroboxer Nintendo R&D1 TBD August 14, 1995 TBD
77002 Mario Clash Nintendo R&D1 TBD October 1, 1995 TBD
77004 Red Alarm T&E Soft TBD August 14, 1995 TBD
77005 Galactic Pinball Intelligent Systems TBD August 14, 1995 TBD
77006 Virtual Boy Wario Land Nintendo R&D1 TBD November 27, 1995 TBD
77007 Vertical Force Hudson Soft TBD December 1, 1995 TBD
77008 Golf T&E Soft TBD November 1995 TBD
77009 Panic Bomber Hudson Soft
Raizing
TBD December 1995 TBD
77010 Nester's Funky Bowling Saffire TBD February 1996 TBD
70011 3D Tetris T&E Soft TBD March 22, 1996 TBD
TBD Mario's Tennis Nintendo R&D1
Tose
TBD August 14, 1995 TBD

Nintendo 64[edit]

Catalog number Title Developer(s) Size (MB) Released Notes
87001 Super Mario 64 Nintendo EAD 8 September 26, 1996
  • Originally scheduled to be released on September 30.
87002 Mario Kart 64 Nintendo EAD 12 February 10, 1997
  • Working title at the time of N64's launch was Super Mario Kart R.
87003 Wave Race 64 Nintendo EAD 8 November 4, 1996 TBD
  • Originally scheduled to be released on September 30.
87004 The Legend of Zelda: The Ocarina of Time Nintendo EAD 32 November 23, 1998
  • Originally intended for the 64DD.
  • Working title at the time of N64's launch was The Legend of Zelda 64.
87005 Pilotwings 64 Nintendo EAD
Nintendo R&D3
Paradigm Simulation
8 September 26, 1996 TBD
  • Originally scheduled to be released on September 30.
87006 Kirby's Air Ride HAL Laboratory 16 Unreleased
  • Eventually released for GameCube as Kirby Air Ride in 2003 with the catalog number 96126.
87007 GoldenEye 007 Rareware 12 August 25, 1997 TBD
87008 Star Fox 64 Nintendo EAD 12 June 30, 1997
  • Includes the Rumble Pak.
87009 Killer Instinct Gold Rareware 8 November 25, 1996 TBD
87010 Blast Corps Rareware 8 March 24, 1997 TBD
87011 Body Harvest DMA Design 8 Unreleased
  • Originally scheduled to be released on September 30, 1996.
  • Eventually released by Midway Home Entertainment in 1998.
87012 Buggie Boogie Angel Studios 8 Unreleased TBD
87013 Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire LucasArts 12 December 2, 1996
  • Originally scheduled to be released on September 30.
87014 Cruis'n USA WMS Industries 8 December 2, 1996
  • Originally scheduled to be released on September 30.
87015 Major League Baseball Featuring Ken Griffey Jr. Angel Studios 16 May 25, 1998
  • Originally scheduled to be released in the spring of 1997.
  • Working title at the time of N64's launch was Ken Griffey Jr. Baseball.
87016 Tetrisphere H2O Entertainment 8 August 11, 1997
  • Originally intended as an Atari Jaguar exclusive before moving to Nintendo 64 after the 1995 Winter CES.
  • Originally scheduled to be released on September 30, 1996.
  • Working title at the time of N64's launch was Tetrisphear.

Hardware and accessories[edit]

Consoles[edit]

Catalog number Name Developer(s) Color Released Notes
61001 Nintendo Entertainment System Deluxe Set Nintendo R&D2 N/A October 18, 1985
  • Includes the Robotic Operating Buddy, Gyromite, and Stack Up.
61002 Nintendo Entertainment System Control Deck Nintendo R&D2 N/A 1986
  • Includes Super Mario Bros.
61003 Nintendo Entertainment System Control Deck Nintendo R&D2 N/A 1987
  • Includes The Official Nintendo Player's Guide.
61004 Nintendo Entertainment System Action Set Nintendo R&D2 N/A 1987
  • Includes the Zapper and Duck Hunt/Super Mario Bros.
  • Reissued in 1989 with a recolored Zapper due to a government-issued ban on realistic toy guns passed the year before.
61005 Nintendo Entertainment System Power Set Nintendo R&D2 N/A August 1988
  • Includes the Power Pad, Zapper, and Duck Hunt/Super Mario Bros./World Class Track Meet.
61006 Nintendo Entertainment System Control Deck Nintendo R&D2 N/A 1990 TBD
61007 Nintendo Entertainment System Sports Set Nintendo R&D2 N/A December 1990
  • Includes the NES Satellite and Super Spike V'Ball/Nintendo World Cup.
61009 Nintendo Entertainment System Challenge Set Nintendo R&D2 N/A February 12, 1990
  • Includes Super Mario Bros. 3.
61010 New-Style Nintendo Entertainment System Control Deck Nintendo R&D2 N/A October 1993 TBD
81001 Super Nintendo Entertainment System Nintendo R&D2 N/A August 23, 1991
  • Includes Super Mario Bros. 4: Super Mario World.
81002 Super Nintendo Entertainment System Super Set Nintendo R&D2 N/A 1992
  • Includes Super Mario Bros. 4: Super Mario World.
81003 Super Nintendo Entertainment System Control Set Nintendo R&D2 N/A 1993 TBD
81005 Super Nintendo Entertainment System Mario Set Nintendo R&D2 N/A March 20, 1995
  • Includes Super Mario All-Stars + Super Mario World.
81008 Super Nintendo Entertainment System Control Set Nintendo R&D2 N/A April 13, 1992 TBD
81024 Super Nintendo Entertainment System Donkey Kong Set Nintendo R&D2 N/A March 20, 1995
  • Includes Donkey Kong Country.
81042 Super Nintendo Entertainment System Killer Instinct Set Nintendo R&D2 N/A August 30, 1995
  • Includes Killer Instinct.
81053 New-Style Super Nintendo Entertainment System Control Deck Nintendo R&D2 N/A October 1997
  • Includes Yoshi's Island.
81057 New-Style Super Nintendo Entertainment System Control Deck Nintendo R&D2 N/A October 1997 TBD
85001 Nintendo Ultra 64 Nintendo R&D3 Black September 26, 1996
  • Originally scheduled to be released on September 30.

Accessories[edit]

Catalog number Name Developer(s) Console Color Released Notes
62001 Zapper Nintendo R&D2 Nintendo Entertainment System Gray (before 1989)
Orange
1986 TBD
72001 Rechargeable Battery Pack/AC Adapter Nintendo R&D1 Nintendo Game Boy N/A July 31, 1989 TBD
72002 Compact Carrying Case Nintendo R&D1 Nintendo Game Boy N/A July 31, 1989 TBD
72003 Hip Pouch Carrying Case Nintendo R&D1 Nintendo Game Boy N/A 1990 TBD
72004 Four Player Adapter Nintendo R&D1 Nintendo Game Boy N/A February 3, 1991 TBD
82001 Super NES Cleaning Kit Nintendo R&D2 Super Nintendo Entertainment System N/A August 23, 1991 TBD
82004 Super NES Controller Nintendo R&D2 Super Nintendo Entertainment System N/A August 23, 1991 TBD
82006 Super Scope Nintendo R&D1 Super Nintendo Entertainment System N/A February 4, 1992 TBD
82008 Super NES Mouse Nintendo R&D1 Super Nintendo Entertainment System N/A August 1, 1992 TBD
82012 Super Game Boy Nintendo R&D1 Super Nintendo Entertainment System N/A July 22, 1994 TBD
82013 Super Game Boy Nintendo R&D1 Super Nintendo Entertainment System N/A July 22, 1994
  • Includes Super Game Boy Player's Guide.
86002 Nintendo 64 Controller Nintendo R&D3 Nintendo Ultra 64 Gray September 26, 1996
  • Originally scheduled to be released on September 30.
86003 Nintendo 64 Controller Nintendo R&D3 Nintendo Ultra 64 Green September 26, 1996
  • Originally scheduled to be released on September 30.
86004 Nintendo 64 Controller Nintendo R&D3 Nintendo Ultra 64 Yellow September 26, 1996
  • Originally scheduled to be released on September 30.
86005 Nintendo 64 Controller Nintendo R&D3 Nintendo Ultra 64 Red September 26, 1996
  • Originally scheduled to be released on September 30.
86006 Nintendo 64 Controller Nintendo R&D3 Nintendo Ultra 64 Blue September 26, 1996
  • Originally scheduled to be released on September 30.
86007 Nintendo 64 Controller Nintendo R&D3 Nintendo Ultra 64 Black September 26, 1996
  • Originally scheduled to be released on September 30.
86008 Nintendo 64 RF Switch/RF Modulator Nintendo R&D3 Nintendo Ultra 64 N/A September 26, 1996
  • Originally scheduled to be released on September 30.
86009 Nintendo 64 Controller Pak Nintendo R&D3 Nintendo Ultra 64 N/A November 4, 1996 TBD
86010 Nintendo 64 Rumble Pak Nintendo R&D3 Nintendo Ultra 64 N/A June 30, 1997 TBD

Handhelds[edit]

Catalog number Name Developer(s) Color Released Notes
71001 Nintendo Game Boy Compact Video Game System Nintendo R&D1 Off White July 31, 1989
  • Includes Tetris.
71003 Nintendo Game Boy Compact Video Game System Basic Set Nintendo R&D1 Off White July 31, 1989 TBD
71006 Nintendo Game Boy Compact Video Game System Basic Set Nintendo R&D1 Off White August 6, 1993
  • Includes The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening.
71015 Nintendo Game Boy Compact Video Game System Nintendo R&D1 Deep Black March 20, 1995
  • Part of the Play It Loud! lineup.
71016 Nintendo Game Boy Compact Video Game System Nintendo R&D1 High Tech Transparent March 20, 1995
  • Part of the Play It Loud! lineup.
71017 Nintendo Game Boy Compact Video Game System Nintendo R&D1 Vibrant Yellow March 20, 1995
  • Part of the Play It Loud! lineup.
71018 Nintendo Game Boy Compact Video Game System Nintendo R&D1 Radiant Red March 20, 1995
  • Part of the Play It Loud! lineup.
71019 Nintendo Game Boy Compact Video Game System Nintendo R&D1 Gorgeous Green March 20, 1995
  • Part of the Play It Loud! lineup.
71022 Nintendo Game Boy Pocket Nintendo R&D1 Silver September 3, 1996 TBD
71024 Nintendo Game Boy Compact Video Game System Nintendo R&D1 Cool Blue Unreleased
  • Part of the Play It Loud! lineup.
  • Only available in Europe.
75001 Nintendo Virtual Boy Nintendo R&D1 N/A August 14, 1995 TBD