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The Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES), also known as the Super NES or Super Nintendo, is a 16-bit home video game console developed by Nintendo that was released in 1990 in Japan and South Korea[citation needed], 1991 in North America, 1992 in Europe and Australasia (Oceania), and 1993 in South America. In Japan, the system is called the Super Famicom (SFC). In South Korea, it is known as the Super Comboy and was distributed by Hyundai Electronics. The system was released in Brazil on August 30, 1993, by Playtronic. Although each version is essentially the same, several forms of regional lockout prevent the different versions from being compatible with one another.



Name
BS Zelda no Densetsu - Inishie no Sekiban - Dai-3-wa (Japan) (BS)
BS Zelda no Densetsu - Inishie no Sekiban - Dai-2-wa (Japan) (BS)
BS Zelda no Densetsu - Inishie no Sekiban - Dai-1-wa (Japan) (BS)
BS Zelda no Densetsu - Dai-3-wa (Japan) (BS)
BS Tantei Club - Yuki ni Kieta Kako - Zenpen (Japan) (BS)
BS Tantei Club - Yuki ni Kieta Kako - Kouhen (Japan) (BS)
BS Tantei Club - Yuki ni Kieta Kako - Chuuhen (Japan) (BS)
BS Super Mario USA - Power Challenge - Dai-4-kai (Japan) (BS)
BS Super Mario USA - Power Challenge - Dai-3-kai (Japan) (BS)
BS Super Mario USA - Power Challenge - Dai-2-kai (Japan) (BS)
BS Super Mario USA - Power Challenge - Dai-1-kai (Japan) (BS)
BS Super Mario Collection - Dai-3-shuu (Japan) (BS)
BS St. Giga PG - 10 Gatsugou (Japan) (BS)
BS Shin Onigashima - Dai-4-wa - Kataribe no Koya (Japan) (BS)
BS Shin Onigashima - Dai-3-wa - Kataribe no Koya (Japan) (BS)
BS Shin Onigashima - Dai-2-wa - Kataribe no Koya (Japan) (BS)
BS Shin Onigashima - Dai-1-wa - Kataribe no Koya (Japan) (BS)
BS Parlor! Parlor! - Dai-2-shuu (Japan) (BS)
BS Nintendo HP - 5-31 Gou (Japan) (BS)
BS Nintendo HP - 5-17 Gou (Japan) (BS)
BS Nichibutsu Mahjong - Renshuu Mahjong - Nimantou (Japan) (BS)
BS Nichibutsu Mahjong - Renshuu Mahjong - Ichimantou (Japan) (BS)
BS Nichibutsu Mahjong - Mahjong Taikai (Japan) (BS)
BS Marvelous - Time Athletic Course - Dai-4-shuu (Japan) (BS)
BS Marvelous - Time Athletic Course - Dai-3-shuu (Japan) (BS)
BS Marvelous - Time Athletic Course - Dai-2-shuu (Japan) (BS)
BS Marvelous - Time Athletic Course - Dai-1-shuu (Japan) (BS)
BS Marvelous - Camp Arnold Course - Dai-4-shuu (Japan) (BS)
BS Marvelous - Camp Arnold Course - Dai-3-shuu (Japan) (BS)
BS Marvelous - Camp Arnold Course - Dai-2-shuu (Japan) (BS)
BS Marvelous - Camp Arnold Course - Dai-1-shuu (Japan) (BS)
BS Fuurai no Shiren - Surara o Sukue - Dai-2-shuu (Japan) (BS)
BS Fire Emblem - Akaneia Senki Hen - Dai-4-wa - Hajimari no Toki (Japan) (BS)
BS Fire Emblem - Akaneia Senki Hen - Dai-3-wa - Seigi no Touzokudan (Japan) (BS)
BS Fire Emblem - Akaneia Senki Hen - Dai-2-wa - Akai Ryuu Kishi (Japan) (BS)
BS Fire Emblem - Akaneia Senki Hen - Dai-1-wa - Palace Kanraku (Japan) (BS)
BS F-Zero Grand Prix 2 - Practice (Japan) (BS)
BS F-Zero Grand Prix - Queen League - Dai-2-shuu (Japan) (BS)
BS F-Zero Grand Prix - Knight League - Dai-1-shuu (Japan) (BS)
BS F-Zero Grand Prix - King League - Dai-3-shuu (Japan) (BS)
BS F-Zero Grand Prix - Ace League - Dai-4-shuu (Japan) (BS)
BS Dragon Quest I (Japan) (BS) [b]
BASS Masters Classic - Pro Edition (USA)
BASS Masters Classic - Pro Edition (Europe)
BASS Masters Classic (USA)
BASS Masters Classic (Japan)
B.O.B. (USA)
B.O.B. (Europe)
B Dash - 3 Gatsugou (Japan) (BS)
B Dash - 2 Gatsugou (Japan) (BS)
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