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NES Classic

Hardware entity

ARM CPU+GPU based HDMI computer running Linux. Housed in a miniature NES style case. It emulates 30 built-in NES games & has 2 wiimote accessory ports

37
games
1
platform

Alternate name: Classic NES Mini

Super Mario Bros. (Nintendo Entertainment System)
NES 1985-09-13
Downtown Nekketsu Monogatari (Nintendo Entertainment System)
NES 1989-04-25
Final Fantasy (Nintendo Entertainment System)
NES 1987-12-18
Donkey Kong Jr. (Nintendo Entertainment System)
NES 1983-07-15
Kid Icarus (Nintendo Entertainment System)
NES 1987-07
Final Fantasy III (Nintendo Entertainment System)
NES 1990-04-27
Excitebike (Nintendo Entertainment System)
NES 1984-11-30
Dr. Mario (Nintendo Entertainment System)
NES 1990-07-27
Zelda II: The Adventure of Link (Nintendo Entertainment System)
NES 1988-12
Ice Climber (Nintendo Entertainment System)
NES 1985-01-30
Bubble Bobble (Nintendo Entertainment System)
NES 1988-11
Atlantis no Nazo (Nintendo Entertainment System)
NES 1986-04-17

The first video game about NES Classic was released on July 15, 1983.

Nintendo, Konami and Tecmo has published most of these games

The Japanese version (Classic Famicom Min) has 8 different games than the North America (NES Classic) and PAL versions (Classic NES Mini). Region exclusive games are noted with the tag. Each has 30 games total. The Japanese version has attached controls (like the original Famicom). The North America and PAL versions have two controller ports that are the same ones in Wii controllers. The unit comes with two classic style controllers that will also work with Wii games (meant for Virtual Console NES/Famicom games played on the Wii or Wii-U). The Wii Classic Controller and Classic Controller Pro will work on the NES Classic