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This is a list of products published by Nintendo. It includes toys, arcade games and video games published by Nintendo.

Contents

Toys and cards[edit]

Amiibo[edit]

Main article: Amiibo

^a Published by third party in region

VS. System[edit]

Main article: Nintendo VS. System

PlayChoice-10[edit]

Main article: PlayChoice-10

Home consoles[edit]

Color TV-Game[edit]

Main article: Color TV-Game

Nintendo Entertainment System / Family Computer / Famicom Disk System[edit]

Main article: Nintendo Entertainment System

Main article: Family Computer Disk System

^a Famicom Disk System release ^b Virtual Console release ^c Published by third party in region

Super Nintendo Entertainment System & Super Famicom[edit]

Main article: Super Nintendo Entertainment System

^a Published by third party in region ^b Nintendo Power release ^c Virtual Console release ^d SNES Classic Edition release

Nintendo Power[edit]

Main article: Nintendo Power (cartridge)

Satellaview[edit]

Main article: Satellaview

Nintendo 64[edit]

Main article: Nintendo 64

^a Published by a third party company within this region ^b Virtual Console release ^c PAL version only released in Australia

64DD[edit]

Main article: 64DD

GameCube[edit]

Main article: GameCube

  1. ^ Published by Nintendo only in Japan.
  2. ^ Developed by Nintendo but published by third party.
  1. ^ Released as Dancing Stage Mario Mix in PAL regions.
  2. ^ Released as Mario Smash Football in PAL regions.

Wii[edit]

Main article: Wii

  1. ^ a signature b c d e Published by Nintendo only in Japan.
  2. ^ a b Published by Nintendo outside North America.
  3. ^ Published by Nintendo only in Europe.
  4. ^ Published by Nintendo outside Japan.
  1. ^ Released as Big Brain Academy for Wii in PAL regions.
  2. ^ Released as Mario Strikers Charged Football in PAL regions.
  3. ^ Released as Donkey Kong Jet Race in PAL regions.
  4. ^ This game was released in Japan only as a digital download on the WiiWare service.
  5. ^ Released as Wario Land: The Shake Dimension in PAL regions.
  6. ^ Released as Animal Crossing: Let's Go to the City in PAL regions.
  7. ^ The title was exclusively available via the Club Nintendo service in Japan.
  8. ^ Released as Endless Ocean 2: Adventures of the Deep in PAL regions.
  9. ^ Released as Sin and Punishment: Successor of the Skies in PAL regions.
  10. ^ Released as Beat the Beat: Rhythm Paradise in PAL regions.
  11. ^ Released as Kirby's Adventure Wii in PAL regions.
  12. ^ Released as Boom Street in PAL regions.

WiiWare[edit]

Main article: WiiWare

  1. ^ Published by Nintendo only in Japan.
  1. ^ Released as Dr. Mario & Germ Buster in PAL regions.
  2. ^ Released as Actionloop Twist in PAL regions.
  3. ^ Released as MaBoShi: The Three Shape Arcade in PAL regions.
  4. ^ Released in PAL regions only as a retail title.
  5. ^ Released as PictureBook Games: A Pop-Up Adventure in PAL regions.
  6. ^ Released as WarioWare: Do It Yourself Showcase in PAL regions.
  7. ^ This title was exclusively available via the Club Nintendo service.
  8. ^ Released as Excitebike: World Challenge in PAL regions.
  9. ^ This title was exclusively available via the Club Nintendo service.
  10. ^ Released as Zenquaria: Virtual Aquarium in PAL regions.
  11. ^ Released as Art Style: Penta Tentacles in PAL regions.
  12. ^ Released as Hydroventure in PAL regions.

Wii U[edit]

Main article: Wii U

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i Published by Nintendo only in Japan.
  2. ^ a b c Published by Nintendo outside Japan.
  3. ^ Published by Nintendo only in Europe.
  1. ^ Released as Pullblox World in PAL regions.
  2. ^ Released as Project Zero: Maiden of Black Water in PAL regions.
  3. ^ a b The game was released only as a digital download in North America.
  4. ^ The game was released only as a digital download outside Japan.
  5. ^ Released as amiibo Touch & Play: Nintendo Classics Highlights in PAL regions.
  6. ^ Released as Art Academy: Atelier in PAL regions.

Nintendo Switch[edit]

Main article: Nintendo Switch

  1. ^ Published by Nintendo only in Japan.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h Published by Nintendo outside Japan.

eShop[edit]

Main article: Nintendo eShop

  1. ^ Published by Nintendo outside Japan.

Handhelds[edit]

Game & Watch[edit]

Main article: Game & Watch

Game Boy[edit]

Main article: Game Boy

  1. ^ a b c Published by Nintendo outside Japan.
  2. ^ a b Published by Nintendo only in PAL regions.
  3. ^ Published by Nintendo only in North America.

Virtual Boy[edit]

Main article: Virtual Boy

  1. ^ a b c d Published by Nintendo outside Japan.

Game Boy Color[edit]

Main article: Game Boy Color

  1. ^ a b c Published by Nintendo outside Japan.

Game Boy Advance[edit]

Main article: Game Boy Advance

  1. ^ The European release was titled L'Aigle de Guerre and only available in France.
  2. ^ a b Published by Nintendo outside North America.
  3. ^ Released as Game & Watch Gallery Advance in PAL regions.
  4. ^ Published by Nintendo only in North America.
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h Published by Nintendo outside Japan.
  6. ^ Published by Nintendo only in Japan.
^a Virtual Console release

e-Reader[edit]

Main article: Nintendo e-Reader § Game list

  1. ^ a b c d Pokémon Trading Card Game packs, e-Reader compatible only in North America

Pokémon mini[edit]

Main article: Pokémon mini

Nintendo DS[edit]

Main article: Nintendo DS

  1. ^ Developed by Nintendo but published by third party.
  2. ^ Published by Nintendo only in Europe and Australasia
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n Published by Nintendo outside Japan.
  4. ^ a b c d Released only in Australia.
  5. ^ a b Published by Nintendo only in Japan.
  6. ^ Released on 3DS eShop

DSiWare[edit]

Main article: DSiWare

Nintendo 3DS[edit]

Main article: Nintendo 3DS

  1. ^ a b c d Comes pre-loaded on Nintendo 3DS system
  2. ^ Published by Nintendo only in North America.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h Published by Nintendo only in Europe.
  4. ^ a b Published by Nintendo only in Japan.
  5. ^ a b c d e f g Released on 3DS eShop
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w Published by Nintendo outside Japan.

eShop[edit]

Main article: Nintendo eShop

  1. ^ a b Published by Nintendo outside Japan.
  2. ^ Published by Nintendo only in Japan.

Hardware[edit]

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Mobile devices[edit]

Web[edit]

See also[edit]

Home console systems[edit]

Handheld systems[edit]

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