We currently have 34 games consoles made by Nintendo in our collection. While it isn't a exhaustive list, it is a good approximation of what we have here at the Centre for Computing History. If you have something which you would like to donate to us, please head to our donation page for information.

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Nintendo Game & Watch - Squish

Released:
1985

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In this handheld game players control a little creature who avoids being squished by moving walls controlled by an alien on the top screen.


Nintendo GameCube - Resident Evil Limited Edition

Released:
2001

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Originally released in Japan in 2001, the GameCube was Nintendo's successor to the N64, designed to compete with Sony's Playstation 2 and Microsoft's XBOX.


Nintendo Entertainment System (NES)

Released:
1986

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The Game Boy is an 8-bit handheld video game console developed and manufactured by Nintendo.


Nintendo Virtual Boy

Released:
1995

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Nintendo’s Virtual boy (also known as the VR-32 during development) was the first portable game console capable of displaying "true” 3D graphics out of the box.


Nintendo DS

Released:
2004

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The Nintendo DS (NDS or DS, and the iQue DS in China) is a handheld game console developed and manufactured by Nintendo, Released Worldwide in 2005, the Nintendo DS is distinguishable by its LCD dual screen, with the bottom screen being a touch screen, The Nintendo DS also features a Built-in Microphone and supports wireless IEEE 802.


Nintendo Game & Watch - Fire RC-04

Released:
1979

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Nintendo Game & Watch RC-04 Fire 1980 silver LCD 1 player.


Nintendo 64

Released:
1997

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FDS and the FCD, was released on February 21, 1986 by Nintendo as a peripheral for the Nintendo Family Computer console in Japan .


Nintendo Super Famicom

Released:
1990

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The Super Famicom is the Japanese release of what was known in the UK as the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES).


Nintendo 64 Gold Limited Edition

Released:
1997

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The Nintendo 64 often abbreviated as N64, is Nintendo's third home video game console for the international market.


Game Boy Color

Released:
1998

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Released in 1998, this handheld console was fully backward compatible with older monochrome cartridge.


Nintendo Game Boy Advance SP

Released:
2003

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Released in February 2003, the Game Boy Advance SP is an upgraded version of Nintendo's Game Boy Advance.


Nintendo GameCube - Australian

Released:
2001

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The Australian Game Cube is identical to the European PAL model, with the exception of it's power supply.


Nintendo Wii

Released:
2006

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Boxed with controller.


Nintendo Game & Watch - Donkey Kong II

Released:
1982

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Donkey Kong II is the sequel to Donkey Kong.


Nintendo GameCube - US Limited Edition Platinum

Released:
2000

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Originally released in Japan in 2001, the GameCube was Nintendo's successor to the N64, designed to compete with Sony's Playstation 2 and Microsoft's XBOX.


Nintendo GameCube - US

Released:
2000

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Description:

Originally released in Japan in 2001, the GameCube was Nintendo's successor to the N64, designed to compete with Sony's Playstation 2 and Microsoft's XBOX.


Nintendo GameCube - European

Released:
2000

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Nintendo Super Famicom Jr

Released:
1997

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The model SNS-101 known as the SNES Mini in America, and the Super Famicom Jr in Japan, was a compact redesign of the original machine, designed by Lance Burr, who was responsible for the American and European NES, and American Super Nintendo.

Pocket Pikachu

Released:
1997

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Pokémon Pikachu, known as Pocket Pikachu in Japan, was a series of portable Pokémon digital pets (similar to Tamagotchi) featuring the yellow electric Pokémon, Pikachu.