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.

Order By : Title - Release Date - Publisher

Color TV Game 15

Released:
1977

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Nintendo released the Color TV Game 15 on June 8th 1977, just a week after the TV Game 6.


Color TV Game 6

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1976

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The Color TV Game 6 was the first Color TV Game ever released.


Color TV-Game Block Breaker

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1979

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The "Color TV-Game Block Breaker" was released on April 23rd, 1979; the 1-player console runs a ported version of "Block Breaker", one of Nintendo's arcade games based on Atari's Breakout.


Game Boy Advance

Released:
1999

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Released in 2001, the Game Boy Advance was Nintendo's first handheld game console in a landscape form-factor.


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 & Watch - Donkey Kong II

Released:
1982

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Donkey Kong II is the sequel to Donkey Kong.


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 Game & Watch - Fire RC-04

Released:
1979

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


Nintendo Game & Watch - Mario Bros

Released:
1985

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Mario Bros.


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 Game Boy

Released:
1989

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


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 Game Boy Pocket

Released:
1995

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The Game Boy Pocket is a redesigned version of the original Nintendo Game Boy.


Nintendo Game Boy Pocket

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1995

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The Game Boy Pocket is a redesigned version of the original Nintendo Game Boy.


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 GameCube - European

Released:
2000

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Nintendo Wii

Released:
2006

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Boxed with controller.


Nintendo Wii U

Released:
2012

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For their successor to the enormous selling Wii, Nintendo seemed to want to tap into the new craze for tablets, so the Wii U console has an enormous game pad, with a touch screen, with standard controllers built round the edges of it, from the start it was clear this was not what people wanted, the fanbase of the Wii was people who wanted to play against each other, jump and dance around, suddenly Nintendo were just saying to them, ‘here, take this tablet and sit back down’.


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.


Super Nintendo Entertainment System

Released:
1992

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The Super Nintendo Entertainment System (also known as the Super NES, SNES or Super Nintendo) is a 16-bit video game console that was released in 1990 by Nintendo in Japan, 1991 in North America, 1992 in Europe & Australasia (Oceania), and South America in 1993.


Super Nintendo Entertainment System (US)

Released:
1990

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This US variant of the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) outputs NTSC and ran at 60Hz instead of the 50Hz of the European machines (17.