On this day (December 7) in Nintendo history…
Baseball was released in 1983 for the Family Computer in Japan. In this sports game, developed by Nintendo R&D1, we take you out to the ball game without moving you from your couch! Play nine innings of fierce sandlot competition with classic NES graphics, featuring close-up and overview field perspectives. Select your team and step up to the plate against a computer opponent or a friend. You control the swing of the bat, the speed of the pitch, the hits, the steals, and the double plays!
NBA 3 on 3 Featuring Kobe Bryant was released in 1999 for the Game Boy Color in North America. In this basketball game, developed by Left Field Productions, a wide selection of official NBA teams and personalities feature as they take part in 3-on-3 games. Gain possession of the ball and score by putting it in the opponent team's hoop. The team who scores the most hoops when the timer runs out is the winner. As you beat teams and progress through the ranks, you will face tougher opponents until you reach the finals.
Mario Party 3 was released in 2000 for the Nintendo 64 in Japan. In this party game, developed by Hudson Soft, nobody can party like Mario. The portly plumber has already hosted two wild celebrations on Nintendo 64, and with Mario Party 3 the stakes are higher than ever. Featuring 70 all-new mini-games to master and wild new interactive game boards, this is one party you'll want to RSVP for, ASAP!
Magical Vacation was released in 2001 for the Game Boy Advance in Japan. In this role-playing game, developed by Brownie Brown, the students of the Will-O-Wisp academy of witchcraft and wizardry head to the seaside resort of Valencia for their school vacation. While the students shared stories around the campfire, a malevolent force known as Enigma attacked, kidnapping the students. As one of the students taken to the Plain of Light during the attack, you set out to rescue your classmates.Загрузка...
Ridge Racer DS was released in 2004 for the Nintendo DS in North America. In this racing game, developed by Nintendo Software Technology, power-sliding packs a whole new thrill when you're pulling skids via the Touch Screen! Welcome to Ridge Racer DS, the classic arcade racer expertly reassembled for maximum dual screen drama. With 20 racetracks across three locales taking in urban streets and desolate deserts, you'll need to master every last curve of these courses to beat your rivals.
Kenkou Ouen Recipe 1000: DS Kondate Zenshuu was released in 2006 for the Nintendo DS in Japan. In this cooking reference software, developed by Nintendo, containing 1000 healthy recipes, you can create a menu and send it to friends. As well as information on how to cook each of the recipes, you can create a grocery list, search recipes based on categories (including the contents of your refrigerator) and send the menu by email through the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection.
The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks was released in 2009 for the Nintendo DS in North America. In this action-adventure game, developed by Nintendo EAD, all aboard for adventure as Link sets off on a quest to restore the spirit tracks and keep an ancient demon locked away. Take control of your own train as you explore the vast land by rail. As the conductor you plan the route, set the speed and watch out for enemies and obstacles, clearing the path with the powerful built-in cannon. Link has a valuable new companion.
An eighteenth wave of Super Smash Bros. amiibo Figures was released in 2018 worldwide and included Wolf; Inkling and Ridley.
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