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On This Day in Nintendo History: Yoshi; Kirby’s Block Ball; Mario Kart 64; Pokémon Crystal; Animal Crossing and more

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On this day (December 14) in Nintendo history…

  • Yoshi (known in PAL territories as Mario & Yoshi) was released in 1991 for the Family Computer in Japan. This puzzle game, developed by Game Freak, is a quick-shuffle action puzzle game starring Yoshi! Yoshi is an action/puzzle game starring Mario's dinosaur buddy Yoshi who has been imprisoned in an egg. Now it's raining Goombas, Bloopers, and Boo Buddies, and you have to help Mario stop the airborne invasion. As the critters fall, catch them on trays.

  • Yoshi (known in PAL territories as Mario & Yoshi) was released in 1991 for the Game Boy in Japan. This puzzle game, developed by Game Freak, is a quick-shuffle action puzzle game starring Yoshi! Yoshi is an action/puzzle game starring Mario's dinosaur buddy Yoshi who has been imprisoned in an egg. Now it's raining Goombas, Bloopers, and Boo Buddies, and you have to help Mario stop the airborne invasion. As the critters fall, catch them on trays.

  • Kirby's Block Ball was released in 1995 for the Game Boy in Japan. In this action game, developed by HAL Laboratory with Nintendo R&D1, get ready for fast-paced, block-clearing action – Kirby style. Kirby takes centre stage in this frenzied, block-clearing free-for-all. Use the paddles on all four sides of the screen to bounce Kirby around and destroy the blocks and enemies. By destroying the blocks, you clear stages and obtain special power-ups that will aid you in your quest.

  • Mario Kart 64 was released in 1996 for the Nintendo 64 in Japan. In this kart racing game, developed by Nintendo EAD, put the pedal to the metal in this successor to that Super NES classic, Super Mario Kart. Mario Kart 64 boasts great graphics, tons of unique power-ups and a laugh-packed 3D version of the legendary Battle Mode. Mario Kart 64 races eight familiar faces, including Mario, Bowser and Yoshi, through four progressively tough four-track cups. Wide curves and gentle banks mark the Mushroom Cup tracks.

  • Pokémon Stadium 2 was released in 2000 for the Nintendo 64 in Japan. In this strategy game, developed by Nintendo EAD, the battle to be a master Trainer continues, and Pokémon Stadium 2 delivers everything that a Pokéfan would want to see in a sequel. With tougher battles, sharper-looking graphics and a stadium full of extras, Pokémon Stadium 2 is tilted in favour of Pokéfans who can play using the Transfer Pak (not included) that allows uploading personally trained Pokémon from Pokémon Gold, Silver, Yellow, Red or Blue.

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  • Pokémon Crystal was released in 2000 for the Game Boy Color in Japan. In this role-playing game, developed by Game Freak, return to Johto. An expanded version of Pokémon Gold and Silver, it was the first Pokémon game to allow players to choose between a male or female playable character, as well as being the first game to introduce animations during Pokémon battles.

  • Super Mario World: Super Mario Advance 2 was released in 2001 for the Game Boy Advance in Japan. In this platform game remake, developed by Nintendo, play a perfect recreation of the Super Nintendo classic Super Mario World, featuring every last secret exit and all levels of platform-jumping joy. While planning the perfect vacation on Dinosaur Island, things go awry for Mario and Luigi when they learn that Princess Toadstool has once again been kidnapped by the ever-diabolical Bowser.

  • Animal Crossing was released in 2001 for the Nintendo GameCube in Japan. In this life simulation game, developed by Nintendo EAD, here you won't find monsters to smite, chasms to leap or even princesses to save – instead, an enchanted woodland setting offers the player a unique gaming experience. You can form friendships with an array of adorable creatures, earn an honest living punting turnips to traders, or else simply spend time goofing off playing on a home video game system. There are dozens of characters to interact with.

  • Pokémon Sodateyasen mini was released in 2002 for the Pokémon mini in Japan. In this simulation, developed by Jupiter, choose one of the three starting Pokémon from Ruby/Sapphire: Treecko, Torchic or Mudkip. You have to raise them, play games with them, and look after them.

  • Touch de Tanoshimu Hyakunin Isshu: DS Shigureden was released in 2006 for the Nintendo DS in Japan. In this tabletop game, developed by Nintendo, a series of card games based on Hyakunin-Isshu, a collection of 100 Japanese poems. The game is themed after the Shigureden region of Japan. There are five card matching games to play. You can also learn to play the game with memorization and quiz questions. You can play against up to four people using local wireless multiplayer.

What are you favourite memories of these games? How do you think they hold up today? Hash it out in the comments.

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