SuperGNES the Super Nintendo emulator that delivers the full console experience.An original emulator developed from the ground up for mobile processors, which makes it the fastest out there. Designed to easily locate and play your favorite titles by simply scanning your media for games. You can then choose from a list of games with displayed covert art. Choose from a huge database of Game Genie cheat codes. Fastest with best game compatibility. Ultra-fast SuperFX core for playing StarFox & Yoshi
Emulator Roms Database allows you to search, view, and download games and bios for emulators. Thousands of titles available! Snes Roms, Nes Roms, Gameboy Roms, Gameboy Color Roms, N64 Roms, Game Gear Roms, Genesis Roms and Master System Roms. Allows you to select where you wish to download roms. NOTE: You must own the actual game before downloading the rom.
Donkey Kong Country is a side-scrolling platformer video game developed by Rare, featuring the character Donkey Kong. It was released for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1994. Following an intense marketing campaign, the original SNES version sold over 9 million copies worldwide, making it the second best-selling SNES game.
The game has been ported to several other Nintendo consoles. In 1993, it was included in Super Mario All-Stars, a SNES compilation of enhanced remakes of NES Mario games. A Game Boy Advance version, Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3, was released in 2003, and included several updates. It features similar graphics to the SNES remake (the release was a port of the SNES version) along with a larger color palette and parallax scrolling, although the latter not to the same extent.
The world hit SNES game Final Fight III,also known as street fight,well replanted for Android.It will give gamers great excitement and thrills together with the simple and intuitive controls.The streets are dangerous.Take on any member of Skull Cross that stands between you and your goal.Remember to grab some food to revitalise your strength,or you may find yourself face down in those dangerous streets.
Ms. Pac-Man is an arcade game. Players move through a maze gobbling up dots while avoiding ghosts. If a big dot is eaten by the player, ghosts become eatable and if eaten their eyes depart from the body and flee to the centre of the maze, where they can claim a new body. Occasionally fruit and other objects float through the maze and give bonus points if eaten. On the Mega Drive and Master System versions there are many new extras. There are four types of mazes like Arcade, Strange, Big, and Mini. A Pac Booster ability can be turned on and off, which gives the player a boost when pressing a button. There is also two-player simultaneous feature in which the first player will play Ms. Pac-Man and the second will play the original Pac-Man. This can be done in cooperative or competitive modes. The game also would end at level 32 in which a game ending would be displayed. The fruit selection is also expanded and objects such as shoes could be eaten for greater points than fruit in the arcade version. Although it is virtually identical to the SNES game of the same name, the Mega Drive version is more difficult as Ms. Pac-Man does not respond to joystick presses as well as the SNES game does. The Master System and Game Gear versions do not have this problem.
Super Mario World 9 Super Mario World subtitled Super Mario Bros. 4 for its original Japanese release is a 1990/1991 platform video game developed and published by Nintendo as a pack-in launch title for the Super Famicom/Super Nintendo Entertainment System SNES, and is the fourth game in the Super Mario series. Development was handled by Nintendo Entertainment Analysis and Development, led by Shigeru Miyamoto, who directed the game along with Takashi Tezuka.