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9 Classics Nintendo Games That Bring Back Old Memories

Updated on October 17, 2012

Nintendo Era, It Was The Glory Old Days.....

In the late 80's Nintendo Electronic System (NES) rule over the world. Every body love with this Japanese made electronic game console.

Along with the popularity of the console, the Nintendo games also reap the same success. Not just one, but many played dozens of game titles at the time. Of the many titles on the Nintendo game, there are some who always remembered to this day

Here I compiled to you 7 games from the thousands of other legendary early generations Nintendo games. While remembering the past, maybe you have your own choice?

Duck Hunt

The three roles that make this game quite well known, the gunman, flying duck who became the target and a dog who likes to giggle when hunters fail to shoot the duck to fly.Besides, who makes a lot of playing Duck Hunt is because there are additional tools such as a gun that seemed to make the player a real hunter.

Duck Hunt Video

Want to play Duck Hunt again??? sure you will...

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles In Time

Adventure game created in 1991 tells of a group of ninja turtles that act to defend the truth and suppress crime.With different levels of difficulty of each level, making it a phenomenal game. Ninja turtles can be played single or double player to pursue his eternal enemy Shredder.

Ninja Gaiden 2: The Dark Sword Of Chaos

Was themed as an adventure game. This game invites players to jump from one building to another as a ninja to fight his enemies.Ninja Gaiden 2 was a success and a lot more memorable than the first series.

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Dr. Mario

Before the game Tetris explode, Dr.Mario is one of the first game puzzle game that invites players to compose the image or the same color. This game has a loved one due to addiction.The only problem is, Dr. Mario on the Nintendo game it seems hard to be played by children. It may even last for years.


Who will forget the game Rambo-style shooting in the game Contra. Acting as special forces, special mission in Contra brings each different level.Special skills when it is needed to get through each level without losing his life in the form of three colors blue or red badges.

Want to play Contra?


These games also attract many people to the games it offers. Yes, here invited to compete in riding motocross skills with the existing obstacles, to achieve the highest score.Another allure, the ability to create their own obstacles. Beside the hurdles that are made, the degree of difficulty can also be tested.

Excitebike Video

Double Dragon

Taking background in China Town, this fighting game also attract people who does not like fighting games though.His own story when Billy and Jimmy must work together to achieve a goal by passing each different enemies in each level.

Want to play Double Dragon???

The Legend Of Zelda

One is attached to the Nintendo game, The Legend of Zelda has a lot of fan base. In fact, this game continues to be present in every generation of Nintendo game consoles. Of course with better graphics.

The Legend Of Zelda Video

Mario Bros

No need to spit a lot more things about this game Mario Bros.. Not only famous as the iconic game for Nintendo, and almost all the elements in this game is a distant memory.

The character, background songs, up to the sound when Mario was heading into unforgettable memories

Mario Bros Video

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    • GregoryMoore profile image

      Gregory Moore 

      6 years ago from Louisville, KY

      I remember all of these. It is amazing how technology has changed. Based on the graphics my kids have now, they would probably feel sorry for me if they could see the Commodore 64, Intellivision, Atari, and Nintendos that we grew up on!

    • kimark421 profile image


      6 years ago

      Zelda and Mario. But, I spent literally hundreds (maybe thousands) of hours playing Tecmo Bowl (American football). I would like to have some of that time back now! Great lens!

    • dlobel profile image

      Debra Lobel 

      6 years ago from Oakland, CA

      Wow. The hours I spent playing these games. Thanks for this lens.

    • ImmatureEntrepr profile image


      6 years ago

      So many memories here! Love this lens. :)


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