The Best Gaming Console For Girls

The Best Gaming Console For Girls

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This Page Is All About The SNES Super Nintendo Entertainment System Games For Girls

This is part of a multi-post “countdown” of the best gaming systems for girls. Please use the Table of Contents to navigate through the various posts.

Table of Contents

Introduction To This Countdown

PC Games For Girls

PC Games For Girls Part 1

PC Games For Girls Part 2

PC Games For Girls Part 3

PC Games For Girls Part 4

PC Games For Girls Part 5

PC Games For Girls Part 6

PC Games For Girls Part 7

PC Games For Girls Part 8

PC Games For Girls Part 9

PC Games For Girls Part 10

Mobile Games For Girls

Mobile Games For Girls Part 1

Mobile Games For Girls Part 2

Mobile Games For Girls Part 3

Mobile Games For Girls Part 4

Mobile Games For Girls Part 5

Mobile Games For Girls Part 6

Nintendo Switch Games For Girls

Nintendo Switch Games For Girls

Sony Playstation 2 Games For Girls

Sony Playstation 2 Games For Girls

Sony Vita Games For Girls

Sony Vita Games For Girls

Super Nintendo SNES Games For Girls

Super Nintendo SNES Games For Girls

Sony Playstation 1 Games For Girls

Sony Playstation 1 Games For Girls

Playstation 4 Games For Girls

Playstation 4 Games For Girls

Sega CD Games For Girls

Sega CD Games For Girls

Sega Genesis Games For Girls

Sega Genesis Games For Girls

Sega Saturn Games For Girls

Sega Saturn Games For Girls

Sega Dreamcast Games For Girls

Sega Dreamcast Games For Girls

Sony Playstation Portable PSP Games For Girls

Sony Playstation Portable PSP Games For Girls

Playstation 3 Games For Girls

Playstation 3 Games For Girls

Nintendo 3DS / 2DS Games For Girls

Nintendo 3DS / 2DS Games For Girls

Nintendo DS Games For Girls

Nintendo DS Games For Girls

Nintendo GBA Gameboy Advance Games For Girls

Nintendo GBA Gameboy Advance Games For Girls

Nintendo N64 Games For Girls

Nintendo N64 Games For Girls

Wii U Games For Girls

Wii U Games For Girls

Nintendo Gamecube Games For Girls

Nintendo Gamecube Games For Girls

Sega Gamegear Games For Girls

Sega Gamegear Games For Girls

Nintendo Wii Games For Girls

Nintendo Wii Games For Girls

Xbox Games For Girls

Xbox and Xbox 360 Games For Girls

Gameboy Games For Girls

Gameboy Color and Gameboy Original or Pocket Games For Girls

Conclusion Remaining Games For Girls

NES, Colecovision, and Virtual Boy Games For Girls

This Page Is All About The SNES Super Nintendo Entertainment System

6.) SNES – Back in the 90s, Square Enix was exclusively publishing games on the Super Nintendo – and most of these are still the best Square Enix games ever published. There were other games by other publishers too. Some of my favorite SNES JRPGs include Lufia 1 and 2, Earthbound, Final Fantasy (6 is my favorite but they were all good), Chrono Trigger, Mana, Evermore, Zelda a Link to the Past (still my favorite Zelda game), Ogre Battle, many others. SNES was the highlight of my childhood. It had many fun platformer and mascot type games. But for those who love narrative games, these RPG games stood the test of time. Here’s my recommendations for best games for girls on the Super Nintendo. The SNES library could have been larger but most publishers were scared to take on RPG projects leaving them largely only in Japan.

The 7th Saga

The 7th Saga is a turn-based role-playing video game developed by Produce! and published by Enix for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1993. The player chooses one of seven playable characters, all of whom separately embark on a quest to locate seven magical runes.

Arcana (video game)

Arcana is a 1992 role-playing video game for the SNES by HAL Laboratory. The game represents all of its characters as cards, but plays like a dungeon-crawling role-playing game rather than a card-based game. In keeping with this metaphor, the death of a character results in a ‘torn’ card, and the magical properties of some cards are used to explain abilities of the game’s characters.

Brain Lord

Brain Lord is an action role-playing video game developed by Produce! and published by Enix for the Super NES. It was only released in Japan and North America. Most of the game takes place in dungeons, with a heavy emphasis on puzzles.

Brandish (video game)

Brandish Developer(s) Nihon Falcom Mantra (DOS) NEC (PC Engine CD-ROM²) Koei (SNES) Publisher(s) Nihon Falcom (PC-9801, FM Towns, PSP) Mantra (DOS) NEC (PC Engine CD-ROM²) Koei (SNES) Director(s) Yoshio Kiya Producer(s) Masayuki Kato Programmer(s) Yukio Takahashi Artist(s) Isutoshi Tsuyoshi Matsumuro Hidekazu Suzuki Composer(s) Falcom Sound Team JDK Tenmon Mieko Ishikawa Series Brandish Platform(s) PC-9801 with MS-DOS 3.3, FM Towns, SNES, PC Engine ( Brandish) Release NEC PC-9801, FM Towns PC Engine CD-ROM² SNES Brandish Renewal Genre(s) Action role-playing Mode(s) Single player Brandish is an action role-playing video game by Nihon Falcom.

Breath of Fire (video game)

Breath of Fire is a role-playing video game developed by Capcom originally for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. Initially released in Japan in April 1993, the game was later made available in North America in August 1994 by Square Soft, who handled the title’s English localization and promotion.

Breath of Fire II

Breath of Fire II is a role-playing video game developed and published by Capcom. First released in 1994, the game was licensed to Laguna for European release in 1996. It is the second entry in the Breath of Fire series. It was later ported to Game Boy Advance and re-released worldwide.

Chrono Trigger

Chrono Trigger Developer(s) Square Publisher(s) Square (SNES & PS1) Square Enix (NDS, mobile, Windows) Director(s) Producer(s) Kazuhiko Aoki Designer(s) Hironobu Sakaguchi [1] Artist(s) Akira Toriyama Writer(s) Composer(s) Series Chrono Platform(s) Super NES, PlayStation, Nintendo DS, i-mode, iOS, Android, Microsoft Windows, Apple TV Release Genre(s) Role-playing Mode(s) Single-player, multiplayer [5] Chrono Trigger is a 1995 role-playing video game developed and published by Square for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System that began the Chrono series.

Civilization (video game)

Sid Meier’s Civilization is a 1991 turn-based strategy 4X video game developed and published by MicroProse. The game was originally developed for MS-DOS running on a PC, and has undergone numerous revisions for various platforms. The player is tasked with leading an entire human civilization over the course of several millennia by controlling various areas such as urban development, exploration, government, trade, research, and military.

Dragon’s Lair (1983 video game)

Dragon’s Lair is an interactive film LaserDisc video game developed by Advanced Microcomputer Systems and published by Cinematronics in 1983, as the first game in the Dragon’s Lair series. In the game, the protagonist Dirk the Daring is a knight attempting to rescue Princess Daphne from the evil dragon Singe who has locked the princess in the foul wizard Mordroc’s castle.

EarthBound

EarthBound is a role-playing video game developed by Ape Inc. and HAL Laboratory and published by Nintendo for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. The second entry in the Mother series, it was first released in Japan in August 1994, and in North America in June 1995.

Final Fantasy IV

Final Fantasy IV , known as Final Fantasy II for its initial North American release, is a role-playing video game developed and published by Square (now Square Enix) for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. Released in 1991, it is the fourth main installment of the series.

Final Fantasy VI

Final Fantasy VI , also known as Final Fantasy III from its marketing for its initial North American release in 1994, is a role-playing video game developed and published by Japanese company Square for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System.

Final Fantasy Mystic Quest

(ファイナルファンタジーUSA ミスティッククエスト, Final Fantasy Mystic Quest , released as Mystic Quest Legend in PAL regions and as Final Fantasy USA: Mystic Quest Fainaru Fantajī USA Misutikku Kuesuto) in Japan, is a role-playing video game for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. The game was released as a spin-off to Square’s series of video games.

Harvest Moon (video game)

(牧場物語, Harvest Moon Bokujō Monogatari, lit. “Farm Story”) is a farm simulation role-playing game developed by Amccus for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. The game first was released in Japan in 1996, in North America in 1997, and in Europe in 1998. The European version shipped with language localizations for Germany and France.

Illusion of Gaia

Illusion of Gaia , known in Europe and Australia as Illusion of Time , is an action role-playing game developed by Quintet for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. While Illusion of Gaia has a large cast of characters, Will, Freedan and Shadow are the only playable characters in the game.

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Lagoon (video game)

Lagoon is a top-view action/adventure video game for the X68000 and Super NES, in which Nasir ( Nassel in the Japanese version), Champion of Light, must investigate the source of the world’s corrupted water and return peace to Lakeland.

The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past

The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past is an action-adventure game developed and published by Nintendo for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. It is the third game in The Legend of Zelda series and was released in 1991 in Japan and 1992 in North America and Europe.

Lufia & the Fortress of Doom

(エストポリス伝記, officially translated Lufia & the Fortress of Doom , known as Estpolis Denki Biography of Estpolis) in Japan, is a role-playing video game developed by Neverland and published by Taito in 1993, for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System.

Lufia II: Rise of the Sinistrals

(エストポリス伝記II, officially translated Lufia II: Rise of the Sinistrals , known as Estpolis Denki II Biography of Estpolis II) in Japan, and as Lufia in Europe and Australia, is a role-playing video game with puzzle elements developed by Neverland and published in Japan in 1995 by Taito, and in North America and Europe in 1996 by Natsume and Nintendo respectively, for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System.

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Mario’s Time Machine

Mario’s Time Machine is an educational video game originally released for MS-DOS and then for the Nintendo Entertainment System and Super NES consoles. The Software Toolworks both developed and published the MS-DOS and Super NES versions in 1993, while the NES version was developed by Radical Entertainment and published by The Software Toolworks in 1994.

Nobunaga’s Ambition (video game)

(信長の野望・全国版, Nobunaga’s Ambition Nobunaga no Yabō: Zenkokuban) is a 1986 strategy game by Koei, focused in the Sengoku period of the history of Japan. A part of Koei’s “Historical Simulation” line of titles, it was published on several platforms such as DOS-compatible personal computers, Amiga, NES, Sega Genesis and the SNES.

Nobunaga’s Ambition

Nobunaga’s Ambition is a series of turn-based grand strategy role-playing simulation video games. The original game was one of the first in its genre, being released in March 1983 by the Japanese video game developer Koei. Nobunaga’s Ambition takes place during the Sengoku period of feudal Japan.

Obitus

Obitus is a role-playing video game developed and released by Psygnosis in early 1991 for Amiga, Atari ST and MS-DOS systems. It was also ported for the SNES by Bullet-Proof Software. Obitus combines several graphical styles and perspectives in a labyrinth-base game.

Ogre Battle: The March of the Black Queen

(伝説のオウガバトル, Ogre Battle: The March of the Black Queen Densetsu no Ōga Batoru, “Legendary Ogre Battle”) is a real-time tactical role-playing video game developed by Quest and released in Japan in 1993, and in 1995 in North America for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. It is the first installment of the Ogre Battle series.

Paladin’s Quest

Paladin’s Quest , originally released as Lennus: Kodai Kikai no Kioku (レナス 古代機械の記憶, “Lennus: Memories of an Ancient Machine”) in Japan, is a utopian/dystopian science fantasy role-playing video game developed by Copya System and published in Japan by Asmik Corporation on November 13, 1992, for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System.

Populous (video game)

Populous is a video game developed by Bullfrog Productions and published by Electronic Arts, released originally for the Amiga in 1989, and is regarded by many as the first God game. With over four million copies sold, Populous is one of the best-selling PC games of all time.

Romance of the Three Kingdoms II

Romance of the Three Kingdoms II Game cover for the NES version Developer(s) Koei Publisher(s) Koei Series Romance of the Three Kingdoms Platform(s) MS-DOS, PC-8801, PC-9801, MSX2, Amiga, NES, Super NES, Genesis, WonderSwan, PlayStation, Windows 95 Release Genre(s) Turn-based strategy Mode(s) Single Player, multiplayer (max 8 (12 in Windows)) (Romance of the Three Kingdoms II Japanese: 三國志II, Hepburn: Sangokushi Tsū, lit.

Romance of the Three Kingdoms III: Dragon of Destiny

Romance of the Three Kingdoms III:Dragon of Destiny Developer(s) Koei Publisher(s) Koei Composer(s) Minoru Mukaiya Series Romance of the Three Kingdoms Platform(s) MS-DOS, PC-9801, Sharp X68000, FM Towns, PC Engine, Super NES, Genesis, Sega CD, PlayStation, Windows 95 Release PC-98 SNES, Mega Drive JP: 8 November 1992 NA: 4 February

Romance of the Three Kingdoms IV: Wall of Fire

Romance of the Three Kingdoms IV:Wall of Fire North American PlayStation cover art Developer(s) Koei/Inis Publisher(s) Koei Series Romance of the Three Kingdoms Platform(s) MS-DOS, PC-9801, FM Towns, Super NES, 3DO Interactive Multiplayer, Sega 32X, PlayStation, Saturn, Dreamcast, Windows 3.x Release Genre(s) Turn-based strategy Mode(s) Single-player, multiplayer Romance of the Three Kingdoms IV: Wall of Fire (released as Sangokushi IV in Japan) is the fourth in the Romance of the Three Kingdoms series of turn-based strategy games produced by Koei and based on the historical novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms .

Secret of Evermore

Secret of Evermore is an action role-playing game for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. It was released by Square in North America on October 1, 1995 and in Europe and Australia in February 1996. A Japanese release was planned to follow the North American release by a few months but was ultimately cancelled.

Secret of Mana

Secret of Mana , originally released in Japan as Seiken Densetsu 2 , is a 1993 action role-playing game developed and published by Square (now Square Enix) for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System.

Secret of the Stars

Secret of the Stars , known as Aqutallion in Japan, is a role-playing video game released in 1993 and developed and published by Tecmo for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. Secret of the Stars uses a turn-based RPG battle system where actions in battle are selected through a menu and actions are presented at the end of the turn.

Shadowrun (1993 video game)

Shadowrun is a cyberpunk- fantasy action role-playing video game for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES), adapted from the tabletop role-playing game by FASA. The video game was developed by Australian company Beam Software and first released in 1993 by Data East.

Soul Blazer

Soul Blazer , released in Japan as Soul Blader , is a video game for the Super NES developed by Quintet and published by Enix. Soul Blazer was scored by Yukihide Takekawa. It was released in 1992 in Japan and North America, but not released in Europe until 1994.

Space Ace

Space Ace North American arcade flyer Developer(s) Advanced Microcomputer Systems Publisher(s) Cinematronics Digital Leisure (current) Designer(s) Don Bluth Composer(s) George Villiers (SNES) [1] Platform(s) Arcade, Amiga, Apple IIGS, 3DO, CD-i, Jaguar CD, Macintosh, MS-DOS, Atari ST, Sega CD, DVD Player, Blu-ray, Wii, DSiWare, iOS, PlayStation 3, Android, Steam, SNES, Switch Release April 29, 1984 Genre(s) Interactive movie Mode(s) Up to 2 players, alternating turns Cabinet Upright Display Horizontal orientation, Raster, standard resolution Space Ace is a LaserDisc video game produced by Bluth Group, Cinematronics and Advanced Microcomputer Systems (later renamed RDI Video Systems).

Super Mario RPG

Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars is a role-playing video game (RPG) developed by Square and published by Nintendo for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1996. It was directed by Yoshihiko Maekawa and Chihiro Fujioka and produced by Mario creator Shigeru Miyamoto.

Ultima (series)

Ultima The most commonly used logo in the series Genre(s) Role-playing video game Developer(s) Origin Systems Blue Sky Productions Looking Glass Studios Electronic Arts Bioware Mythic Publisher(s) Origin Systems Electronic Arts Creator(s) Richard Garriott Platform(s) Apple II, Atari 8-bit, VIC-20, C64, DOS, MSX, FM Towns, NEC PC-9801, Atari ST, Mac OS, Amiga, Atari 800, NES, Master System, C128, SNES, X68000, PlayStation, Windows First release Ultima I: The First Age of Darkness 1981 Latest release Ultima Forever: Quest for the Avatar 2013 Ultima is a series of open world fantasy role-playing video games from Origin Systems, Inc.

Ultima VI: The False Prophet

Ultima VI: The False Prophet , released by Origin Systems Inc. in 1990, is the sixth part in the role-playing video game series of . It is the third and final game in the “Age of Enlightenment” trilogy.

Ultima VII: The Black Gate

Ultima VII: The Black Gate is the seventh installment of the Ultima series of role-playing video games, released on April 16, 1992. In it the player returns as The Avatar, a would-be paragon of moral virtue who faces down many dangers and deceptions in order to cleanse the medieval fantasy world of Britannia of assorted plots and schemes, monster infestations, and the undermining of crown authority.

Uncharted Waters

Uncharted Waters (originally released as Daikoukai Jidai , “Great Age of Sailing”) is a Japanese video game series produced by Koei under its ” Rekoeition” brand. It is a simulation and role-playing video game series dealing with sailing and trading, themed around the Age of Discovery.

Uncharted Waters

Uncharted Waters (originally released as Daikoukai Jidai , “Great Age of Sailing”) is a Japanese video game series produced by Koei under its ” Rekoeition” brand. It is a simulation and role-playing video game series dealing with sailing and trading, themed around the Age of Discovery.

Wizardry V: Heart of the Maelstrom

Wizardry V: Heart of the Maelstrom Cover art for Apple, C64, and IBM PC Developer(s) Sir-Tech Publisher(s) Sir-Tech Designer(s) Andrew C. Greenberg David W. Bradley Series Wizardry Platform(s) Apple II, Commodore 64, IBM PC, SNES, Satellaview, NEC PC-88, PC-98, FM Towns, PC Engine CD Release Genre(s) Role-playing Mode(s) Single-player Wizardry V: Heart of the Maelstrom is the fifth scenario in the series of role-playing video games.

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