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Nintendo Virtual Boy Games

The following is a list of Nintendo Virtual Boy Games in the Centre for Computing History collection. It is not an exhaustive list of and other games may have been published. If you have any games or software that you would like to donate to our collection, please view our donations page.

There are 6 Nintendo Virtual Boy Games in our collection :
Order By : Title - Release Date - Publisher
Galactic Pinball Date: 1st December 1995 Galactic Pinball

Probably the best game available for the VB, a pinball game with some very imaginative tables, with themes about the Milky Way

Software House: Nintendo
Author: Nintendo

Mario Clash Date: 15th August 1995 Mario Clash

A 3D version of the very first Mario game, not that the effect adds a lot to the title, it is a single screen game, where the aim is to remove all the turtles from the level, using the pipes to get ar ...

Software House: Nintendo
Author: Nintendo

Mario's Tennis Date: 14th September 1995 Mario's Tennis

American version, which was a pack in title for the machine

Software House: Nintendo
Author: Masao Yamamoto Hitoshi Yamagami, Gunpei Yokoi, Hitoshi Fukushima Morihito Iwamoto

Panic Bomber Date: 1st December 1995 Panic Bomber

Falling blocks puzzle game based on the Hudsonsoft Bomberman series, it does not make very much use of the 3D of the machine, just has a patterned effect in the background

Software House: Nintendo
Author: Hudsonsoft

Vertical Force Date: December 1995 Vertical Force

Shoot em up, very much in the style of Hudsonsoft's Soldier series of games, the 3D of the machine is put to good effect, as with a press of the button, the ship can fly between two perspectives, to a ...

Software House: Nintendo
Author: Hudsonsoft

Wario Land Date: 1st December 1995 Wario Land

The closest the Virtual Boy got to a Super Mario Bros game, starring his alter ego, there is lots of platforming enjoyment to be found here, and Wario can jump between different planes on the screen t ...

Software House: Nintendo
Author: Hudsonsoft

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