Nintendo Entertainment System Games Starting with Ni to Pl





Nintendo World Cup

NES Nintendo World Cup

There are many gound surfaces in this soccer game, many of which are a little odd: ice, grass and stone.Wen playing one-player mode, you as one of the top soccer countries of that time. In an old-school fashion you lose when you play a draw, there’s no extra time whatsoever.

Nobunaga’s Ambition

NES Nobunaga's Ambition

In the 16th century, Japan was divided the nation into numerous feudal states, each ruled by a daimyo. The daimyos would often go to war with each other. Many dreamt of conquering the land, becoming the Shogun and ruling the entire country. This game is about Nobunaga Oda ambition to unite the lands.Players begin by selecting either 17 regions scenario or a larger 50 region scenario followed by selecting a dynamo.

Nobunaga’s Ambition II

NES Nobunaga's Ambition II

In the 16th century, Japan’s Sengoku (“Warring States”) period divided the nation into numerous feudal states, each ruled by a daimyo. These daimyos would often go to war with each other. Many dreamt of conquering the land, becoming the Shogun and ruling the entire country. One of those daimyos was the ambitious Nobunaga Oda, a merciless ruler and a renowned strategist. Players take on the role of Nobunaga Odam or one of many other daimyos to try to conquer Japan.

North & South

NES North & South

This strategy game allows you to replay the American Civil War from both the North and the South sides.Move your troops on a map of the US. Once two opposing armies enter the same state, the battle is played out in an action sequence. The game also can be played as a one- or two player mode.

Operation Europe: Path to Victory 1939-45

NES Operation Europe: Path to Victory 1939-45

Operation Europe allows you to travel back in time for a historical simulation on the European an North Africa battles of World War II. One or two players role play army commanders for either the Axis or Allied forces. This game focuses on the military strategies.

Operation Wolf

NES Operation Wolf

You are part of Operation Wolf: your mission to rescue prisoners from the enemy. Through a series of missions, you’ll engage a variety of enemies from soldiers to ninjas to patrol boats and helicopters.Another arcade game by Taito. As with other games, simply hold down the fire button and hit everything. Shoot ammo and grenades and heal items on screen.

Othello

NES Othello

Othello is a conversion of the popular board game. Each player tries to fill the game board with as many discs of his color as possible. On each turn the player places a disc on the board by selecting a location where the opponents discs will become trapped between two of his discs. The trapped discs are flipped over to the players color. The game ends when the board or time runs out. The winner is the one with the most amount of pebbles on the board.

Overlord

NES Overlord

You are the dictatorial ruler of the Epsilon Galaxy. Your scientists have discovered four buffer dimensions, each containing a number of barren planets that exist between the Epsilon Galaxy and other alien dimensions. In order to capture these alien worlds, you must fight for control of these buffer dimensions to ensure that your rule and Epsilon remains intact.

P.O.W.: Prisoners of War

NES P.O.W.: Prisoners of War

Your mission is to defeat your enemy.In this side scrolling game, place your cross hairs over enemy targets, but watch your ammo and don’t waste too many shots.

Pac-Land

NES Pac-Land

Pac-man is now equipped with arms, face and legs. As Pac, you must guide a fairy back to her home in Fairy Land. This won’t be easy though because your old friends are back and Inky, Blinky, Pinky, Clyde, and Sue are out to get you. During each round, grab the power pellets, which cause ghosts to turn blue, allowing Pac-Man to eat them for points. Points are also awarded by collecting fruit like cherries and strawberries.

Pac-Man

NES Pac-Man

Pac-man was one of the most popular games of all time and it heavily influenced game design of the early 1980s. Your task is simple, you must eat all the dots to proceed to the net level, all while running away from the ghosts. However, there are four power up zones that when eaten allows you to eat each of the four ghosts.

Pac-Mania

NES Pac-Mania

Pac-Mania is a variation on the game Pac-Man. Like Pac-man, eat all of the dots to proceed to the next round and the multi-colored ghosts roam the maze trying to stop you. If you eat one of the power pellets in the maze, the ghosts will temporarily turn blue and run from you. Now for what makes this game different than its forerunner. The maze is in 3-D, the screen is larger that scrolls to follow the and Pac-Mancan now jump.

Paperboy

NES Paperboy

In this spiteful arcade game, your job is to deliver papers to your customers while inflicting damage to non-customers. Watch out for obstacles in your way both on the road and the sidewalk. Obstacles include: construction workers, rogue tires, skateboarders, dogs and cats, cars, and even the occasional tornado.

Paperboy 2

NES Paperboy 2

As with the first game, you are still a paper boy tasked to deliver papers to the right homes. Use your bike to deliver papers while avoiding such obstacles as dogs, cars, etc….

Parasol Stars: The Story of Bubble Bobble III

NES Parasol Stars: The Story of Bubble Bobble III

This is the sequel to Bubble Bobble. However, Bub and Bob now take on their human form.As the boys, you must clear each screen of the bad guys before proceeding to the next level. Game play is pretty much the same as the previous version with a bunch of new power-ups added.Oh yeah, you are now armed with, get this… umbrellas.

Parodius

NES Parodius

This is mostly a parody of Gradius, with some flavor from other shoot-em-ups. Play up to four different flying creatures, with different weapons. Finish 7 stages with its boss to complete the game.

Pipe Mania

NES Pipe Mania

Each level challenges you to create a network of pipes to allow a substance to flow through as many of those as possible.The pieces are offered in random order and come in seven types: straight lines going horizontally or vertically, corners rotating in each of the four directions, and cross-over pieces which carry the flooz straight across horizontally or vertically.

Platoon

NES Platoon

This game recreates each of the sections of the film starting with a journey through the jungle. You need to blow up a bridge, locate a village that contains a torch, a map and a trap-door. The enemy has booby-trapped the area and are launching air strikes.The next section has you moving through a network of tunnels in search of flares and a compass. After escaping this the tunnels, you get to spend the night in a bunker. However, sleep is not an option.

Plotting

NES Plotting

In a Tetris/Mindsweeper twist, you must arrange different types of blocks, bearing symbols such as squares, circles and crosses. Use a small yellow object to direct a block across onto a particular section of a shaped wall with the intention of removing similar blocks it touches.