Games for SNES

Super Nintendo Entertainment System or SNES (also known as Super Famicom in Japan) is Nintendo’s second major video game home console and a successor to the company's NES. The console competed with Sega Genesis, NEC’s TurboGrafx-16, SNK’s Neo Geo and sold more than 40 million units worldwide becoming the best-selling console of the 16-bit era. The SNES controller was notably different from its predecessor and included more minimalistic and ergonomic design as well as four more buttons. The system launched with 5 games in North America: Pilotwings, F-Zero, SimCity, Gradius III and Super Mario World later of which became the best-selling title for the system. The system did not have any notable revisions during its lifespan. However numerous games used enhancement chips that increased the performance of the console. The most notable of them is SuperFX chip that was used in such games as Star Fox and Dirt Racer. Many SNES games gained the cult following. They include Final Fantasy VII, Earthbound, Super Metroid The Legend of Zelda: A link to the Past among others.