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A tribute to the greatest console of all time. How many characters from the classic NES era can you identify?

Featuring over 136 characters and a special medal for those that can identify every one.

For anybody struggling enter the "Konami Code" on the title screen.

Press R on the Title Screen to reset score.
Press M to toggle music.

Special thanks goes to spriters-resource.com and all their contributors.

Reviews


Ascorpion23Ascorpion23

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Pretty solid game...only gave it 4 stars for 2 reasons. First, it might have been helpful for the sprites to vanish so that it wouldn't leave you clicking the same sprite twice. Second would be to add a few extra NES songs on here..not sure what happened, but i got stuck listening to Ducktales 7 times straight which prompted me to immediately turn my volume down just to finish the game itself. Other than that, it was a decent nostalgic trip.



streudelkittystreudelkitty

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I came into this game with almost zero knowledge of NES games, except for the basics. This game honestly taught me a lot, and was a pretty good challenge. And at times, I was very surprised ("Ganon used to look like a blue pig?! I thought he was that evil gypsy-looking dude...!")


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VaguelyCreepyVaguelyCreepy

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

The game itself is pretty basic, but then again, there's not much you can really do to spice up these "Where's Waldo"-type things. The random retro tracks are a nice touch, and you've pulled from a pretty impressive pool video games, so you did a good job playing up the nostalgia factor.

Now, I do have to get kind of fanboy here, because it involves my favorite game series of all time, so fair warning.

The character Eve isn't actually from the game EarthBound, and while Ness is, the character you have in the game isn't Ness. Short backstory: EarthBound is the second in a series of games named the "Mother" series. The first Mother - the one the sprites in this game came from - came out on the NES, but only in Japan (so, technically the Famicom, if you wanna get really nitpicky). The next game came out in both Japan and the US. Over there, it was Mother 2. Over here, it was EarthBound. Mother's main character's name was Ninten. Ness was the main character in EarthBound. So, it should be Eve from the game Mother, and Ninten from the game Mother. Which might be kind of a hard one for some people, considering the whole "no US release" thing.

Anyway, sorry if I came across as a know-it all. I just wanted to provide a little additional info, especially to anyone who might be interested in these games. They're my favorites, so I want to share them!


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SilverEyedOwlSilverEyedOwl

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Nice controls and idea, but I get eyestrain from merely looking at the sprite page. I couldn't even pass getting 3 characters because it was such a problem.



tobuscusfan234tobuscusfan234

Rated 3 / 5 stars

I really suck at this game