Do you remember the days when handy video games with several game options were found? Back in the 1980s, Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) designed the 64 in 1 video game. An 8-bit video game console that consists of 64 NES games. It became the best-selling video game that time with a record 62 million units of the console being sold worldwide.
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Among the list of 64 interesting games, some most common ones include Adventure Island, The Legend of Kage, Tetris, Super Mario Bros, TwinBee, Kung-Fu Master, Baseball, Pinball, Donkey Kong, F1 Race, Popeye, Ice Climber, Super Galaxian, etc. You must be dived into nostalgia while reading those names of amazing games. However, these games were a perfect past-time those days.
The controls are very easy to use and user-friendly. From a drop-down main menu of game lists, you can select the one you want to play. If you decide to switch, you can come back to alter your choice. Even though many sophisticated games our available these days, games like 64 in 1 will always have an unerasable imprint on our minds. We can still enjoy and relive the moments of our childhood. So let’s be a child again!
What emulator can you use to play this game?
NES ROM Console manages the 64 in 1 game. You need an NES Emulator to enjoy playing this game easily on your device. Windows users can select from FWNES, vNES, Jnes 1.1.1, Nemulator 4.2, etc. For android devices, you can choose from Nostalgia.NES 1.15.8, NES Emulator 1.0.1, etc. Mac users can opt from RockNES 4.0.1, Nestopia 1.4.1, etc. For Linux based device, you can go for RockNES-i386 4.0.0.
Three Related Games
If you like playing 64 in 1 then do check out the games similar to it listed below.
20 in 1
A similar game as 64 in 1 but with fewer options of games available is 20 in 1. It is also designed by Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). The games available here include Super Mario Bros, Popeye, Pinball, Tennis, Mario Bros, Donkey Kong, Yie Ar Kung-Fu, Mappy, Baseball, Ice Climber, Excitebike, Road Fighter, Galaga, Star Force, Pac-Man, Battle City, Exerion, Sky Destroyer, Circus Charlie and Chō Jikū Yōsai Macross. Many of these are also a part of 64 in 1 game series.
31 in 1
The 20 in 1 game received huge support ad acclamation worldwide after its launch. Hence, NES comes up with more games added to the console and launched 31 in 1. A single one-screen and a simple menu display all the games. Returning to the main menu can be done by pressing the reset button on the console. Normal keyboards or arrow keys are enough to play these games. The 31 in 1 series include games like Balloon Fight, Super Arabian, Ikky, M.U.S.C.L.E., Urban Champion, Gomoku Narabe Renju, Lunar Pool, Road Fighter, Zippy Race, Formation Z, etc. which were not present in 20 in 1.
115 in 1
The 115 in 1 was a multicart style game. NES designed this game in the 90s. It was estimated to have 2mb cart size and several pages of the menu. But now many of these games have undergone technological advancement and are now available as a single series game with much better controls and graphics. Therefore, you can understand the idea behind these games in this amateur version and can compare the changes that were made over time.