Nintendo is finally bringing Super Nintendo games to the Switch. Check out the full list of the first 20 games arriving Thursday.

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  • Nintendo is finally bringing its library of classic Super Nintendo games to the Nintendo Switch.
  • Access to those games is tied to Nintendo’s Online service, which costs $US20 per year.
  • The initial launch of Super Nintendo games on the Switch comes with 20 games, including “Super Mario World,” “The Legend of Zelda: Link to the Past,” and “Super Mario Kart.”
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Nintendo just revealed a huge new addition to its online service for the Nintendo Switch: 20 free Super Nintendo games!

The games are part of Nintendo’s growing library of classic games on the Switch that come included with a Nintendo Switch Online membership. That means you can’t buy these games individually, which is a bummer, but it also means you get all of them for the $US20 per year cost of Nintendo’s online service.

The games arrive on September 5, and come with the same bells and whistles that NES games on the Switch do: rewind functionality and save states.

Here’s the full list!


1. “Super Mario World”

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2. “Super Mario Kart”

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3. “Super Mario World 2: Yoshi’s Island”

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4. “Star Fox”

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5. “The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past”

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6. “Super Metroid”

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7. “Stunt Race FX”

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8. “Kirby’s Dream Land 3”

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9. “F-Zero”

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10. “Pilotwings”

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11. “Kirby’s Dream Course”

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12. “Brawl Brothers”

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13. “Breath of Fire”

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14. “Demon’s Crest”

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15. “Joe & Mac 2: Lost in the Tropics”

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16. “Super E.D.F. Earth Defence Force”

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17. “Super Ghouls ‘n’ Ghosts”

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18. “Super Puyo Puyo 2”

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19. “Super Soccer”

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20. “Super Tennis”

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There’s also a wireless Super Nintendo gamepad being made specifically for the Nintendo Switch. It will cost $US30.

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And here’s a look at the top:

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There are a few additions here, such as the USB-C charging port and the ZL/ZR buttons. Nintendo

And here’s the controller straight-on:

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Looking for the full list of games in one place? That’s right here:

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Check out Nintendo’s full announcement for Super Nintendo games on Nintendo Switch right here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8TVE44feo_I?start=1371