The Nintendo 64, often referred to as N64 (stylized as NINTENDO⁶⁴, and formerly known as the Nintendo Ultra 64) is Nintendo's third home video game console for the international market. Named for its 64-bit central processing unit, it was released in June 1996 in Japan, September 1996 in North America, March 1997 in Europe and Australia, September 1997 in France and December 1997 in Brazil. It is Nintendo's last home console to use ROM cartridges to store games (Nintendo switched to a MiniDVD-based format for the successor GameCube); handhelds in the Game Boy line, however, continued to use Game Paks. As part of the fifth generation of gaming, it primarily competed with the Sony PlayStation and the Sega Saturn. The N64 was discontinued in 2002 in Japan, North America and PAL regions by the launch of Nintendo's GameCube.
Singleplayer is one player
Definitions of "abandoned" vary; generally, it refers to software no longer available for legal purchase, or of a certain age.
Software companies may change their names, go bankrupt, enter into mergers, or cease to exist for a variety of reasons. When this happens, product rights are usually transferred to another company that may not sell or support the software acquired.
Når Mario inviteres på kake til Peach sitt slott, er det verken søte bakverk eller prinsesser han finner. Bowser har vært på fære og kidnappet prinsessen og innelåst alle i Toad Kongeriket i malerier! Det er opp til Mario å bryte forbannelsen og redde Peach gjennom å sanke nok stjerner. Dette er Marios aller første opptreden i fullstendig 3D, med flere bevegelser enn noensinne.
There is currently no review for this game. But, you can help add it!
Buy Super Mario 64
We currently have no buy links for this game. We may add some in the future.
Some links may be affiliate links, in which we receive a comission without any extra cost to you. Any proceedings are used to fund The Retro Spirit - Since 1832™ project. We are not endored nor paid to link to any particular outlet. We try linking to sources that honor the developers and users alike.