In the 1990s, Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) was one of the most popular gaming consoles in the world. The SNES was released in late 1990s and quickly became a fan favorite due to its amazing graphics and innovative gameplay. The system’s library featured hundreds of amazing games, ranging from classic platformers to sports simulations and RPG titles. After decades, many of these titles still hold up as some of the best video games ever created.
The Legend Of Zelda: A Link To The Past
One of the most beloved SNES titles is The Legend Of Zelda: A Link To The Past. This classic action-adventure game followed protagonist Link on a quest to save Hyrule. Players ventured through dungeons, collecting weapons and items while defeating monsters and bosses. Even though it is over 25 years old, this game still stands the test of time with its immersive story-telling and incredible gameplay that has yet to be matched by any other title in the series.
This was also one of the first Zelda entries to use a top-down view and established many mechanics that would become staples for later games in the franchise. Even today, it is considered one of the greatest video games ever made and is considered by many to be one of, if not the best title available on SNES.
Super Mario World
One game that helped define SNES gaming is Super Mario World. This platformer took Mario to Dinosaur Land where he had to traverse levels filled with obstacles while trying to save Princess Toadstool from Bowser’s evil clutches. This game allowed four players simultaneous play for co-op sessions via special controllers called “Mario Turbos”.
The Super Mario World featured an unprecedented level design with secret rooms and hidden paths that often