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  1. Ikari is a top-down vertically-scrolling action game developed by SNK for the Famicom. It was released as Ikari Warriors on the NES. Released: (JP) November 26, 1986 (NA) May 1987
  2. Mashou (Deadly Towers in the USA) is an action game with light RPG elements developed by Lenar and published by Irem for the Famicom. Released: December 15, 1986 Kineko: The Monitor Puzzle is a puzzle game in which you are presented with an array of blocks on one of 16 MicroKinema (levels), which are split from a square grid. Pick up, rotate and place the objects to form a mystery image in the grid. It was published by Irem for the Famicom Disk System in Japan and was released as Kinetic Connection by Electronic Arts on the Commodore 64 in the United States. Released: (JP) November 28, 1986 Super Lode Runner is a platform puzzle-solving game developed and published by Irem for the Famicom. Released: March 5, 1987
  3. Nagagutsu o Haita Neko: Sekai Isshū 80 Nichi Dai Bōken (Puss in Boots: An Adventure Around the World in 80 Days) is a platformer developed by Shoei and published by Toei Animation exclusively for the Famicom in Japan. Released: (JP) November 21, 1986
  4. Ganso Saiyūki: Super Monkey Daibōken was developed and published by Vap exclusively in Japan for the Famicom. Based on the Chinese novel Journey to the West, this is an infamous "kuso-ge" (crap game), often considered one of the worst games ever made. Released: (JP) November 21, 1986
  5. Ikari is a top-down vertically-scrolling action game developed by SNK for the Famicom. It was released as Ikari Warriors on the NES. Released: (JP) November 26, 1986 (NA) May 1987
  6. Based on the anime with character designs by Kenichi Sonoda (Bubblegum Crisis), Gall Force is a vertical shooter developed and published by HAL for the Famicom Disk System exclusively in Japan. Released: November 10, 1986
  7. PuroResu (Pro Wrestling) is a wrestling game developed by Try and published by Nintendo for the Famicom Disk System in Japan and the NES in America. Released: (JP) October 21, 1986 (NA) March 1987
  8. 1986 ad for a Famicom cassette carrying case
  9. Based on the anime with character designs by Kenichi Sonoda (Bubblegum Crisis), Gall Force is a vertical shooter developed and published by HAL for the Famicom Disk System exclusively in Japan. Released: November 10, 1986
  10. Metroid and Volleyball. Volleyball and Metroid. Has there ever been a more natural pairing? And where the hell is the Metroid Volleyball game where you get to play beach volleyball using Samus' ball shape as the ball? And...heyyy....waitaminute...how the hell did Samus ever turn into the ball without crushing all of her bones and organs in the process??? Suddenly Metroid makes no sense to me.... Metroid released on the Famicom Disk System: August 6, 1986 Volleyball released on the Famicom Disk System: July 21, 1986
  11. This ad from 1986 is for a VHS/VCD release of a video featuring Namco staff discussing several of their Famicom titles
  12. This ad from 1986 features various carrying cases for both Famicom cartridges and Famicom Disk System disks.
  13. Kineko: The Monitor Puzzle is a puzzle game in which you are presented with an array of blocks on one of 16 MicroKinema (levels), which are split from a square grid. Pick up, rotate and place the objects to form a mystery image in the grid. It was published by Irem for the Famicom Disk System in Japan and was released as Kinetic Connection by Electronic Arts on the Commodore 64 in the United States. Released: (JP) November 28, 1986
  14. Games featured in this ad from 1986: The Legend of Zelda Nazo no Murasame Jō Super Mario Bros. 2 Volleyball Metroid
  15. Buggy Popper is an action racing game played from a top down point of view. It was developed and published by Data East in Japan on the Famicom, and was later released on the NES as Bump 'N' Jump. Released: (JP) October 8, 1986 (NA) 1988
  16. Metroid is an action-adventure game developed and published by Nintendo.for the Famicom Disk System and released on the NES outside of Japan. Released: (JP) August 6, 1986 (NA) August 1987
  17. An interesting set of early peripherals from Hudson released in 1985/1986: The Joy Radar is the first wireless adapter for the Famicom. It plugged into the system and sent an RF signal to your television, making the Famicom unit itself wireless (though of course the controllers were still wired, The Joyball is the first ever third-party controller for the Famicom, replacing the D-pad with a ball-shaped joystick. The Joypair is the first multitap device, created to allow two players to use a peripheral device such as the Joyball. (Unlike the NES, the standard Famicom controllers were hardwired into the system itself, making a peripheral like this necessary for using other controllers)
  18. The Famicom Disk System was released in Japan on February 21, 1986. Featured in the ad is Disk-kun, the official mascot of the Disk System.
  19. Metroid is an action-adventure game for the Famicom Disk System developed and published by Nintendo. Outside of Japan, it was released on the NES. Released: (JP) August 6, 1986 (NA) August 1987
  20. ASO - Armored Scrum Object is a vertical shooter for the Famicom developed and published by SNK. It was released on the NES as Alpha Mission. Released: (JP) September 3, 1986 (NA) October 1987 Athena is a side-scrolling action platformer which would later be released on the Famicom/NES, but this ad is promoting the arcade version, released in 1986. This ad also promotes an SNK game information telephone service.
  21. Banana is a puzzle game for the Famicom developed by and published by Victor Musical Industries exclusively in Japan. Released: (JP) September 8, 1986
  22. Volleyball was developed and published by Nintendo for the Famicom/NES. Released: (JP) July 21, 1986 (NA) March 1987
  23. Super Mario Bros. 2 was developed and published by Nintendo for the Famicom Disk System exclusively in Japan. (SMB2 did not appear in the US until an updated remake was included in Super Mario All-Stars for the SNES as "The Lost Levels") Released: (JP) June 3, 1986
  24. ASO - Armored Scrum Object is a vertical shooter for the Famicom developed and published by SNK. It was released on the NES as Alpha Mission. Released: (JP) September 3, 1986 (NA) October 1987
  25. Released on the Famicom Disk System, not released outside of Japan (SMB2 did not appear in the US until an updated remake was included in Super Mario All-Stars for the SNES as "The Lost Levels") Released: June 3, 1986
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