Among the hundreds of games released for the Super Nintendo, many of them offer co-op play with a friend, making the experience even better.
This is how this list is organized voxel comes to highlight some of the best titles on the Nintendo console with a two-player option. So you can remember a time when co-op was synonymous with gathering friends at home, chatting, and of course, “zeroing” the game.
1. Goof Troop
to be honest Goof Troop It’s a game that doesn’t make as much of a splash overseas as it does in Brazil. To be enjoyed at the store or at home, it has the perfect formula for hours of entertainment.
The idea here is to guide Goofy and Max through levels that involve a bit of strategy to solve some puzzles, as well as face off against various enemies and bosses. There are a number of items scattered throughout the scenarios to help you progress, and working together with your partner is critical to success.
two. The secret of mana
The Super Nintendo was home to several heavyweight RPGs and is one that the public remembers The secret of manaespecially when it comes to gaming.
It’s the only RPG on console that allows up to three players to share controls and navigate through dungeons, each controlling a single character. Again, keep in mind that this is a game that requires partner interaction, so when things go smoothly, the fun ends.
3. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles IV: Turtles in Time
Here’s a franchise that can’t go wrong when it comes to offering good multiplayer. This is common in arcade titles, so you can expect the quartet’s interactions on consoles to follow suit.
It was the only beat’em up style action game for Nintendo’s 16-bit console starring Don, Mike, Leo and Rafa, and was seen by many as the perfect adaptation of the arcade title – except you don’t get it here. Don’t worry too much about chips.
4. Contra III: Alien War
go through stages Contra III: Alien War being alone is fun, but having a friend to help you on your journey makes it even more enjoyable.
The title is perfectly designed so that two players can have fun and get a dose of Rambo, especially during boss fights. Ask anyone who’s had this experience and you’ll have more than a specific recommendation for your co-op game.
5. Kirby Superstars
Pink Acorn games are usually made for a single player experience, but with Kirby Superstars things were a little different.
This is the first time the title has offered the option of enlisting the help of a friend, and since we’re talking about a collection of eight different campaigns, you’ll have plenty of stages to tackle in pairs.
6. wild guns
Setting up the Wild West and multiple enemies to conquer means we’re in for a much more fun game with a partner.
One of the most memorable moments of the game has to do with the boss fight, so doing it with a friend will surely crown the experience here.
7. Pocky & Rocky
Pocky & Rocky a game that works very well in its premise by bringing elements of shmups (famous spaceship games) to an adventure with characters on land.
Controlling the duo, your goal is to clear the scene of various enemies, collect some power-ups along the way, and do your best to make it out of the boss fight alive. It may sound simple, but the title offers a good challenge in two-player mode as well.
8. Aero Fighters
The space games were very successful in the arcades, and the saga is remembered by many people Aero Fighters. Interestingly, the title also won a very convincing (and currently very expensive) version for the Super Nintendo
The logic here is to choose a character and go to the battlefield with your ship. Each has different attacks and special moves, and you and your friend have to pick the one you like best (or pick your favorite if you’re already familiar with the game).
9. Zombies ate my neighbors
Controlling several youngsters in co-op mode, your goal here is to go through stages defeating various creatures in addition to zombies and do everything to survive until the end.
In addition to your ally or your ally’s company, you’ll have a much larger arsenal to survive these confrontations and reach the end of the game. Again, coordination here goes a long way in getting a little forward, so don’t leave your friend behind.
10. Final fight 3
Finally, we close our list with the third title in the franchise final fight in addition to new characters (and a couple of familiar faces), they’ve brought in a few mechanics to make combat even better.
Team up with a friend to see how much fun it is to punch a thug, use new moves and even special moves in a coordinated fashion. No need to fight to see who gets the energy recovery item first!