Nintendo Entertainment System
In 1983 Nintendo introduced a home video-game
system in Japan called Famicom. The system enjoyed enormous popularity,
and by the mid-1980s 35 percent of Japanese homes owned Famicom. In 1985
Nintendo launched an American version of Famicom called the Nintendo
Entertainment System (NES). The product featured an eight-bit computer,
stereo sounds, and advanced graphics, and it was technically superior to
anything else in the home video-game market at that time.
-"From Encarta Encyclopedia"
Donkey Kong Jr.
Donkey Kong 3
Mario is Missing
Mario's Time Machine
Super Mario Bros.
Super Mario Bros. 2
Super Mario Bros. 3
The Legend of Zelda
Adventure of Link