A Nintendo 64 mahjong game from Konami.
A Nintendo 64 mahjong game bearing the likeness of professional mahjong player Ide Yosuke. Sequel to the PS1 game Ide Yosuke no Mahjong Kazoku.
A Nintendo 64 mahjong game by Video System.
A Nintendo 64 mahjong game based on the manga of the same name, itself an adaptation of the novel Mahjong Hourouki.
A Japanese-exclusive 3D mecha fighting game for the Nintendo 64 based on the Super Robot Taisen line of strategy games.
Velvet Dark was a game in development at Rare Ltd for the Nintendo 64. It was set to feature Joanna Dark's (Perfect Dark) sister in a third-person action-advent...
Monster Dunk was a game in development by Mindscape for the Nintendo 64. It was said to be an arcade-style basketball game featuring various monsters and as wel...
CatRoots was a game in development at Marigul Entertainment for the Nintendo 64. It was shown at E3 2000, but was never seen again. The game depicted a cartooni...
Derby Stallion 64 is a Nintendo 64 exclusive game in the Derby Stallion series.
A virtual shogi game for the Nintendo 64, Morita Shogi 64 is the only game for the platform to feature online multiplayer with a built-in phone modem.
A second Choro Q game for Nintendo 64.
Nintendo 64's version of Jinsei Game.
Pachislot simulator for Nintendo 64.
Culture Brain's professional mahjong effort on Nintendo 64.
64 bits of professional mahjong.
The sole home console entry in the Robopon series.
A mini game collection based on the Nintama Tantarō anime.
A mahjong game for Nintendo 64 from Koei and Chat Noir.
The Family Stadium series' sole entry on the Nintendo 64.
Also called (colloquially) Paperboy 64, this is a 3D reimagining of the classic arcade game. A PlayStation version was also planned, but never released.
A golf game for the N64, released in 1997 and licensed by the Augusta National Golf Club, based in Georgia, USA. Japan Only
Golf game based on the European golf tour. Released in 1999.
Heiwa Pachinko World 64 is a pachinko game
NFL Blitz Special Edition is a Nintendo 64 exclusive release, and was only available for purchase in Blockbuster rental stores.
A role-playing video game for the Nintendo 64. Battles take place in realtime and the player's party is built out of monsters they train.
Is an adventure game for the Nintendo 64 released only in Japan in 1999. Sequel to the Super Famicom game Yakōchū, released in 1995. Yakōchū GB was also rel...
The N64 sequel to the SNES sound novel "Yakouchuu."
A Japan-exclusive golf game and the sequel to Masters: Harukanaru Augusta 2, using the game engine found in the updated 3DO versions of the True Golf Classics /...
Wildwaters Extreme Kayak was to be Looking Glass Studios' take on the sport of extreme kayaking, but the game was cancelled when the studio shut down.
Rally Challenge 2000 is a Nintendo 64 racing game that features tracks and cars from around the world.
Project Dream was an unreleased game developed by Rare for the SNES. Development was eventually moved to the Nintendo 64, but the game was eventually redevelope...
GT 64: Championship Edition is a racing video game for the Nintendo 64 based on a japanese game. It is an official licensed game to All-Japan GT Championship.
The first title in the 3D robot fighting series from Noise.
SD Hiryu no Ken Densetsu is the Japanese-exclusive sequel to Flying Dragon, and is the final game in the Hiryu no Ken series.
A Doraemon 3D Platformer for Nintendo 64.
A Doraemon 3D Platformer for Nintendo 64.
Ucchannanchan no Honō no Challenger: Denryū Iraira Bō recreates a classic Japanese game show involving guiding a steel pole through an electrified maze.
Saikyou Habu Shogi is the premiere shogi game on the Nintendo 64, and one of 3 Japanese launch titles alongside Super Mario 64 and Pilotwings 64.
Not to be confused with the 1997 game known in North America and Europe as "Bomberman 64," this 2D Bomberman title was the last N64 game to be released in Japan...
The Japan only introduction to the Pokemon Stadium series. The sequel was released as Pokemon Stadium in other regions.
The sequel to the original Custom Robo, it introduced expanded multiplayer capabilities.
Last Legion is a mech based action game that plays similarly to the popular Armored Core series. It was only released in Japan on May 28, 1999.
Onegai Monster is a strategy game for the Nintendo 64 released only in Japan. Originally dubbed a "Pokémon clone", it is in fact closer to games such as Digimo...
A poorly received Nintendo 64 port version of Carmageddon with elements of Carmageddon 2 added.
Buggy Boogie was a car combat game/kart racer being developed by Angel Studios. It was later cancelled by publisher Nintendo.
An action game, developed by Hudson for the N64, that was only released in Japan in 1998. Originally meant to be a light gun game, no hardware was ever managed ...
Known in Japan as "Choro Q 64", Penny Racers is the Choro Q series' first Nintendo 64 entry and the first to be released in North America.
Japan only game creativity game. Allowed players to import digital photos and other images and for transfer between the cards.
A Japanese-exclusive released for the Nintendo 64 in which the player teaches a robot named Jossette how to complete various tasks.
Mission: Impossible is a third-person shooter for the Nintendo 64 and Sony PlayStation based on the 1996 movie of the same name.
The 2nd installment of the Shiren the Wanderer series, it was released on the Nintendo 64 in Japan only.
Ubisoft brings open wheel racing simulation to consoles.
This unreleased racing game was announced by Nintendo during E3 '99, but never saw retail release.
Acclaim's NHL simulation title went N64 exclusive for the 1999 season.
An arcade-style racing game for the Nintendo 64 that features supercars resembling their real-life counterparts (most prominently the Lamborghini Diablo and Lam...
Tetris 64 is a Japan-exclusive installment in the long-running puzzle series. Its claim to fame was its use of a controller add-on known as the "bio sensor," wh...
Snowmobile racing game featuring renowned snocrossers.
Monster Truck Madness 64 is the port of MTM to the Nintendo 64. It tries to mimic all of the gameplay of the PC version as closely as possible.
Wheel of Fortune for the Nintendo 64. Developed by GameTek.
Roadsters is a racing game for the Nintendo 64, PlayStation, Dreamcast, and Game Boy Color released in 1999 by developers Titus Software and Published also by T...
Mega Man 64 is port of the 3D Mega Man Legends that came out on PlayStation a year prior. It comes with new levels and added content, but at the same time lacks...
Neon Genesis Evangelion is the Nintendo 64 adaptation of the beloved 1990s anime series. Despite the cartridge limitations, the game is notable for including an...
An "educational" game for the Nintendo 64 and Playstation. You learn about numbers or something.
Japanese wrestling game that features a large roster and the trademark AKI grappling system. Introduced a MMA fighting style that brought combos and a mount sy...
Using AKI's trademark grappling system, Virtual Pro Wrestling 64 features notable Japanese and American wrestlers. One of the few games where Bruce Lee and Andr...
The one and only Super Robot Wars game for the Nintendo 64. This game's claims to fame are its 3D backdrops and deep scenario-branching system.
Better known as "Castlevania 64", this installment brings the horror franchise to 3D, as players control either the whip-bearing Reinhardt Schneider or the magi...
A Hamster game.
Getter Love!! is a party game for the Nintendo 64 which could be considered a bishōjo game. Its subtitle "Cho Renai Party Game Tanjo" means in English "Very Ro...
Densha de Go! 64 is a train simulator in which the player acts as a conductor for a Japanese locomotive. Although it can be played with a conventional Nintendo ...
An enhanced update to the golf simulation game of the same name, featuring new higher-definition graphics, an updated user interface (including a new Swing Gaug...
Take on "The Great One" #99 Wayne Gretzky in the hottest hockey game on the N64 and PS1. So hot you can set the goal on fire !
Virtual Pool 2 for the Nintendo 64
Yuke's developed this N64 wrestling game.
A bass fishing game from the creator of Mother and EarthBound. It was released on various Nintendo consoles and was the only non-Mother game Shigesato directed.
Baseball from Japan
Licensed for the XVIII Olympic Winter Games in Nagano, Japan, this hockey game is a bare-bones re-skin of Wayne Gretzky's 3D Hockey.
Mia Hamm gets her own Soccer game.
Mike Piazza's baseball game.
Released in 1997 for the Nintendo 64.
A Japanese baseball game
A soccer game released only in Japan that allows you to play as any of the teams in the Japanese league.
College basketball with Fox Sports coverage. Contains over 250 teams and players.
A Japanese baseball game
Golf game developed and published by SETA.
A snow sports game.
A fantasy first-person shooter that builds upon its predecessor, Heretic, by incorporating three character classes, multi-level puzzles, and eight-player networ...
Japan only bass fishing game.
Race and do tricks in this hoverboard game from Human.
A Japanese card game collection using the Alice in Wonderland characters.
A sumo game for the N64.
64 Hanafuda: Tenshi no Yakusoku is a Japanese gambling card game for the Nintendo 64.