Nintendo expands its online library with three more titles

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Nintendo continues to bolster its Switch Online retro library and today it’s added three more titles to the Super Nintendo collection.
This includes Wrecking Crew ’98 – a sequel to the original NES title, and Sunsoft’s 1994 Hebereke fighting spin-off Amazing Hebereke.
Last but not least is IREM’s Super R-Type, which originally debuted on the Super Nintendo in 1991.
Here’s a bit about the latest releases for the Switch Online Super Nintendo library: Wrecking Crew ’98 – Mario picks up his Wrecking Crew hammer in this action puzzler previously only available in Japan.
In this game you can play either the original Wrecking Crew or the updated Wrecking Crew ’98, each version featuring its own challenges to puzzle through.
Wreck your way across 100 stages as Mario in Wrecking Crew and dodge enemies while knocking down walls and ladders.
Then out-wreck the competition in Wrecking Crew ’98 by destroying and arranging panels to line up matching colors.
Amazing Hebereke – Developed by SUNSOFT and originally released for the Super Famicom system in 1994, Amazing Hebereke is about to make its U.S. debut!


Nintendo has added three more games to the Super Nintendo library as it builds up its Switch Online retro library.

This lineup is a little different because it features a couple Super Famicom exclusives to Japan. This comprises the 1994 Hebereke fighting spin-off Amazing Hebereke from Sunsoft and the sequel Wrecking Crew ’98 from the original NES game. Not to be forgotten is IREM’s Super R-Type, which made its Super Nintendo debut back in 1991.

The most recent additions to the Switch Online Super Nintendo library are as follows:.

Wrecking Crew ’98: In this action puzzle game that was previously exclusive to Japan, Mario takes up his Wrecking Crew hammer. You can play the original Wrecking Crew or the updated Wrecking Crew ’98 in this game; each has unique puzzles to solve. As Mario, navigate through 100 stages of destruction by destroying walls and ladders, dodging obstacles, and more. Next, use your demolition and panel-lining skills to outdo the opposition in Wrecking Crew ’98 by aligning panels with complementary hues. Do you have what it takes to bring the hammer down and declare victory? You can attack your opponent by clearing four or more panels at once. The more panels you clear, the more potent your attack is.

Super Famicom system debuting in 1994, Amazing Hebereke was created by SUNSOFT and is set to make its U.S. debut. s. debut! Take part in adorable and hectic combat in VS’s single-player or up to four-player** modes. manner. Aim to be the last person standing by choosing your character, then engage in combat on stages full of objects and traps to use—or fall victim to!—and unleash your special attack.

The evil BYDO Empire of mutant extraterrestrials is back and ready to launch another attack on Earth in SUPER R-TYPE: A Galactic Battle Begins. It is only saved from certain extinction by the revolutionary R-9, the planet’s most sophisticated defense system. Before facing off against formidable level bosses, battle through seven difficult stages against opponents with superior firepower while gathering power-up items along the way. To compete, you’ll need to have quick reflexes and a lot of cosmic luck. The good news is that there are multiple levels of difficulty to customize the experience, ranging from NOVICE to PRO, which is the most challenging. “Are” you prepared to fight on the far reaches of space?

This week’s lineup for Japan is likewise a little bit different. It has also received Marvelous: Mōhitotsu no Takarajima (Marvelous: Another Treasure Island) directed by Eiji Aonuma in 1996 and Battletoads in Battlemaniacs (already available locally for the Switch Online service), in addition to Wrecking Crew ’98 and Super R-Type.

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