Multi-Player (Multitap) Games on SNES

Do you often fret that these games can only be played by two people at most, especially if you have lots of friends to play with? 

To support more than 2 players on the original SNES, which apparently only has two controller jacks, a peripheral named "Multitap" is required. That's another advantage of the modern emulation consoles, which usally has more than 2 USB ports (The Sonicon SNES Ultimate has 4 and supports up to 5 players)

Today we want to share with you some Multi-Player Games on SNES.  Call your friends to play! 

 Barkley Shut Up and Jam!- 4 players

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Barkley Shut Up and Jam! is a basketball video game originally developed and published by Accolade for the Sega Genesis on North America in 1993 and later in Europe on April 1994. It is the first entry in the Barkley Shut Up and Jam series, featuring former NBA MVP Charles Barkley prominently and as one of the playable characters.

 Battle Cross (Japan) - 5 players

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Battle Cross is a shoot 'em up released in arcades by Omori Electric (also known as Omori Electronic) in 1982. The player controls a fighter spacecraft by moving around the screen and shooting enemies. In 1984 Sony published a version for the Sony Hit-Bit 75 MSX computer.

 Battle Jockey (Japan)- 4 players
 Battle Jockey - Alchetron, The Free Social Encyclopedia

 Bill Walsh College Football - 5 players

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Bill Walsh College Football is an American football video game released for the Super NES, Genesis, and Sega CD. It is one of the earliest video games to deal with the sport at a college level and is built around the fame of coach Bill Walsh. The game was followed by a sequel, Bill Walsh College Football '95.

 College Slam - 4 players

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College Slam is a college basketball video game published by Acclaim. It was released for the Super NES, Genesis, Game Boy, Sega Saturn, PlayStation, and PC. It includes most major Division I colleges, but some, such as the University of Tennessee, the University of Notre Dame, and Mississippi State University (who had just made a run to the Final Four that year), are not included. The player can play tournaments, a season, or a single game. Many gaming critics accused it of being a thinly veiled repackaging of NBA Jam.

 Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story - 3 players

 Theatrical poster for Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story, showing Jason Scott Lee jumping through the air with the sun behind him. The tagline reads "The Mystery. The Life. The Love. The Legend."

Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story is a 1993 American biographical drama film that was directed and co-written by Rob Cohen, and stars Jason Scott Lee, Lauren Holly, Nancy Kwan and Robert Wagner. The film follows the life of actor and martial artist Bruce Lee (Jason) from his relocation to the US from Hong Kong to his career as a martial arts teacher, and then as a television and film actor. It also focuses on the relationship between Bruce and his wife Linda Lee Cadwell, and the racism to which Bruce was subjected.

 Dream Basketball - Dunk and Hoop
 Dream Basketball: Dunk & Hoop

 ESPN National Hockey Night- 5 players

 ESPN National Hockey Night

ESPN National Hockey Night is a multiplatform traditional ice hockey simulation video game for the Super NES, Sega Genesis, Sega CD, and personal computers with MS-DOS capabilities.

 FIFA International Soccer - 5 players

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FIFA International Soccer is a 1993 sports video game developed by EA Canada's Extended Play Productions team and published by Electronic Arts. Based on the sport of association football, the game tasks the player with controlling a football team. The game was released for the Sega Genesis/Mega Drive console in December 1993 and ported to numerous other systems in 1994.

 

 FireStriker - 4 players

 Firestriker

Firestriker (ホーリーストライカー, "Holy Striker") is an overhead view action video game that was released on December 17, 1993 in Japan and on October 1994 in North America for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System.

 HammerLock Wrestling- 4 players

 HammerLock Wrestling

HammerLock Wrestling is a professional wrestling game for the Super NES that was released in 1994. In Japan, this game was called Tenryu Genichiro no Pro Wrestling Revolution (天龍源一郎のプロレスレボリューション). Named after Japanese professional wrestler Genichiro Tenryu and his faction Revolution, the Japanese version of the game uses the official license of the Japanese wrestling promotion Wrestle and Romance.

 Hat Trick Hero 2

 Hat Trick Hero 2

Hat Trick Hero 2 (ハットトリックヒーロー2)[1] is a 1994 Japanese video game for the Super Famicom.[2] A North American release Super Soccer Champ 2 was scheduled, however it was canceled.

 Head-On Soccer- 5 players

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Head-On Soccer is a soccer video game originally developed and published by U.S. Gold for the Sega Genesis in 1995.

Featuring an arcade-style approach to soccer compared to other titles that were released at the time, Head-On Soccer allows players to have the choice of playing across any of the game modes available against with either CPU-controlled opponents or other players with the team of their choosing.[1] Initially launched for the Genesis, it was then released on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System a few months after the original version and was later ported to the Atari Jaguar in December of the same year under the name Fever Pitch Soccer, which was the title of the game on PAL territories.

 

 

 Hungry Dinosaurs -4 players

 Hungry Dinosaurs ROM - SNES Download - Emulator Games

 

 

  International Superstar Soccer Deluxe - 4 players
 ISS Deluxe.jpgInternational Superstar Soccer Deluxe (known as Jikkyou World Soccer 2: Fighting Eleven in Japan) is a football video game and the sequel to International Superstar Soccer developed and published by Konami. The Deluxe version was published first to the SNES in 1995, then the Mega Drive in 1996 (developed by Factor 5) and finally the PlayStation in 1997.



 Jeopardy! - Deluxe Edition -3 players

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Jeopardy! is an American media franchise that began with a television quiz show created by Merv Griffin, in which contestants are presented with clues in the form of answers, and must phrase their responses in the form of a question. Over the years, the show has expanded its brand beyond television and been licensed into products of various formats.

 Looney Tunes B-Ball -4 players

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Looney Tunes B-Ball (also known as Looney Tunes Basketball in some regions) is a basketball video game. It was released exclusively for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1995 and developed by Sculptured Software.

 Madden NFL '94 -5 players
 Madden NFL '94 Coverart.pngMadden NFL '94 is an American football video game released in 1993. It was the first game in the Madden series with an official National Football League team license, as well as the first Madden game that allowed players to play a full regular season (via a password system). However, the game is not licensed by the NFL Players Association, so all of the players are identified by number only (the game would get the Players' Association license in next year's edition).

 Micro Machines -4 players
 Micro Machines logo.pngMicro Machines is a series of video games featuring toy cars, developed by Codemasters and published on several platforms (including MS-DOS, Nintendo Entertainment System, Amiga, Sega Mega Drive/Genesis, Super Nintendo Entertainment System, Game Boy, PlayStation 2, Nintendo 64, GameCube, Xbox, Sega Game Gear, and iOS devices). The series is based on the Micro Machines toy line of miniature vehicles.

 Natsume Championship Wrestling 

 Natsume Championship Wrestling

Natsume Championship Wrestling is a 1994 Super Nintendo Entertainment System video game that was released in North America.

This game is widely based on a conversion of Zen-Nippon Pro Wrestling Dash: Sekai Saikyō Tag (全日本プロレス’ 世界最強タッグ ダッシュ, Zen Nippon Puroresu Sekai Saikyō Taggu Dasshu, lit. "All Japan Pro Wrestling World's Strongest Tag Dash"),[3][4][5] a Japanese video game for the Super Famicom based on the All Japan Pro Wrestling promotion. Players must become either the Triple Crown Champion or the Triple Crown Tag Team Champions and achieve the limits of professional wrestling.

 NBA Hangtime -4 players

 NBA Hangtime

NBA Hangtime is a 1996 basketball arcade game developed and released by Midway. Home versions were released for the Nintendo 64, PlayStation, SNES, Sega Mega Drive/Genesis, and Microsoft Windows. A version for Game.com was announced,[1] but cancelled.

 NBA Jam -4 players

 Nba Jam Tournament Benefiting Noah's Bandage Project in Kansas

NBA Jam (sometimes "Jam" for short) is a long-running basketball video game series based on the National Basketball Association (NBA). Initially developed as arcade games by Midway, the game found popularity with its photorealistic digitized graphics, over-the-top presentation and exaggerated style of two-on-two basketball play. The successor to Midway's Arch Rivals, the original 1993 NBA Jam allowed players to jump many times above their own height, make slam dunks that defy human capabilities, and freely shove or elbow opponents out of the way and get flagged. It also featured a variety of secret characters, as well as the ability to track player records and statistics between play sessions.

 NFL Quarterback Club - 5 players

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NFL Quarterback Club is an American football video game for multiple platforms that features quarterbacks from the NFL. It is the first game in Acclaim Entertainment's NFL Quarterback Club series.

 Olympic Summer Games -5 players

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Olympic Summer Games is an official video game of the Atlanta 1996 Olympic Games. It is the successor to Olympic Gold and Winter Olympics. It was the last "Olympic" video game released for the fourth generation of consoles, as well as the Game Boy.

 Rap Jam: Volume One- 5 players

 Rap Jam: Volume One

Rap Jam: Volume One is a basketball video game for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, developed by American studio 64WD Creation, in which the players are rap and hip-hop artists. The game is played on an urban basketball court, with fisticuffs and no foul calls. There is an exhibition mode and a tournament mode.

 Saturday Night Slam Masters-4 players

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Saturday Night Slam Masters, known in Japan as Muscle Bomber: The Body Explosion (Japanese: マッスルボマー ザ・ボディー・エクスプロージョン), is a 1993 pro wrestling arcade game released for the CP System by Capcom. The game features character designs by manga artist Tetsuo Hara, famous for Fist of the North Star.

 Secret of Mana-3 players

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Secret of Mana, originally released in Japan as Seiken Densetsu 2, is a 1993 action role-playing game developed and published by Square (now Square Enix) for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. It is the sequel to the 1991 game Seiken Densetsu, released in North America as Final Fantasy Adventure and in Europe as Mystic Quest, and it was the first Seiken Densetsu title to be marketed as part of the Mana series rather than the Final Fantasy series. Set in a high fantasy universe, the game follows three heroes as they attempt to prevent an empire from conquering the world with the power of an ancient flying fortress.

 

 Sterling Sharpe: End 2 End -5 players

 Sterling Sharpe: End 2 End

Sterling Sharpe: End 2 End is a Super Nintendo Entertainment System football video game released in 1995 exclusively for the North American market.

A Japanese version titled Super American Football was planned to be released but was eventually cancelled.

 Super Bomberman-4 players

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Super Bomberman is an action, maze game, part of the Bomberman series, released for the Super NES in 1993. It is the first in the series to be released in Europe keeping the Bomberman title instead of being called Dynablaster

 Tiny Toon Adventures: Wacky Sports Challenge-4 players

 Tiny Toon Adventures: Wacky Sports Challenge

Tiny Toon Adventures: Wacky Sports Challenge (released as Tiny Toon Adventures: Wild & Wacky Sports in Europe and Tiny Toon Adventures: Dotabata Daiundoukai in Japan[3]), released in 1994 for the Super NES and developed and published by Konami, is a sports video game based on the cartoon television series Tiny Toon Adventures. It is one of the few SNES games to feature an SNES Multitap supporting up to four simultaneous players..

 

 Vegas Stakes- 5 players

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Vegas Stakes, known as Las Vegas Dream in Japan, is a gambling video game developed by HAL Laboratory and released in April 1993 for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, and for the Game Boy in December 1995. The Super NES version supports the Super NES Mouse, while the Game Boy version is compatible with the Super Game Boy, and features borders which use artwork from the SNES version. It is the sequel to the NES game Vegas Dream.

 Top Gear 3000- 4 players

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Top Gear 3000, later released in Japan as The Planet's Champ: TG3000 (プラネットチャンプ TG3000), is a racing video game developed by Gremlin Interactive and published by Kemco for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. It is the third game in the original Top Gear trilogy, and the last in the series to be developed by Gremlin. 3000 heavily resembles the previous Top Gear 2, but is set in the distant future.

 WCW SuperBrawl Wrestling- 4 players

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WCW SuperBrawl Wrestling is a professional wrestling video game published by FCI, Inc. for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1994. The third World Championship Wrestling (WCW) video game, it is named after the pay-per-view SuperBrawl. It was the only WCW game to be released on the Super NES, and the last to be produced by FCI, Inc.

 WWE Raw-4 players

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WWE Raw (formerly WWF Raw) is a professional wrestling video game released on the Xbox and Microsoft Windows by THQ in 2002. It is based on the television series of the same name. It was the first WWE game released on the Xbox and also the last WWE game released on PC until the release of WWE 2K15 thirteen years later in 2015. It is also the last game released under the WWF name as the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) changed its name to World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) in May of that year. A sequel was released in 2003.

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