An NES game is a type of Nitrome game. NES games were originally games that could be played on the Nitrome Enjoyment System, and then were ported and released on Nitrome.com. NES games have 16-bit graphics, instead of usual Nitrome games which are 32-bit. The startup for NES games usually involve the game cartridge for the game.
The menu for NES Games has a little message which reads "Click to play"; clicking will open up the menu. NES Games are also more pixelated than usual games.
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- Pop Bros.
- Fighting Game (unofficial name)
- Cuboy Game (unofficial name)
- NES Sky Serpents (unofficial name)
- Medieval RPG Game (unofficial name)
- The NES is also an acronym for Nintendo Entertainment System.