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I recently got a Super Everdrive, and thus finally a reason to plug in the SNES mouse I've been carrying with me for about 8 years. Test program says everything worked perfect, I ran it through Mario Paint and Civilization, both worked great.
My question is, are there any other SNES Mouse compatible games worth playing other than:
AD&D:Eye of the Beholder
King Arthur's World
Might and Magic 3
? Because other than those and maybe Arkanoid, I don't see any games worth playing, and I don't know about the PAL and Japan releases. Anyone have any recs?
I recommend Kid Dracula on the Nintendo Entertainment System.
Don't have any recs for you, but I recently got a super everdrive myself. How much fun are you having with the SNES mouse games? Is it worth getting a SNES mouse? I'm also thinking about getting the light gun for the system.
Other than that, anyone got some good JRPGs on the SNES to recommend? I've played Chrono Trigger, Eartbound and FF6 already. I'd prefer something with a battle system more involved than FF6's, so one that keeps me somewhat active during battles would be good. How is 7th Saga? I've heard good things about it.
Acme Animation Factory is really good.
I know people don't like it, but really, the SNES Jurassic Park was good. I wouldn't recommend it with the mouse, though, unless you're really curious (if I remember right, only the FPS sections used the mouse).
Really, you could give the full list a run through and see what you like.
So you have an everdrive, the mouse, and a list of all the compatible games... And just why aren't you the one telling the worthwhile games here?? All you have to do is try them out and there aren't even that many...
>How much fun are you having with the SNES mouse games?
Civilization is good as always, still have yet to try the rest.
>Is it worth getting a SNES mouse?
I'm really liking it so far, Civilization doesn't seem nearly as smooth when using a controller. But I got it for $2 back in the day, I'm not sure if it's entirely worth the $15-$25 it's been selling for since July 2014.
>I'm also thinking about getting the light gun for the system.
I was thinking about it, but it has less compatible games than the Zapper did. At least the Zapper had The Lone Ranger. And if I recall correctly, one of the best Super Scope games, Metal Combat, isn't compatible with the Super ED.
>somewhat active during battles
Try Secret of Mana, Secret of Evermore, Ogre Battle.
I'll give that a go, thanks for the heads up.
Why bother with mario paint? Honest question. There's a million programs that do everything it does better. What's the point? I haven't really played it since I was a kid. Maybe I'm missing something.