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    Default 4 Player SNES Games

    What 4 player games were released for the SNES?

    I know of the following:

    Super Bomberman
    NBA Jam Tournament Edition
    Wanted and willing to pay for:
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    Super off road I'm pretty sure.

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    Super Bomberman
    Super Bomberman 2
    Super Bomberman 3
    Super Bomberman 4
    Super Bomberman 5

    All of which are great games. Play them in order though, and also play them with friends Note that Super Bomber 3 through 5 are Super Famicom only, but that shouldn't stop you from playing them on your SNES. It didn't stop me.

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    Yeah a fun multiplayer game with a somewhat good single player too.

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    Probably not what you're looking for, but just about all of the EA Sports games could be played with four people.

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    Currently identified games that use the multitap (includes 3 and 5 player games too):

    Bakukyuu Renpatsu!! Super B-Daman: Port 2
    Bakutou Dochers: Port 2
    Barkley Shut Up and Jam!: Port 2
    Battle Cross: Port 2
    Battle Jockey: Port 2
    Bill Walsh College Football: Port 2
    Capcom's Soccer Shootout: Port 2
    College Slam: Port 2
    Crystal Beans From Dungeon Explorer: Port 2
    Dragon - The Bruce Lee Story: Port 2
    Dream Basketball - Dunk and Hoop: Port 2
    Dynamic Stadium: Port 2
    ESPN National Hockey Night: Port 2
    FIFA 98: Port 2
    FIFA International Soccer: Port 2
    FIFA Soccer 96: Port 2
    FIFA Soccer 97: Port 2
    Final Set: Port 2
    Fire Striker: Port 2
    From TV Animation Slam Dunk - SD Heat Up!!: Port 2
    Go! Go! Dodge League: Port 2
    Hammerlock Wrestling: Port 2
    Hat Trick Hero 2: Port 2
    Head-On Soccer: Port 2
    Hebereke no Oishii Puzzle ha Irimasenka: Port 2
    Human Grand Prix III - F1 Triple Battle: Port 2
    Human Grand Prix IV - F1 Dream Battle: Port 2
    Hungry Dinosaurs: Port 2
    International Superstar Soccer Deluxe: Port 2
    J. League Excite Stage '94: Port 2
    J. League Excite Stage '95: Port 2
    J. League Excite Stage '96: Port 2
    J. League Super Soccer '95: Port 2
    J. League Super Soccer: Port 2
    JWP Joshi Pro Wrestling - Pure Wrestle Queens: Port 2
    Jikkyou Power Pro Wrestling '96: Port 2
    Jimmy Connors Pro Tennis Tour: Port 2
    Kunio-kun no Dodge Ball dayo Zenin Shuugou!: Port 2
    Looney Tunes Basketball: Port 2
    Madden NFL '94: Port 2
    Madden NFL '95: Port 2
    Madden NFL '96: Port 2
    Madden NFL '97: Port 2
    Madden NFL '98: Port 2
    Micro Machines 2 - Turbo Tournament: Port 2
    Micro Machines: Port 2
    Mizuki Shigeru no Youkai Hyakkiyakou: Port 2
    Multi Play Volleyball: Port 2
    NBA Give 'N Go: Port 2
    NBA Hang Time: Port 2
    NBA Jam - Tournament Edition: Port 2
    NBA Jam: Port 2
    NBA Live 95: Port 2
    NBA Live 96: Port 2
    NBA Live 97: Port 2
    NBA Live 98: Port 2
    NCAA Final Four Basketball: Port 2
    NCAA Football: Port 2
    NFL Quarterback Club 96: Port 2
    NFL Quarterback Club: Port 2
    NHL '94: Port 2
    NHL '98: Port 2
    NHL Pro Hockey '94: Port 2
    Natsume Championship Wrestling: Port 2
    Peace Keepers, The: Port 2
    Pieces: Port 2
    Rap Jam - Volume One: Port 2
    Saturday Night Slam Masters: Port 2
    Secret of Mana: Port 2
    Shin Nippon Pro Wrestling '94 - Battlefield in Tokyo Dome: Port 2
    Shin Nippon Pro Wrestling - Chou Senshi in Tokyo Dome: Port 2
    Shin Nippon Pro Wrestling Kounin '95 - Tokyo Dome Battle 7: Port 2
    Smash Tennis: Port 2
    Sporting News, The - Power Baseball: Port 2
    Sterling Sharpe End 2 End: Port 2
    Street Hockey '95: Port 2
    Street Racer: Port 2
    Sugoi Hebereke: Port 2
    Sugoro Quest ++ Dicenics: Port 2
    Super Bomberman - Panic Bomber W: Port 2
    Super Bomberman 2: Port 2
    Super Bomberman 3: Port 2
    Super Bomberman 4: Port 2
    Super Bomberman 5: Port 2
    Super Bomberman: Port 2
    Super Fire Pro Wrestling - Queen's Special: Port 2
    Super Fire Pro Wrestling Special: Port 2
    Super Fire Pro Wrestling X Premium: Port 2
    Super Fire Pro Wrestling X: Port 2
    Super Formation Soccer 94 - World Cup Final Data: Port 2
    Super Formation Soccer 94: Port 2
    Super Formation Soccer 95 della Serie A - UCC Xaqua: Port 2
    Super Formation Soccer 95 della Serie A: Port 2
    Super Formation Soccer 96: Port 2
    Super Formation Soccer II: Port 2
    Super Ice Hockey: Port 2
    Super Kyousouba - Kaze no Sylphid: Port 2
    Super Power League: Port 2
    Super Tekkyuu Fight!: Port 2
    Super Tetris 3: Port 2
    Syndicate: Port 2
    Tenryu Genichiro no Pro Wrestling Revolution: Port 2
    Tiny Toon Adventures - Wild & Wacky Sports: Port 2
    Top Gear 3000: Port 2
    Turbo Toons: Port 2
    Virtual Soccer: Port 2
    Vs. Collection: Port 2
    WWF Raw: Port 2
    Yuujin no Furi Furi Girls: Port 2
    Zero 4 Champ RR-Z: Port 2
    Zero 4 Champ RR: Port 2
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    Quote Originally Posted by Evan
    Currently identified games that use the multitap (includes 3 and 5 player games too):

    Bakukyuu Renpatsu!! Super B-Daman: Port 2
    *snip*
    Zero 4 Champ RR: Port 2
    That is a MUCH longer list than I would have ever expected. The SNES multitap seems to have gotten its fair share of support.
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    I love my multi-tap! I didn't think Super Bomberman 2 in US was multi-player though, better go look again. I love playing three people with Secret of Mana.

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    Yeah, there are quite a few. I would like to try the Zero 4 Champ (basically a drag racing rpg) multiplayer. I think hydr0x had his hand in creating this list (from nrst).
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    There is a multitap that allows for a total of 6 players at a time. One in first player and the remaining five in the multitap. However, I don't think any SNES game supports 6 players. So the question is, how many 5 player games are there, as all of the multitaps allow for up to 5 players total.

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    Wasn't Wario Blast on the super game boy multitap compatible? I heard somewhere that it was.
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    Actually, the snes can handle up to 8 player games (with two multitaps hooked up), but there aren't any games that handle more than 5 players.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Evan
    Actually, the snes can handle up to 8 player games (with two multitaps hooked up), but there aren't any games that handle more than 5 players.
    Then actually that would be 10 players total because there is a 5 player multitap, and therefore two of these multitaps means a total of 10 controllers at a time.

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    Woah! I'd have never thought that so many SNES/SFC games use the multitap. I must say that my favorite SNES/SFC game that uses the multitap, is Super Bomberman 5. The gameplay is very cool and it has a great single and multiplayer mode.

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    Very old thread, but whatever.

    Anyway, I've never understood why that Gamefaqs list doesn't include Bomberman GB and Wario Blast, the two games (both Bomberman titles) that have 4-player multiplayer modes on the SNES through the Super Game Boy. Super Game Boy features are SNES-exclusive, they really should count...

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