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This is a list of games released on the Century 16 released in North America from 1990 to 1999. It doesn't include homebrews/hacks, bootlegs, and pirated games.

Title Publisher Year released in North America ESRB Rating Notes
Aladdin Capcom 1993 N/A
American Gladiators GameTek 1991 N/A
Baku Baku Animal Telegames 1996 K-A Released under license from Sega.
Barney and Baby Bop's Coloring Book Adventure Virgin Games 1993 N/A
Barney's ABC's Electronic Exchange 1994 EC
Barney's Numbers Electronic Exchange 1994 EC
Batman: The Dark Knight Sunsoft 1990 N/A Rated T on "The Originals" re-release.
Batman Forever Acclaim 1994 T
Batman Returns Sunsoft 1992 N/A
Battletoads Tradewest 1991 N/A
Battletoads & Double Dragon Sony Imagesoft 1993 N/A
Chuck Rock Virgin Games 1992 N/A
ClayFighter Interplay 1993 N/A
Doom Id Software 1995 T
Double Dare GameTek 1990 N/A Rated K-A on "The Originals" re-release
Double Dragon Acclaim 1990 N/A Rated T on "The Originals" re-release
Double Dragon II: The Revenge Acclaim 1991 N/A
Double Dragon 3: The Sacred Stones Acclaim 1992 N/A
Double Dragon V: The Shadow Falls Tradewest 1994 T
Dragonball Bandai 1995 K-A Later re-rated T in 1996 after complaints. First Dragonball video game released in North America. AKA Dragonball: Goku's Childhood Adventure.
Dragonball Z Bandai 1997 T First Dragonball Z video game released in North America. AKA Dragonball Z: Hyper Dimension.
Earthworm Jim Playmates Interactvie 1994 K-A
Exosquad Playmates Interactive 1995 T
FIFA International Soccer Electronic Arts 1993 N/A
FIFA Soccer '95 Electronic Arts 1994 K-A
FIFA Soccer '96 Electronic Arts 1995 K-A
FIFA Soccer '97 Electronic Arts 1996 K-A
FIFA Soccer '98 Electronic Arts 1997 K-A AKA FIFA Road to World Cup Soccer '98.
Final Fight Capcom 1992 N/A
Home Alone THQ 1991 N/A
Home Alone 2 THQ 1992 N/A
It Came from the Desert Cinemaware 1991 N/A
Jeopardy! GameTek 1991 N/A
Jeopardy! Kids Edition GameTek 1992 N/A
Jeopardy! Sports Edition GameTek 1993 N/A
Lethal Enforcers Konami 1993 N/A Only uses the standard Century 16 controllers. Criticized as the worst home port of Lethal Enforcers. Has the "TechEruo Mature Content Advisory" label.
The Lion King Virgin Games 1994 K-A
Mario's Super Planet Nintendo/Telegames 1998 K-A (Beta Versions) E (Retail Version) Features all levels from Super Mario Bros, The Lost Levels, 2, 3, World & Yoshi's Island. One of the last games released on Century 16. Recalled in January 1999.
Mega Man & Bass Capcom 1999 E Last game released for Century 16.
Mega Man: Mighty Adventures Capcom 1994 K-A
Mega Man 8 Capcom 1997 K-A Does not contain video cut scenes.
Mega Man X4 Capcom 1997 K-A Does not contain video cut scenes.
Mega Man X Trilogy Capcom 1996 K-A
MIDI Maze Bulletproof Software 1990 N/A Rated K-A on "The Originals" re-release
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Bandai 1994 K-A Similar to the SNES version. Has the Green Ranger (Tommy Oliver) as a playable character.
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie Bandai 1995 K-A
Mortal Kombat Acclaim 1992 N/A Contains the same censorship as the SNES version, but the blood is recolored green. Red blood can be activated via a blood code that can be entered in the options menu, Has the "TechEruo Mature Content Advisory" label.
Mortal Kombat II Acclaim 1993 N/A Has the "TechEruo Mature Content Advisory" label. One of the last games to have the infamous "TechEruo Mature Content Advisory" label.
Mortal Kombat 3 Midway 1994 M First game to have an ESRB rating.
NBA Live 95 EA Sports 1994 K-A
NBA Live 96 EA Sports 1995 K-A
NBA Live 97 EA Sports 1996 K-A
NBA Live 98 EA Sports 1997 K-A
Ninja Gaiden Temco 1990 N/A Rated T on "The Originals" re-release
Power Rangers in Space Bandai 1998 K-A Features a 16-bit rendition of the Denji Sentai MegaRanger theme song.
Power Rangers Turbo Bandai 1997 K-A
Power Rangers Zeo Bandai 1996 K-A
RollerCoasterBuilder Electronic Exchange 1993 N/A The first game to use the Century 16 FX chip.
RollerCoasterBuilder II Electronic Exchange 1995 K-A
Ren & Stimpy - Buckaroos THQ 1994 K-A
Ren & Stimpy - Fire Dogs THQ 1994 K-A
Ren & Stimpy - Stimpy Machine THQ 1993 N/A
Ren & Stimpy - Veediots THQ 1993 N/A
Rescue 911 Malibu Games 1994 T
Rocko's Modern Life Viacom New Media 1994 K-A
Sesame Street Classic Games Hi Tech Expresions 1992 N/A Contains the Sesame Street games that were previously released on the Atari 2600 with updated graphics, sounds, and controls. The games included are Alpha Beam with Ernie, Big Bird's Egg Catch, Cookie Monster Munch, and Oscar's Trash Race.
Sesame Street Counting Cafe Electronic Arts 1994 EC
Shaq Fu Electronic Arts 1994 T
Street Fighter Capcom 1990 N/A A port of the arcade game. Rated T on "The Originals" re-release. The NPCs from the original arcade version are only playable in the two player versus mode. Mike was omitted and a match against Ryu (if playing as Ken) or Ken (if playing as Ryu) replaces the match against Mike in the one player arcade mode.
Street Fighter Alpha: Warrior's Dreams Capcom 1995 T
Street Fighter Alpha 2 Capcom 1996 T
Street Fighter II: The World Warrior Capcom 1992 N/A
Street Fighter II Championship Edition Capcom 1993 N/A
Super Sloppy Double Dare GameTek 1991 N/A
Super Street Fighter II: The New Challengers Capcom 1994 T All of the male characters use Ryu's death cry and all of the female characters use Chun-Li's death cry when they get knocked out.
Super Street Fighter II Turbo Capcom 1997 T
Superhuman Samurai Syber Squad Playmates Interactive 1995 K-A
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Tournament Fighters Konami 1993 N/A
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time Konami 1992 N/A
Texter's Keys to Adventure Electronic Exchange 1992 N/A Requires the Type Texter controller.
Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends THQ 1994 EC
Toy Story Disney Interactive 1995 K-A Uses the Century 16 FX chip for several of the pre-rendered graphics and the claw machine stage.
Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 Midway 1995 M
Wheel of Fortune GameTek 1990 N/A Rated K-A on "The Originals" re-release
Wheel of Fortune Kids Edition GameTek 1991 N/A
Where in Time is Carmen Sandiego? Broderbund 1991 N/A
Where in the USA is Carmen Sandiego? Broderbund 1993 N/A
Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego? Broderbund 1992 N/A Based on The game show of the same name. Features the "Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego?" song by Rockapella.
Wolfenstein 3D Id Software 1993 N/A Has the "TechEruo Mature Content Advisory" label.
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