Shigeru Miyamoto gameography

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The Shigeru Miyamoto gameography includes all video games directed, produced, or designed by Shigeru Miyamoto. Hired in 1977 at Nintendo Co, Ltd. by president Hiroshi Yamauchi for his toy creations,[1] Miyamoto's video game career began as Nintendo entered the arcade video game market in the late 1970s, and continued to grow the company itself and take an increasing leadership role. His video game contributions began with arcade cabinet art, then pixel art design as in the arcade Sheriff (1979), full game codevelopment roles as in the arcade Radar Scope (1979), primary concept and development roles as in Nintendo's first phenomenal hit Donkey Kong (1981), and his first console-only game Devil World (1984). Miyamoto has become one of the most influential video game designers of all time,[2] having started video game franchises such as Super Mario and The Legend of Zelda.

Date Title Platform Director Producer Designer Notes
1979 Sheriff Arcade - - [3]
Radar Scope Arcade - - [4]
1980 Space Firebird Arcade - - [3]
1981 Donkey Kong Arcade - [5]
Sky Skipper Arcade - - [6]
1982 Donkey Kong Junior Arcade - [7]
Popeye Arcade - - [3]
1983 Mario Bros. Arcade - [8]
Donkey Kong 3 Arcade - [9]
Baseball NES/Famicom - - [10]
1984 Tennis NES/Famicom - - [10]
Golf NES/Famicom - - [10]
Devil World NES/Famicom - - [11]
Excitebike NES/Famicom [12]
Urban Champion NES/Famicom - -
1985 Ice Climber NES/Famicom - [13] -
Super Mario Bros. NES/Famicom
1986 The Legend of Zelda FDS/NES/Famicom [14]
The Mysterious Murasame Castle FDS [15] [15] -
Super Mario Bros. 2/Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels FDS [16] -
1987 Zelda II: The Adventure of Link FDS/NES/Famicom - [17] -
Yume Kōjō: Doki Doki Panic/Super Mario Bros. 2 FDS/NES/Famicom -
1988 Super Mario Bros. 3 NES/Famicom - Director alongside Takashi Tezuka
1989 Mother NES/Famicom - [18] -
1990 F-Zero SNES/Super Famicom - -
Super Mario World SNES/Super Famicom - -
Pilotwings SNES/Super Famicom - [19] -
1991 Yoshi NES/Famicom/Game Boy - [20] -
The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past SNES/Super Famicom - -
1992 Super Mario Kart SNES/Super Famicom - -
Wave Race Game Boy - -
1993 The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening Game Boy - -
Star Fox SNES/Super Famicom - [21]
Super Mario All-Stars SNES/Super Famicom - -
Yoshi's Safari SNES/Super Famicom - -
1994 Donkey Kong Game Boy - -
Stunt Race FX SNES/Super Famicom - -
Donkey Kong Country SNES/Super Famicom - - - Advisor
Kirby's Dream Course SNES/Super Famicom - - Co-producer alongside Satoru Iwata
1995 BS Zelda no Densetsu Super Famicom/Satellaview - - [22] Co-designer alongside Takashi Tezuka
Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island Super Famicom/SNES - -
1996 Mole Mania Game Boy - -
Super Mario RPG Super Famicom/SNES - -
Pilotwings 64 Nintendo 64 - [23]
Pokémon Red / Green / Blue Game Boy - -
Kirby Super Star SNES/Super Famicom - - Co-producer alongside Satoru Iwata
Super Mario 64 Nintendo 64 [24] [24] -
Wave Race 64 Nintendo 64 - -
Mario Kart 64 Nintendo 64 - -
BS Super Mario USA Power Challenge Super Famicom/Satellaview - - - Original designer
1997 Star Fox 64 Nintendo 64 - [21]
Yoshi's Story Nintendo 64 - - - Supervising Producer
1998 1080° Snowboarding Nintendo 64 - -
F-Zero X Nintendo 64 - -
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time Nintendo 64 Producer and supervisor
Mario Party Nintendo 64 - - - Supervisor alongside Kenji Miki and Hidetoshi Endo
1999 F-Zero X Expansion Kit Nintendo 64DD - -
Mario Artist: Paint Studio Nintendo 64DD - - - Supervisor
Super Smash Bros. Nintendo 64 - -
Pokémon Stadium Nintendo 64 - -
Mario Party 2 Nintendo 64 - - - Supervisor alongside Hidetoshi Endo
2000 Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards Nintendo 64 - - - Supervisor alongside Satoru Iwata
The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask Nintendo 64 - - Co-writer alongside Mitsuhiro Takano and Yoshiaki Koizumi
Mario Tennis Nintendo 64 - - - Supervisor alongside Takashi Tezuka and Koji Kondo
Paper Mario Nintendo 64 - -
Mario Party 3 Nintendo 64 - - - Supervisor alongside Hidetoshi Endo
Pokémon Stadium 2 Nintendo 64 - -
2001 The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons Game Boy Color - - - General producer
The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages Game Boy Color - - -
Super Mario Advance Game Boy Advance - -
Hamtaro: Ham-Hams Unite! Game Boy Color - -
Luigi's Mansion GameCube - -
Wave Race: Blue Storm GameCube - -
Mario Kart: Super Circuit Game Boy Advance - -
Pikmin GameCube - - Created concept and game
Super Smash Bros. Melee GameCube - -
2002 Disney's Magical Mirror Starring Mickey Mouse GameCube - -
Super Mario World: Super Mario Advance 2 Game Boy Advance - -
Doshin the Giant GameCube - -
Eternal Darkness: Sanity's Requiem GameCube - -
Super Mario Sunshine GameCube - -
Yoshi's Island: Super Mario Advance 3 Game Boy Advance - -
Metroid Prime GameCube - -
Star Fox Adventures GameCube - -
Hamtaro: Ham-Ham Heartbreak Game Boy Advance - [25] -
Mario Party 4 Gamecube - - - Supervisor alongside Hidetoshi Endo
The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker GameCube - -
2003 F-Zero GX GameCube - -
Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour GameCube - - - Supervisor
Donkey Konga GameCube - - - Supervisor
1080 Avalanche GameCube - -
Pac-Man Vs. GameCube -
The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventures GameCube - -
Kirby Air Ride GameCube - -
Donkey Kong Country Game Boy Advance - -
Mario Kart: Double Dash GameCube - -
Kirby & the Amazing Mirror Game Boy Advance - -
Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga Game Boy Advance - -
Giftpia GameCube - [26] - Only released in Japan
Hamtaro: Rainbow Rescue Game Boy Advance - [27] -
Mario Party 5 Gamecube - - - Supervisor alongside Takashi Tezuka and Hidetoshi Endo
2004 The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap Game Boy Advance - - - General producer[28]
Metal Gear Solid: The Twin Snakes GameCube - - - Guided developer team with Hideo Kojima[29]
Metroid Prime 2: Echoes GameCube - - -
Pikmin 2 GameCube - -
Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door GameCube - -
Donkey Kong Jungle Beat GameCube - - - General producer alongside Takashi Tezuka
Mario vs. Donkey Kong Game Boy Advance - -
Mario Power Tennis Gamecube - - - Supervisor alongside Takashi Tezuka
Mario Party 6 Gamecube - - - Supervisor alongside Takashi Tezuka and Hidetoshi Endo
Super Mario 64 DS Nintendo DS - - Producer; supervising director
2005 Mario Party Advance Game Boy Advance - - - Supervisor alongside Takashi Tezuka and Hidetoshi Endo
Star Fox: Assault GameCube - -
Geist GameCube - - - Senior producer
Chibi-Robo! GameCube - - - Senior producer
Nintendogs Nintendo DS - - General producer — created concept and game
Mario Tennis: Power Tour Game Boy Advance - - - Supervisor alongside Takashi Tezuka
Super Mario Strikers Gamecube - - - Supervisor
Mario Party 7 Gamecube - - - Supervisor alongside Takashi Tezuka
Mario Kart DS Nintendo DS - - - General producer
2006 Mario vs. Donkey Kong 2: March of the Minis Nintendo DS - - - Original game design
New Super Mario Bros. Nintendo DS - - - Supervisor
Wii Sports Wii - - - General producer
The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess GameCube/Wii - - Started as director and switched roles with Eiji Aonuma
2007 Super Paper Mario Wii - - - Supervisor
Mario Strikers Charged Wii - - - Supervisor
The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass Nintendo DS - - - General producer[30]
Mario Party 8 Wii - - - Original Character Design; Supervisor alongside Takashi Tezuka
Metroid Prime 3: Corruption Wii - - -
Super Mario Galaxy Wii - Producer alongside Takao Shimizu; Game design concept[31]
Mario Party DS DS - - - Original Character Design; Supervisor alongside Takashi Tezuka
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Wii - - - Senior Producer
Link's Crossbow Training Wii - - - General producer
Wii Fit Wii - - General producer
2008 Super Smash Bros. Brawl Wii - - - Senior supervisor for Nintendo
Mario Kart Wii Wii - - - General producer
Wii Music Wii - - General producer
2009 Punch-Out!! Wii - - - Supervisor alongside Genyo Takeda
Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Minis March Again! Nintendo DSi (DSiWare) - - - Supervisor
New Super Mario Bros. Wii Wii - - - General producer
2010 Super Mario Galaxy 2 Wii - - - General producer and writer[32]
Donkey Kong Country Returns Wii - - - Supervisor
2011 Steel Diver Nintendo 3DS - - [33] General producer
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D Nintendo 3DS - - - Original game producer/supervisor; general producer
Star Fox 64 3D Nintendo 3DS - - - Original game producer; general producer
Super Mario 3D Land Nintendo 3DS - - - General producer alongside Takashi Tezuka
Mario Kart 7 Nintendo 3DS - - - General producer
The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword Wii - - - General producer
2012 Mario Party 9 Wii - - - Supervisor alongside Takashi Tezuka
Mario Tennis Open Nintendo 3DS - - - Supervisor
New Super Mario Bros. 2 Nintendo 3DS - - - General producer
Nintendo Land Wii U - - - General producer
New Super Mario Bros. U Wii U - - - General producer
2013 Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon Nintendo 3DS - -
Pikmin 3 Wii U - - - General producer
The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD Wii U - - - General producer
Super Mario 3D World Wii U - - - General producer
Mario Party: Island Tour Nintendo 3DS - - - Supervisor alongside Takashi Tezuka and Hiroshi Sato
The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds Nintendo 3DS - - - General producer
2014 Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze Wii U - - - Supervisor
Mario Golf: World Tour Nintendo 3DS - - - Supervisor
Mario Kart 8 Wii U - - - General producer
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U Wii U/Nintendo 3DS - - - Senior supervisor for Nintendo
Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker Wii U - - - General producer
2015 The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask 3D Nintendo 3DS - - - Original game producer/supervisor; general producer
Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Tipping Stars Wii U/Nintendo 3DS - - - Supervisor alongside Kensuke Tanabe
Mario Party 10 Wii U - - - Supervisor alongside Takashi Tezuka and Hiroshi Sato
Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition Nintendo 3DS - - - Supervisor
Splatoon Wii U - - - General producer alongside Katsuya Eguchi
Super Mario Maker Wii U - - - General producer
The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes Nintendo 3DS - - - General producer
Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash Wii U - - - Supervisor
Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam Nintendo 3DS - - - Supervisor alongside Takashi Tezuka and Kensuke Tanabe
2016 The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD Wii U - - - General producer
Star Fox Zero Wii U - - Supervising director; producer alongside Tadashi Sugiyama and Atsushi Inaba
Star Fox Guard Wii U - - - General producer
Paper Mario: Color Splash Wii U - - - Supervisor alongside Takashi Tezuka
Super Mario Maker for Nintendo 3DS Nintendo 3DS - - - General producer
Super Mario Run[34] iOS/Android - - - General producer
2017 The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Nintendo Switch/Wii U - - General producer alongside Shinya Takahashi
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Nintendo Switch - - General producer alongside Shinya Takahashi
Arms Nintendo Switch - - General producer alongside Katsuya Eguchi and Shinya Takahashi
Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle Nintendo Switch - - - Supervisor
Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser’s Minions Nintendo 3DS - - - Supervisor
Super Mario Odyssey Nintendo Switch - - - Executive producer alongside Tatsumi Kimishima
2018 Starlink: Battle for Atlas Nintendo Switch - - - Supervisor
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Nintendo Switch - - - Original Game Supervisor
Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story + Bowser Jr.’s Journey Nintendo 3DS - - - Supervisor

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