List of Soundlink games of Satellaview

In this page, you can see Soundlink games which were distributed by the "Super Famicom Broadcasting" of Satellaview.
Games listed below are collected from program tables recorded in magazines of those days.
These magazines are:
"Family Computer Magazine (Famimaga)"
"Famimaga 64"
"Famicom Tsushin"
"The Super Famicom".

Every game has slight possibility to be recorded in the 8M memory packs.
This list, therefore, may be used as a collection of existing Satellaview games.

made by Hehokun (@bakobepe_ami)

Stellaview Information
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Demo/trial games and best games


(BS Zelda no Densetsu / Legend of Zelda)
ReleaseAug 6, 95 (MAP1)
Dec 31, 95 (MAP2)
SourcesFamimaga, No.16, 1995, supplement
Famimaga, No.17, 1995, supplement
Famimaga, No.1-2, 96
(Famimaga, No.16, 1995, supplement, p.34)
(Famimaga, No.17, 1995, supplement, p.42)
DescriptionThe first soundlink game, based on "Zelda no Densetsu(FCDISK)". BS Zelda features time limit (60 min.) and audio guidance, which are common to all soundlink games. After 10 mintues, player hears advice by recorded voice. It consists of 4 stories.
On December 1995, "BS Zelda no Densetsu MAP2" was begun broadcasting. It contains 4 stories as well.

All Japanスーパーボンブリスカップ'95
(All Japan Super Bombliss Cup '95)
ReleaseOct 4, 95
SourcesFamimaga, No.20, 1995
Famimaga, No.22, 1995
(Famimaga, No.22, 1995, p.161)
DescriptionThe second soundlink game, based on "スーパーボンブリス(Super Bombliss)". It seems to be a score-competing game in which player tries to erase all blocks.

わいわいでQ 秋の大感謝祭!&春の採点
(Waiwai de Q: Aki no Dai Kanshasai & Haru no Saiten)
ReleaseNov 1, 1995 (Aki no Dai Kansha Sai)
Mar 6, 1996 (Haru no Saiten)
SourcesFamimaga, No.22, 1995
Famimaga, No.24, 1995
Famimaga, No.5, 1996
(Famimaga, No.24, 1995, p.151)
(Famimaga, No.5, 1996, p.67)
(Famimaga, No.5, 1996, p.67)
DescriptionA soundlink event of an audio program "Waiwai de Q", combined "わいわいチェック (Waiwai Check)" with "サテラQ(Satella Q)". Waiwai Check is a spotting-difference game with voice guidance. Satella Q is a quiz competition whose questions are told by voice.

ナグザットカップ(Naxat Cup)
Satellaview Bass Tournament "BIGFIGHT"
ReleaseDec 1 ,1995
SourcesFamimaga, No.24, 1995
Famitsu, Dec 22, 1995
(Famitsu, Dec 22, 1995, p.189)
DescriptionA soundlink game based on "スーパーフィッシング ビッグファイト(Super Fishing: Big Fight)". Player competes in the sum of weight of Black Basses within the limited time. To apply the contest, player sends passwords shown in the result scene. Some prizes went to the best performer.

BSモノポリー講座 ボードウォークへの道
(BS Monopoly Kouza: Boardwalk heno Michi)
ReleaseDec 3, 1995
DeveloperTomy, APE
SourcesFamimaga, No.25, 1995
Famitsu, Dec 19, 1995
(Famitsu, Dec 19, 1995, p.205)
DescriptionDerived from "ザ・モノポリーゲーム2(The Monopoly Game 2), the game features Monopoly. Player can use "Giga (used in BS-X city)" as currency. An actor Akira Takarada hosts the program, while secret codes are told to player during the game.

BSマーヴェラス タイムアスレチック&キャンプアーノルド
(BS Marvelous: Time Athletic & Camp Arnold)
ReleaseJan 7 ,1996(Time Athletic)
Nov 3, 1996(Camp Arnold)
SourcesFamimaga, No.1-2, 1996
Famimaga64, No.9, 1996
Screenshots BSマーヴェラス
(Famimaga, No.1-2, 1996, p.51)
(Famimaga64, No.9, 1996, p.101)
(Famimaga64, No.9, 1996, p.101)
DescriptionA preview version of "マーヴェラス もうひとつの宝島(Marvelous: Mou Hitotsu no Takara Jima)". In the background of "Athletic Land", player collects nine stamps from "stampers". Voice of Eiko Masuyama as teacher Jina was told.
"キャンプアーノルド(Camp Arnold)" is the prequel of the main story. The rule is the same as "タイムアスレチック(Time Athletic)".

(BS Dragon Quest / Dragon Warrior)
ReleaseFeb 4, 1996
SourcesFamimaga, No.3, 1996
(Famimaga, No.3, 1996, p.64)
(Famimaga, No.3, 1996, p.64)
DescriptionSoundlink RPG based on I of "ドラゴンクエストI・II(Dragon Quest I-II)". Player adventures on Alefgard and aim to achieve objectives such as finding certain items.Earned gold or XP etc. are added up to total score. Audio is used as BGM by the orchestra and advices. It consists of four stories: "導入(introduction)", "ダンジョン特集(dungeons collection)", "フィールド特集(field collection)", "フィナーレ(finale)".

BSスーパーマリオUSA パワーチャレンジ
(BS Super Mario USA: Power Challenge / Super Mario Bros. 2)
ReleaseMar 31, 1996
SourcesFamimaga, No.6, 1996
Famimaga, No.7, 1996
(Famimaga, No.6, 1996, p.111)
(Famitsu, Apr 16, 1996, p.161)
DescriptionA remake of "Super Mario USA / Super Mario Bros. 2" in "Super Mario Collection / Super Mario All-Stars". Time limit and score competition are added to the original version. Dramas by voice actors are also featured, the cast is: Toru Furuya as Mario, Mariko Mukai as Peach / Princess Toadstool, Ichirota Miyakawa as Luigi, Nanae Sumitomo as Kinopio / Toad, and "Mr. Lady" as Catherine / Birdo.

BS風来のシレン スララを救え
(BS Furai no Shiren: Surara wo Sukue)
ReleaseApr 28, 1996
SourcesFamimaga, No.7, 1996
Famimaga, No.9-10, 1996
(Famimaga, No.7, p.119)
DescriptionA soundlink game using "不思議のダンジョン2 風来のシレン(Fushigi no Dungeon 2: Fuurai no Shiren)". On each play, player explores a series of dungeons between towns; four plays total. The objective is to collect items as many as one can. A prize "マムルボンボン(Mamuru Bon Bon)" went to the best performer.

(BS Spriggan Powered)
ReleaseMay 26, 1996(Prelude)
Jun 30, 1996(Main Story)
SourcesFamimaga, No.11, 1996
Famitsu, Jun 7, 1996
(Famitsu, Jun 7, 1996, p.161)
(Famitsu, Jun 7, 1996, p.161)
DescriptionAn scrolling shooter based on "スプリガン・パワード(Spriggan Powered)". The game has two versions: "Prelude" and the main story. Audio broadcasting of the game is advice on the game (prelude) and voice drama told by characters (main story).Voice actors are Hikaru Midorikawa and Narumi Hidaka.

タカラ杯 大相撲 衛星場所
(Takara Hai Oozumou Eisei Basho)
ReleaseJun 2, 1996
SourcesFamimaga, No.12, 1996
Screenshotsタカラ杯 大相撲
(Famimaga, No.12, 1996, p.47)
DescriptionAn arrangement version of "大相撲魂(Oozumou Damashi)". The gameplay is divided into two parts; player does training in the first half, while real matches are begun in the second half. Scores are counted according to the kinds of used techniques. A voice guide is provided by Kiyoko Taniguchi.

(Satella Q)
ReleaseJul 28, 1996(夏祭り)
Dec 1 ,1996(年末ジャンボ)
May 4, 1997(Q日)
Jun 15, 1997(直Q)
Aug 3, 1997(甲子園)
SourcesFamimaga64, No.3, 1996
Famimaga64, No.12, 1996
Famimaga64, June, 1997
Famimaga64, July, 1997
Famimaga64, November, 1997
(Famimaga64, No.12, 1996, p.106)
(Famimaga64, No.12, 1996, p.106)
(Famimaga64, June, 1997, p.81)
DescriptionSeasonal quiz competition starring "Galacter Ishii (Kouji Ishii)" with an assistant, "Ryouko Chan". It includes eight different types of quiz: "YontaQ", "MojimojiQ", "3x6Q", "QuicQ", "RelaQ", "GraphiQ", "DoReMiFaQ", and "Last Q". Player earns prizes if the "Last Q", whose question gradually becomes visible according to scores of other quizzes, is correctly answered. Satella Q is so popular that it was held a lot of times. Each event has different subtitles such as "脳涼!夏祭り(Nouryou! Natsumatsuri)", "年末ジャンボ宝クイズ(Nemmatsu Jumbo Takara Quiz)""国民のQ日(Kokumin no Qjitsu)""直Q! 変化Q!(TyockQ! HenkaQ!)""Q児たちの甲子園(Qji Tachi no Koushien)".

BSシムシティ 街作り大会
(BS SimCity: Machi Zukuri Taikai)
ReleaseAug 4, 1996
SourcesFamimaga64, No.2, 1996
Famitsu, Aug 16, 1996
(Famimaga64, No.2, 1996, p.58)
(Famitsu, Aug 16, 1996, p.169)
DescriptionA soundlink game based on "SimCity". Its main plot is the same as the original, except graphics of four characters(Dr. Wright, Yoshio Kanetake, Mr. Roy, and Madam Mary) are added. Four different maps are given to player every week, the objective is to develop the city within time limit. During the game, voice of characters is told and happenings occurs simultaneously to all players.

(Dai Ikkai BS Satellaview Hai Derby Stallion 96 Nintendo BC: Zenkoku Baken Ouja Kettei Sen)
ReleaseSep 1, 1996(First contest)
Jan 25, 1998(Second contest)
SourcesFamimaga64, No.1, 1996
Famitsu, Sep 13, 1996
Famitsu, Feb 6, 1998
DescriptionAn event using "ダービースタリオン96(Derby Stallion 96)". Prior to the main race, preliminary race was held in August 1996. Their participants were collected from users. Four main races were held weekly: "サテラスプリントステークス(Satella sprint stakes)", "サテラダービー(Satella Derby)", ""シャルード記念 種牡馬限定(Sharrood Memorial: stallions limited)", "イクノディクタス記念 繁殖牝馬限定(Ikunodictus Memorial: Broodmares limited)".
Players without "Derby Stallion 96" can participate in the event by buying betting tickets. Players compete for total income when all four races are finished.

(BS Bokujo Monogatari: Watashi no Bokujo Taiken Ki / Harvest Moon)
ReleaseSep 2, 1996
SourcesFamimaga64, No.6, 1996
(Famimaga64, No.6, 1996, p.60)
DescriptionA soundlink game of "牧場物語(Bokujo Monogatari / Harvest Moon)", starring Yoshitake Tanaka as MC. Rules are explained in the first ten mintues, then player tries to cultivate the farm, results are announced in the last ten minutes. According to playing style, titles are given to player. It is characteristic of the game that it has no score to compete with other players. The game includes four stories: "はじめての”あうとどあLIFE”(Hajimete no Outdoor life)", "大地と心に溢れる実り!(Daichi to Kokoro ni Afureru Minori!)", "僕らはみんな生きている(Bokura ha Minna Ikite Iru)", and "牧場マスターを目指せ!(Bokujo Master wo Mezase!".

(BS Shin Onigashima)
ReleaseSep 29, 1996
SourcesFamimaga64, No.7-8, 1996
Famimaga64, No.7-8, 1996, p.54)
DescriptionA remake of "新・鬼ヶ島(Shin Onigashima, FCDISK). The story is mixture of Japanese folktales such as Momotarou. Story 1 to 3 feature three companions: "りんご(ringo, dog)", "まつのすけ(Matsunosuke, monkey)", "おはな(Ohana, pheasant)" while story 4 tells the final battle on Onigashima. The game is identical with "平成新・鬼ヶ島(Heisei Shin Onigashima)" which was distributed by Nintendo Power except storytelling parts by voice.

BS F-ZEROグランプリ&BS F-ZEROグランプリ2
(BS F-ZERO Grand Prix 1 & 2)
ReleaseDec 29, 1996(Grand Prix)
Aug 10, 1997(Grand Prix2)
SourcesFamimaga64, No.1-2, 1997
ScreenshotsBS F-ZERO
(Famimaga64, No.1-2, 1997, p.100)
(Famimaga64, No.1-2, 1997, p.100)
DescriptionAn arrangement of "F-ZERO" starring Backy Kiba as a commentator. Graphics of machines are refined and new courses are added.
"BS F-ZERO Grand Prix 2" features a new machine and five original courses.
Prior to broadcasting, "BS F-ZERO 2 Practice" was distributed as a monthly event game. Some of higher-ranking winners appeared on "Grand Prix 2" broadcasting.

(BS Nichibutsu Mahjong)
ReleaseJan 26, 1997
DeveloperNihon Bussan
SourcesFamimaga64, No.3, 1997
Famimaga64, No.6-7, 1997
Famitsu, Feb 14, 1997
(Famitsu, Feb 14, 1997, p.186)
(Famitsu, Feb 14, 1997, p.186)
DescriptionA soundlink game derived from "スーパーニチブツマージャン4 基礎研究編(Super Nichibutsu Mahjong 4: Kiso Kenkyu Hen)". Players compete in "Mahjong Competition" game for total score. Enviromental sound seems to be used as audio broadcasting.

BS Tantei Club: Yuki ni Kieta Kako
ReleaseFeb 9, 1997
SourcesFamimaga64, No.1-2, 1997
Famimaga64, No.3, 1997
Famimaga64, No.4, 1997
(Famimaga64, No.1-2, 1997, p.101)
(Famimaga64, No.3, 1997, p.102)
(Famimaga64, No.3, 1997, p.103)
DescriptionAn original story following two stories of "ファミコン探偵倶楽部(Famicom Tantei Club, FCDISK)". One year after "うしろに立つ少女(Ushiro ni Tatsu Syojo)" story, featuring "橘あゆみ(Tachibana Ayumi)" of Utsugi detective bureau. She tries to solve a murder case occured near her parents' house. The game is particularly invaluable because no remake has done in spite of its unique scenario.

(BS Ihatovo Monogatari)
ReleaseMar 30, 1997
SourcesFamimaga64, No.1-2, 1997
Famimaga64, No.4, 1997
Famimaga64, No.5, 1997
(Famimaga64, No.4, 1997, p.87)
(Famimaga64, No.4, 1997, p.87)
(Famimaga64, No.5, 1997, p.104)
DescriptionA soundlink version of "イーハトーヴォ物語(Ihatovo Monogatari)". It contains eight chapters. The objective is the same as the original: to collect notebooks of Kenji Miyazawa. In the beginning, a poem of Kenji Miyazawa was read aloud.

(BS Zelda no Densetsu: Inishie no Sekiban / Legend of Zelda)
ReleaseMar 2, 1997
SourcesFamimaga64, No.5, 1997
Famimaga64, No.6-7, 1997
(Famimaga64, No.5, 1997, p.104)
(Famimaga64, No.6-7, 1997, p.119)
DescriptionThe second zelda-soundlink game based on "ゼルダの伝説 神々のトライフォース(Zelda no Densetsu Kamigami no Triforce / The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past)", featuring "BSぼく・わたし(BS Boku / Watashi)", not Link. To rescue Princess Zelda, player explores dungeons and tries to find stone tablets. During the game, happnings occur sometimes, as well as voice announce is told.

バス釣りNo.1 春・夏・秋・冬の全国トーナメント
Bass Turi No.1 Haru/Natsu/Aki/Fuyu no Zenkoku Tournament
ReleaseApr 27, 1997(Spring: heats)
May 25, 1997(Spring: final)
Aug 24, 1997(Summer)
Nov 23, 1997(Autumn)
Feb 22, 1998(Winter)
DeveloperHAL Laboratory
SourcesFamimaga64, June, 1997
Famimaga64, July, 1997
Famimaga64, October, 1997
Famimaga64, December, 1997
(Famimaga64, June, 1997, p.80)
DescriptionA soundlink game using "糸井重里のバス釣りNo.1(Itoi Shigesato no Bass Turi No.1)". Only players who own "Bass Turi No.1" game can participate in the event, otherwise participates in the garbage-picking-up event. Players compete for total weight of five basses. 100 higher-ranking winners qualify for final tournament. Shigesato Itoi, bass professional Kawabe, Ogimori Jyunko Hagimori, and Kyoko Koizumi appeared on the event. Since the second event, "Sound Journal" was provided for non-owners.

エキサイトバイク ぶんぶんマリオバトル
Excitebike: Bun Bun Mario Battle
ReleaseMay 11, 1997(Stadium1-2)
Nov 2, 1997(Stadium3-4)
SourcesFamimaga64, June, 1997
Famimaga64, December, 1997
Famitsu, July 16, 1997
(Famitsu, July 16, 1997, p.156)
DescriptionA remake of "エキサイトバイク(Excitebike, FC)" featuring Mario families. Mario, Wario, Princess Toadstool, and Toad run a race by motorcycle. Audio broadcasting of the game is both advice on the game and voice drama told by characters. Voice actors are the same as that of "BS Super Mario USA", but excitebike adds a new character, Wario (Chikao Ootsuka).

(R no Shosai)
ReleaseJun 1, 1997(Act 1)
Nov 30, 1997(Act 2)
SourcesFamimaga64, July, 1997
Famimaga64, January, 1998
(Famimaga64, July, 1997, p.76)
DescriptionA soundnovel game with audio broadcasting. Koyama Takeshi, a storyteller, recieves mysterious letters. He reads testimony of people who have weird experiences in "R laboratory". The game consists of two acts.

(Bakusho Mondai no Totsugeki Star Pirates)
ReleaseJun 22, 1997
SourcesFamimaga64, August, 1997
(Famimaga64, August, 1997, p.70)
DescriptionA quiz program starring "Bakusho Mondai", a comic duo who has anchored some programs before. Listening voice of them and Ukai Kumiko, player participates in the program.

(Satellawalker & Satellawalker2)
ReleaseJun 29, 1997(1)
Feb 15, 1998(2)
SourcesFamimaga64, August, 1997
Famitsu, Jul 11, 1997
Famimaga64, March, 1998
Famitsu, Feb 27, 1998
(Famitsu, Jul 11, 1997, p.188)
DescriptionAn adventure game set in the BS-X town. To solve the affair, player collects information from residents. Satellawalker contains "サテ坊を救い出せ!(Satebou wo Sukuidase!)" and "街の平和を取り戻せ!(Machi no Heiwa wo Torimodose!)" stories, while Satellawalker 2 consists of "もくもく煙パニック(Mokumoku Kemuri Panic)", "ボトムでバトル(Bottom de Battle)". Personality points vary according to answers player made. In the end of the game, player's personality is announced.

(Kenchan to Chie Asobi & Yotchan to Chie Asobi)
ReleaseJul 13, 1997(Kenchan)
Dec 14, 1997(Yotchan)
SourcesFamimaga64, August, 1997
Famitsu, Jul 25, 1997
Famitsu, Dec 26, 1997
(Famitsu, Jul 25, 1997, p.170)
(Famitsu, Dec 26, 1997, p.212)
Description"Kenchan" and his sister "Yotchan" try to solve quizzes like IQ test. In the intervals of the quiz, a puppet show with voice and songs is shown.

子供調査団Mighty Pockets
(Kodomo Chousa Dan: Mighty Pockets)
ReleaseSep 7, 1997/9/7(Case1-2)
Mar 22, 1998(Case3)
SourcesFamimaga64, October, 1997
Famitsu, Sep 19, 1997
Famitsu, Sep 26, 1997
Famimaga64, April, 1998
Famitsu, Apr 3, 1998
ScreenshotsMighty Pockets
(Famitsu, Sep 19, 1997, p.156)
Mighty Pockets
(Famitsu, Sep 26, 1997, p.146)
DescriptionA board game feartuing cartoon-like characters. Player throws dice, moves on the map, investigates rooms in order to collect information. The rule seems to be similar to the board game "Culedo", player narrows down the criminal and the weapon on the basis of the collected information. During the play, hip-hop music is played. All of three titles are: "ジャンク屋ブラックの家(Junk ya Black no Ie)", "犯罪都市ビッグアッポー(Hanzai Toshi Big Apple)", "客船クイーンパトラの謎(Kyakusen Queen Patra no Nazo)".

BSファイアーエムブレム アカネイア戦記編
(BS Fire Emblem: Akaneia Senki Hen)
ReleaseSep 28, 1997
DeveloperIntelligent Systems
SourcesFamimaga64, November, 1997
Famitsu, Oct 10, 1997
Famitsu, Oct 31, 1997
(Famitsu, Oct 10, 1997, p.194)
(Famitsu, Oct 31, 1997, p.148)
DescriptionA soundlink game based on popular simulation RPG, "ファイアーエムブレム 紋章の謎(Fire Emblem Monsho no Nazo)". In the beginning of the game, the story is told by voice actors. On each map, scores are added as gameplay progresses. A remake version is included in "ファイアーエムブレム 新・紋章の謎 (Fire Emblem Shin Monsho no Nazo)" with modifications of graphics and text dictated from the voice part.

(BS Super Mario Collection / Super Mario All-Stars)
ReleaseDec 28, 1997
SourcesFamimaga64, February, 1998
(Famimaga64, February, 1998, p.97)
DescriptionAn event of playing "スーパーマリオブラザーズ(Super Mario Bros.)", "スーパーマリオブラザーズ2(Super Mario Bros. 2 / Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels)", "スーパーマリオブラザーズ3(Super Mario Bros. 3)" included in "スーパーマリオコレクション(Super Mario Collection / Super Mario All-Stars". It seems to have no major difference from the original, except voice broadcasting of characters.

BS Parlor! パーラー!
(BS Parlor! Parlor!)
ReleaseMar 1, 1998
DeveloperTelenet Japan
SourcesFamimaga64, April, 1998
DescriptionThe last soundlink game, derived from "Parlor! パーラー!(Parlor! Parlor!)" series. Player plays Pachinko in "PARLOR Nintendo". Players compete for score. Events and voice change from day to day.