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Super Team Games (NES)

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Super Team Games is a side scrolling game where two players compete in races on an obstacle course. The game utilizes the Nintendo Power Pad; to control your on screen character you will need to run in place on the Power Pad to make your character run, and actually jump to make him jump. In the basic game you need to run and jump your way to the finish line as fast as possible. Some additional game variations are available, such as the belly bump ball (you need to roll a giant ball through the obstacle course by running into it), the crab walk (make it to the finish line walking like a crab!), the water cross (water is found on the track; if you mistime your jump and land in the water you need to swim to get out costing you valuable time), the bubble run (racing through the course inside a giant bubble), or the skateboard race. Several cooperative games are included as well, including a tug of war, relay race, and six legged race.


Super Team Games NES Ready for the skateboard race?
Super Team Games NES There's even a tug of war!
Super Team Games NES Title screen
Super Team Games NES Choose an obstacle course!

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Alternate Titles

  • "Family Trainer: Daiundōkai" -- Japanese Title
  • "ファミリートレーナーシリーズ7 大運動会" -- Japanese spelling

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This game is one of the few compatible with the Power Pad controller, and due to Power Pad's commercial failure, Super Team Games also suffered (as the Power Pad was required to play).
Servo (57391) added Super Team Games (NES) on Jul 16, 2005