Both Super Mario 64 and The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time are playable on PC thanks to the tireless work of fans in the reverse engineering community. Heck, Ocarina of Time on PC just became available today!
That doesn’t mean they’re stopping, though. While we’ve mentioned the Majora’s Mask project before, it seems like there are a number of Nintendo 64 classics that are slated to make their way (legally) to PCs, according to our friends at VGC.
Here’s a handy list of which titles you could be getting jiggy with on your PC in the future, all thanks to reverse engineering:
Of course, once all of these are reverse engineered, it doesn’t mean they’re ready to go straight away. They require even more work to make them playable. Some are a lot closer to being wholly decompiled than others, too, and not all have been picked up by fan communities to port to PC fully.
But, wow, can we get Snowboard Kids or Space Station Silicon Valley on Nintendo Switch Online, please?
Are you interested in any of these fan-made ports? Let us know in the comments.