Ultimate NES Remix

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Ultimate NES Remix
Ultimate NES Remix NA boxart.
North American box art
Developer Nintendo EAD Tokyo
Publisher Nintendo
Platforms Nintendo 3DS
Release date Original release:
Europe November 7, 2014
Australia November 8, 2014
USA December 5, 2014
Japan August 27, 2015
HK August 27, 2015
ROC August 27, 2015
Nintendo Selects:
USA February 5, 2018
Genre Compilation
ESRB:ESRB E.svg - Everyone
PEGI:PEGI 7.svg - Seven years and older
ACB:ACB G.svg - General
USK:USK 0.svg - All ages
Mode(s) Single player
Nintendo 3DS:
A picture of a 3DS game card Game Card
Digital download icon for use in templates. Digital download
Nintendo 3DS:
Not to be confused with NES Remix Pack.

Ultimate NES Remix is the third installment of the NES Remix series and the first installment on a handheld for the Nintendo 3DS. The game was announced in August 29, 2014 and was released in late 2014 in Europe, Oceania and the US and Canada and Summer 2015 in Japan, Hong Kong and Taiwan. Its gameplay is similar to the rest of the series, offering various challenges from 16 NES games taken from both NES Remix and NES Remix 2. Players who ordered the game by December 5 received a download code for a limited edition Famicom-style 3DS theme. Unlike most 3DS games, Ultimate NES Remix does not support stereoscopic 3D display.


Exactly like its predecessors, Ultimate NES Remix provides short challenges taken from many Nintendo Entertainment System games. The players are also able to see regional rankings for games stages.


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Speed Mario Bros.[edit]

Speed Mario Bros.

Just like NES Remix 2, Ultimate NES Remix contains a port of Super Mario Bros., but entitled Speed Mario Bros. this time around. It is almost identical to the original, except that it runs at twice the speed.

Championship Mode[edit]

Ultimate NES Remix includes the NES Remix 2 mode Championship Mode. The player faces three challenges, and the goal is to get as many points as possible. The first challenge is to collect 50 coins in Super Mario Bros., the second challenge is to collect 25 coins in Super Mario Bros. 3, and any remaining time is used to score as many points as possible in Dr. Mario.

Famicom Remix Mode[edit]

Exclusive to Ultimate NES Remix, this special mode is unlocked by earning three stars in every stage in the game. It includes challenges from the Japanese version of the game, some of which use different sound effects. [1] Conversely, in the Japanese version, the North American version can be played as a special mode when earning three stars in every stage in the main mode.


Main article: List of Ultimate NES Remix staff



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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ファミコン リミックス:ベストチョイス
Famikon Rimikkusu: Besuto Choisu
Famicom Remix: Best Choice


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