What NES games use the Zapper gun?

What NES games use the Zapper gun?


  • The Adventures of Bayou Billy (gun optional)
  • Barker Bill’s Trick Shooting.
  • Day Dreamin’ Davey (gun optional)
  • Duck Hunt.
  • Freedom Force.
  • Gotcha! The Sport! ( requires gun and controller)
  • Gumshoe.
  • Hogan’s Alley.

How many Zapper games are on NES?

We couldn’t have guessed that the Zapper would, like almost every gaming peripheral, be promptly forgotten, with only 18 games supporting it in America over the NES’s long lifespan.

What is an original NES worth?

The NES as of today sells for $30 – $375 depending on the condition of the console itself and if you have all of the accessories, including the original box, cables and controllers.

Does the NES Zapper work on flat screens?

I’m well aware that NES Zapper games, or any light gun games in general, are basically unplayable on a flat screen television screen or monitor, due to the way the Zapper gun works in response to the TV signal.

What is NES Zapper?

NES Zapper is a light gun controller for the Nintendo Entertainment System. The first known game it was was used for was Duck Hunt . The prototype for the Zapper (lacking the handle grip).

What does the Zapper on a Nintendo Switch shoot?

The Zapper doesn’t shoot anything, it detects patterns of light on the screen in front of it. This was true of all light-gun accessories for all video game systems of the era (and preceding it). They were all just simple light sensors housed in deceptively gun-like cases.

What games are compatible with the NES Zapper?

Games compatible with the NES Zapper: 1 The Adventures of Bayou Billy (gun optional) 2 Barker Bill’s Trick Shooting. 3 Day Dreamin’ Davey (gun optional) 4 Duck Hunt. 5 Freedom Force. 6 Gotcha! The Sport! (requires gun and controller) 7 Gumshoe. 8 Hogan’s Alley. 9 Laser Invasion (gun optional) 10 The Lone Ranger (gun optional)

When did the orange NES Zapper come out?

The re-released NES Zapper in orange. It was released in Japan for the Famicom on February 18, 1984 (1984-02-18), made for the game Wild Gunman.