Yes. but the version is different because of the DS
The Nintendo 64 does not play Super Nintendo games as they have different cartridge types.
No, you can't. Understandable, given its size and shape. They sometimes remake 64 games for the ds, though. You're not dumb, I probably would've made the same mistake.
no but you can play gamecube games on it
The PSP cannnot play Nintendo 64 games.
Yes, an expansion park can play every Nintendo 64 games.
No, the SNES was released years before the Nintendo 64.
The project 64 is a Nintendo 64 emulator that lets you play Nintendo 64 games that you download from websites.
No a PS2 will not play Nintendo 64 games
No, the Nintendo 64 is a console. Project 64 is an emulator that lets you play the games on PC.
no, they are different cartridge types.
The Nintendo DS lite is around 60-90 dollars after used, for games like with games like "Super Mario 64" in with the trade/selling process, it can add an extra $15!
No but u might b able to get an adaptor to do this
No but you can play gamecube games on a Wii
Project 64 is a Nintendo 64 games emulator. It offers game support with little to no bugs for users. The emulator enables PC users to play Nintendo 64 games on their PC.
No you may not because the Nintendo 64 uses slots. While the Game Cube uses disc.