Master List of All Colored N64 Games: Cartridges and Prices

Normally, Nintendo games from NES to Nintendo 64 came packaged with a box, booklet, and gray colored cartridge upon purchase. However, some game cartridges were released with variant colors, and this was no exception for the N64.

Of the 296 NTSC released N64 games, only 42 were released with a non-gray color. Ironically, 13 of the 42 games were re-released as gray cartridges.

In this guide, you will find a complete list of every different colored N64 game released for NTSC. We’ve also included the current market value for each game and whether or not a gray-cart version was released.

As always, you can find N64 games for sale at gamex.gg!

007 The World Is Not Enough

007 The World Is Not Enough N64 Blue Cart

Cart Color: Blue
Current Value: $10-$12
Gray Variant: Yes

This is the 2nd 007 game released on the Nintendo 64. Unfortunately it does not live up to its predecessor, Goldeneye 007, and is a more common N64 game. The blue cartridge is worth slightly more than the gray-cart version.

Aidyn Chronicles: The First Mage

Aiden Chronicles Black Cart N64

Cart Color: Black
Current Value: $22-$25
Gray Variant: Yes

Aidyn Chronicles was released in 2001, near the end of the N64’s life cycle. The gray-cart variant of this game is hard to find, with a current value of $150-$200!

All-Star Baseball 2001

All-Star Baseball 2001 Red Cart

Cart Color: Red
Current Value: $5-$7
Gray Variant: No

It’s a sports game, so it’s not worth much, but the red cartridge color makes it stand out from the crowd! Also, this game has a 9.2/10 review score on GameSpot, so not a bad pick-up if you’re a baseball fan.

Armorines: Project S.W.A.R.M.

Armorines: Project S.W.A.R.M. Black Cart

Cart Color: Black
Current Value: $7-$9
Gray Variant: No

Although the Turok series was a fantastic contribution to the N64 by Acclaim, Armorines was not. With an average review score of 5/10, it’s not surprising that this game is valued under $10. The black cart and label art look cool though!

Army Men: Air Combat

Army Men Air Combat Green Cart

Cart Color: Green
Current Value: $12-$15
Gray Variant: Yes

This was the 3rd green colored cartridge released. In total, 4 green colored cartridges were released on the N64, all of which you will see on this list! The gray-cart variant is worth more, with a current value of $30-$35.

Army Men: Sarge’s Heroes 2

Army Men: Sarge's Heroes 2 Green Cart

Cart Color: Green
Current Value: $15-$17
Gray Variant: Yes

The last green colored game to be released on the N64. There is no price different between the green and gray colored carts for this game.

Bass Masters 2000

Bass Masters 2000 Blue Cart

Cart Color: Blue
Current Value: $12-$13
Gray Variant: Yes

A fishing game compatible with the infamous N64 Fishing Rod Controller. The gray-cart variant is valued much higher at $45-$50 (that’s a lot for a fishing game!).

Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker

Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker Black Cart

Cart Color: Black
Current Value: $27-$30
Gray Variant: No

Based on the hit TV show Batman Beyond, this game was published by non-other than Ubisoft (creator of Assassin’s Creed). Although the reviews are sub-par, it’s the only Batman Beyond game ever to be released, so it’s a must try for fans of the show.

BattleTanx Global Assault

Battle Tanx Global Assault

Cart Color: Green
Current Value: $17-$20
Gray Variant: No

This is the first green cartridge game to be released on the N64. This is the sequel to BattleTanx, and while the N64 version received great reviews, the PlayStation port was just terrible. Unfortunately, 3DO went bankrupt before another BattleTanx sequel could be released.

Battlezone: Rise of the Black Dogs

Battlezone: Rise of the Black Dogs N64

Cart Color: Black
Current Value: $22-$25
Gray Variant: No

This game was developed by Crave Entertainment, who also released Fighting Force 64 and Gex 3: Deep Cover Gecko. This is an average rated game, with reviews of 7/10.

Donkey Kong 64

Donkey Kong 64 Cartridge

Cart Color: Yellow
Current Value: $39-$42
Gray Variant: No

This is one of the only yellow colored N64 games (the others being Earthworm Jim 3D and Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 2). Donkey Kong 64 originally retailed for $59.99 and came with a 4 MB Expansion Pak, which was required to play the game. Playable characters include Donkey Kong, Diddy Kong, Tiny Kong, Lanky Kong, and Chunky Kong.

Earthworm Jim 3D

Earthworm Jim 3D N64

Cart Color: Yellow
Current Value: $40-$43
Gray Variant: No

Groovy! Rockstar Games actually published the third installment of this franchise. And, of course, the legendary voice actor Dan Castellaneta came back to voice Earthworm Jim.

ECW: Hardcore Revolution

ECW: Hardcore Revolution Nintendo 64

Cart Color: Black
Current Value: $9-$11
Gray Variant: No

More adult and less popular then WWE, ECW is an alternative to other mainstream wrestling games.

Fighter Destiny 2

Fighter Destiny 2

Cart Color: Black
Current Value: $19-$21
Gray Variant: No

The release of this sequel confused a lot of gamers. The original, titled Fighters Destiny, was published by Ocean Software, while Fighter Destiny 2 was published by SouthPeak Games. The “s” in the title was dropped due to copyright issues.

Hydro Thunder

Hydro Thunder Blue Cart

Cart Color: Blue
Current Value: $37-$40
Gray Variant: Yes

This is an awesome port of the popular Midway arcade racing game. The gray-cart version has a slightly higher value of $45-$50.

Jeremy McGrath Supercross 2000

Jeremy McGrath Supercross 2000 Red Cart

Cart Color: Red
Current Value: $5-$7
Gray Variant: No

Similar to All-Star Baseball 2001, this is another red-cart Acclaim Sports game. This is the 2nd best motorcycle N64 game, after Excitebike 64.

Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask

Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask N64 Hologram

Cart Color: Gold
Current Value: $50-$55
Gray Variant: Yes

There are three versions of this game for the Nintendo 64:

1. Legend of Zelda Majora’s Mask Collector’s Edition: A gold cart with a 3D hologram label. Only available to gamers who pre-ordered the game.

2. Legend of Zelda Majora’s Mask Regular Edition: A gold cart with a regular label.

3. Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask [Not For Resale][Grey]: The rarest version of this game and quite possibly one of the rarest NTSC N64 games in existence. The current value of this gray-cart version is $1700-$2000!

Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time

Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time Gold Cart

Cart Color: Gold
Current Value: $65-$70
Gray Variant: Yes

The gold cart version of this game was only available to those who pre-ordered it. The official name for this version is Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time Collector’s Edition. The gray-cart version is more common and less valuable, with a market price of $38-$40.

Madden NFL 2001

Madden NFL 2001 Blue Cart

Cart Color: Blue
Current Value: $1-$3
Gray Variant: No

To challenge Acclaim Sport’s red cartridges, EA began releasing its N64 sports games as blue. Aside from that, this is just another annual sequel in the Madden franchise.

Madden NFL 2002

Cart Color: Black
Current Value: $3-$5
Gray Variant: No

No one knows why EA switched from blue to black for this Madden sequel, but nevertheless, here’s another black N64 cartridge!

NBA Jam 2000

NBA JAM 2000 N64

Cart Color: Red
Current Value: $24-$26
Gray Variant: No

The best Acclaim Sports game to release on the N64 and sequel to the SNES classic: NBA Jam. This is one of the more expensive N64 sports games, but if you’re a fan of the series, it’s a must have!

NFL QB Club 2001

NFL Quarterback Club 2001

Cart Color: Red
Current Value: $4-$6
Gray Variant: No

The last NFL game released by Acclaim Sports on the Nintendo 64.

Nuclear Strike 64

Nuclear Strike N64 Black Cart

Cart Color: Black
Current Value: $13-$15
Gray Variant: No

Pokemon Stadium 2

Pokemon Stadium 2 N64

Cart Color: Gold & Silver
Current Value: $45-$50
Gray Variant: No

This is the only N64 cartridge with a dual color – the front is gold while the back is silver. This is also 1 of 22 N64 games that allows for Dolby Surround Sound.

Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue

Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue

Cart Color: Black
Current Value: $8-$10
Gray Variant: No

This is the only Power Rangers game on the N64. It doesn’t quite live up to its predecessor – Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (SNES) – but if you’re a fan, it’s your only 3D option prior to the PS2/Gamecube.

Rally Challenge 2000

Rally Challenge 2000 N64

Cart Color: Black
Current Value: $10-$12
Gray Variant: No

Rayman 2: The Great Escape

Rayman 2 N64

Cart Color: Green
Current Value: $18-$20
Gray Variant: No

The 2nd green colored cartridge released on the N64 and sequel to Rayman on PS1. Although this game is available on multiple platforms, it was first released on the N64 in 1999.

Road Rash 64

Road Rash 64 Black Cart

Cart Color: Black
Current Value: $30-$33
Gray Variant: Yes

There is no price difference between the black and gray cart for this game.

Rocket: Robot On Wheels

Rocket: Robot On Wheels N64

Cart Color: Red
Current Value: $40-$45
Gray Variant: No

This is a platformer game exclusively on the N64. The game is published by Ubisoft, so if you’re a fan of the Rayman series, then be sure to check this one out!

Rugrats in Paris: The Movie

Rugrats in Paris: The Movie N64 Black Cart

Cart Color: Black
Current Value: $8-$10
Gray Variant: Yes

This game is based on the Nickelodeon movie Rugrats in Paris. The gray-cart variant is worth slightly more at $11-$13.

Scooby Doo! Classic Creep Capers

Scooby Doo! Classic Creep Capers N64

Cart Color: Black
Current Value: $13-$15
Gray Variant: Yes

This is the first 3D Scooby-Doo game released on a Nintendo console. There is no price difference between the black and gray cart for this game.

Spider-Man 64

Spider-Man 64 Red Cart

Cart Color: Red
Current Value: $20-$22
Gray Variant: No

This is the first Spider-Man game developed by Activision and is a must have for web-slinger fans. The game includes popular villains such as Venom, Carnage, and Mysterio, along with cameos from Daredevil, Punisher, and even Captain America.

Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six

Rainbow Six N64

Cart Color: Black
Current Value: $7-$9
Gray Variant: Yes

The first Tom Clancy game to hit the N64. There is no price difference between the black and gray cart for this game.

Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater

Tony Hawk's Pro Skater N64

Cart Color: Blue
Current Value: $10-$12
Gray Variant: No

Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 2

Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2 N64

Cart Color: Yellow
Current Value: $25-$28
Gray Variant: No

Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 3

Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3 N64

Cart Color: Black
Current Value: $55-$60
Gray Variant: No

This was the very last Nintendo 64 game to be released!

Turok 2: Seeds of Evil

Turok 2: Seeds of Evil N64

Cart Color: Black
Current Value: $6-$8
Gray Variant: Yes

This game can be enhanced by the N64 Expansion Pak and was the first Turok game to introduce multiplayer. There is no price difference between the black and gray cart for this game.

Turok 3: Shadow of Oblivion

Turok 3: Shadow of Oblivion N64

Cart Color: Black
Current Value: $27-$30
Gray Variant: No

Turok: Rage Wars

Turok: Rage Wars N64

Cart Color: Black
Current Value: $10-$13
Gray Variant: Yes

The gray variant of this game is very rare, with a current value of $350-$500. That’s 30-50 times more expensive than the black variant!

WCW Backstage Assault

WCW Backstage Assault Blue Cart

Cart Color: Blue
Current Value: $7-$9
Gray Variant: Yes

The gray variant of this game is very rare, with a current value of $250-$350. Although the gray variant works on NTSC consoles, it was a Mexico exclusive.

WWF No Mercy

WWF No Mercy N64

Cart Color: Black
Current Value: $39-$42
Gray Variant: No

WWF Wrestlemania 2000

WWF Wrestlemania 2000 N64

Cart Color: Black
Current Value: $11-$13
Gray Variant: No

And that’s it – the complete list of all NTSC N64 games with different colors!

2 thoughts on “Master List of All Colored N64 Games: Cartridges and Prices

  1. This could have been a great article if there was all games for all regions listed and you had prices for boxed / unboxed.

    As it stands I rate this article 3/5.

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