Much like Hamster's Arcade Archives series, the company's line of Neo Geo titles - which goes by the bespoke title 'ACA NEOGEO' to separate it from the rest - has been a regular fixture of the weekly Nintendo Switch eShop download lists. With over a hundred releases under the ACA banner, Hamster has done sterling work getting these games on Switch and into the hands of fans who may never have experienced them before.
SNK's Neo Geo was a beautiful system that fused arcade and home console hardware, but at a cost. The significant financial outlay require for Neo Geo ownership meant it was out of reach of the average gamer back in the day. Fortunately, the games below will cost you a fraction of what they originally sold for and come with a multitude of presentation options to tailor the experience to your liking on Switch.
Below we've listed every ACA Neo Geo release available on Switch eShop to date and it will be updated as new titles are released. The games are displayed in alphabetical order, although you can go to our games database and sort by Release Date or User Rating.
Please note that the Arcade Archive releases are NOT included here - check out our separate guide for Arcade Archive games on Switch for more info on Hamster's non-Neo Geo Switch gems. And if this huge list is overwhelming, you'll find our picks of the best ACA Neo Geo games on Switch at the bottom. No prizes for guessing it contains a lot of fighters!
ACA Neo Geo Switch eShop releases - Complete list
- 2020 Super Baseball (Neo Geo)
20th Sep 1991 / SNK
- 3 Count Bout (Neo Geo)
11th Oct 2018 / SNK
- Aero Fighters 2 (Neo Geo)
1994 / SNK / Video System
- Aero Fighters 3 (Neo Geo)
1995 / Video System
- Aggressors Of Dark Kombat (Neo Geo)
13th Sep 2018 / SNK
- Alpha Mission II (Neo Geo)
1991 / SNK
- Arcade Archives Football Frenzy (Switch eShop)
30th Aug 2018 / HAMSTER
- Art Of Fighting (Neo Geo)
1992 / SNK
- Art Of Fighting 2 (Neo Geo)
1994 / SNK
- Art Of Fighting 3: The Path Of The Warrior (Neo Geo)
12th Mar 1996 / SNK
- Baseball Stars 2 (Neo Geo)
30th Nov 2007 / D4 Enterprise / SNK
- BASEBALL STARS PROFESSIONAL (Neo Geo)
17th May 2018
- Blazing Star (Neo Geo)
19th Feb 1998 / SNK / Yumekobo
- Blue's Journey (Neo Geo)
Mar 1991 / D4 Enterprise / Alpha Denshi
- Burning Fight (Neo Geo)
20th May 1991 / SNK
- Crossed Swords (Neo Geo)
1991 / HAMSTER
- Cyber-Lip (Neo Geo)
20th Sep 2018 / SNK
- Fatal Fury (Neo Geo)
25th Nov 1991 / SNK
- Fatal Fury 2 (Neo Geo)
5th Mar 1993 / SNK
- Fatal Fury 3: Road to the Final Victory (Neo Geo)
27th Mar 1995 / SNK
- Fatal Fury Special (Neo Geo)
1993 / D4 Enterprise / SNK
- Galaxy Fight: Universal Warriors (Neo Geo)
1995 / Sunsoft
- Garou: Mark of the Wolves (Neo Geo)
11th Nov 1999 / SNK
- Ghost Pilots (Neo Geo)
1st Jul 1991 / SNK
- Gururin (Neo Geo)
1994 / FACE
- Karnov's Revenge (Neo Geo)
17th Mar 1994 / Data East
- King of Fighters 2001 (Neo Geo)
27th Sep 2018 / HAMSTER
- King of the Monsters (Neo Geo)
1991 / SNK
- King of the Monsters 2 (Neo Geo)
25th May 1992 / SNK
- Kizuna Encounter (Neo Geo)
10th Jan 2019 / HAMSTER
- Last Resort (Neo Geo)
23rd Mar 1992 / SNK
- League Bowling (Neo Geo)
10th Dec 1990 / SNK
- Magical Drop II (Neo Geo)
1996 / D4 Enterprise / Data East
- Magical Drop III (Neo Geo)
1995 / Data East
- Magician Lord (Neo Geo)
26th Apr 1990 / D4 Enterprise / Alpha Denshi
- Metal Slug (Neo Geo)
1996 / SNK / Nazca
- Metal Slug 2 (Neo Geo)
23rd Feb 1998 / D4 Enterprise / Nazca
- Metal Slug 3 (Neo Geo)
17th Sep 2001 / D4 Enterprise / Nazca
- Metal Slug 4 (Neo Geo)
12th Jun 2002 / D4 Enterprise / Mega Enterprise
- Metal Slug 5 (Neo Geo)
13th Dec 2018 / HAMSTER
- Metal Slug X (Neo Geo)
27th May 1999 / D4 Enterprise / Nazca
- Money Puzzle Exchanger (Neo Geo)
28th Jun 2018
- Mutation Nation (Neo Geo)
16th Mar 1992 / SNK
- NAM-1975 (Neo Geo)
Apr 1990 / SNK
- Neo Geo Cup '98 (Neo Geo)
28th May 1998 / SNK
- Neo Turf Masters (Neo Geo)
1996 / SNK / Nazca
- Ninja Combat (Neo Geo)
2nd Jun 2008 / D4 Enterprise / Alpha Denshi
- Ninja Commando (Neo Geo)
29th May 1992 / SNK / Alpha Denshi
- Ninja Master's: Haō Ninpō Chō (Neo Geo)
28th Jun 1996 / D4 Enterprise
- Over Top (Neo Geo)
7th Jun 1996 / SNK / ADK
- Pleasure Goal: 5 On 5 Mini Soccer (Neo Geo)
1st Nov 2018 / HAMSTER
- Power Spikes II (Neo Geo)
19th Oct 1994 / SNK / Video System
- Prehistoric Isle 2 (Neo Geo)
1990 / Yumekobo
- Pulstar (Neo Geo)
28th Aug 1995 / SNK / Aicom
- Puzzle Bobble (Neo Geo)
21st Dec 1994 / Taito
- Puzzle Bobble 2 (Neo Geo)
1999 / Taito
- Puzzled (Neo Geo)
1st Jul 1990 / SNK
- Ragnagard (Neo Geo)
3rd Jan 2019 / HAMSTER
- Real Bout Fatal Fury (Neo Geo)
21st Dec 1995 / SNK
- Real Bout Fatal Fury 2: The Newcomers (Neo Geo)
26th Jan 1996 / D4 Enterprise / SNK
- Real Bout Fatal Fury Special (Neo Geo)
28th Jan 1997 / SNK
- RIDING HERO (Neo Geo)
7th Jun 2018
- Robo Army (Neo Geo)
20th Dec 1991 / SNK
- Samurai Shodown (Neo Geo)
7th Jul 1993 / SNK
- Samurai Shodown II (Neo Geo)
28th Oct 1994 / SNK
- Samurai Shodown III (Neo Geo)
15th Nov 1995 / SNK
- Samurai Shodown IV (Neo Geo)
29th Nov 1996 / D4 Enterprise / SNK
- Samurai Shodown V (Neo Geo)
10th Oct 2003 / SNK
- Samurai Shodown V Special (Neo Geo)
2004 / HAMSTER
- Savage Reign (Neo Geo)
25th Apr 1995 / SNK
- Sengoku (Neo Geo)
12th Feb 1991 / SNK
- Sengoku 2 (Neo Geo)
18th Feb 1993 / SNK
- Sengoku 3 (Neo Geo)
2001 / SNK / Noise Factory
- Shock Troopers (Neo Geo)
1997 / SNK / Saurus
- Shock Troopers 2nd Squad (Neo Geo)
24th Jun 1999 / SNK / Saurus
- Soccer Brawl (Neo Geo)
14th Feb 1992 / SNK
- Spinmaster (Neo Geo)
Dec 1993 / SNK / Data East
- Stakes Winner (Neo Geo)
1995 / SNK / Saurus
- Stakes Winner 2 (Neo Geo)
24th Sep 1996 / Saurus
- Street Hoop (Neo Geo)
9th Dec 1994 / Data East
- Strikers 1945 Plus (Neo Geo)
18th Oct 2018 / HAMSTER
- Super Sidekicks (Neo Geo)
1992 / SNK
- Super Sidekicks 2: The World Championship (Neo Geo)
Apr 1994 / SNK
- Super Sidekicks 3: The Next Glory (Neo Geo)
6th Mar 1995
- The King of Fighters '94 (Neo Geo)
1994 / SNK
- The King of Fighters '95 (Neo Geo)
25th Jul 1995 / SNK
- The King of Fighters '96 (Neo Geo)
24th Jul 1996 / SNK
- The King of Fighters '97 (Neo Geo)
28th Jul 1997 / SNK
- The King of Fighters '98 (Neo Geo)
23rd Sep 1998 / SNK
- The King of Fighters '99 (Neo Geo)
22nd Jul 1999 / SNK
- The King of Fighters 2000 (Neo Geo)
21st Dec 2000 / SNK
- The King Of Fighters 2002 (Neo Geo)
27th Dec 2018 / HAMSTER
- The King Of Fighters 2003 (Neo Geo)
21st Feb 2019 / HAMSTER
- The Last Blade (Neo Geo)
5th Dec 1997 / SNK
- The Last Blade 2 (Neo Geo)
25th Nov 1998 / SNK
- The Super Spy (Neo Geo)
1990 / SNK
- The Ultimate 11: SNK Football Championship (Neo Geo)
28th Feb 2019 / HAMSTER
- Thrash Rally (Neo Geo)
8th Nov 1991 / Alpha Denshi
- Top Hunter: Roddy & Cathy (Neo Geo)
24th Jun 1994 / SNK
- Top Player's Golf (Neo Geo)
24th May 2018
- Twinkle Star Sprites (Neo Geo)
25th Nov 1996 / ADK
- Waku Waku 7 (Neo Geo)
21st Nov 1996 / Sunsoft
- World Heroes (Neo Geo)
28th Jul 1992 / D4 Enterprise / Alpha Denshi
- World Heroes 2 (Neo Geo)
28th Apr 1993 / SNK / Alpha Denshi
- World Heroes 2 Jet (Neo Geo)
26th Apr 1994 / SNK
- World Heroes Perfect (Neo Geo)
1995 / SNK / Alpha Denshi
- Zed Blade (Neo Geo)
1994 / SNK / NMK
- Zupapa! (Neo Geo)
4th Oct 2018 / SNK / FACE
Looking at that list and don't know where to start? Then check out our picks of the best ACA NEOGEO games - in no particular order - to get you off on the right foot.
The best Switch ACA Neo Geo games...
Garou: Mark of the Wolves (Neo Geo)
The first fighter in our picks of Switch's finiest ACA Neo Geo offerings, and it certainly won't be the last. Garou: Mark of the Wolves is a classic of the genre; the perfect fusion of depth and beauty that will appeal to hardened veterans of 2D fighters and button-mashing newbies alike. By 1999 the Neo Geo hardware was nearly a decade old and SNK's mastery of it is in full evidence here. It's one of very few games we'd recommend everybody buy, even those who actively dislike fighters (yes, apparently they exist). This game is just too pretty to miss. We could sit and watch animated gifs of Garou's backgrounds for hours. Essential.
Sengoku 3 (Neo Geo)
A side-scrolling beat 'em up in the classic mould, Sengoku 3 is a straightforward and satisfying example of a genre that needs little explaining to begin with. With plenty of variety and attacking options, it's a fun blast whether you're playing solo or you've enlisted a friend for the ride. We put it on our list of the best beat 'em ups on Switch, so its inclusion here should be no surprise.
The Last Blade 2 (Neo Geo)
As with many of the best fighters, seemingly simple mechanics hide a lot of depth and The Last Blade 2 is a fine example. An extremely enjoyable game with fantastic presentation and a host of fighting modes to get stuck into, the balancing of the first entry is arguably better, although the sequel has more characters and options available. Whichever one you go for, you'll be guaranteed a fine-looking fighter with plenty of personality, so you can't really go wrong.
Metal Slug (Neo Geo)
If you're looking for an old-school shot of satisfying gameplay without endless options and upgrade systems and RPG-like progression, Metal Slug is the no-nonsense antidote to modern-day complications. It might feel a little too simplistic by modern standards, but there's something about the purity of its approach which makes it an absolute blast and a lovely palette cleansers before diving into something more faceted on Switch. Nazca Corporation's run-and-gun may have debuted in 1996, but it's got the beating heart of an '80s action icon (and a brain to match). Fabulous.
The King of Fighters '98 (Neo Geo)
If you're into King of Fighter games, you'll find a whole bunch available on Switch. If we were pushed, The King of Fighters '98 would probably be our pick of the bunch. It's got a huge cast, the same tight, deep gameplay you've come to expect from SNK and is still regarded one of the best fighters ever made well over 20 years since release. Similarly to Garou, we'd buy it just to ogle its visual loveliness.
Waku Waku 7 (Neo Geo)
You like fighters, right? If you're reading this list we sure hope so. If you're after something a little unusual, Waku Waku 7 serves up a 2D scrapper decidedly different from umpteen KoFs and Fatal Furies - a welcome break even given the quality of those series. This, too, is a sequel, to 1995's underwhelming Galaxy Fight, but despite a small roster Sunsoft packed this game with spectacularly colourful cartoon visuals and a bunch of in-jokes and irreverent parodies to make it feel fresh and unique in a system library overflowing with quality games in this genre. This was the first game ACA Neo Geo game Hamster brought to Switch and a lovely breath of fresh air.
Blazing Star (Neo Geo)
There was a time when Blazing Star was beyond the reach of all but the most affluent gamer, but now anyone with a Switch can download and enjoy this brilliant shmup for the price of a (pricey) pint. The thrill of owning something that was once so inaccessible shouldn't overshadow just how good this game is, though. The difficulty ramps right up towards the end, but if you're a fan of shoot 'em ups, this is a treasure you won't want to be without.
Magical Drop III (Neo Geo)
What's this? A Neo Geo game that isn't a fighter? Yes, you might not have expected a puzzle game on this list but despite the shared genres of several entries here, Magical Drop III is a fantastic balloon-firing puzzler that you should definitely investigate. It mde our list of the best puzzle games on Switch and shows that there was more to the Neo Geo library than an endless parade of gorgeous 2D fighters. Puzzle fans should definitely check this out.
Aero Fighters 2 (Neo Geo)
A vertical shooter (you know, for variety), Aero Fighters 2 is an easy recommendation thanks to its varied locales, multiple piloting options, large roster of enemies entertaining boss battles and multiple endings. Throw in 2-player and the usual Hi-Score and Caravan modes and what's not to like? The sequel is also available, although with its fixed-pairings for 2-player mode we'd download Aero Fighters 2 first and go from there.
Samurai Shodown II (Neo Geo)
Still one of the best fighters available on the console (and there are a fair few to choose from now, if the list above has whetted your appetite), Samurai Shodown II improved on the original with new fighters and tweaks and fine-tuning to the mechanics to accompany the already stonkingly lovely sprite work. This should be in your library, whether you life fighters or not. Yes, we realise that's the third time we've recommended a fighting game to non-fighting fans. They're just so purdy!
Ah, how we love that SNK artwork; all those grins and round chins! Thank you for scrolling to the very bottom. With so many games to choose from we're just scratching the surface with the games above. Let us know which of Hamster's ACA Neo Geo games you've most enjoyed--and which ones you'd avoid--with a cheeky comment below.
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Never played any neo geo games on my switch, The last one i played was ACA neo geo big tournament golf on my xbox one.. Pretty good game
Who could forget Neo Turf Masters?
Also check out Top Hunter and Spin Master. Both are really fun games
For me Samurai Shodown 2 is without a doubt by far the best game in the SS series, runner up being the original. King Of Fighters is definitely the highlight fighting game series overall, I would say it's the most consistently good. Fatal Fury can be kinda hit and miss for me but the Real Bout games introduced some interesting mechanics, Garou is probably the overall highlight though.
As for the rest it's all on personal interest I would say, but the Metal Slug series is without a doubt a must-have. I would say the original and X are the best in the series but I still consider the rest worthwhile. Baseball Stars is another series I would recommend picking up, they are probably the best baseball games for the Switch right now.
Excellent choices, i particularly like Blazing Star and Aero Fighters 2.
I own all of these. Too bad there’s no folders to put all these games in!!
I hate Nintendo more and more the longer they refuse to give us folders.
Metal Slug 3
Magical Drop 3
...would be my top five.
@SuperWeird I got over it when they finally offered alphabetical organization. The original setup was just the worst thing imaginable, having games all completely random by the date they were last used or updated was just ridiculous, by the time I got a decent selection it was taking me forever just to find games.
Garou,last blade 2,shock troopers,turf masters and thrash rally are my most played neo games they look great on the switch keep meaning to get sengoku 3 never played it
Some of your picks are really bad.
I love my NeoGeoAES and my huge collection and to see all the games on Switch with all the options you have and the portability made me really happy.
I would recommend:
Aero Fighters 2
The Last Blade
Super Sidekicks 2
And I hope for Rage of the Dragons
@SuperWeird Your avatar is no lie; you really are an old man! "Gimme mah dadgum folders!"
Really wish they could start distributing Atomiswave games so that we can get Metal Slug 6.
For those unaware but interested in jumping into Metal Slug, Metal Slug 2 and Metal Slug X are very similar, as X is an update to part 2. I prefer the first Last Blade, but they're both great. KOF '98 is fantastic. I'd also highly recommend Neo Turf Masters as it's a very energetic golf game, and Shock Troopers which is one of the best top-down run-and-gun games, in my opinion.
@NicolausCamp I'm pretty sure 6 was developed on the Naomi hardware
Dudes, you forgot Metal Slug 3
Really enjoyed the article, any chance you could recommend some ACA Arcade games too?
Big fan of Kizuna Encounter.
Highly recommend Neo Turf Masters, Samurai Shodown 2, King of Fighters 98 and 2000, The Last Blade, Pulstar, Blazing Star, Aero Fighters 2, Metal Slug (1, X, 3) Garou and Shock Troopers.
Fingers crossed for Capcom vs SNK, unlikely so I won’t hold my breath.
@mrmememan It was definitely Atomiswave. They're similar and both based on the Dreamcast hardware so easy enough to mix up, but Slug 6 was Atomiswave.
My favorites that I have are:
Real Bout Fatal Fury 2
Metal Slug 3
King of Monsters
Seriously though League Bowling is really good even though it’s simple. The only bowling game better is wii bowling!
My wishlist is
Aero Fighters 2
Waku Waku 7
KoF 98 (I have 97 it’s ok)
Unfortunately, I don't think this list will need to be updated any time soon, Gavin. There are still a few Neo Geo games not on the Switch, PS4, or Xbox One, but it's been quite a while since the last Neo Geo game. I still hope for Breakers and Puzzle de Pon, but I'm not holding my breath.
@DrDaisy Yeah I would be very surprised if they release any further Neo-Geo games. I assume the ones they didn't release might have licensing issues or some other kind of problems that prevented them from releasing, because they managed to get a great deal of the library.
No love for Twinkle Star Sprites? One of my personal favorites, fell in love with the game ever since stumbling across the PC version on GOG a couple of years back, and even bought the Switch release.
Twinkle Star Sprites is a really cute shmup, with a vs. twist like Puyo Puyo. Really a unique game, and really fun to play.
Only Neo-Geo game I've purchased is Blazing Star, but the late-game difficulty is a bit too much for me to really enjoy. I've found the drop dead gorgeous SEGA AGES release "Lightening Force" does more than enough to sate my appetite when it comes to shmups.
I'm one of those people who doesn't like fighting games (I've played them, but have no real interest in playing them for any real length of time), so I've not bought any of those on Switch at all. Garou is an extremely pretty game, but I know I'd lose interest after an hour or so.
The gameplay of Metal Slug is more my speed, and I've owned several games in that series on different consoles, but the gameplay balance clearly suffers from the series' arcade origins.
@sdelfin Well ethier way, the point is that the game wasn't developed on the Neo Geo
My top 5, in no particular order
Neo Turf Masters
Super Sidekicks 2
Aero Fighters 2
@JayJ I can see license issues with Double Dragon, Willow, and SVC Chaos if we're also counting games originally made on different NEO GEO hardware, but I have never seen Panel de Pon or Breakerz Revenge anywhere else.
Your avatar reminds me of Flying Tiger's Data East releases, which are great except for the uncomfortable controls and lack of control options. That's why I bought the customizable 8BitDo controller.
All the usual neo-geo recomendations are great and have been mentioned here, so I just want to mention a couple black sheep that I find more enjoyable than people give them credit for.
Samurai Shodown 3 is a bit less polished than the rest of the series, but has some mechanics unique to the entry that speed up the gameplay and make matches more dynamic. If you can appreciate it for what it is instead of getting hung up on what it should be, there is a lot of fun to be had.
King of Fighters 2001. They even list this one separate from the others by dropping the "The". KoF 99-2001 have you pick a striker character which perform assists kinda like in Marvel vs Capcom games. 2001 takes this further, allowing up to 3 assist characters at the expense of having fewer actual fighters on your team. Meaning, instead of being locked in the usual 3 on 3 matches, you can have one fighter with 3 strikers. I won't argue it's the best game in the series, but certainly the most inique. Worth checking out if you already own 3 or 4 other entries, and want to try one that spices things up a bit.
i've already purchased metal slug 1 2 x 3 4 5.
i also grabbed the first samurai showdown, king of fighters and fatal fury on sales. amazing games!!
waiting for metal slug 6 and bubble bobble 1!!
@DrDaisy I'm pretty sure Qubyte (the company behind the Vasara Collection) have the rights to both Breakerz games.
Shock Troopers and the Fatal Fury Real Bout games are some of my faves.
No Neo Turf masters ???? I am still confused as to why Ninja Commando was removced from the euro eshop after two days and has never returned.
@JacquesLecornu Yep, they are coming out on switch soon.
@YANDMAN Neo Turf Masters came out in March 2017.
Search for it on the eShop as Big Tournament Golf (Hamster released it in the west under the original Japanese name for some reason).
@Atariboy I meant no mention of it in the list of the top games, which this article is about. I am fully aware it has been released. if it wasn't how would I expect in to be featured in the list.
@YANDMAN Sorry, I thought I was being helpful.
Right after you said "no Neo Turf Masters?", you transition into complaining why another game was mysteriously removed shortly after release and hasn't yet been restored for sale. So it's not exactly a big leap that I made here that you're talking about availability.
When this game is for some strange reason marketed in the west under a name that isn't familiar to many Neo Geo fans outside of Japan, I would not be shocked if a few fans out there that would download it simply don't even know it's actually available (Although I now see in the article that NintendoLife is wisely listing it under the familiar name).
Anyone notice some of these games are no longer available!!!!!!
Super sidekicks 2
Super sidekicks 3
Neo geo cup
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