If you grew up with the NES or SNES, you definitely have kids now. With that being said- some of your kids’ favorite shows could make amazing retro games. Here are our top picks. 

Bluey: This show is amazingly written and has a beautiful art style. As an NES-styled platformer- it would be amazing. 

The Ghost and Molly McGee: This show’s tunes in MIDI? Sign us up. Plus the story is great and could provide a host of laughs. 

Big City Greens: This could be a blast as a Super Mario World-type clone. With a slew of fun characters- there’s a ton of potential. 

Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends: A kid-fueled beat-em-up that parents could play? Yes!

Bubble Guppies: A mini-game collection that mixes Rhythm and Adventure genres? This would be adorable.    

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Patrick Hickey, Jr., is the founder and editor-in-chief of ReviewFix.com and a lecturer of English and journalism at Kingsborough Community College, in Brooklyn, New York. Over the past decade, his video game coverage has been featured in national ad campaigns by top publishers the likes of Nintendo, Deep Silver, Disney and EA Sports. His book series, "The Minds Behind the Games: Interviews With Cult and Classic Game Developers," from McFarland and Company, has earned praise from Forbes, Huffington Post, The New York Daily News and MSG Networks. He is also a former editor at NBC and National Video Games Writer at the late-Examiner.com