The Nintendo 64DD ("disk drive", previously "dynamic drive") is a peripheral for Nintendo 64. Announced in 1995, N64 DD promised exciting add-on content for existing N64 games and a potentially ground-breaking suite of software where gamers could make their own 3D polygon models, 3D avatars and music. It took until December 1 of 1999 for the unit to be given an extremely limited release in Japan only. The peripheral ultimately had only nine titles released.
- F-Zero X Expansion Kit
- Japan Pro Golf Tour 64
- Doshin the Giant 1
- Kyojin no Doshin Kaihou Sensen Chibikko Chikko Daishuugou (Expansion for Doshin the Giant)
- Sim City 64
- Mario Artist: Talent Studio (Plus Capture Cartridge)
- Mario Arist: Paint Studio (Also included a mouse)
- Mario Artist: Polygon Studio
- Mario Artist: Communication Kit
A number of games that were proposed for the device had releases elsewhere including Banjo-Tooie (N64 release), Dragon Quest VII & Final Fantasy VII (both released on PlayStation), Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards (N64 release) and Ura Zelda (later released on Gamecube).
The device's online support only lasted 12 months and it was never released outside Japan.