Nintendo said they wouldn't manufacture the Mini NES for longer than a year, and minus the supply issues at the start, they more or less stuck to that. They've also said they won't make the Mini SNES after 2017.
So even if it's not confirmed, we all know it's coming: the Mini Nintendo 64. So before it does, let's help Nintendo out with 21 games that a Mini N64 absolutely has to have.
Star Wars: Episode 1 Racer
Was torn between this and WipEout. I love the latter, but the former is awesome and I think was a much bigger hit on the N64.
Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
There would be riots if this wasn't included.
Not the best F-Zero, but you also can't not have F-Zero.
Mario Kart 64
The graphics might not have held up that well, but the courses sure as well did. One of the best from the series, right behind MK8 and Mario Kart Wii for me. (Mario Kart DS is 4th.)
Better mini-games than Mario Party.
Star Fox 64
Another default selection, especially after the trick Nintendo pulled with the Mini SNES.
Rayman 2: The Great Escape
The Dreamcast version was probably the best of the lot, but the 64 version was the original and the game is a classic platformer nonetheless. A Nintendo game not made by Nintendo.
Donkey Kong 64
Could really go either way with Bomberman 64 or The Second Attack, as long as one of them is on there.
I mean, it won't look this sharp because it's not being played through the Dolphin emulator. But if that's something that bothers you, you probably wouldn't be buying the Mini N64 in the first place.
Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask
One Zelda game isn't enough.
Prince of Tennis meets Mario. I really want to play this again. Like, tonight.
An absolute must.
Resident Evil 2
It'd be cruel not to have at least one Resident Evil game. I understand Capcom might have a bit of a problem with this given they put out the remastered versions recently, but maybe Nintendo could swing something. It'd be appropriate. These consoles should have one or two horror games to appease older fans.
Space is back in vogue, and while Forsaken doesn't quite go there it's a very, very competent Descent game. Also one of the better looking games ever put out on the N64.
Best iteration of American football that has ever existed.
Star Wars: Rogue Squadron
Super Mario 64
Super Smash Bros.
It would be a massive troll on the Smash community if this got announced before a Switch port.
SirActionSlacks above tells a great childhood story of Pokemon Snap. It's a perfect reason why it should be on the Mini N64.
A small note to save people rushing to the comments: I've tried to include games that Nintendo would be more likely to include, rather than things like Goldeneye and Perfect Dark which Rare owns the license to (and therefore could be a legal nightmare to acquire).
With that in mind, what games would you like to see on the Mini N64? (Should Nintendo ever make one, of course. Which everyone and their dog would be betting on right about now.)