[QUOTE=JustLikeHeaven]The Little Mermaid - Think I need Duck Tales before this lol[/QUOTE] Absolutely get Duck Tales. It's a great game. But don't count out the Little Mermaid. It was obviously made for and marketed for young kids, as evidenced by the very easy difficulty and it being based on the Little Mermaid movie of all things. Despite that, it is an incredibly fun game. But really, when it comes to Disney games by Capcom for NES, you can't go wrong. They're all fun. Although, I think I'm the only person in the world that likes Mickey Mousecapade.
[QOUTE=JustLikeHeaven]MC Kids - Not all that interested...but should I be?[/QUOTE] It's pretty fun. It's a Mario 3 clone but don't expect it to be anywhere near as good. When I wrote up that list, I wanted to suggest good games but also give some variety (despite my suggesting 3 shooters in a row...) and suggest some of the more obscure titles that probably wouldn't get very much attention otherwise. I think MC Kids qualifies as a hidden gem. You wouldn't expect much from it but it does some cool things with the old platformer formula. Sometimes you gotta go upside down to beat a level. Sometimes in order to get to that higher platform, you need to be holding something to make you heavier so you bounce higher off of the bouncy platforms. It makes you think more than the average platformer would. But if you're not interested in it, I wouldn't recommend it over the games you are interested in.
[QUOTE=JustLikeHeaven]As you can see I've got quite a few of these. I'll certainly add the rest to my short list though.[/QUOTE]Since I suggested a bunch of games you already have, I'll add a few more to the list to compensate.
Baseball Simulator 1.000 - One of the best baseball games that I'm aware of for the system.
The Krion Conquest - It's pretty much Mega Man but you get all your weapons and items right from the start, instead of having to take them from bosses.
Destiny of an Emperor - If you like old school RPGs and the historical/fantasy setting of games like Dynasty Warriors, then this is the game for you.
Conquest of the Crystal Palace - This is a game I just found out about today, actually. It looks like a lot of fun.
Kickle Cubicle - It's a cutesy puzzle game set in an icy world with a fun, arcade-like quality.
And I guess I'll mention some more of those Disney/Capcom games that haven't been brought up yet: Chip n' Dale Rescue Rangers 1 and 2, TaleSpin, and Darkwing Duck.