The steady-state creep rate of Ni-base metallic foams, with superalloy composition (in wt. pet) Ni7.8̃9.1A1 (relative density, ρ* = 2.5-2.6) and Ni-13.5̃16.6Cr-5.1̃8.9Al (ρ* = 2.8̃3.0), was measured under a range of temperatures (680̃825°C) and applied stresses (0.1̃0.3 MPa), and compared with that of NiAl intermetallic foams (ρ = 5.3). The stress exponent and activation energy are within the expected range for bulk superalloys. At 825°C, Ni-Cr-Al foams display creep rates lower by ca. a factor 10 as compared to Ni-Al foams, and higher by ca. a factor 10 as compared to the NiAl intermetallic foams. These differences are discussed in terms of foam density and strut material creep resistance.