More Downloadable Games Available for the Wii and DSi

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NintendoNintendo has released yet another group of downloadable games for the Wii and DSi this morning:
Dragon's Lair from Digital Leisure can be downloaded to the DSi for 800 points ($8). This is a port of the game originally released as a laser-disc coin-operated game and previously released on a variety of platforms.


Eco Shooter: Plant 530 can be downloaded to the Wii for 1,000 points ($10). The game has a technician from a recycling facility battling against the planet's empty cans (that have been animated by aliens).

Happy Holidays Christmas from 505 Games can be downloaded for 500 points ($5). This application allows Wii owners to send virtual cards to other Wii owners.

Hot and Cold: A 3D Hidden Object Adventure from Majesco Entertainment can be downloaded to the DSi for 800 points ($8). This hidden-object game adds a voice that tells you if you are close to a hidden object.

High Stakes: Texas Hold'Em from Hudson Entertainment can be downloaded to the DSi for 500 points ($5). The game supports no-limit tournament poker play.

myNotebook: Green is yet another version of the note-taking application from Nnooo that can be downloaded for 200 points ($2)

Ninja Gaiden can be downloaded to the Wii for 600 points ($6) and is a port of the version released in coin-operated arcades. This platformer has a ninja visiting an American city to eliminate an assassination syndicate.

Pallurikio from Playstos Entertainment can be downloaded to the Wii for 1,000 points ($10). The game is a platformer in which players bounce and roll through a variety of alien settings.

Super Smash Bros., originally released on the Nintendo 64, can now be downloaded to the Wii for 1,000 points ($10). This brawling game allows players to compete against one another using classic Nintendo characters.

TV Show King 2 from Gameloft can be downloaded to the Wii for 800 points ($8). This is the second game in Gameloft's general trivia series and includes 8,000 questions suitable for quiz-show competition.

Uno from Gameloft can be downloaded to the DSi for 800 points ($8), allowing DSi owners to compete in this classic card game.

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