More Downloadable Games Released for the Wii and DSi

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NintendoNintendo has released more downloadable games for the Wii and DSi, including:
5 Arcade Gems from Nordcurrent can be downloaded to the Wii for 700 points ($7). This is a compilation of five wacky arcade-style games.


Brain Drain from Enjoy Gaming can be downloaded for 500 points ($5). This puzzle game has players trying to solve a scrambled puzzle while battling against confusing effects that slow puzzle-solving.

DoDoGo! from Neko Entertainment can be downloaded to the DSi for 800 points ($8). The game has players racing to save dodo eggs in a dangerous world filled with dinosaurs.

Don't Feed the Animals from Electron Jump Games can be downloaded to the DSi for 500 points ($5). This defense game has players using robots to stop animals from stealing candy.

Ferrari GT: Evolution from Gameloft can be downloaded to the DSi for 800 points ($8). This racing game allows players to challenge one another using the DSi wireless connection and race Ferraris.

The King of Fighters '95 from D4 Enterprise was originally released on the NeoGeo, and can now be downloaded to the Wii for 900 points ($9). This classic fighting game features characters from games such as Fatal Fury, Ikari Warriors and Art of Fighting.

Puffins: Let's Roll from Other Ocean Interactive can be downloaded to the DSi for 500 points ($5). This puzzle game has players rolling puffin eggs through mazes of obstacles to be reunited with their mothers.

Scrabble Slam! from Electronic Arts can be downloaded to the DSi for 500 points ($5). This Scrabble-branded word puzzle game has players striving to complete words as quickly as possible.

System Flaw Recruit for the DSi can be downloaded for 500 points ($5). Published by Enjoy Gaming, this shooter has players training to battle a possible Flaw invasion.

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