Nintendo Releases More Downloadable Games for the Wii and DSI

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NintendoNot to be daunted by this week's E3 conference, Nintendo is releasing yet more downloadable games for the Wii and DSi, including:
16 Shot! Shooting Watch from Hudson Entertainment can be downloaded to the DSi for 200 points. This software is a simple tool that lets DSi owners determine how rapidly they can pull a trigger.


Arcade Sports from Icon Games Entertainment can be downloaded to the Wii for 800 points ($8). This compilation of sports mini-games includes Air Hockey, Bowling, Pool and Snooker.

Bejeweled 2 from PopCap Games can be downloaded to the Wii for 1,000 points ($10). This is the sequel to the classic gem-matching game, now on the Wii.

Flips: Silent But Deadly is another interactive story from Electronic Arts that can be downloaded to the DSi for 500 points ($5). This story has three kids working to discover why their science teacher is acting like an animal.

A Kappa's Tale can be downloaded to the DSi for 500 points ($5). The game has players guiding a Japanese river spirit using the DS stylus as he attempts to make his way to the human world.

Music on: Electronic Keyboard can be downloaded to the DSi for 200 points ($2). The software transforms the DSi into a musical instrument.

Shadow of the Ninja can be downloaded to the Wii for 500 points ($5). This is a port of the game that appeared on the NES, a side-scrolling, ninja-themed platformer.

Telegraph Crosswords from Sanuk Games can be downloaded to the DSi for 500 points ($5). The game features 500 crossword puzzles from the Telegraph.

Yard Sale Hidden Treasures: Sunnyville from Konami is a hidden object game that has players searching for objects hidden in local yard sales. The game can be downloaded to the Wii for 500 points ($5).

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