Strangely Titled Games Now Downloadable on Nintendo Platforms

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NintendoThis week's downloadable games for the Wii and DSi include some of the more unusual titles to be released as downloads through Nintendo's various shop channels:
Absolute Reversi from Tasuke can be downloaded to the DSi for 200 points ($2). This version of the classic board game allows players to use the DSi touchscreen to control their moves.

And Yet It Moves from developer Broken Rules can be downloaded to the Wii for 1,000 points ($10). This puzzle-oriented platformer (previously released as a PC download) allows players to rotate the world to escape each game level.

G.G. Series Ninja Karakuri Den from Genterprise can be downloaded to the DSi for 200 points ($2). The game has players fighting their way through a trapped mansion as an expert ninja, but platforms disappear when the ninja reaches them, making this a fast-paced platformer.

My Farm from BiP media can be downloaded to the DSi for 200 points ($2). The game has players building and running a farm, dubbing itself a "livestock farming simulation game."

Rytmik from Cinemax can be downloaded to the DSi for 800 points ($8). The game has players creating musical tracks from a selection of around 170 sound samples.

Ufouria: The Saga, originally released on the NES can now be downloaded from Sunsoft to the Wii for 600 points ($6). The game follows Bop Louie through a series of mazes and traps as he searches for his three friends and the path back to Ufouria.

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