Nintendo Tops Off Its Wii and DSi Downloads

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NintendoThis week's additions to Nintendo's selection of downloadable games includes "the most advanced recreational throwing game" and the perils of "Plan B." Read on for more details:
Aero The Acrobat from Sunsoft, originally released on the SNES, can be downloaded to the Wii for 800 points ($8). This game has players using their (virtual) acrobatic prowess to foil and industrialist's evil "Plan B."


Everyday Soccer from Aksys Games can be downloaded to the DSi for 500 points ($5). This soccer game has players challenging AI teams from all over the world or local human opponents.

Go Series 10 Second Run from Gamebridge can be downloaded to the DSi for 200 points ($2), challenging players to help a stick man navigate an obstacle course in under 10 seconds.

Nintendo Countdown Calendar can be downloaded to the DSi for 200 points ($2), giving DSi owners a tool to track important events and present them on the DSi screen in countdown format.

Triple Throwing Sports from The Code Monkeys can be downloaded to the Wii for 500 points ($5). Described as "the most advanced recreational throwing game," this title lets players practice throwing sports such as Discus and Javelin.

The Very Hungry Caterpillar's ABCs from Cybird can be downloaded to the Wii for 800 points ($8). This is an educational game based on the children's book by Eric Carle with quizzes and virtual flashcards.

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