More Downloadable Games Available for the Wii and DSi

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NintendoNintendo has released another slate of downloadable games for the Wii and DSi, including a DSi version of Space Ace a game in which Shoguns defend their castles and Fluidity. Read on for more details...
Dairojo! Samurai Defenders from Abylight can be downloaded to the DSi for 800 points ($8). The game has players protecting castles from a siege by ninjas that attack from all directions.


Fireplacing from Korner Entertainment can be downloaded to the Wii for 500 points ($5). This software simulates a fireplace on the television, allowing Wii owners to build, light and stoke a fire.

Fluidity can be downloaded to the Wii for 1,200 points ($12). The game has players tilting the Wii Remote to move water through the magical Aquaticus encyclopedia and free it from the influence of a vial of evil ink called... "the Influence."

Racers' Islands - Crazy Arenas can be downloaded to the Wii for 600 points ($6). This game from Zallag has players racing and battling through a variety of arenas ranging from a mountain peak to an ice hockey rink.

Rytmik: Rock Edition from Cinemax can be downloaded to the DSi for 200 points ($2). The software includes around 130 sound samples of various instruments that can be used to create music with up to four instrument tracks.

Sonson from Capcom can be downloaded to the Wii for 800 points ($8) and is a port of the side-scrolling platformer that reached arcades in 1984.

Space Ace from Digital Leisure can be downloaded to the DSi for 800 points ($8). This is a port of the classic arcade game animated by Don Bluth that uses a series of quick-time events to help Ace stop Commander Borf from taking over the Earth.

Wolf of the Battlefield: Commando can be downloaded to the Wii for 800 points ($8) and is a port of the Capcom arcade game of the same name in which you shoot your way through enemy territory, pausing only to hurl grenades.

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