Nintendo's First Thursday Downloadable Game Release Now Live for the Wii, DSi and 3DS

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NintendoNintendo has shifted its downloadable content releases for the Wii and DSi to Thursdays, with content now also being released for the 3DS. Read on for the full list and more details...
Beach Party Craze from Alawar can be downloaded to the 3DS for $8 or to the DSi for 800 points ($8). Beach Party Craze has players engaging in a variety of mini-games to help manage a beach resort.


Donkey Kong, the version that appeared on the original Game Boy, can now be downloaded to the 3DS for $4, giving players yet another opportunity to have Mario rescue Pauline from Donkey Kong.

Gold Fever is a match-three-style puzzle game set during the American Gold Rush. The game can be downloaded to the 3DS for $5 or the DSi for 500 points (also $5).

Hidden Photo from Subdued Games can be downloaded to the 3DS for $5 or to the DSi for 500 points ($5), and contains both hidden-object and spot-the-difference-style visual puzzles.

Mega Man 5 has players rescuing the city from Protoman and his eight cybernetic soldiers in this side-scrolling platformer. It can be downloaded to the Wii for a whole lot of Wii points.

Snail Mail from Sandlot Games can be downloaded to the Wii for a lot of points. It has Turbo the Snail racing through a variety of colorful courses to deliver the intergalactic mail as quickly as possible.

Zimo: Mahjong Fanatic is a Mahjong game that doesn't rely on the solitaire match-two puzzle variant of the game. Zimo allows players to use the rules from the multiplayer version of Mahjong (but presumably no gambling). This game can be downloaded to the 3DS for $2 or to the DSi for 200 points (also $2).

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