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Nintendo Download (NDSi/Wii) Monday, April 19, 2010

by Rainier on April 19, 2010 @ 9:45 a.m. PDT

Nintendo manufactures and markets hardware and software for its Wii, NDS, 3DS, and Wii U systems. Since 1983, when it launched the NES, Nintendo has sold more than 3.1 billion video games and more than 526 million hardware units globally, including the Wii, Wii U, NDS, 3DS, as well as the Game Boy, Game Boy Advance, SNES, N64 and GameCube systems. It has also created industry icons that have become well-known, household names such as Mario, Donkey Kong, Metroid, Zelda and Pokémon.

WiiWare

Bang Attack (Engine Software/ 500 Wii Points)

Bang Attack is a fun, colorful puzzle game for players young and old. You don’t have to learn how to play Bang Attack – just pick it up as you go along. The objective is to find identical objects and smash them with your little hammer. Once you have enough points, you can use the Wii Remote controller to swing with the BIG hammer. If there’s a banana in the way, simply whack it off the screen. If you have two Wii Remote controllers, you can challenge another player and find out who’s the real champ. It’s not easy, though. You’ll have to deploy tactics and speed at precisely the right moment. You’ll also need to use special bonus objects to hinder your opponent in order to win. Bang Attack features 40 levels over four crazy worlds, ensuring hours of fun for the whole family.

1-2 players, rated E (Everyone)

Nintendo DSiWare

Surviving High School (Electronic Arts/ 800 Nintendo DSi Points)

Welcome to Centerscore High, where the game changes with every choice you make. Of course, some choices are wiser than others. Play the premiere “Football Season” storyline plus seven episodes for hours of game play. Kick off your story-driven adventures as the new kid in school. See if you can earn a spot on the football team and win the heart of cheerleader Beth or goth girl Raven. Unlock custom looks for your character and meet other kids who can help (or hurt) you. You cause all the drama! Continue to play as different guys or girls in other storylines. Work at the bakery and take on a local mobster. Try out for the school play. Meet challenges on the tough side of town. You can even travel to Europe! Master intense minigames and ace pop quizzes along the way. The exclusive Trophy System tracks your results. Earn four “great endings” and unlock a special BONUS EPISODE. The game looks awesome on the Nintendo DSi system, which you hold sideways like a book. Best…high-school game…ever!

1 player, rated E10+ (Everyone 10 and Older) – Suggestive Themes, Violent References

Game & Watch: Donkey Kong Jr. (Nintendo/200 Nintendo DSi Points)

Donkey Kong is trapped! It’s up to Donkey Kong Jr. to snag the key and set his father free from Mario’s cage. Help Donkey Kong Jr. avoid crows and alligators as he swings his way to victory. Earn points by unlocking the cage, hitting crows and alligators with pieces of food or jumping over alligators. Receive mistake icons by running into crows and alligators or missing a jump for the key. Receive three mistake icons and it’s game over!

1 player, rated E (Everyone)

Game & Watch: Flagman (Nintendo/200 Nintendo DSi Points)

Memorize the order in which flags are raised, then raise them in the same order (GAME A), or raise the correct flag according to the corresponding number (GAME B). Earn a point each time you raise the correct flag, or lose one of your remaining tries if you raise a flag out of order or if you let the time bar run out. The game ends when you have no tries left.

1 player, rated E (Everyone)

Game & Watch: Ball (Nintendo/200 Nintendo DSi Points)

Brush up on your juggling skills with Game & Watch: Ball. Move the juggler’s arms to catch the balls. Drop a single ball and it’s game over

1 player, rated E (Everyone)

myPostcards (Nnooo/200 Nintendo DSi Points)

Create your own postcards and send them to your friends! With myPostcards you can take a picture, write a quick note on it, then save everything as a postcard. Just open your Nintendo DSi system, take a photo and go. You can even customize your postcards by using 32 built-in background themes, various collectible stamps and unlockable elements. Create postcards for any occasion. Use the pen or pencil tools to write or draw. Simply erase anything you don’t like. Five different inks let you add an extra splash of color to your words and your drawings.

1 player, rated E (Everyone)

Virtual Console

Mega Man 4 (NES/Capcom/500 Wii Points)

A year after the destruction of Gamma and Dr. Wily’s defeat at the hands of Mega Man, the world is still at peace. One day Dr. Light receives a mysterious letter from an unknown scientist named Dr. Mikhail Cossack. Dr. Cossack plans to eliminate Mega Man and prove himself the greatest robot designer of all time. It’s up to Mega Man to save the day once again. Mega Man 4 provides action-based game play like the earlier games in the series. In Mega Man 4, Mega Man has the ability to charge up energy inside his Arm Cannon, allowing him to fire larger and more damaging blasts.

1 player, rated E (Everyone) – Mild Cartoon Violence


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