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1. Posted: Mon 22nd Jun 2009 13:03 BST
As predicted, we got an Art Style game known here as BOXLIFE!
Familiar activities get a funky boost with this week's additions to the Wii™ Shop Channel and Nintendo DSi Shop™. A trio of fresh WiiWare™ titles will have players wrapping their minds around unique puzzles, entertaining brain drills and awesome mini-golf courses. A new Art Style™ game for Nintendo DSiWare™ turns cutting paper into a cool hand-held gaming challenge. And simple things like air and weather conditions become exciting game elements in the latest classic offering on the Virtual Console™.
Drill Sergeant MindstrongPublisher: XSEED GamesPlayers: 1-4ESRB Rating: E10+ (Everyone 10 and Older) - Mild Language, Mild ViolencePrice: 800 Wii Points™Description: Line up and get ready to use your mind. Drill Sergeant Mindstrong is a party game that allows up to four people to play at once. Players become boot-camp trainees under the tough Drill Sergeant Mindstrong, going through mind-boggling, mind-training games. The rules are simple, but concentration and quick thinking are key. Become the top boot of your class and earn promotions based on your efforts. This game is best played with friends and family.
NEVES Plus™Publisher:YUKES Company of AmericaPlayers: 1-4ESRB Rating: E (Everyone)Price: 600 Wii PointsDescription:Try your hand at the newest puzzle craze to come out of Japan, NEVES Plus! Enhanced for WiiWare, NEVES Plus not only retains all the simple, mind-bending tangram-based game play from the original Nintendo DS™ version, but also includes new multiplayer modes wrapped up in an Egyptian theme. This time, you and up to three others can work together to move, rotate and flip the seven Lucky stones into each of the 500-plus silhouette puzzles. You can also challenge one another in new multiplayer modes such as Versus, Speed, Lucky Number and Party Mode. Whether you play every mode by yourself or with friends, NEVES Plus is set to charm you with harder-than-they-look silhouette puzzles.
Family Mini GolfPublisher: Aksys GamesPlayers: 1-8ESRB Rating: E (Everyone)Price: 500 Wii PointsDescription: Daddy, Mommy, Sarah and Billy are back for some mini-golf action. Play through multiple golf courses that contain obstacles ranging from bumpers to speed ramps to fans and more. Up to eight players can play together using a single Wii Remote™ controller. You can download new courses to expand your fun-filled mini-golf experience, creating even more complex and difficult challenges to overcome. Can you conquer all the courses and become the mini-golf champion?
Art Style: BOXLIFE™Publisher: NintendoPlayers: 1ESRB Rating: E (Everyone)Price: 500 Nintendo DSi Points™Description: Climb the corporate ladder in the world of BOXLIFE using your wits and... paper? Use the Nintendo DSi™ stylus to cut and then manipulate the paper into a box shape. Be careful-if you're not efficient with your cuts, you'll waste paper and be penalized. R&D mode teaches you new patterns and challenges you to complete various ranks, while FACTORY mode gives you the chance to earn money by making as many boxes as possible from an endless sheet of paper. Success in each mode brings its own reward: Clear ranks to earn a promotion, change your character's appearance, and use your earnings to acquire new items for your character's miniature garden. With this game's stylish graphics and catchy sounds, thinking inside the box isn't such a bad thing.
SimEarth™: The Living Planet Original platform: TurboGrafx16 CD-ROMPublisher: Hudson EntertainmentPlayers: 1ESRB Rating: E (Everyone) - Violent References Price: 800 Wii PointsDescription: An entire planet becomes your laboratory in this large-scale simulation game. Players help foster new life and promote its evolution into life forms of higher intelligence. Guide civilization along the path of evolution until it can achieve Exodus, the ultimate goal of settling on another planet. The basic challenge of the game is to maintain a comfortable environment for the life forms by adjusting atmospheric and geological parameters. Small organisms called Prokaryote and Trichordate will grow and evolve into a multitude of life forms. Making a drastic change is a recipe for disaster. The key to success is making small adjustments and watching how the life forms react. SimEarth also includes planets with environments different from Earth, such as Mars and Venus. Try your hand at terraforming these planets with harsh conditions and creating a world where life can thrive.
Edited on Mon 22nd June, 2009 @ 13:05 by KnucklesSonic8
2. Posted: Mon 22nd Jun 2009 13:06 BST
In before complaints about lack of Smash Bros.
3. Posted: Mon 22nd Jun 2009 13:11 BST
My thoughts exactly. You know who the regulars are.
4. Posted: Mon 22nd Jun 2009 13:13 BST
Meh, would've been nice to get 2 games. Ashphalt 4 maybe... But whatever, anything other then utter disappointment for Nintendo's DLC is mindblowing anyhow, so a good Artstyle game is a good week.
5. Posted: Mon 22nd Jun 2009 13:24 BST
YES! ART STYLE!
Tomena Sanner: Because dancing businessmen are awesome.
6. Posted: Mon 22nd Jun 2009 13:49 BST
Also, I knew that NEVES Plus should be coming this month because In the issue for nintendo power, I saw an ad for this and it said: out now! It wasn't out then, so I predicted from there.....
7. Posted: Mon 22nd Jun 2009 14:11 BST
Oh really? That's interesting. That I didn't know.
8. Posted: Mon 22nd Jun 2009 14:27 BST
Told you guys it wasent flipnote studio! But My thoughts was de-code
Told You So!
9. Posted: Mon 22nd Jun 2009 14:38 BST
Man!! iiWas really hoping it was Flipnote Studios!!But it did say summer 09 so i wonder how much into summer it will be released
10. Posted: Mon 22nd Jun 2009 14:53 BST
I predict the second week in July for no reason what-so-ever.
Who Are You?
11. Posted: Mon 22nd Jun 2009 15:03 BST
It'll probably come at the end of the Summer.We'll probably get... 1-2 more art styles, Ashphalt 4 and those DOMO games before we see Flipnote studio.
Because, honestly, Nintendo is running out of it's stock games to hold us off with.
12. Posted: Mon 22nd Jun 2009 15:40 BST
@Hardy83 Don't forget Pop Plus Solo.
13. Posted: Mon 22nd Jun 2009 16:14 BST
Also, I just realized I can't get this game... I'm already a platinum member and DSiWare games are a REALLY cheap way to get points. I want to save some for when it resets at the end of June for some cheap coins.
Seriously, even the clocks give you coins in post surveys.
14. Posted: Mon 22nd Jun 2009 18:22 BST
Art Style games are a good thing. Can't wait for the already-released ones in Europe to become available in America... ;=) Flipnote Studio will be a great thing to have, too when it comes. I think Asphalt 4 would be great, the reviews seem awesome...
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15. Posted: Mon 22nd Jun 2009 19:26 BST
at least we get it this summer
Edited on Mon 22nd June, 2009 @ 19:26 by Cryptonic
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16. Posted: Thu 25th Jun 2009 07:56 BST
So what's coming THIS Monday (6/29)? Anyone know?
17. Posted: Thu 25th Jun 2009 07:58 BST
@ballstikboy: No but i hope it's UNO.
18. Posted: Thu 25th Jun 2009 08:00 BST
yeah, that would be rad! I love UNO (and Scrabble, too.) I almost bought that "Uno/Skip-Bo" combo ds game the other day @ TOys R Us, but $15 still seemed a bit much... Hopefully Uno will be just a 500 pt game (at the very most) I am looking forward to that, too, though. (And FlipNote Studio, and Asphalt Racing!)
19. Posted: Thu 25th Jun 2009 14:21 BST
Apparently we're getting Sudoku Master for DSiWare on the 29th.
20. Posted: Thu 25th Jun 2009 15:23 BST
I hope get art style kubos soon!
The games worth waiting for are the best kinds.