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81. Posted: Sat 5th Feb 2011 03:24 GMT
that pac-man 07 game
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82. Posted: Sat 26th Mar 2011 12:13 GMT
The Legend Of Zelda: A Link To The Past and they should make a WiiWare port of Viva Pinata because I don't have an Xbox 360 and they brought it out on the DS so why not the Wii?
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83. Posted: Mon 9th May 2011 03:23 BST
BraidJoe DangerShankLimboSplosion manEchochromeRoboblitzIlomiloRocket knightPrince of Persia classicAquariaSamorost 2
By the way: It seems Explodemon is out for PS3 and Xbox360. It looks rather different from the version that would come to wiiware. Has that version been canceled?
84. Posted: Mon 9th May 2011 03:24 BST
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85. Posted: Fri 3rd Jun 2011 17:42 BST
I'd love to see some old school FPS games like Doom, Quake, Duke Nukem 3D, Wolfenstein 3D, etc. etc.
86. Posted: Fri 3rd Jun 2011 18:48 BST
We're getting Descent as long as Interplay doesn't have to cancel it due to their financial problems.
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87. Posted: Mon 4th Jul 2011 22:50 BST
An 8 or 16 bit Metroid. I think a WiiWare version of CPU-Crime Patrol, CPU-Return to Zork, CPU-Corridor 7 would work very well. DC- Spawn: In the Demon's Hands. I'll add to this post in the near future.
Edited on Fri 8th July, 2011 @ 01:03 by WiiAboutU
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88. Posted: Thu 7th Jul 2011 06:42 BST
Fruit Ninja would be awesome!
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89. Posted: Thu 7th Jul 2011 06:57 BST
Quake!!! And Quake II if it fits.
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90. Posted: Thu 7th Jul 2011 07:05 BST
as I have said on another forum, most Apogee games from the 90's would make awesome wiiware games.
Edited on Thu 7th July, 2011 @ 07:07 by TheAmazingRaccoon
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91. Posted: Fri 8th Jul 2011 00:58 BST
@TheAmazingRaccoon what are Apogee games?
92. Posted: Fri 8th Jul 2011 01:20 BST
commander keen, Hocus Pocus, Halloween Harry............
93. Posted: Fri 8th Jul 2011 01:48 BST
@TheAmazingRaccoon What about some more of the old CPU point & click adventures like Alone in the Dark 1&2?
Edited on Fri 8th July, 2011 @ 01:49 by WiiAboutU
94. Posted: Fri 8th Jul 2011 02:25 BST
Commander Keen, yes...Also, Secret Agent and Crystal Caves. Boppin' too. Though something tells me these would work better on a portable system.Eternal Daughter would make for a neat WiiWare release. Lyle in Cube Sector, too, though they might need to expand it and rework the graphics a bit to make it relevant.
95. Posted: Fri 8th Jul 2011 03:49 BST
speaking of point and click adventure games, what about completing the Loom trilogy? Only one of them got made and it was cool. WiiWare is the perfect place to complete the trilogy that was originally planned.
Edited on Fri 8th July, 2011 @ 09:01 by TheAmazingRaccoon
96. Posted: Fri 8th Jul 2011 04:05 BST
I really want to see an old CPU educational, puzzle, adventure. That I played for countless hours as a young teen. Although it was targeted for children 7-10 yrs. of age, I found some of the puzzles challenging at 13. The grahics weren't all that, but I found the gameplay was highly addictive. The title was "Spelling Jungle". It was licenced to Sierra On-Line, Inc. by Bright Star Technology in 1993. The game had 101 puzzles and I never got around to completing it. It had a sequel titled "Spelling Blizzard" that had the exact same gameplay, but was more difficult and was set in an arctic setting instead of the jungle. "Spelling Jungle" only required 4MB of system memory and 15MB of hard disk space. So both games could easily be combined together and released as one title for WiiWare. If Nintendo can get the licensee rights from Sierra, I would deffinitly download this one. Since you absolutely can't find a physical copy anywhere on the internet. Let me know if you ever played either of these games and what do you think?
Edited on Fri 8th July, 2011 @ 05:35 by WiiAboutU