Top 20 WiiWare Games in USA (24th Dec)
Posted by Darren Calvert
It's Wednesday again which can only mean one thing. It's time to take a look at the most popular WiiWare titles available in the Wii Shop. If you're feeling adventurous you can even take a look for yourself by simply logging on to your Wii Shop channel, heading into the WiiWare section and then viewing "Popular Games". It's that simple! Trust us, if we can do it, anyone can.
We compile this list using the USA region Wii Shop channel, so if you live elsewhere your list will probably be quite a bit different. Please feel free to post your region's findings below as always.
Keep in mind that the list below is a measure of actual sales made recently, not of the total time the game has been available for sale.
Here is the list for the 24th of December:
1 - World of Goo
2 (3) - Tetris Party
3 - My Aquarium
4 (5) - Target Toss Pro: Bags
5 (7) - Dr Mario Online Rx
6 (6) - Brain Challenge
7 (8) - Defend your Castle
8 (4) - Space Invaders Get Even
9 (10) - Mega Man 9
10 (9) - Midnight Bowling
11 (19) - Strong Bad Episode 5 - 8-Bit Is Enough
12 (12) - Bomberman Blast
13 (15) - TV Show King
14 (14) - My Pokémon Ranch
15 (13) - Wild West Guns
16 (11) - Sudoku Challenge
17 (16) - Frat Party Games - Pong Toss
18 (20) - Hockey Allstar Shootout
19 (17) - Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King
20 (18) - The Incredible Maze
N denotes a new entry
There hasn’t been much change this week in what is popular on WiiWare. Of course World of Goo continues to kick ass. Nintendo are even sending Wii-mails direct to consoles promoting it this Christmas so we don’t see this trend changing soon!
Tetris Party steals #2 place again from My Aquarium and Space Invaders Get Even falls back to #8 after a last minute boost to #4 last week.
Strong Bad Episode 5 has finally pulled itself up to #11 after a very slow start. Amazing given how popular the earlier episodes were.
There is no sign of Tiki Towers or Fun! Fun! Minigolf just yet, but we’re sure they will pop up in next week’s chart.
Christmas greetings from the WWW team!