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Club Nintendo Coin Spreadsheet Updated and Expanded

Posted by Thomas Whitehead

It has the answers

Each Club Nintendo region has its own loyalty bonus scheme, which in the case of North America is the coins system. Figuring out how many game codes or downloads you need to get that free prize can be a troublesome business, but there is an easy way to get the information you need.

As we reported last year, an intrepid Nintendo gamer has set up an invaluable spreadsheet that outlines the coin value for every download game, a handy list of all rewards, as well as details on titles that have been removed from the Wii Shop, DSi Shop and eShop. It's now been updated with the latest details, including the revelation that WiiWare title Penguins & Friends - Hey! That's My Fish has disappeared, which was news to us.

Check out the Club Nintendo Coin Registration & Rewards Spreadsheet for all of the details.

Thanks to David for the update.

[via codebook.potchgult.com]

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User Comments (7)

DavidD

#1

DavidD said:

Keep in mind that the "value" of each coin is a very, VERY rough estimate based on the average cost per coin. You can see that the coin "value" radically changes depending upon the type of software you buy.

iphys

#2

iphys said:

What, Tetris Party Live is gone? I wonder if that's a sign a 3DSWare version is in the works or if they got rid of it to increase sales of Tetris Axis.

Rawk_Hawk

#4

Rawk_Hawk said:

" including the revelation that WiiWare title Penguins & Friends - Hey! That's My Fish has disappeared, which was news to us."

Another game is missing

WaLzgiStaff

#5

WaLzgi said:

So uh...what's the point of this spreadsheet? You earn 50 coins for each Wii game and 30 coins for DS/3DS games and 10 coins for downloaded games plus any bonuses. What else does one need to know?

Capt_N

#6

Capt_N said:

More games missing. I can't say if the missing game was good, or not. So, I won't comment on the possibility of bad games leaving the (online) services. These co.s could give us some warnings, at least.

DarkEdi

#7

DarkEdi said:

Why companies don´t announce when they retire their games? We can help them a bit if they previously warn us.

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