DSiWare: Disney Fireworks, 800 Nintendo Points
In this fireworks-shooting game similar to Big Bang Mini, you’ll have to shoot colored targets with their similarly-colored fireworks. Time it well and you’ll unlock special rockets and other surprises over the course of these 15 levels.
DSiWare: Save the Turtles, 500 Nintendo Points
The turtles need saving, and you’re the one with the stylus. Dig up eggs, line up reptiles, and avoid crabs and other obstacles as you try to get your turtle to the sea. Play on 32 beaches in the regular mode, or try the never-ending Survival mode.
DSiWare: Nintendo DSi Metronome, 200 Nintendo Points
What you see is what you get – Nintendo’s offering a $2 metronome for the music students out there. Also, if you get bored, you can play Donkey Kong Metronome, where you make noises in time with the beat to get Mario past the barrels.
DSiWare: Nintendo DSi Instrument Tuner, 200 Nintendo Points
Another nifty application for musicians. This tuner can play back a tone for you, or measure a tone through its microphone and tell you if it’s sharp or flat. You can also play Tuner Fight, where you have to sing/hum specific pitches to pop balloons.
DSiWare: Super Yum Yum Puzzle Adventures, 800 Nintendo Points
This award-winning game features an incredibly smug chameleon named Leon, who’s trying to rescue his children from Ms. Tum Tum. Eat fruit to change color and progress through each of the 48 levels, but make sure you don’t eat the wrong fruit and get stuck.
WiiWare: WarioWare: D.I.Y. Showcase, 800 Nintendo Points
This WiiWare counterpart to WarioWare: D.I.Y. for the Nintendo DS features microgames, comics and music, controlled simply with the Wii Remote. In addition to playing games on the Game Blender, you can download games from the NinSoft store, obtain fan-made microgames, or receive content from friends.
WiiWare: Diner Dash, 1,000 Nintendo Points
This fast-paced restaurateur game has a port on every system in the universe, and now it’s WiiWare’s turn. You’re Flo, the owner/waitress of a new restaurant, and you’ll have to run about your dining room taking orders, delivering food, seating customers, delivering checks, washing dishes and more. Move fast, or else your customers will become unhappy and leave!
Nintendo 64: Ogre Battle 64: Person of Lordly Caliber, 1,000 Nintendo Points
You are Magnus Gallant, a noble-born officer of the Palatinean Army who is witnessing the horrible treatment of the lower class; do you follow your noble teachings or help to deliver the impoverished to freedom? This tactical RPG features multiple endings, a highly advanced character class system, and an excellent storyline.
WarioWare and Diner Dash make me happy. I also have a friend who will be very glad to see Ogre Battle 64.