DSiWare, WiiWare, and Virtual Console releases for this week

Rounding up the WiiWare and Virtual Console releases for the week of 3/30.


DSiWare joins our weekly post with six new additions to the DSi Shop. Also ready for download today is a marble balance game on WiiWare and a oceanic exploration title from the days of Super Nintendo.
  • Nintendo DSi Browser (Nintendo, FREE): The first free app in the DSi Shop, the Opera-powered DSi Browser will let you surf the Web on your DSi.
  • Bird & Beans (Nintendo, 200 DSi Points): This mini game lets you control Pyro, a bird with an elastic tongue. Use it to grab falling beans and earn more points the quicker you catch them!
  • Master of Illusion Express: Funny Face (Nintendo, 200 DSi Points): This game lets you use your DSi as a prop in a card game.
  • Art Style: AQUIA (Nintendo, 500 DSi Points): AQUIA is a fast-paced underwater puzzle game where you match colored blocks vertically and horizontally.
  • WarioWare: Snapped! (Nintendo, 500 DSi Points): Snapped! is a collection of mini games that uses the DSi's onboard camera.
  • Brain Age Express: Math (Nintendo, 800 DSi Points): This is just the math version of a Brain Age game and wraps up this week's DSiWare offerings.
  • Equilibrio (DK-GAMES, 500 Wii points): This balance game has you sending a marble through various worlds as you tilt your way to the exit. There are 64 levels to play and you can even use a balance board to control the game!
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  • Uncharted Waters: New Horizons (1994, Super Nintendo, 800 Wii points): Play as one of six famous explorers, navigating the oceans of the early 16th century.

What games do you think are missing from the Wii Virtual Console? Sound off at our discussion board!

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