New Club Nintendo Downloads

A new month is upon us!  And of course, that means some new downloadable Nintendo games for those of us who have some coins left with Club Nintendo.  Club Nintendo of course being that fan service Nintendo runs that allows you to register games and systems with them and earn coins to use for free stuff.  Every month they pick a few games from the 3DS eShop and WiiWare to offer for between 100 and 250 coins.  So, what’s on offer this month?


3DS eShop

Mario’s Picross – GameBoy – 1 player, 100 coins

Decipher codes and unlock hidden pictures in this classic puzzle game of wit and speed.

This challenging puzzler requires logic to reveal mysterious hidden pictures. The secrets lie in the numeric codes at the top and on the left side of each window. Decipher these numbers and uncover a hidden picture in every puzzle. Great pick-up-and-play game modes and a huge amount of content make this a title that will keep puzzle fans of all ages and skill levels busy for hours.



Radar Mission – GameBoy – 1 player, 100 coins

Close-up torpedo battles plus long-distance missile strategy bring two great game modes together. Choose Game A to strategically deploy your fleet and engage the enemy in pulse-pouding missile face-off. Or if face-to-face battles are more your forte, choose Game B, climb into your fleet’s submarine, and set off to face your opponent’s fleet head-on.






Art Style: CUBELLO – 1 player, 100 coins

The Art Style: CUBELLO game mixes the strategy of puzzle games with the precision and reflexes required in a shooter. As each stage begins, colored cubes form into one large Cubello that floats and rotates as you play. Launch more cubes from your magazine and try to connect four or more of the same color to make them vanish—and continue until only the core is left behind. Intuitive controls and stylish presentation make this a great game for puzzle fans, casual players, and seasoned gamers.


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Micah has been playing games since his first pong machine, and has been writing for as long as he could grip a pencil and not drool on the paper. So, for about a week.

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