Nintendo has once again given Wii U and Nintendo 3DS owners something to download this week, with a number of games now available as part of its latest eShop update.
First up is the long-awaited Wii Sports Club, which brings two playable activities – bowling and tennis – from the popular compilation to the Wii U. Players have a 24-hour trial period with these games, and from there, they can either pay $1.99 for a 24-hour pass, or $9.99 to unlock each activity.
Also available is Toki Tori, a platforming adventure that was originally released on Game Boy Color and the original Wii. Featuring 80 side-scrolling levels to complete and a variety of super-powers and abilities, it's a must for fans of the genre. It's only $1.99.
Over on the 3DS, the amazing 3D action/adventure Kid Icarus: Uprising has arrived, featuring stellar and terrific control options. Grab it for $34.99.
Other games available on the 3DS include the puzzle game 4 Elements ($5.99), the puzzle-related Crazy Chicken: Director's Cut 3D ($1.99), the music simulation KORG M01D ($34.99), the classic puzzle game Luxor ($5.99), the sim My Baby Pet Hotel 3D ($29.99), and the puzzle solver Secret Agent Files: Miami ($7.99).
Finally, Wario's Woods, a retro-style puzzle game that originally arrived on the NES, is now available for both 3DS and Wii U. You can grab each version for $4.99.