Nintendo Download for Europe April 30th

Nintendo Download has quite a bit in terms of quantity this week with a bit of quality content mixed in as well.

This week Wii owners can check out WarioWare: Do It Yourself – Showcase (800 points), 5 Arcade Gems (700 points), The King of Fighters ’95 (900 points), and some Mega Man 10 DLC.

Nintendo DSi owners can download Save the Turtles (500 points), Surviving High School (800 points), DodoGo! (800 points), Simply Solitaire (200 points) and VT Tennis (500 points).

As usual, this week you can find the full details on each title after the jump. BUT, after the jump you can also find compilation video of all the titles as well.

(Video Source: Nintendan via GoNintendo)

WiiWare – WarioWare™: Do It Yourself – Showcase
(Nintendo, 800 Wii Points)

Play wacky microgames with friends and show off your WarioWare creations on the big screen with WarioWare: Do It Yourself – Showcase, the perfect companion to WarioWare: Do It Yourself available on Nintendo DS.

This game allows you to transfer microgames, music and comics from the Nintendo DS version to enjoy on your Wii console, using the Wii Remote instead of the Nintendo DS stylus. Also included is a selection of exclusive microgames that you can play on the TV or transfer to the Nintendo DS game to take with you on the go.

Last but not least, you can share microgames with your friends via Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection; so everyone can experience the craziness that is WarioWare!

WiiWare – 5 Arcade Gems
(Nordcurrent, 700 Wii Points)

Welcome to 5 Arcade Gems, a collection of five wacky arcade games which you can play alone or together with your friends. There is something for everyone -whether you’d like to play a medieval knights game or ultra-modern space shooter.

Compete with other knights to beat the Evil Wizard’s challenge in Templar Bashing and let no hazard get in the way of the dutiful Pizza Jungle Delivery company, not even the fierce savages who won’t tip!

Outsmart your competitors in RC Buggy Madness and demonstrate your skills and reflexes in Lumberjack Trials.

And of course, no adventure is complete without some deep space alien-bursting action in Whirling Rangers.

WiiWare – Mega Man 10™ Pay & Play Add On Content

New add-on content available in-game:
Endless Attack Mode (300 Wii Points)
Special Stage 2 & 3 (100 Wii Points each)

NINTENDO DSiWare – Save the Turtles
(Sabarasa, 500 Nintendo DSi Points)

Save the Turtles takes players to over 32 of the world’s most exotic beaches in a quest to help tiny turtles find their new home on the sea.

Players must use the Nintendo DS stylus to rub and tap the Touch Screen on the Nintendo DSi, digging eggs from the sand and lining-up cute reptiles while avoiding crabs, seagulls and litter on their way to the safety of the sea.

The game features four game modes, including a never ending survival mode called “Turtles Forever”, and several unlockable trophies. Give Mother Nature a hand and help Save the Turtles!

(Electronic Arts, 800 Nintendo DSi Points)

Welcome to Centerscore High, where each choice you make changes your game.

But remember, some choices are wiser than others… Play the premiere “Football Season” storyline plus seven episodes for hours of gameplay. You cause all the drama!

Master mini games and ace pop quizzes all along the way and use the Trophy System to track your results. Earn four “great endings” and unlock a bonus episode.

NINTENDO DSiWare – DodoGo!
(Neko Entertainment, 800 Nintendo DSi Points)

Get ready for some adventure in the time of the dinosaurs. You’ll need to save as many Dodo eggs as possible by leading them to safety.

Get creative with easy tools: build dynamic structures and modify the terrain with a simple touch of the Nintendo DS stylus. Shape, brush, saw, dig and even use explosives!

Over 100 captivating missions with bonus levels for a change of pace, and lots of surprises to discover.

The game can be played in French, English, German, Spanish, Dutch or Italian.

NINTENDO DSiWare – Simply Solitaire
(Engine Software, 200 Nintendo DSi Points)

Simply Solitaire gives you exactly what you want: pure Solitaire on your Nintendo DSi! The simple game design and easy, intuitive controls make it a game that the whole family can enjoy. The game has 50 puzzles in each level to guarantee hours of gameplay fun.

NINTENDO DSiWare – VT Tennis
(Virtual Toys, 500 Nintendo DSi Points)

VT Tennis is an ‘Ace’ of a tennis game for the Nintendo DSi. Train your budding tennis star to serve, lob and smash your way to victory with precision swipes in all directions, using its innovative stylus and Touch Screen controls. Advance your player statistics in this fast-paced tournament of game modes, featuring Quickmatch, Tennis School & World Championship.

The objective is to become number one in the world rankings. To do this, the player will have to unlock courts as he competes in championships all over the world. At the start of career mode, the player will see himself in last place in the rankings. From this moment on, you must battle your way up to be among the top players.

You can play on all types of surface: grass, clay, hard courts and wood and learn the best techniques for winning each tournament on the different surfaces. Seventeen tough courts, each more difficult than the last, stand between you and your final victory.

Virtual Console – THE KING OF FIGHTERS ’95
(D4 Enterprise, NEOGEO, 900 Wii Points)

Engage in battle once more in this classic fighting game from 1995. The main characters from classic series Fatal Fury, Ikari Warriors, Psycho Soldier and Art of Fighting return, ready to continue the fight from King of Fighters ’94.

Joining them is Iori Yagami, a rival of hero Kyo Kusanagi, ready to leave his mark on the continuing story – and on Kyo! Three-on-three team battles, a power gauge that unleashes devastating blows and the series’ unique one-shot reversal super special moves, all make the jump from the ’94 release. But it doesn’t stop there; use the new “Team Edit” ability to add a new dimension of strategy to your bouts.

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