February 21st, 2009, 00:13 Posted By: wraggster
The DSiWare lineup continues to grow over in Japan. Today, Nintendo announced the latest additions, which are set to go live on the 25th.
Here's what DSi owners over in Japan have to look forward to:
Nintendo DSi Calculator Animal Crossing Type
A calculator that's themed around Animal Crossing. The program can be made to read back numbers to you in Animal Crossing speak. Functionality includes a measurement converter and a tool for converting animal ages into human years. Priced at 200 DSi Points.
Nintendo DSi Calculator Famicom Mario Type
This calculator is themed around the old 8-bit Mario. It offers the same functionality as the Animal Crossing calculator, but with Mario running around on the top screen. Priced at 200 DSi Points.
Art Style Hacolife
A puzzle game in which you use the stylus to fold up a sheet of paper into a 3D object. Priced at 500 DSiPoints.
Art Style Nalaku
In this puzzle/action game, you attempt to make a character climb a complex array of boxes in order to reach the top. The various boxes have different effects, some sucking up your life and some recovering it. Some cubes explode after being touched. Priced at 500 DSiPoints.
A Little DS Literature Collection: World Literature 20
This is a mini version of a full DS game, offering players 20 international classics and 5 Japanese classics. The Japanese works were in the included in the original DS version. Priced at 500 DSiPoints.
Chotto Asobi Taizen: Onajimi Table
This collection of table games includes Shogi, Go Moku Narabe, Reversi, Hanafuda, and Hasami Shogi. As with previous Chotto Asobi Taizen titles, the game includes download play support that can also be used with DS or DS Lite systems. Priced at 500 DSiPoints
Yosuke Ide's Health Mahjong DSi
A mahjong game which originally appeared on WiiWare. The game can be played by four via download play, or online with owners of either the DSiWare or WiiWare versions. Nintendo has also included Mii support. Pricing is set at 800 DSiPoints.
In addition to these first party titles, Bandai Namco will be delivering Mr. Driller and Mojpittan on the 25th.
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