Nintendo has updated WiiWare with three new games today, which we're also calling my birthday.
The first of these is The Incredible Maze, which is a bit presumptuous. Costs 500 Wii Points (GBP 3.50 / EUR 5) and features mazes and balance board support. The latter involves steering a ball around the maze while dodging traps and not falling off the edge.
Next up is Home Sweet Home, the solitary offering in the "Interior Design" area of WiiWare. As if designed by Carol Smilie, the idea is to redesign rooms in a weird puzzle fashion. This costs 1000 Wii Points (GBP 7.50 / EUR 10).
That's quite pricey, but not as expensive as Tetris Party, which costs 1200 Wii Points (GBP 9 / EUR 12). That's Tetris, then, but broken into mini-games with balance board support and online multiplayer for six people.
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