It would be hard to overshadow this week's most prominent 3DS news
, and Nintendo doesn't even come close to it with today's digital releases. If you're on 3DS, you'll have access to the Game Boy version of Golf --
and, if you check out Nintendo Video, Blue Man Group will teach you how to Dougie. On Wii you'll find a couple of color-matching puzzlers, including a demo for this year's intriguing Liight
On DSiWare, Agetec brings us DotMan
, a low-cost download that looks to us like a modern update of the old Atari game, Dodge'Em
. Maybe you were looking for something like that.
Paint Splash (KnapNok Games, 1-4 players, 500 Wii Points): Paint on the TV screen! Without having to buy another TV immediately afterward.
Demo: Liight (Studio Walljump, 1 player, 500 Wii Points): Arrange colored lights to hit matching targets. If you can't imagine how that works in-game, good news: there's a demo!
Golf (Game Boy) (Nintendo, 1 player, $2.99): Enjoy the fresh circa-1989 air as you stare out over the expansive grey vistas of a 32-hole course.
Puzzle Rocks (Cinemax, 1 player, $4.99/500 DSi Points): Two color-matching puzzle games, played simultaneously.
DotMan (Agetec, 1 player, $1.99/200 DSi Points): Part driving game, part arcade maze game. Collect coins in concentric lanes.