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Nintendo’s Holiday Lineup Has Something for Everyone

Find Great Gifts for Everyone on Your Shopping List

Below is a partial list of upcoming games for the WiiWare™ service. Note that game titles and launch dates are subject to change.


Publisher Game Release Date
Aksys Games BIT.TRIP VOID Q3
  BIT.TRIP series (3 additional titles) Q4, Q1
Broken Rules And Yet It Moves Q4
Frontier LostWInds: Winter of the Melodias Q4
Gameloft Ghost Mansion Party Q3
  The Oregon Trail Q4
Ghostfire Games Rage of the Gladiator Q1
Incredible Technologies Carnival King Q3
Konami Castlevania: The Adventure Rebirth Q3
  Frogger Returns Q4
Nabi Studios Toribash Q4
Natsume Moki Moki Q3
  Harvest Moon: My Little Shop Q4
Nicalis Cave Story Q3
  Night Game Q1
  La Mulana Q1
NinjaBee The Amazing Brain Train Q4
Nintendo You, Me, and the Cubes™ Q3
  Eco Shooter: Plant 530™ Q4
Nintendo/TPC Pokémon™ Rumble Q4
Press Play Max 7 the Magic Marker Q4
React Games Archon: Classic Q1
Taito Arkanoid Plus! Q3
Team Meat Super Meat Boy Q1
Telltale Games Tales of Monkey Island™: Lair of the Leviathan Q3
  Tales of Monkey Island™: The Trial and Execution of Guybrush Threepwood Q4
  Tales of Monkey Island™: Rise of the Pirate God Q4

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