Cocoto, Paper Airplane fly to Nintendo shops

Nintendo's DSiWare downloadable game service is quickly filling with cheap, quick-to-play games, and this week, two more are added to the burgeoning list. Clubhouse Games Express: Card Classics, published by Nintendo, offers five different games for 500 DSi points ($5). Included in the package are...

Nintendo's DSiWare downloadable game service is quickly filling with cheap, quick-to-play games, and this week, two more are added to the burgeoning list. Clubhouse Games Express: Card Classics, published by Nintendo, offers five different games for 500 DSi points ($5). Included in the package are Blackjack, Five Card Draw, Last Card, Last Card Plus, and President. For 200 points ($2), DSi owners can download Paper Airplane Chase, where up to two players can guide their aerodynamic origami through obstacle courses.

On the Wii, gamers can pick up one original game and one hit from days gone by this week. New to WiiWare is Neko Entertainment's Cocoto Platform Jumper, a vertically oriented action platformer in which a small demon attempts to find his friends in a very large cauldron. The game is available for 700 Wii points ($7). Nobunaga's Ambition, originally released for the SNES in 1991, has been added to the Wii's Virtual Console for 800 Wii points, or $8.

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LordAndrew
LordAndrew

People have been saying Majora's Mask will be the 300th Virtual Console game. That would mean it should appear next week or the week after.

gregjblair
gregjblair

Where the hell is Majoras Mask for the virtual console!!!!!

LordAndrew
LordAndrew

Cocoto's actually worthy of a headline? Interesting. :) It's not really an "original" game like you suggested though. It's actually a port of an old PS2/GameCube/PC game that only came out in Europe. Our first exposure to the imp was Cocoto Kart Racer on the DS, which was followed by Cocoto Fishing Master, Cocoto Magic Circus, a busted WiiWare release of Cocoto Fishing Master, and then Cocoto Kart Racer again. You know what? I probably shouldn't even know any of this. What the hell is wrong with me?

Kowpow
Kowpow

No, you are correct. Same thing with Birds & Beans.

KingIronfoot
KingIronfoot

You know, Paper Airplane Chase looks like it was ripped straight out of one of the WarioWare Inc. games. I hope I'm wrong, but that would be pretty cheap of Nintendo to do.

Magrino
Magrino

Nintendo's DSiWare downloadable game service is quickly filling with cheap, quick-to-play games, and this week, two more are added to the burgeoning list. Clubhouse Games Express: Card Classics, published by Nintendo, offers five different games for 500 DSi points ($5). Included in the package are Blackjack, Five Card Draw, Last Card, Last Card Plus, and President. For 200 points ($2), DSi owners can download Paper Airplane Chase, where up to two players can guide their aerodynamic origami through obstacle courses.

On the Wii, gamers can pick up one original game and one hit from days gone by this week. New to WiiWare is Neko Entertainment's Cocoto Platform Jumper, a vertically oriented action platformer in which a small demon attempts to find his friends in a very large cauldron. The game is available for 700 Wii points ($7). Nobunaga's Ambition, originally released for the SNES in 1991, has been added to the Wii's Virtual Console for 800 Wii points, or $8.