There have been some games that I've been thinking would be good games for the Wii and DS so I decided to make this guide. Anyway, here's what games I think would be good on the Wii and DS.
Chu Chu Rocket!
In this game, you guide some mice threw puzzle stages to get to their rockets and you need to be careful not to run into any of the cats in the puzzle. There is a feature where can make your own puzzles for your friends to play. When this game was released on the Dreamcast, there was a feature where you could hook your Dreamcast to your home phone allowing you to go to a site online that the game featured then you could share the puzzles you made with people online however, since people stick to cellphones generally these days and/or have a different kind of home phone, barely anyone can do that anymore so I'm hoping that Sega will release 'Chu Chu Rocket!' on the Wii and/or the DS and have the Chu Chu website feature available on the Wi Fi. I think they might do that eventually since they did make new games on the Wii for Nights and Samba De Amigo.
Orly's Draw a Story
This was a PC game made by Broderbund that I had when I was little and used a Windows 95 and I loved it. It was one of my favorite PC games but then when my Windows 95 got old and was replaced with a Windows XP, that was one of the games that I came to a dissapointment when it turned out to not work on the newer computer. This game is kind of simular to 'Drawn to Life' only instead of drawing props and charactors for a video game, you draw them for an animated story narrated by the main charactor, Orly. This game was cute and it had humor in almost every part of the game like when you draw a charactor, it has eyes and a mouth so it talks to you some as you are drawing it then if you touch it's mouth or poke it in the eyes with whatever tool you are using, it will have a funny comment on it. The game only had 4 different stories so it did get kind of boring after a while but that's pretty understandable since it was made before computers and video started having more memory. I think this game would defenitly be a good one to re-release on the Wii and/or DS.
The Chao Garden was a virtual pet feature in the Sonic Adventure games. In it, you raised Chao and kept giving it animals, chaos drives and fruit to build up powers such as flying, running, swimming, fighting and stamina. With the abilities, you could enter them in Chao Races or Chao Karate. You Chao would eventually grow up to be a neutrial Chao but if you gave it a hero fruit or a dark fruit then it would become a Hero Chao or a Dark Chao. Some GBA Sonic games had mini Chao Gardens called Tiny Chao Gardens which featured it's own fruit and Chao then if you hooked your GBA up to the Game Cube then you could put the GBA Chao in 'Sonic Adventure 2 Battle' or 'Sonic Adventure DX' and it would turn out to be a shiny colored Chao. You could transport fruit into the GC Chao Gardens too and they would be special for your Chao. You could also get special kinds of Chao by the what you did with them like a Sonic Chao, a Nights Chao, etc. This feature became a popular part of the Sonic the Hedgehog series but ever since 'Sonic Heroes', it stopped being in the 3D Sonic games then the Tiny Chao Gardens stopped being a feature of the handheld Sonic games since 'Sonic Battle'. This is understandable since it was getting old with the same things but since of there being a new generation of game consols now, I think Sega should have the Chao Garden feature return in one of their Wii Sonic games and/or GBA games then add some special features that the consols have to offer like challenging your Chao in races with other Chao online, having different weather in your Chao Gardens (like in the Nightopian feature in 'Nights Journey into Dreams'), etc.
Virtual Cartoon Maker
In the 2D game era, there where some games where you could make your own cartoon of the series it was themed. Marvel released 'The Spider-Man Cartoon Maker' and 'The X-Men Cartoon Maker' both for PC and they where fun to play. I never got to play the Spider-Man one much since I think you could only have one of those cartoon makers downloaded at a time and so I don't remember it much but I did spend hours playing that X-Men one since I loved X-Men at the time. You put in one of the backgrounds available then you could place in some still pictures and/or drag some animated X-Men sprites around creating a movie. If you had a mic then you could record your voice for the cartoon. The game featured some examples of movies so that you could get an idea of how you wanted it. There was a 'Tiny Toon Adventures' game that was simular and it was called 'Tiny Toon Adventures: Cartoon Workshop'. You couldn't really do as much stuff in your cartoons on it as you could in 'X-Men Cartoon Maker' but it was still pretty good. I never saw any cartoon making games since then until I saw a Nickelodeon game for the PC where you could make different crossover cartoons with various popular Nickelodeon charactors. Unlike the previos cartoon making games I mentioned, it had voice clips of each charactor that you could use for your movie or like the X-Men one, you could record your voice and do the charactors' voices yourself. Something that the game also featured that the other ones didn't was that you could send your work to friends online who have the same game. I think these are good games since they kind of teach kids what it's like to make cartoons and such. I think it would be good if eventually, the Wii and/or DS had their/it's own cartoon making game that you could post online with Wi Fi or send to your friends online.
Sonic Robo Blast 2
This is actually a Sonic fan game that was made for the PC but it's a very good fan game and it's defenitly the best Sonic fan game I've seen online yet. In it, you played as Sonic and co. in their classic versions and went through classic Sonic style stages. Unlike all other 3D Sonic games, you actually go threw stages and get to the marker with Sonic's (or whoever your playing as) face on it like in most of the 2D Genesis Sonic games. I was really impressed with how it was made. Unlike all other Sonic fan games I've seen, it actually has very well made original graphics and music. A feature I find real cool about it is that you can play games with it online with friends and if you have the engine program then you can make your own playable charactors. I feel sorry for those Sonic fans who are Mac users since this game only works for PC. I doubt this will ever happen but I think it would be cool if Sega bought the rights to this game from the owner, SSNTails and released this game on the Wii then had the playing online with friends feature on Wi Fi.