Nintendo adds new titles to the 3DS eShop, Nintendo DSi Shop and the Wii Shop Channel at 9 a.m. Pacific time on Thursdays. So what came in this week?

Blaster Master: Enemy Below

Using the strong weapons and high jumping power of his legendary battle vehicle, Jason must explore a subterranean region where a sinister life form resides.
(For Nintendo 3DS™)

Elite Forces: Unit 77

Drive armored trucks and tanks, defuse mines, locate explosives and rescue hostages. Gather your forces into a crack squad or control a single game character based on the strategic requirements. (For Nintendo 3DS / Nintendo DSi™)

Carmen Sandiego Adventures in Math:The Lady Liberty Larceny

The Statue of Liberty has vanished! The Chief wants ACME’s best agent on the case. Carmen Sandiego is back, and only you can foil her V.I.L.E. plans.
(For Wii™)

WordJong Arcade

WordJong mixes Mahjong solitaire and word play. Use letter tiles to create words. WordJong Arcade has 2 new ways to play, ARCADE and YIN-YANG.

In Arcade Mode, use power-ups, multipliers and long word bonuses to get amazing high scores. Spell your way through 8 levels of action. Can you reach the final dragon level and win?

In Yin Yang Mode, test your skills by using only White or Black letter tiles to score. The target color changes each turn, so be sure to plan ahead. Play solo, or challenge a friend with pass-and-play!

(Nintendo eShop / Nintendo DSiWare™)

Just SING! Christmas Vol. 3

Just sing into the Nintendo DSi microphone and enjoy the festive atmosphere. Hit all the right notes and sing in the correct tempo to reach the top of the highscore list! Rise to the challenge and enjoy the Christmas cheer throughout the year!

(Nintendo eShop / Nintendo DSiWare)

Paint Splash (demo version)

Paint Splash turns your TV into an interactive canvas where kids of all ages can enjoy painting using the Wii Remote. Up to four people can paint at the same time so the entire family can participate in creating fantastic paintings using just your Wii Remotes. When you’re done painting you can save your images onto your SD Card.

(WiiWare™)

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