Nintendo Download goes big this week (UK)

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UK gamers have a big week to look forward to this week with the Nintendo download.

We start out this week with the third demo to hit Europe. Crush 3D is a game that is getting pretty good reviews. Now people can try before they buy.

On the 3DS virtual console front, there’s Kirby’s Block Ball. It’s a Breakout clone, but the 3DS virtual console has yet to see a good example of that. It’ll set you back €3.00, or £2.70 in the UK.

There’s a duo of DSiWare titles, both very cheap. Gaia’s Moon, according to the press release is: “Something strange is causing changes to the balance of energy in Gaia that is necessary to prolong life. To discover the cause, you must play the role of Atreyu and his magical cane Milo, whose help you will need to be able to fly. However, you must be very careful, as the whole planet has gone out of control and existential chaos may ensue.” That’s €2, or £1.80.

Crazy Cheebo: Puzzle Party, meanwhile: “In this strategic puzzler, you must switch two objects to make a horizontal or vertical set of three or more objects of the same colour. A whole range of awards are up for grabs if you can match more objects up and create combos. The game contains colourful graphics, a Crazy Cheebo character and lots of humorous videos. Why not also enjoy competing against your friends in the multiplayer games?” That, too, is €2, or £1.80.

There’s also one WiiWare and one Wii Virtual Console game to enjoy.

BurgerTime World Tour is all about: “Join our hero as he traverses the globe in search of hamburger heaven. Escape from angry veggies and build your BurgerTime World Tour today. 3D lends a whole new edge to this classic game, with the rotational axis allowing you to see through the cylinder, creating whole new elements for determining the fastest way to build a burger. And there’s much more, as you rack up bonus points by tossing baddies, enjoy four culinary capital worlds and compete on over 20 Burger-filled levels.” 1000 points for that one.

The King of Fighters ’97, meanwhile, should need no introduction. Being a classic 2D fighting game and all. 900 points.

Anything for anyone this week?

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