The Nintendo Download brings on new WiiWare

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It’s kind of a rare sight these days, but there is indeed new WiiWare in the Nintendo Download this week. None other than Indiana Jones Professor Lemeza makes his debut in La-Mulana.

An old school platformer, La-Mulana was released in Japan to some pretty solid reviews. I myself have heard some good things about the game, but I’ve never played it. From the page on Nintendo’s site, it does look pretty interesting- and definitely very SNES-like.

We also get a demo for The Denpa Men this week, which is a really oddball title that mashes up Augmented Reality and RPG. Looks sorta… different.

Oh, and a quick note for all you procrastinating Pokemon fans- this is the last week that the Pokedex 3D will be available for download onto your 3DS. Why, I have no idea, but you better grab it if you want it.



  • Rising Board 3D – $2.99 — Do you miss the sandy beaches?!? Get your board and dive into the happy, colorful world of Pop Island!!! If you are looking for fame or just the beauty of a trick, join us! You’re joining a style, you’re joining a familiy!!!




  • Retro Pocket – $4.99/500 points — Discover eight all-original LED-style games such as Kung Fu Hero, Whale Escape, Mind Your Head, Candy Factory and more! Retro Pocket features Game A and Game B modes in all eight games for extra gameplay variations and more high scores to obtain. Aside from the retro visuals, an all-original retro-game-inspired soundtrack await your ears as well! UFO Interactive Games would like to welcome you (back) into the wonderful world of Retro Pocket!



  • La-Mulana – 1000 points — LA-MULANA is the most complete “archaeology action and exploration” game ever created. Take control of Professor Lemeza and his whip to discover the mysteries of Humanity. 

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  • This is the last week for Pokedex 3D because Pokedex 3D Pro is coming out for B&W2, and apparently Nintendo doesn't like the idea of "lite" and "pro" apps coexisting, like they do on smartphones.

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