Also think outside the box when Aya and the Cubes of Light comes to WiiWare this week.
22nd August 2011: When the Destroyers, a large invading army, arrive from another dimension and completely overwhelm the creatures of the Ghoul Realm, it is up to you to rescue the kingdom from great peril in Gargoyle’s Quest™.
You play the character of Firebrand, a gargoyle warrior, and as the only fighter capable of standing up to this army, it’s up to you to rediscover the legendary magic fire that once wiped out the Destroyers and repel the invaders once and for all.
Check out the latest offerings below which are also available for download this week via Nintendo eShop, Nintendo DSi Shop and the Wii Shop Channel.
Gargoyle's Quest (Capcom)
Nintendo eShop (Virtual Console) - €4
Game Description: In Gargoyle’s Quest, you control Firebrand, a gargoyle who battles a mysterious army that has invaded the Ghoul Realm. Proceed through the adventure using Firebrand’s special powers, defeating enemies and gathering information in the realm’s towns.
Nintendo eShop (DSiWare) - €5
Nintendo DSi Shop (DSiWare) - 500 Points
Game Description: Bridge is the king of trick-taking card-games and is now on Nintendo DSiWare. Modify the rules of the game and set the AI opponents from beginner to pro difficulty level as well as challenging your friends in local multiplayer game mode. Celebrate your victories via the integrated speech and text chat functions. You can even use your own photo in the game for extra fun.
Aya and the Cubes of Light (Object Vision)
Wii Shop Channel (WiiWare) - 1000 Points
Game Description: You play Aya, the daughter of the Cube Corporation and you must restore energy to the Cubes, the power sources of the stars. Teleport onto the Cubes to collect the Energy Packs to get the Cube engines working again. But it's not that easy to find your way around; you'll have to think outside the box and mustn't get disorientated, even when you're upside down! Sometimes you must think carefully about what to do, while in other situations it's all down to good timing.