Nintendo Download UK Edition - 09.7.12 | Broken Joysticks

Jul
09

Nintendo Download UK Edition – 09.7.12

It’s Monday and that can only mean one thing for our friend across the Atlantic, time for new releases on the Nintendo E-Shop and 3DS shop. Headlining this week’s release are Sparkle Snapshots from Nintendo, a 3DS application that lets you customize your photos and share them wirelessly.  For 200 DSi points you could also snag “99Seconds” – an 8 bit game that involves the manipulation of time.

If you’re not looking for full games on the go why not snag the Hyper Arcade edition of Konai’s Frogger for Wii or the first downloadable songs for Square Enix’s  THEATRHYTHM.

Check out the full descriptions and price listings after the jump.

Sparkle Snapshots™ 3D (Nintendo) (4.50 Euros) – 3DS

Have fun taking and customising your own unique photos, and see where your imagination leads you! Get snap-happy with the cameras on your Nintendo 3DS system and share your creations with friends wirelessly. You can also connect to the Sparkle SnapShop to purchase new content which is sure to spark your imagination! Please note: photos taken with this software will not display in 3D

THEATRHYTHM™
FINAL FANTASY® (SQUARE ENIX) Add-ons (1 Euro Each)

The Archylte Steppe (FF13 – FMS)
Matoya’s Cave (FF01 – FMS)
Battle 1 (FF03 – BMS)
The Final Battle (FF05 – BMS)

99 Seconds (200 Nintendo Points / 2 Euros) – DSIWare
Control V-99 through the strange and foreboding Bit 8 zone. V-99 can now modify time, by slowing it down, stopping it and even going back in time. He’ll need all of these abilities in the battle against the destructive Black Vectors.
 
Frogger Hyper (1000 Nintendo Points) – Wii
 
Frogger’s coin-op thrills come with a whole range of customisation options, from the super-modern neon of hyper arcade, to the 8-bit sprites from Castlevania and even Contra. If you want to prove your dodging skills to your friends, find out who’s the top frog in matches with up to four players.

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