Club Nintendo is back with another selection of digital offerings for you to peruse -- or, to give you a chance to collectively sigh, depending on how you look at it. This month, there's Urban Champion [3DS], PiCTOBiTS [3DS], Snowpack Park [WiiWare], and Eco Shooter: Plant 530 [WiiWare].
Personally, I can vouch for the quality of PiCTOBiTS (which any puzzle/Nintendo fan should pick up), but that's really about it. Snowpack Park has been described to me as a cross between Animal Crossing and Pikmin. Eco Shooter: Plant 530 is a game that initially charged you $10 to shoot cans with a Wiimote. If anyone else can speak to Snowpack or Eco Shooter's quality, speak now for forever hold your peace.
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