Japan gets more DSiWare goodness while we wait

I know I keep complaining, but its my thing. Ask anyone I work with! I want the DSi — I don’t know why, but I do. I think I’m drawn to the slightly bigger screens. But having some of these new DSiWare titles on it wouldn’t hurt either.

Okay, so I don’t really need some of these. No one does, actually. Solitaire DSi? Really? Thre are even more card games in Chotto Asobi Taizen Jikkuri Trump (500 DSiWare Points). And get ready for the amazing Nintendo DSi Clock, for only 200 Points. Guess what it does: it tells time. Just like your watch, or your phone… or your DSi.

Some of this does look pretty cool, though. All the following are 500 points. Art Style Series: Somnium is a brain teaser game, and Art Style Series: PicoPict is like Tetris and Picross mixed together. In the latter, you actually make little 8-bit art pieces by finishing the puzzles. Finally, Chotto Panel De Pon means Little Panel De Pon; this version lacks online play.

The most interesting to me is Hobonichi Rosenzu, a subway map software that even lets you take notes and append photos as reminders. Of course, this would be worthless in America.

[Via Siliconera]

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