Nintendo Download list: August 4th (Europe)

Nintendo of Europe have detailed the latest additions to their WiiWare, Nintendo DSiWare and Nintendo eShop services, bringing a wealth of new titles available to download. The latest content is as follows:

* Monochrome Racing, Nordcurrent – 500 Wii Points
Experience the sound of screeching tyres, the smell of burned rubber, the rush of adrenaline and enemies that are left in your dust – these are the emotions that drive real racers. However there is much more than this in the world of Monochrome Racing – there is the passion for colour!

Virtual Console (Nintendo eShop)
* PAC-MAN, Namco Bandai – €4
All the classic PAC-MAN action has been captured to give you an authentic PAC-MAN experience on your Nintendo 3DS.

Nintendo DSiWare
* Go! Go! Kokopolo, Room 4 Games – €8 (Nintendo eShop) 800 Nintendo DSi Points (Nintendo DSi)
Take control of Kokopolo, the hyperactive wildcat, in a crazy, fast and frantic, action-packed game set across 80 stages of arcade mayhem. Hunt down those responsible for disturbing your afternoon slumber, with a quick slash from your sharp claws, and lure them into an epic chase, through mind-twisting mazes, and across hazard filled highways.

* The Lost Town.The Dust, CIRCLE Ent. – €5 (Nintendo eShop) 500 Nintendo DSi Points (Nintendo DSi)
In 2037, a remote little town in the South American Andes suffers a massive explosion at nearby military bio-chemical facility. Chilia, an expert weapons master, is set the task of having to defend the town and the innocent people who live there from the fallout from the explosion.

* My Australian Farm, BiP media – €2 (Nintendo eShop) 200 Nintendo DSi Points (Nintendo DSi)
My Australian Farm is a breeding simulation game for all ages. At the beginning, all you own is an empty field, a little money and a single emu. You need to feed the emu and take care of it as you begin to grow your farm to unlock new features and bonuses.

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