Nintendo Download list: August 9th (Europe)

Nintendo of Europe have announced the latest content to be made available through the Wii Shop Channel, Nintendo DSi Shop and Nintendo eShop.

The full list of content is as follows:

WiiWare
* Successfully Learning English Year 3, Tivola – 800 Wii Points
Pupils will solve exciting exercises to learn English in a playful way. The little vampire Freddy motivates the children and helps with tips.

Virtual Console (Nintendo 3DS)
* The Sword of Hope II, KEMCO – £2.70/€3.00
When the ancient demon Zakdos was finally sealed away, it ended the war against evil. But now Zakdos is free again, and to make matters worse, the Sword of Hope has been stolen! In this classic adventure game, take on the role of young Prince Theo and embark on a journey to retrieve the Sword of Hope. Explore the land and recruit allies to join your band of warriors and magicians, and take control of three different characters. The fate of the kingdom is in your hands.

3DS Download Software
* SpeedX 3D, Gamelion Studios – £2.70/€3.00
SpeedX 3D for Nintendo 3DS is an exhilarating tunnel racer that tests a player’s skill and transports him or her into a trance filled with great electronic music and hypnotic graphics. SpeedX 3D offers four game modes introducing the player to more and more challenging places at a speed that increases with every second. The question is: how far can the player go without losing concentration?

3DS Download Video
* The Incredible Barbazan: Raging Bull, Living Colour Entertainment – £1.40
See the worst magician ever performing tricks and stunts that always fail! This time: Raging Bull.

Nintendo DSiWare
* 90’s Pool, Cinemax – £4.50/€5.00 (Nintendo 3DS) 500 Nintendo DSi Points (Nintendo DSi)
Chalk up a victory with classic 90’s Pool, An expansive and realistic pool simulator which will keep you playing for hours! Compete against a human opponent or the computer, or play on your own in a campaign containing 20 different trick shot missions. The simple user interface lets you easily but accurately control the angle, speed and spin of the shot with your stylus. 3 different skill levels for the computer AI are available for advanced players as well as a realistic physics engine for a stunningly realistic simulation. Set up your shot, crack the cue ball into the pack and enjoy the entertaining gameplay!

* 101 Pinball World, Selectsoft – £4.50/€5.00 (Nintendo 3DS) 500 Nintendo DSi Points (Nintendo DSi)
Get ready for fast-paced pinball action with a twist! Complete special objectives to earn fun bonuses as you shoot your ball through pipes, up ramps and around mind-blowing obstacles. Choose from 2 game modes: Quick Play and Random and blast through over 100 fun tables in 4 exciting worlds filled with eye-popping details. Be a pinball wiz in “Wizard World”, go on a galactic adventure in “Alien Spaceship”, enjoy a spooky trip through “Halloween” and become a buccaneer in “Pirate’s Bay”. Rack up enough points to top the High Scores and you’ll be the pinball champ!

Nintendo Video
* Nintendo 3DS 3D Photo Contest – Free
Available again this week via Nintendo Video is a compilation displaying some of the best winning photos from the Nintendo 3DS 3D Photo Contest which took place across Europe from April to June 2012. We received 138,069 photos from 22,423 registered users across 6 different categories and we wanted to showcase the very best of the best from the 19 participating European countries.

* Nintendo Video Sports Highlights – Free
With the greatest sporting show on earth well and truly under way, this week we bring you the first in a series of entertaining clips to get you in the sporting mood. This series of clips, titled Nintendo Video Sports Highlights will be available to watch via Nintendo Video on your Nintendo 3DS, and with one clip becoming available per week for the next seven weeks, there is plenty to look forward to. Make sure to keep an eye out for an exciting surprise when the first clip becomes available this week!

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After starting out with a Yellow Game Boy and a copy of Donkey Kong Land, Alex once hid in his room to play The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time one Christmas. Now he shares his thoughts on Nintendo Insider, keeping track of everything to do with Nintendo.

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