Nintendo Download list: July 12th (Europe)

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

The full list of content is as follows:

WiiWare
* Frogger: Hyper Arcade Edition, Konami – 1000 Wii Points
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.

3DS Download Software
* Sparkle Snapshots 3D, Nintendo – £4.50/€5
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

3DS Add-On Content
* Sparkle Snapshots 3D, Nintendo – £0.90/€1 each
Mario Core Set
Mario Kart 7 Set
* Theatrhythm Final Fantasy, Square Enix – £0.90/€1 each
Final Fantasy I – Matoya’s Cave (FMS)
Final Fantasy III – Battle 1 (BMS)
Final Fantasy V – The Final Battle (BMS)
Final Fantasy XIII – The Archylte Steppe (FMS)

Nintendo DSiWare
* 99Seconds, EnjoyUp Games – £1.80/€2 (Nintendo 3DS) 200 Nintendo DSi Points (Nintendo DSi)
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.

* Topoloco – crazy about topography, Abstraction Games – £4.50/€5 (Nintendo 3DS) 500 Nintendo DSi Points (Nintendo DSi)
For all of the five continents Professor Topoloco covers, there are mini-games to help you do everything from locating cities to dragging flags. The great news is you practice as much as you want to before that crucial final exam.

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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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