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What's downloadable this week, Nintendo? 7/19/2012

Look at that main image! Seriously, low quality is so in these days! Anyway, it's Thursday (at least here in California), which means Nintendo's released a bunch of digital content on its various download shops. Oddly enough, the Wii Virtual Console and WiiWare are nowhere to be seen, but there's plenty of downloadable stuff on tap for 3DS and DSi owners. Check it all out here.

On the 3DS eShop we see the return of Kid Icarus: Of Myths and Monsters, a Game Boy original, for $3.99. There's also a newer entry titled Masyu by Nikoli. The game, priced at $4.99, requires you to draw lines to solve puzzles ... and stuff. The Phantom Thief Stina and 30 Jewels is a horrible-looking game that allows you to unleash your inner kleptomaniac. Also making a return is the Game Boy title Tumble Pop for $2.99. The game requires you to vacuum up ghosts, all the while featuring a title that's really fun to say. Tumble Pop! If you're looking for discounts, Mario's Picross is priced at $2.99 as the Game of the Weekend.

On DSiWare we've got two different offerings. The first is Petit Computer. Priced at 800 DSi Points (or $7.99 for 3DS users), the game allows you to write BASIC code to create games and small programs. Seems kind of cool, actually, even though I don't get it. Last is Rabi Laby 2, a 2D puzzler available for 200 DSi Points ($1.99 for you eShop folks).

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