Are you a Club Nintendo (https://club NULL.nintendo NULL.com/home NULL.do) member? You should be! For those of us who are, the games available this month are Kid Icarus of Myths and Monsters, Number Battle, Yoshi and Bonsai Barber. The games are available from now until April 6, 2014.
Kid Icarus of Myths and Monsters (3DS)
Mythical monsters materialize to make mayhem for Pit!
Angel Land runneth over with horrible monsters. Only Pit, the original Kid Icarus, can save the realm with his trusty bow.
- Zap monsters and recover the Three Sacred Treasures
- Journey from the underworld all the way to the top of the sky palace
Number Battle (3DS)
Dabble in the ancient art of feng shui in this strategic puzzler
Take turns against a human or computer opponent as you try to reach as target score by placing and linking numbered tiles on a board.
- Invest points strategically to use items that can potentially earn even more points
- The Winds of Change can blow over the board during a battle, resulting in special squares that affect game play in new ways
Number Battle can be downloaded* from the Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS systems for $4.99 or from the Nintendo DSi Shop on Nintendo DSi systems for 500 points. For a limited time only (until April 6, 2014) Club Nintendo members can get the download code for just 200 Coins.
Yoshi (Wii U)
Help Yoshi break out of his shell in this falling puzzle gem.
Help Mario™ and Luigi™ catch the dropping Goombas, Bloopers, and Boo Buddies on trays!
- Stack two of the same critters to make them disappear or trap them between eggshells
- Free Yoshi to earn a dinosaur-sized score
Yoshi can be downloaded from Nintendo eShop on the Wii U™ console for $4.99. For a limited time (until April 6, 2014) Club Nintendo members can get a download code for just 200 Coins.
Bonsai Barber (Wii)
Become the best barber in the vegetable patch!
- Satisfy your customers’ demands as you cut, style, and color their crazy “hairdos”
- Gain medals and rewards when you perform well, and unlock new hairdos as you play
- Wacky characters and intuitive gameplay, great for all ages
All descriptions for the games are taken from Club Nintendo.