NintendoWare Weekly: Ufouria, And Yet It Moves

As if summoned by our claim last week of the Virtual Console's death, Sunsoft swoops in with a really interesting Virtual Console game! Sunsoft (who also published the last one) might be the only company left releasing retro games on the Wii Shop.

WiiWare has a (single) interesting release as well: the physics-based puzzle platformer And Yet It Moves, which has moved from PC to WiiWare with new modes and some new levels.%Gallery-98837%

WiiWare
  • And Yet It Moves (Broken Rules, 1 player, 1,000 Wii Points): Use the Wii Remote to rotate the world in this stylish indie platformer.
Virtual Console
  • Ufouria: The Saga (NES, 1 player, 600 Wii Points): Bop Louie searches an unfamiliar land for his friends, who then help him on his mission to return home.
DSiWare
  • Rytmik (CINEMAX, 1 player, 800 DSi Points): Build music out of samples! "For the best musical experience, we recommend connecting headphones or a quality speaker system (not included)." Obviously!
  • G.G. Series Ninja Karakuri Den (Genterprise, 1 player, 200 DSi Points): Jump quickly from platform to platform as a ninja in a dangerous trap-filled house.
  • My Farm (BiP Media, 1-2 players, 200 DSi Points): Start with a hen, end up with a farm full of animals. Through selling eggs and other goods, that is, not through genetic manipulation of the hen.
  • Absolute Reversi (Tasuke, 1-2 players, 200 DSi Points): So much easier to understand than Relative Reversi.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.