Qix is a Nintendo-published handheld version of Taito's weird arcade classic, which has players drawing rectangular lines to fill space while avoiding abstract enemies. And Jaleco's Fortified Zone is a top-down action game, sort of like the NES Metal Gears (without all the cowering).
WiiWare's single release is Just Jam, a game about making music by arranging samples with a simple-looking interface.
- Just Jam (Big John Games, 1 player, 800 Wii Points): Use the Wiimote to play music, with an entire virtual band.
- Fortified Zone (Game Boy) (Jaleco, 1 player, $3.99): Two anime kids invade a heavily guarded fortress in this top-down run & gun.
- Qix (Game Boy) (Nintendo, 1-2 players, $2.99): Draw a line to surround a rectangular area.
- Jewel Keepers: Easter Island (Nordcurrent, 1 player, $4.99/500 DSi Points): Tropical match-three puzzler.
- Make Up & Style (Cypronia, 1 player, $4.99/500 DSi Points): Apply e-makeup to a 3D face.
- Roller Angels (Agetec, 1 player, $4.99/500 DSi Points): A very cute side-scroller about skating through town and restoring color with spray paint.
- Farm Frenzy (Alawar Entertainment, 1 player, $4.99/500 DSi Points): Farm work as arcade minigames.