New Nintendo downloads revealed

Elastic Boy, Where's Wally? etc. 

Nintendo has unveiled the new additions popping up in the WiiWare and DSiWare stores this week.

First up is the Wii version of artsy platformer And Yet It Moves. Run and jump your way through a world made of paper, solving puzzles and defying gravity as you go. Have a look at the trailer to get an idea of what it's all about. The game costs 1000 Wii Points, or £7 in the old money.

Also coming to WiiWare is Tales of Elastic Boy Mission 1. It's another platformer, but this one's only 600 Wii Points / £4.20. Your character has stretchy arms to punch enemies with and swing around levels. Along with the single-player game there are five multiplayer modes.

New to the DSiWare store is Where's Wally? Travel Pack 1. Based on the best-selling books, it sees you searching for hidden items and that. The game costs 500 DSi Points / £4.50.

And finally, there's myNotebook: Carbon and myNotebook: Pearl. These are not so much games as applications which allow you to jot down notes, draw doodles and make lists.

"Or even play your favourite pen and paper games," says the press release, "(games not included)." Choose from five ink colours, write on 128 pages and export them to your DSi Photo Album. myNotebook costs 500 Wii Points / £3.50.

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