New Spore game coming to Wii

More DS and PC titles also on the way.

Electronic Arts has unveiled three new Spore titles currently in development.

First up is Spore Creature Keeper, a "standalone PC game" for younger players. You get to nurture, train and play with creatures you've created. There are toys, clothes and gizmos to pamper them with, and you can meet up with other players and their creatures online. A release date has yet to be announced.

The series is also set to make its Wii debut with Spore Hero. It's billed as "an all-new adventure game" which has been "built from the ground up" for Nintendo's console. Nothing else is being revealed at this stage, however.

Then there's working on Spore Hero Arena for DS. You'll get to create fully 3D Spore creatures and battle other weird looking things throughout the galaxy. Both Spore Hero and Spore Hero Arena are down for release this "fall".

And in case you'd forgotten, Spore Galactic Adventures, the PC expansion pack we already knew about is out this spring.

Check out the gamepage for our review of the PC game, if you need a reminder.

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