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Frogger Returns on WiiWare today

Plus: Mechs! Golf! Sonic & Knuckles.

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The eternal Frogger returns on WiiWare today, quite literally, as Frogger Returns.

This version costs 500 Wii Points (£3.50/€5) and translates old the road-crossing game into 3D. There are new levels, enemies (motorbikes?) and power-ups, plus local multiplayer for two. Snatch a look at Frogger Returns on the Nintendo website.

For 800 Wii Points (£5.60/€8)you could buy Overturn Mecha Wars, a tournament-based fighting game with big gun-wielding robots in. There's online and split-screen multiplayer for up to four and balance board support.

Or you could splash out on more content for My Zoo for 100 Wii Points (£0.70/€0.90). I say "my zoo" but it's not really my zoo; my zoo would have talking tigers as guides.

On Virtual Console today, ripped from the days of Mega Drive, is SEGA's Sonic & Knuckles. 800 Wii Points (£5.60/€8).

Over on DSiWare there is Let's Golf, a neat and tidy golf game with four customisable characters, pretty vistas and hot seat multiplayer. And you can blow on balls to add spin. Not my words. 800 DSi Points (£7.20/€8).

Snappily named Sudoku 4Pockets 3600 Puzzles does exactly what it says on the tin for 500 DSi Points (£4.50/€5), and there are two more Electroplankton creatures to play music on: Rec-Rec and Lumiloop. They're 200 DSi Points (£1.80/€2) each, remember.

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