Tag Archives: SimEarth: The Living Planet
Tue, Jun 23, 2009 | 16:06 BST
Nintendo has sent over its list of downloads for the week, and it includes a Golf, cutting paper, experiments, and mind games.
Sounds like a normal Saturday night down at the local doesn’t it?
WiiWare gets three games this week and Virtual Console gets SimEarth: The Living Planet. DSiWare gets BoxLife.
Here’s the list:
- Drill Sergeant Mindstrong – WiiWare (800 Points)
- Neves Plus – WiiWare (600 Points)
- Family Mini Golf – WiiWare (500 Points)
- BoxLife – DSiWare (500 Points)
- SimEarth: The Living Planet – Virtual Console (500 Points)
Descriptions for each are posted after the break.
Mon, Jun 22, 2009 | 15:16 BST
Nintendo’s just announced that Hudson Entertainment’s SimEarth: The Living Planet will be available from its European Wii Virtual Console service this week.
SimEarth will set you back 800 Wii Points (approx. €8) and was originally released on PC Engine (TurboGrafx16) back in 1990.
The basic challenge of the game is to maintain a comfortable environment for the life forms by adjusting atmospheric and geological parameters. Small organisms called Prokaryote and Trichordate will grow and evolve into a multitude of life forms. Making a drastic change is a recipe for disaster. The key to success is making small adjustments and watching how the life forms react.
WiiWare will get Family Mini Golf amongst others (listed below) and DSi owners can download Art Style Boxlife.
Full run-down after the break.