Circus acrobat Aero returns for seconds in the sequel to the original Aero the Acro-Bat on Virtual Console today. WiiWare's got an educational title for the kids and a game for throwing projectiles for the sake of sport while DSi owners can make their champion soccer team, get a stick-figure man to a goal in a short amounts of time, or keep their life in order with a calendar app.
Aero the Acro-Bat 2 (SNES) sees the return of stunt bat Aero to foil the plans of Edgar Ektor once again. As in the first game, Aero must perform stunts and defeat enemies in order to continue on while learning some new helpful moves along the way. Save the circus for 800 Wii Points.
Triple Throwing Sports offers three games of projectile throwing: javelin, hammer, and discus. Compensate for strength, aim, throwing angle, and release point to hit your target. Worth 500 Wii Points to download.
The Very Hungry Catepillar ABCs lets young kids play various activities based on the popular children's book (and probably hit all nearby adults with a rush of nostalgia). Flash cards and vocabulary quiz help with learning shapes, letters, and words while the hidden image finder and stamp maker let kids have fun after a good bout of learning. Help the young ones learn for 800 Wii Points.
Everyday Soccer lets you create your own soccer team by customizing the size, uniform, and individual traits of each player. Once you're set, take on the other teams and be a champ. Run your own teams for 500 DSi Points.
GO Series 10 Second Run tasks you with getting a stick man to a goal within 10 seconds. 50 stages across three modes will mix things up to make it harder on your guy to reach the end. This quick run is worth 200 DSi Points.
Nintendo Countdown Calendar lets you keep track of important dates: jot down the name of an event, how often it occurs, and you're all set. The app also suggests seasonal events you want to remember as well. Let your DSi help keep things in order for 200 DSi Points.