Indie platformer VVVVVV makes the jump from PC to the 3DS eShop along with Bionic Commando making its debut on Game Boy Virtual Console. DSi owners can put their stylus to good use with Cake Ninja or try their luck with Slingo Supreme. For kids out there, the second episode of Carmen Sandiego Adventures in Math arrives on WiiWare today.
VVVVVV stars Captain Viridian, who is marooned in an unusual dimension and must rescue his lost starship crew. To overcome hazards and gimmicks, players must make use of Viridian's ability to reverse his personal gravity. This version of VVVVVV features new user-made levels and will have content updates in the future. Try out this difficult platformer for $7.99.
Rad Spencer returns in the Game Boy version of Bionic Commando to rescue ally Super Joe from the Doraize Army. With the help of his trusty bionic arm, Rad can swing to other platforms and grab enemies or items. The bionic arm can also be used to deflect certain bullets in a pinch. Add Bionic Commando to your Virtual Console library for $3.99.
In Cake Ninja, you are tasked with slicing up all sorts of cakes with the stylus. Shurikens and arrows can be used to slice through the tasty deserts much quicker. Worth $4.99 / 500 DSi Points to puchase.
Slingo Supreme is the follow-up to Slingo Quest, featuring new power-ups and daily challenges. The Devil can be challenged in Devil Mini Games where you can reap big rewards or end up having some of your points taken away. Worth $7.99 / 800 DSi Points to download.
Carmen Sandiego Adventures in Math: The Big Ben Burglary sees the titular thief steal London's prized monument. Children in fourth and fifth grade must solve math puzzles covering a variety of subjects such as geometry and fractions to complete the game. 600 Wii Points lets you try to track down Carmen once more.