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DSi Ware is fast becoming a melting pot of excellent and varied games on the Nintendo DS.

Buy with Nintendo points and download straight to your DSi, it's a great way to play.

Commander on Trial: On trial for competency, a space fleet commander must justify his actions and approach to a controversial fleet battle... listen now

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Advanced Circuits DSi-Ware is "The best thing since sliced bread.".. read now

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Alt-Play demonstrates just how powerful simple gameplay can be. As emotionally charged as they are unusual, this collection of three DSi-ware games are a genuine grownup experience... read now

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Shantae Risky Revenge DSi-Ware proves how little has changed in 10 years of gaming. Its classic platforming gameplay, exquisite execution and sense of style impress as much today as they did back on the Gameboy in 2002... read now

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Starship Patrol transcends its low-fi appearance and genre stable-mates to provide an educational strategy experience which is deep and challenging, while at the same time quick-paced and entertaining... read now

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Starship Patrol could be more surprising. A simple looking DS-ware game that punches well above its weight in delivering a finely balanced, exquisitely present strategy space combat game... read now

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Glory Days Tactical Defense takes miniature 3D strategy games to the masses with its very reasonably priced experience... read now

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Digital pinball always feels slightly inadequate compared to the tactile nature of a physical machine. But DSi-Ware's Pinball Pulse: The Ancients Beckon manages to hold its own. I was continually tempted to indulge in just one more game, to try and beat my high score. The realistic physics and Greek mythology-themed quests help to keep things interesting... read now

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Dark Void Zero recreates history in tangible playable beauty. Amongst the clamour for new, more and better it's refreshing to revisit the past with such dignity. Great to see the children's mind boggle as they comprehend a long gone era of gaming as well... read now

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Flipnote Studio is a free DSi-Ware app where you can create animations. A simple flip book interface and intuitive copy, paste and share tools enables players of any ages to animate... read now

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Dodogo DSi-ware creates a dialled down platform game. While level design and aesthetic will initially attract, it was the character-full eggs themselves that kept us playing... read now

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Globulos Party brings its spherical creature based minigames from the browser to DSi-Ware. Personality and simplicity delight younger players while the multiplayer modes court interest from the rest of the family... read now

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Game and Watch Judge is video game snap. This is risk-reward rhythm action perfection - do you play cautiously, or go for the big points by getting your hit in early. For those that remember the original 80s hardawre this is not only great fun, but a nostalgic encounter... read now

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Game and Watch Chef is like trying to juggle with three random objects. You have to wrestle to keep each in the air as they fly at different speeds and trajectories... read now

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Game and Watch Cement Factory takes you back to a better time. Hand crafted crystal proceeds pixels and creates a game that is as addictive as it is simple. A lot of fun as it stands, for those that remember though, this is a trip down memory lane... read now

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Starship Patrol is football management for the masses. The DSi-ware game's stripped down visuals and clockwork strategy scratch the same itch as many a soccer sim. As I later discovered these games to be called, tower defence doesn't get much better than this... read now

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