Available now as a DSiWare title for 200 points, or through the eShop on 3DS for $1.99.
This mousy maze game may not offer as much challenge as fans of the genre desire.
Mouse House is a simple game. In fact, Mouse House borrows the engine of a simple, yet difficult series known in North America as The Adventures of Lolo. The gameplay is puzzle-based, and involves picking up pieces of cheese in a labyrinth-style grid maze, while avoiding enemies and navigating a few basic obstacles, in order to reach the exit in once piece.
Sick of clocks and Sudoku? You might want to liven up your DSiWare collection with this shooter.
Thorium Wars is a futuristic shooter that reminds me of Star Fox if you took out the anthropomorphic animals and stuck it through the generic science-fiction machine. The story takes a backseat for the most part, but it's centered on a future where robots and humans are warring, hence the "Wars" in the title. The gameplay is fun as the controls work well and you have many vehicle types to choose from, and the best part of it all: this sucker is basically a retail DS game in DSiWare clothing.
We chatted with Thorium Wars-developers Big John Games about the joys of Nintendo's download services and their latest game.
Ken Patterson and Matt Heinzen of Minnesota-based developers Big John Games just put their most recent game, this week's DSiWare release Thorium Wars, to bed. We talked about their latest game and how it originated as a retail release.