The first title to be released on WiiWare is Midnight Bowling, an 800 Wii Points game developed by Gameloft. It’s pretty obvious that this is a bowling game, one that comes with a four player online mode, a career for those who want to start low and a brand new physics engine that promises to be more like-like than ever.
If bowling is not your game, maybe a puzzle where you have to save the world is? MadStone, developed by Riverman Media and up for grabs for 800 Wii Points. The game challenges you with an interesting collapse gameplay where you have to create a free path for your elementals to save the world. Or something like that.
The Virtual Console brings us the Sega Genesis classic Shining Force II, a game which pits you against the Devil King itself in your quest to save your kingdom and restore peace to the world. Thieves, warriors and endless armies of enemies are waiting for your 800 Wii Points on the Virtual Console.
Lastly, everybody’s favorite short legged plumber, Mario, returns for a few golf games in Mario Golf. For 1000 Wii Points you’ll get access to ten different modes of play and six different golf courses to test your strengths on against friends in a Mario-themed universe. It’s all about the magic mushrooms, baby!