Nintendo downloadable games take a trip with BurgerTime World Tour, Maru’s Mission

BurgerTime World Tour

For this weekend, the Nintendo downloadable games roster comprises of BurgerTime World Tour, Maru’s Mission and 40-in-1 Explosive Megamix. In addition to these titles, 3DS owners can treat themselves to the Dinosaur Office: Romance video that will be available on February 14, 2012.

Up for grabs on WiiWare, the BurgerTime World Tour title puts players on a search to find burger heaven. By guiding the character, Peter Pepper, the main objective here is to pass through obstacles and prepare burgers by tossing angry vegetables onto various sandwich parts. This games flaunts 3D rotating cylindrical environments in 4 different worlds and over 20 levels that are said to be fun filled and challenging.

Dinosaur Office Romance

Bringing in classic-styled graphics, Maru’s Mission is an action-packed, side-scrolling title. Set on a journey across the world, gamers will have to face a number of mythological monsters, whilst on a quest to save Maru’s girlfriend, who was kidnapped by an evil samurai. To accomplish each goal, hints left behind by enemies should be of some help. This title comes with 6 different playable locations including the bug-infested forests of America and the deserts of Egypt.

Housing a blend of puzzle, action and shooting-styled titles, 40-in-1 Explosive Megamix is last to feature on this week’s Nintendo downloadable games collection. Just as the name suggests, this addition is bundled with various classics like Sudoku, Match-3 and many others. And besides providing hours of gameplay, it also features a high-score board and many unlockables.

40-in-1 Megamix

The Maru’s Mission price on the Nintendo eShop amounts to $2.99, whilst the 40-in-1 Explosive Megamix price stand at $7.99 for the 3DS and 800 Points for the DSi. The BurgerTime World Tour title can be downloaded for 1000 Points on WiiWare.

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