It's a big week in the 3DS eShop as Professor Layton And The Miracle Mask joins Heavy Fire: Special Operations 3D and Mighty Bomb Jack. You can also get some New Art Academy DLC and a selection of films from Breakthru Films while Let's Golf 3D has been reduced.
Heavy Fire: Special Operations 3D (3DS: Teyon, £4.49) is an arcade-style rail shooter that sees you travelling to the volatile Middle East to join an elite Special Forces unit. The 3D version of 2011 WiiWare game Heavy Fire enables you to choose from three characters, each with unique attributes, before blasting your way through a variety of dangerous ground, vehicle and air-based stages. As you win your military rank will rise and you'll be able to earn you increasingly powerful and upgradeable weapons.
Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask (3DS: Nintendo, £39.99) is also available in the shops but you can download the fifth game in the adventuring archaeologist's puzzle series from the eShop for £39.99.
Mighty Bomb Jack (3DS: Tecmo Koei, £4.49) is an old NES game that's already available through the Wii's Virtual Console and is now being released on 3DS eShop. In this platformer, you play as Jack who has to rescue the royal family who have been imprisoned inside the Great Pyramid of Evil by the demon Belzebut. So Jack jumps and glides through the enemy-infested levels, collecting bombs, treasure and increasing his abilities by collecting Mighty Coins.
The New Art Academy DLC (3DS: Nintendo £1.79 for each pack) includes two new add-ons, giving you new ways to create art. They are Pointilism & Textures and Mixing Paints.
Let's Golf 3D (3DS: Gameloft, £1.79) has been reduced from £5.40. This 3D golf game enables you to customise your character as you unlock new powers when you gain experience. As we said in our Let's Golf 3D review, you'll get your money's worth out of the lengthy career mode but the putting is a bit iffy.
Finally, you've got the selection of Breakthru Films which can be downloaded for 89p each. Here's the selection of films available:
Spirits of the Piano
Are you going to download anything from the eShop this week?