There is no doubt what the highlight of the 3DS eShop this week. Fallblox, the sequel to Pullblox, the best 3DS eShop game ever, will be available to download on Thursday. It will be joined in the eShop by Johnny Hotshot, Ninja Gaiden and DSiWare game Magical Whip. You can also download a Virtue's Last Reward demo. New Style Boutique will also be available to download from Friday 16 November.
Fallblox (3DS: Nintendo, £7.19 sees our Mallo attempting to save birds from new puzzle blocks called Fallblox. He can push and pull the blocks as usual to create a path top the top of the puzzle but this time the blocks can fall. if there's nothing to support them. With over 140 new challenges as well as 90 training stages, this should keep you busy until Wii U is launched.
Johnny Hotshot (3DS: UFO Interactive, £5.39) is an arcade action game in which you play as sheriff Johnny and take down bandits led by Mr Wang. You test your skills in the Shooting Gallery, unleash justice upon bandits in the Saloon Shootout, and master the art of Lassoing bandits in Catch 'Em All.
New Style Boutique (3DS: Nintendo, £39.99) is the follow up to DS hit Style Boutique. In this fashion sim, you take on the role of a shop assistant who must work their way up the fashion world to own their own boutique, giving customers advice and putting a look together for them. There are thousands of items and accessories to choose from, and players are also judged on the looks they put together.
NES side-scrolling platformer Ninja Gaiden (3DS: Tecmo, £4.49) returns to the 3DS Virtual Console this week. It follows ninja Ryu as he travels to America to seek vengeance for his father's murder, and uncover a plot that threatens the world. Once there, you battle through 20 challenging side-scrolling areas in six acts while defeating gangs of thugs, evil ninjas and barbarian bosses with your deadly Dragon Sword and Ninpo.
Virtue's Last Reward (3DS demo: Rising Star, free) is a demo version of the forthcoming 3DS text adventure which begins in a mysterious facility where you wake up with a group of strangers and are forced to play a deadly game of trust and betrayal.
Finally, we have Magical Whip (3DS or DSi: Agetec, £1.79 or 200 Points) is an action game set in the Phantasmal Forest, a dark and dangerous place ruled by monsters. Playing as an apprentice wizard armed with a wand that can turn into a whip, you have to defeat enemies and collect valuable items as you battle through haunting stages.
That's all for this week. Are you going to download any of these games?