It's a mix of old and new this week as Splash Or Clash joins Pac-Man and Retro City Rampage in Nintendo's line up for downloadable games.
We also have a game called Easter Eggztravaganza which surely should have been released at Easter and Reel Fishing: Ocean Challenge.
Splash or Crash (3DS: Nintendo, £2.69) (known as Kersploosh in the US) is reminiscent of Speedthru: Potzol's Puzzle. Here, you're controlling a stone, an iron ball, a jewel and many more objects as they shoot down a well. Each item has different speed and durability and you have to avoid obstacles and stay in one piece until you reach the water at the bottom. As you progress, you'll unlock more items and new, tougher wells. You can also swap high scores with other players via StreetPass.
Pac-Man (3DS: Namco Bandai, £4.49) shouldn't need any explanation. It's the original NES version of the game which means you have to move Pac-Man through mazes, eat pellets and avoid the ghosts.
Easter Eggztravaganza (3DS or DSi: Microvalue, £4.49 or 500 Points) sounds suspiciously like a hidden object game with a few mini-games thrown in. The Easter Wonderland in this game is packed with Easter Eggs, bunnies, sweets and toys.
We're told that Mum takes Mike and Sally to get fresh laid eggs from the farm, then they come home to paint them. That's a painting mini-game, then.
Meanwhile, the Easter Bunny runs past and leaves eggs all over the backyard for them to find. That'll be the hidden object bit.
The family also go downtown to the shopping centre and visit Auntie Janet's house, before going to the nearby church for the ultimate Mega Easter Egg Hunt. Apparently it also features jigsaw puzzles.
Retro City Rampage (Wii: VBlank Entertainment, 1000 Wii Points) brings carjacking into the 8-Bit era. There are over 60 story missions and over 40 arcade challenges, in which you'll be "borrowing" vehicles and outrunning the law while mowing down your fellow citizens. You can jump on pedestrians for coins, or shoot them down with over 25 weapons and power-ups.
Finally, we have Reel Fishing Ocean Challenge Wii: Natsume, 500 Points), a fishing game with over 40 missions and 20 kinds of fish to catch.
Are you going to download any of these games?