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PostSubject: DSi shop DSiWare   Sat Nov 01, 2008 12:13 pm

Forthcoming DSiWare games to have been announced include new versions of Brain Age 1 and 2. In addition, six Art Style games will be released for the service, as well as compilations of select WarioWare minigames including Utsutsu! Made in Wario, which makes use of the DSi's camera, and Made in Ore, which allows players to make their own minigames and upload them to the Wii game Made in WarioWare.

Applications announced include Moving Notepad, which allows users to make hand drawn animations, an Opera-based web browser similar to the Nintendo DS Browser, and an electronic train route guide.

DSiWare pricing can be categorized into roughly 4 categories:

DSiWare: free of charge such as the already announced DSi Browser and Moving Notepad
DSiWare200: software that can be purchased for 200 Points which will be very compact utility types of applications and small games
DSiWare500: software that can be purchased for 500 Points which will be simple puzzle games and other, more sophisticated utility applications.
DSiWarePremium: software that costs 800 Points or more for the larger games and utility types.

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