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On This Day in Nintendo History: Bird & Beans; Dr. Mario Express; Flipnote Studio; Paper Plane; WarioWare: Snapped! and more

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On this day (December 24) in Nintendo history…

  • Art Style: AQUITE (known as Art Style: AQUIA in North America) was released in 2008 for DSiWare in Japan. In this puzzle game, developed by Skip Ltd., feel the pressure in a race against time to clear panels from an undersea pipe – the more you clear, the deeper your diver goes. Fail to clear panels and the Pressure Line will descend, clouding your vision and increasing the difficulty tenfold! As well as the main Interval Dive mode, try Endless Dive to test your endurance, and even visit the Aquarium to meet the many creatures that share your ocean!

  • Art Style: CODE (known as Art Style: BASE 10 in North America) was released in 2008 for DSiWare in Japan. In this puzzle game, developed by Skip Ltd., line up the moving digits with the stylus so that they add up to 10 in a horizontal or vertical line to clear them from the screen. Three single-player modes are included: Target (clear a set number of digits), Puzzle (clear the screen in as few moves as possible) and Endless (keep clearing digits for a high score). You can also use DS Download Play to challenge a friend in VS Mode.

  • Bird & Beans (known as Pyoro in PAL territories) was released in 2008 for DSiWare in Japan. In this action game, developed by Nintendo, he’s a small bird with a very long tongue and an insatiable appetite for beans. Luckily for Pyoro, beans drop constantly from the sky. However, if Pyoro lets a bean fall, it breaks a hole in the ground that he can’t cross. This fast-paced action game requires skill and strategy to snatch all the beans you can, while dodging the ones you can’t and making sure you don't get trapped!

  • Brain Age Express: Arts & Letters (known as A Little Bit of… Dr. Kawashima's Brain Training: Arts Edition in PAL territories) was released in 2008 for DSiWare in Japan. In this puzzle game, developed by Nintendo System Development, various challenges based on words, pictures and music feature that you can use regularly to keep your brain sharp in just a few minutes a day. As well as training, you can also relax with a game of Germ Buster. Or try the new Themes Mode, where you can practise your acting and drawing skills using the Nintendo DSi Camera!

  • Brain Age Express: Math (known as A Little Bit of… Dr. Kawashima's Brain Training: Maths Edition in PAL territories) was released in 2007 for DSiWare in Japan. In this puzzle game, developed by Nintendo System Development, mathematical challenges and other fun exercises feature that you can use regularly to keep your brain sharp in just a few minutes a day. As well as training with maths-oriented exercises, you can also relax with a game of Germ Buster. Or try the new Themes Mode, where you can practise your acting and drawing skills using the Nintendo DSi Camera!

  • Chotto Asobi Taizen: Otegaru Trump was released in 2008 for DSiWare in Japan. This classic game, developed by Agenda, is a smaller version of the retail release Clubhouse Games. This version consists of Old Maid, Split, Sevens, Memory, and I Doubt It.

  • Dr. Mario Express (known as A Little Bit of… Dr. Mario in PAL territories) was released in 2008 for DSiWare in Japan. In this puzzle game, developed by Arika, coloured pills made up of two segments drop from the top of the jar. Line the segments up with the coloured viruses to match four in a row and clear them. Beware, as clearing a line may cause pills to drop down. You can either try to clear jars in Classic Mode, or race to clear your jar against the computer in VS. COM mode.

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  • Flipnote Studio was released in 2008 for DSiWare in Japan. In this memo/notepad/animation software, developed by Nintendo EAD Tokyo Group No. 2, jot down your thoughts for the day or let your imagination run riot with a free application that lets you get creative on the go. Acts both as an electronic notepad and a pocket-sized animation studio with which you can conjure your own animated "Flipnotes" before sharing them with your friends – or the rest of the world. If you simply want to write yourself a reminder note or record a vocal memo, the unique features of Nintendo DSi make it easy to do so via the Touch Screen and system microphone.

  • Master of Illusion Express: Deep Psyche (known as A Little Bit of… Magic Made Fun: Deep Psyche in PAL territories) was released in 2008 for DSiWare in Japan. In this non-game, developed by Tenyo with 8ing, the titular illusion deals with a series of pointed questions revealing the startling truth. All questions have answers involving numbers which are added up and will magically result in a big number. It also includes "Today's Special" which deals with showing the date set on the DSi system clock, hence this DSiWare asks if the system clock is correct when you use it for the first time.

  • Master of Illusion Express: Funny Face (known as A Little Bit of… Magic Made Fun: Funny Face in PAL territories) was released in 2008 for DSiWare in Japan. In this non-game, developed by Tenyo with 8ing, your Nintendo DSi "guesses" which card you pulled out "by drawing a Smiley face", and also includes a bonus magic trick called "Vanishing Card" that which consists of you to choose five random cards and picture one of them in your mind, while your DSi figures it out and makes it vanish.

  • Master of Illusion Express: Shuffle Games (known as A Little Bit of… Magic Made Fun: Shuffle Games in PAL territories) was released in 2008 for DSiWare in Japan. In this non-game, developed by Tenyo with 8ing, the host tries to figure out what the audience member is thinking.

  • Paper Plane (known as Paper Airplane Chase in North America) was released in 2008 for DSiWare in Japan. In this action game, developed by Nintendo, spread your wings with this irresistibly simple action game for one or two players. Simply manoeuvre the paper plane through a winding course – and don't collide with the obstacles. But that's easier said than done! In Endless Mode, the longer you survive through the randomly generated course, the higher your score. Or try Time Attack Mode to complete special courses as quickly as possible.

  • WarioWare: Snapped! was released in 2008 for DSiWare in Japan. In this action/rhythm game, developed by Intelligent Systems with Nintendo SPD, put yourself in the frame for some motion-controlled fun! Created especially for Nintendo DSiWare, the latest game in the WarioWare series uses the Nintendo DSi's inner camera to make you the star of the show as you play wacky mini-games that are guaranteed to get you moving. To get started, you'll line yourself up for a photo – positioning your head and hands as instructed so that your body can become your means to control the madness.

What are you favourite memories of these games? How do you think they hold up today? Hash it out in the comments.

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