Best of ND 2014! Top Ten: Nintendo WFC Games

From brawling to puzzle solving, we look at the games that made the most of Nintendo WFC.

By Jon Stevens. Posted 12/30/2014 09:00 Comment on this     ShareThis

8) WarioWare D.I.Y.

Continuing the trend of downloadable content is WarioWare D.I.Y. WarioWare: Touched! was one of my favourite DS launch games, but D.I.Y. took the whole concept one step further by letting you create your own minigames and send them to others. You could even collaborate with friends on creations, too if, like me, you lack any kind of artistic skills. Through the WarioWare D.I.Y. Showcase on the Wii Shop Channel, it was also possible to send games to Wii and play them with the Wii Remote.

The pre-made minigames may not have been as good as WarioWare: Touched!, but they weren’t the main attraction this time. This is a feature I’d love to see Nintendo revisit again with the series.

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