With this wand in hand, a simple flick of the wrist will sprout a flower from a character's head. If you keep on flicking, the flower grows larger. The bigger the flower, the more nutrients it craves, dealing more and more damage to the host. Shake it off by running around real fast!
With a wave of this wand, make a flower bloom on your opponent's head. A lovely big flower. One that gets bigger the more times you hit them. It must be absorbing nutrients from its host, since your rival's damage will slowly go up and up while it's there. If this ever happens to you, try to shake it off by running around!
The wireless weapon from the SNES era can be used kind of like a bazooka in battle. Press the attack button rapidly to spray shots, or hold it down to charge up a powerful blast. The weapon's ammo won't last forever, however, so try not to get caught without juice left in your batteries.
This wireless peripheral for the SNES can be used as a kind of bazooka in this game. And it comes with two different firing modes! Press the attack button repeatedly or hold it down to try them out! However, depending on how you use it, the batteries might run out pretty quick. And if they do, the fun's over. That's it!
This weapon is modeled after the ND-03 Blue Shark, a balanced submarine that appears in Steel Diver. It fires small, torpedo-shaped projectiles that pick up speed as they travel horizontally. Don't dismiss them based on their size—these tiny shots pack a punch!
A weapon modelled after the submarine ND-03 BlueShark from the game Steel Diver. It fires torpedo-like projectiles that start off slow, but pick up speed as they go. Those shots may be tiny, but don't underestimate them - when they finally explode, they really pack a punch!
What a cute little creature! You just want to... Oh, wait—those spikes aren't just for show! Once thrown or attacked, its spikes extend out and hurt anyone but the character who threw it. Attacking it again can make the spikes retract, so you could even throw it back at the original owner.
This blue ball's looks can be deceiving! When you throw or attack it, sharp spikes burst out and turn it into a real prickly nuisance! If you're the one who triggered it, though, don't worry - you're safe. With that in mind, stick it to a wall or ceiling in a narrow spot to really do some damage!
A boss enemy from Galaga. When thrown, it will spiral skyward and hang out for a time and then descend and pull in fighters with a tractor beam. If you get caught, try to escape by wiggling around as best you can. Unfortunately, there is no bonus fighter for defeating this enemy...
A boss enemy from Galaga. When thrown, it spirals into the air and drifts for a while before descending on a fighter and using a tractor beam to pull them up. If the beam touches you, you'll be captured and carried off, so all you can do is wiggle around and try to escape! Defeating the Boss Galaga won't net you another fighter. Sorry!
This item is basically two jet engines with a belt connecting them. If you pick it up, you'll be able to soar through the air. It has a limited amount of fuel, but it can recharge when you're on the ground. It's especially helpful for returning to the stage when you've been launched.
An item made up of two jet engines fitted to a belt. Equip it, then press the jump button or hold Up while in mid-air to fly. The jets don't last forever, so you have to touch down after a bit, but you can charge them up on the ground and blast right off again! Very manoeuvrable and great for making tactical recoveries.
This item appeared as a hidden object in the 1983 arcade game Xevious. Picking one up would give you an extra life. In Smash Bros., it shows up for you to grab during battles. It may seem like nothing is happening, but holding it high will earn you an extra stock in a stock battle or a KO in a timed battle.
The Special Flag achieved fame as a hidden item that gave you an extra life in Xevious, which came to Europe in 1989. In this game, you'll earn +1 KO if you use it in a timed battle, and an extra stock in a stock battle. But there's a catch: when you use it, you'll be stuck holding it above your head for a while, leaving you totally open to attacks!
Nintendo released this video-game console way back in 1977. You could play 15 different games, inspired by sports like tennis and hockey. In Smash Bros., paddles will appear on the left and right sides of the stage. You can hit the ball, but avoid touching the paddles at all cost!
In 1977, Nintendo released this home video game system in Japan with 15 variants of games like tennis and air hockey. In this game, the paddles appear at the sides of the stage, and a game of Tennis B starts. The ball can launch fighters on its own, but don't touch the paddles either!
This arcade game was released in 1979 in Japan. The game used an eight-direction joystick and a switch to control the title character. In Smash Bros., the sheriff will appear in his original glory and fire in eight directions. The bullets are tough to dodge, and they pack a serious punch.
This arcade game was released in Europe in 1980. The game used an eight-direction joystick, and a switch to control the title character. In this game, the sheriff will appear in his original glory and fire in eight directions. The bullets are tough to dodge and will really knock your socks off.
A devil who holds absolute authority in Devil World. When he appears, he'll fly into the sky as a bat and then transform into his devil form. He'll then begin to point frantically in different directions, scrolling the stage where he points. You're...not really helping things, buddy.
A devil who appears to hold absolute power in Devil World. In bat form, it flies to its perch, then turns back into a devil and begins waving frantic orders to make the screen scroll all different ways. Considering that it's an assist trophy, it's not doing much in the way of assisting.
The main character of The Mysterious Murasame Castle. In this game, he dashes and jumps straight to the nearest opponent and shows off his swift sword skills. If he's got a bit of distance, he uses his special ninja techniques, based on the rook and the bishop in Japanese chess, to send projectiles spinning through the air.
The main character of The Mysterious Murasame Castle. In this game, he dashes and jumps straight to the nearest opponent and shows off his swift sword skills. Once he's got a bit of distance, he uses his special ninja techniques, based on the rook and bishop in Japanese chess, to send projectiles spinning through the air.
Two units from the Advance Wars series, infantry are best for capturing bases and tanks for fighting the enemy. If summoned, these two form up on the player who activated them. Don't underestimate them just 'cause they're pixels—the infantry's gun and tank's cannon are formidable.
Two units from Famicom wars. In this game, they'll appear in pixel form on both sides of the character that called them up. The infantry then fire their guns while the tanks use cannon fire and drive into people. Cute as they are, don't underestimate them or you'll find yourself in a world of hurt!
This hardworking assistant is the most trustworthy partner a mayor could ask for. If trouble strikes your city, he'll be right there to offer advice. In Smash Bros., he'll attack by constructing a building in the middle of the battlefield. It's tough to aim but can launch your foes.
As the mayor's hardworking assistant, Dr. Wright will sometimes bring ideas to the table when it comes to the delicate art of city-building. Other times, he'll bring gifts! His gift to you in this game is an attack that makes a new building shoot up in the blink of a eye. Use it to become the architect of your enemy's destruction!
A naive but kind prince in the Game Boy title Kaeru no Tame ni Kane wa Naru. He sets off on a journey to the Mille-Feuille Kingdom to rescue the kidnapped Princess Tiramisu. If you summon him in this game, he'll turn into either a frog or a snake. When a foe gets close, he'll kick up a cloud of white smoke and go on the offensive.
A naïve but kind prince in the Game Boy title Kaeru no Tame ni Kane wa Naru. He sets off on a journey to the Mille-Feuille Kingdom to rescue the kidnapped Princess Tiramisu. Summon him in this game and he'll either turn into a frog or a snake. When a foe gets close, he'll kick up a cloud of white smoke and go on the offensive.
The main character of Sin and Punishment, he is often mistaken for a girl because of his...interesting...hairstyle. Resurrected by the blood of Achi, he has gained superhuman powers. When summoned, he'll target the closest opponents and unleash his powerful gunsword.
Sin and Punishment's hero is often mistaken for a girl due to his...well, his girly features. When he was revived by Achi's blood, he gained superhuman fighting skills. In this game, he'll slash and shoot at the nearest target with the Dolphin Gun, a gun/beam-sword hybrid.
Starfy is the absentminded prince of the Pufftop Kingdom, and the hero of The Legendary Starfy. Is he a star? A starfish? His commitment to helping you when summoned is obvious, even if his species isn't. He'll use a Star Spin attack, which isn't all that powerful. It's the thought that counts!
Starfy is Pufftop Kingdom's scatterbrained prince and the hero of the Legendary Starfy. He looks like a star, or maybe a starfish - no one knows what he really is. When released, he'll boldly attack enemies with his Star Spin. It's not a very powerful attack, but at least he's trying!
This is one of the many adorable dogs you can care for in Nintendogs + Cats. It's hard for them to wag their little tails, but they make up for it with that cute face. In Smash Bros., they want to get right up in your face, blocking your view of the battle. They just want to be loved!
This is one of the many adorable dogs you can take care of in Nintendogs + Cats. They aren't big tail-waggers, but they have the cutest little faces. In this game, one might come right up to the screen and block your view! It just wants to play, so don't get annoyed, OK?
Dr. Ryuta Kawashima is the neuroscientist behind the Brain Age series. In this game, he sends numbers from 1 to 9 flying onto the screen to crash into one another. If two colliding numbers add up to 10 or more, they'll explode. If the two numbers total 10 exactly, the explosion will be even more impressive!
Dr Ryuta Kawashima is the neuroscientist behind the Brain Training series. In this game, he sends numbers from 1 to 9 flying onto the screen to crash into one another. If two colliding numbers add up to 10 or more, they'll explode. If the two numbers total 10 exactly, the explosion will be even more impressive!
Only one armadillo can save the village from a Grock invasion, and that's Dillon, a.k.a. the Red Flash. With his trusty claws and roll attacks, he'll take them out one by one. If you summon him to the battle, he'll launch a devastating roll attack and follow it up with his ultimate technique, Arma-Charge, to send foes flying!
Only one armadillo can save the village from a Grock invasion, and that's Dillon, aka the Red Flash. With his trusty claws and roll attacks, he'll take them out one by one. Summon him in this game and he'll launch a devastating roll attack, then follow it up with his ultimate technique, Arma-Charge, to send foes flying!
Released in 1985, Excitebike was one of the original launch titles for the NES in North America. A happy return to this racing classic, Excitebike: World Rally, was released in 2009 on the Wii. Racers use a variety of techniques in courses set all over the world. You can even make your own tracks!
This popular side-scrolling game was originally released in Japan in 1984, and was then remade for WiiWare in 2010. In the newer version, players go on a world tour, racing in lots of different cities, using a huge variety of techniques. You can even create your own original courses!
This pair of adventurers starred in an action game released in 1985. Popo wears blue, and Nana wears red. The goal of their adventure was to reach the top of the mountain, collecting vegetables and defeating animals along the way. Grabbing the condor earned them a nice bonus too!
Popo (in blue) and Nana (in pink) are the daring adventurers from the two-player platformer Ice Climber, released in Europe in 1986. In that game, your goal is to head up a mountain, breaking blocks and taking out pesky critters along the way. When you get to the top, you can collect veg and grab on to the condor to get bonus points! Nice!
Meet the Inklings, a mysterious race of beings that can transform into squid at will! They like to octopi their time with frantic, multicolored turf wars, and they won’t miss out on any oppor-tuna-ty to get to the top. And we wouldn’t go so far as to call them cod’s gift to fashion, but check out that fresh style!
Meet the Inklings, a mysterious race of squid that can take a humanoid form at will. They like to octopi their time with frantic, multi-colored turf wars between rivals, and they won't miss out on any oppor-tuna-ty to get to the top! And we wouldn't go so far as to call them cod's gift to fashion, but check out that style!
These little monsters from the Dig Dug series like to jump around and throw themselves into people. They'll burrow through the ground to protect themselves from attacks as they approach. If you do manage to hit one, it'll puff up, growing with each attack until it explodes. Try hitting enemies with its explosion!
These little monsters from the Dig Dug series like to jump around and throw themselves into people. They'll burrow through the ground to protect themselves from attacks while they approach you. If you do manage to hit one, it'll puff up, then eventually explode! Try using the blast to damage other enemies.
These panels are enemies from the arcade game Xevious. In this game, multiple panels will appear on-screen at once, dropping down on fighters from above and passing through the terrain. Like in Xevious, they can't be defeated, so all that's left to do is dodge around them or get out of there in a hurry!
These panels are enemies from the arcade game Xevious. In this game, a few of them will appear on screen at once, dropping down on fighters from above and going straight through the terrain. Like in Xevious, they can't be defeated, so all you can do is dodge around them or get out of there!
This free-spirited polar bear usually just wanders around aimlessly, but sometimes he likes to shake things up a bit. Literally! He'll jump in the air and then land hard, causing a huge earthquake that makes the whole screen shake and does damage to anyone on the ground. He's not keen on heat, though, so hit him with fire attacks!
Skinny white ghosts that travel with a smirk on their face. They move like they do in Rhythm Heaven, popping up and down in rhythm before trying to run away. If you manage to defeat one, you'll earn a star-shaped stat boost that improves all of your stats. Time your attacks and keep them from escaping.
These white apparitions seem to have permanent smirks on their faces. Much like in the Rhythm Paradise series, they'll pop up rhythmically from a hiding place beneath the floor, then run away to a distant location. If you do manage to defeat one, you'll get a reward for your troubles, So pay attention to the rhythm and strike!
Ghosts that appear in the Find Mii game in StreetPass Mii Plaza. In Smash Bros., these ghosts have their own shields to ward off attacks. They try to keep their distance, but that doesn't mean you can ignore them— they'll often use their shields to protect other enemies. Hit from behind to defeat these pests.
These ghost have come over from the StreetPass Mii plaza game Streetpass Quest, armed with shields. They dont't attack and prefer to keep their distance, so they're not much trouble...until they start defending other enemies from you. Their shields block attacks and reflect projectiles. So you'll need to attack from behind or throw them.
Chibi-Robo & Chibi-Tot Chibi-Robo & Chibi-tot Other
500 G; 10
Chibi-Robo, from the not-too-distant future, travels back in time to collect NostalJunk. Use your Nintendo 3DS system's cameras to take pictures of real objects, and send them to the museum. Life's pretty good as a Chibi-Robo...until your battery runs out.
Chibi-Robo's back from the not-too-distant future to collect NostalJunk! He needs to fill the museum with all sorts of stuff you can find out in the real world. Since that's where YOU are, why don't you give him a hand by taking pictures of those things with your Nintendo 3DS system's camera? It'll be an adventure for both of you!
As the manager of a slightly dubious talent agency, Barbara's always looking for people who want to join a band. She'll even teach you to play—whether you ask her or not. It's best to let her think she's taking advantage of you, even if she really isn't. Her hidden theme music really illustrates the contrast of darkness and light in her soul...or something.
In Nintendo Pocket Football Club, these young athletes' careers are in your hands. As their manager, you decide their training regime and guide them through intense matches against the many teams standing in their way. Who knows—if they put their best foot forward, maybe one day they'll win the prestigious World Club Classic!
Has there ever been a cry more manly than the "Uh!" that appears at the start of every Karate Joe stage? It's like he digs deep down inside himself, reveals his spirit with that "Uh!" of power...and then directs that energy into smashing flowerpots, bulbs, and exploding barrels. Karate Joe knows no fear!
Has there ever been a cry more manly than the "Uh!" that appears at the start of every Karate Man stage? Doesn't it sound like it comes from the very bottom of his soul? Or is that just us? ...Anyway! Karate Joe is a pretty cool guy. He punches flowerpots, bulbs, even exploding barrels without the slightest hesitation. Truly, he fears nothing.
There are few games with as many charming characters as the Rhythm Heaven series. Take those groovy Love Lizards, for example. Birds could learn a thing or two from them. And what about the Chorus Kids? They look adorable with their little bowties, but things get odd when they open their mouths...
When it comes to the weird and wonderful, the Rhythm Paradise series has got all other games beat. Take those groovy Love Lizards, for example. Birds could learn a thing or two from them. And what about the Chorus Kids? They look adorable with their little bow ties, but things get a bit freakish when they open their mouths...
The little brown sub is known as the Manatee. It's agile and equipped with vertical-launch torpedoes to attack enemies above. The Blue Shark handles very well. Finally, the Serpent, a large, stealthy sub, is hard to control but well rounded. Take your pick, and dive into a 3D ocean battle.
The little brown sub, known as the ND-01 Manatee, is highly manoeuvrable and uses vertical-launch torpedoes to attack above it. The ND-03 BlueShark's handles allow you to easily adjust its angle. Finally, the ND-05 Serpent, a large silent runner, is hard to control, but excels in both offence and defence.
The king has been kidnapped! Use the formee you create to explore dungeons and beat the icky bosses to save him! Of course, you could always just go on a nice, little stroll with your formee instead. (The king might not like that so much, though.)
The blue King Prana, a deity with the power of flight. The green King Leo, a majestic lion god who rules earth and sky. The purple King Croco, an all-knowing reptilian deity. Xolo and the Guardians travel a world of puzzles to recover stolen hearts from Koruptal, god of destruction.
The blue King Orca, the green King Leo, and the purple King Croco. Three proud guardians on a mission to save the heart of the god of creation, Creatl. Led by their god's loyal servant Potzol, they must speed through a variety of puzzling walls to reach the lair of the god of destruction, Kaotl. Only then can they free their god's heart!
Inside an ancient sakura tree there lived Princess Cherry Blossom, a goddess with a light that protected her country. One day, however, she got kidnapped, and the world fell into war. The young boy, upon hearing this tale, sets off to rescue the princess. Will his sword skills save the day?
Inside an ancient sakura tree there lived Princess Cherry Blossom, a goddess with a light that protected her country. One day, however, she got kidnapped, and the world fell into war. A kappa who lived near the old tree tells the tale to a young boy. They young boy then sets off to rescue the princess. Will his sword skills save the day?
The diary of faces. They say that a woman dressed all in black takes the faces of those who get trapped in the diary, robbing them of their faces and their lives! AHHHHH! Ahem. Sorry. Anyway...Maya has been trapped inside, and you must use the Camera Obscura (Nintendo 3DS Camera) to solve the mystery!
They say those who see words that shouldn't be there on the pages of the purple diary turn into...faceless corpses! AAARRRGH! Um... Anyway, Maya is somehow trapped inside the diary, and it's up to you to take photos with the Camera Obscura to unravel the mystery surrounding Maya and this diary.
The creator of the world, Culdra, once predicted that the world would end thanks to an evil called Geminigh. Goligan is a magic staff designed to stop Geminigh's evil schemes. He has a face and talks A LOT for a staff. He seeks a skilled Cepter who can use cards. That's where you come in.
Culdra, creator of the world, prophesied that an evil force known as Geminigh would come to destroy everything. Goligan is a magic staff sent to stop Geminigh's evil schemes. For a staff, he certainly does talk a lot. He's looking for a skilled Cepter, someone who can use cards. That someone is you.
Having once saved the land, Master Woodwin is now teaching the rhythmic ways to this plucky lad from the Nintendo 3DS title HarmoKnight. However, when the Noizoids attack, trying to fill Melodia with cacophony, Tempo sets out with his rabbit friend Tappy to disrupt the rhythm of their evil plans.
The hero of HarmoKnight is an energetic young boy from the planet of Melodia. He's in training under the elderly Woodwin, who saved the world in his younger days. But when the evil Noizoids threaten to drown the world in cacophony and discord, young Tempo (and his best friend, Tappy the rabbit) set out to put things right!
Manager of Mira Luna, the most fashionable boutique in town. When she's not showing off her styling skills, she's helping with Fashion Contests so the city's boutique owners can showcase their flair. Yep, this chic stylista is always busy, busy, busy! When does she sleep?!
Manager of Verano, the most fashionable boutique in town. With the style skills she learnt abroad, she makes the best outfits money can buy. And when she's not styling, she's helping with the Fashion Contests so the city's boutique owners can show off their flair. Yep, this chic stylista is always busy, busy, busy! When does she sleep?!
Build yourself a path to the goal by pushing and pulling the blocks of the Pushmo in the playground. This sounds like a perfect job for a little sumo wrestler! Mallo pushes and pulls all day anyway, so he should be great at this! Help him learn some new skills on his way to the goal.
Building a path for himself by pulling and pushing, Mallo slowly but surely makes his way to the top of the strange structures known as Pullblox. Since sumo is all about pulling and pushing your opponents, it's fairly appropriate that he's built like a little sumo wrestler. But he'll need brains as well as brawn to make it to the top!
Eddy is a water spirit on a journey to save the Rainbow Spirits trapped inside picture books. Tilting your Nintendo 3DS left or right will move this water spirit through the many puzzles he must face. Just like normal water, Eddy can transform into ice or steam. Go with the flow to save the day!
Eddy may look like just a droplet of water, but he's actually a heroic Water Spirit! He's on a journey to save the Rainbow Spirits, who have been trapped inside a storybook. Being so water-like, though, he's at the mercy of gravity, so he'll need someone to twist the world around him. Turning into steam or ice might help, too!
Nintendoji is the name of a game that was given out to 2012 gold and platinum Club Nintendo members in Japan. In the game, Nintendoji is also the name of the young man who is trying to save a country on the brink of destruction.
Nintendoji is the name of a game that was given out to 2012 gold and platinum Club Nintendo members in Japan. In the game, Nintendoji is also the name of a young man who is trying to save a land on the edge of destruction.
Dillon's back to protect the frontier from rock monsters for a second time, and he's not alone! Joined by the lizard and professional assassin, Gallo, the rugged bear mercenary, Boone, and the rifle-wielding pirate squid, Nomad... This gang can handle anything that comes their way!
Dillon's back to protect the frontier from rock monsters for a second time, but this time he's not alone! Coin-toting lizard Gallo is a professional assassin, while the rough-and-ready bear Boone is a rugged mercenary. Add the rifle-wielding pirate squid Nomad to the mix, and...well, let's just be glad they're on your side.
One of the luxury interiors available in Tomodachi Life, yours to own for the low, low cost of $20,000! What could make you feel more like a celebrity than a room coated in gold? All the gold coins on display absolutely scream "I'm rich and famous!" Your friends will be so jealous.
From Tomodachi Life, this is a toom for the elite of the elite, where everything is plated with purest gold. Displayed on the monitor is more money than you could possibly hold, further accentuating the feeling of wealth and luxury. Better hope you don't attract any burglars, though! Definitely a room to try out if you have money to burn.
A ghostly curse has made all the rooms and hallways of the old mansion disappear! You are an investigating detective who gathers pieces from the Mii characters, slowly restoring the vanished rooms and halls. Iris Archwell is your trusted assistant and will help you on your quest.
A ghostly curse has made all the rooms and corridors in the old mansion vanish! It's up to you, the master detective, to use StreetPass to find Mii characters lost inside and put things right as you climb to the top. Helping you is your trusty assistant, Ella Mentree. You get where her name comes from, right? Why, it's...elementary!
The final boss on the top floor of Monster Manor. Once a simple researcher who lost his beloved daughter, he made a desperate attempt to bring her back but was possessed by the terrible spirit he summoned. He has since kidnapped countless people, perhaps hoping that one of them might set him free.
The final boss awaiting the hero at the very top of the StreetPass Mansion. Once a simple researcher who lost his beloved daughter, he made a desperate attempt to bring her back, but was possessed by the terrible spirit he summoned. He has since kidnapped countless people, perhaps in the hope that someone might set him free.
This kind butler to the monarch of a remote kingdom has a single dream: to see his monarch become ruler of the whole world! He'll give advice as best he can, but it's up to you, the previously mentioned monarch, to assemble an army of a hundred...no, a thousand...no, several hundred thousand!
This kindly old butler to the monarch of a remote kingdom has but one dream: to see his unremarkable monarch become ruler of the world. He'll provide all the advice he can, but it's up to you, the previously mentioned monarch, to assemble an army via Streetpass and conquer every kingdom in the land!
Emperor Fynalle, the last monarch you must face in Warrior's Way. With his golden helm and vast military forces, he challenges you to all-out war. Each round will pit all of your forces against his. Secure victory, and you'll claim the world (and the Emperor's Crown) as your own!
Emperor of the Fynalle Kingdom, and the final monarch you must face in StreetPass Battle. With his golden helm and vast military forces, he challenges you to an all-out clash of your entire armies. Seize victory in this most gruelling battle of all, and the world will be yours, along with the Emperor's very own crown!
The Mii Force Captain resolved to stop the Gold Bone Gang, but his "force" is only him and the Mii Force Squad Leader! However, you can buff up your team by using StreetPass. Follow the captain's instructions to defeat those silly space pirates.
The captain of the elite Mii Force. So elite, in fact, that there's only one other member - you! Thankfully, you can beef up your squad by recruiting some temps via Streetpass. Team up to beat the Gold Bone Gang and save StreetPass Galaxy from their piratey menace!
A giant golden robot from Mii Force. It fires half-moon homing shots from its eyes, barrages of smaller shots from its nose, and a gigantic laser from its chest. What's more, it can fire its hands as rockets to perform a variety of nasty attacks—certainly not the easiest foe the Mii Force has ever faced!
A giant robot from StreetPass Squad. It fires half-moon homing shots from its eyes, barrages of smaller shots from its nose, and a gigantic laser from its chest. What's more, it can fire its hands as rockets to perform a variety of nasty offensives - certainly not the easiest foe the Mii Force has ever faced! Still, justice always wins in the end...right?
Mr. Mendel & Ms. Blossom Mr Mendel & Ms Blossom Other
1000 G; 30
Mr. Mendel comes from the Florafield Gardening Club to support players. The friendly Ms. Blossom works behind the counter at Flower Power. Both of these florists are so elegant and peaceful, it wouldn't be surprising if a butterfly mistakenly landed on one of them!
Mr. Mendel, a representative of the Leafington Gardening Club, loves helping people learn how to garden. The friendly Ms. Blossom works at Flower Power, the finest florist in town. Look at their little expressions - so serene and peaceful, you'd almost expect a butterfly to skip the flowers and land on one of them instead!
Inuji used to be a professional baseball player, but these days he's the owner of the Darumeshi Sports Shop. In order to keep his shop alive, this mutt started selling baseball video games. There are 10 games in all, and bold customers can go in and haggle for a better price.
Inuji used to be a professional baseball player, but these days he's the owner of the Darumeshi Sports Shop in the original version of Rusty's Real Deal Baseball. In order to keep his shop alive, this ugly mutt started selling baseball video games. There are ten games in all, and bold customers can come in and haggle for a better price.
A retired professional baseball player, Rusty Slugger spends his days as the owner and operator of Rusty Slugger's Sports Shack. He keeps his business running by selling baseball video games. There are 10 games in the store, and rumor has it his prices are a bit flexible...
Rusty Slugger was a top baseball player back in his day, but now... Well, with a wife and ten adorable pups to feed, he's moved on to selling baseball games for the hit video game system, the Nontendo 4DS. (Yeah... We don't know, either.) Rusty's business hasn't expanded to Europe yet, though.
Jura and Tria are dinosaur-loving kids, as well as fossil fighters. However, their adventures don't end at simply digging up fossils. Sometimes they meet and battle people they'll never forget. They also have a strange connection to Nibbles... What draws Nibbles to them?
Jura and Tria are two dinosaur-loving kids who just happen to be fossil fighters, digging up ancient dinosaur fossils and reviving them to do battle! They'll meet plenty of unforgettable friends on their adventure - not least a unique specimen called Nibbles, whose friendly attitude seems to hide some kind of secret...
A scythe-wielding enemy from Find Mii. Its curse gas will prevent heroes from attacking, instead sending them home without acting. It can also revive its partner, the Marauding Mummy, with magic—over and over and over. The key to victory is to defeat the Reaper General first!
A scythe-wielding enemy from StreetPass Quest. In that game, it spews curse gas which prevents your heroes from attacking, forcing them to leave without doing a thing. It can also use reviving magic to bring its partner, the Marauding Mummy, back from the dead repeatedly. Defeating the Reaper General first is the only path to victory.
An enemy from Find Mii whose body is made from solid diamond. Obviously, a simple sword won't do a whole lot of damage to it. It will improve its physical defenses even more with magic, but your own magic attacks can break through that diamond body! Defeat this foe to save the princess!
An enemy from StreetPass Quest whose body is made from pure diamond. As you might expect, it's not easy to damage with a sword, particularly since it uses fortifying magic to become even tougher every time you attack it. No matter how tough it gets, though, magical attacks will always work. Defeat it to set the captive princess free!
This enemy brings chaos to the battlefield, employing three different attack patterns. He'll use magic to help—or hinder—fighters depending on their color. He will also smash platforms with a localized earthquake. Last, he'll directly strike fighters. Wait a sec... What a cheater—he's invincible when he's in the background!
This enemy's three attacks are bound to add a touch of chaos to your battles. His magic will boost or hinder fighters depending on their colour. He can also destroy platforms by causing a localised earthquake. Or he might just attack you directly. No matter what, though, you can't attack him back. Talk about unfair!
Those adorable eyes and curly hair may remind people of teddy bears more easily than dogs. But unlike a stuffed animal, these dogs are active and love to play. One reason the dogs are so popular is that they are quite easy to train. They appear in Toy Poodle & New Friends.
Their adorable eyes and curly hair make them look almost like teddy bears! Unlike stuffed animals, though, these dogs don't sit still. They're active, highly curious and love to play with people. One of the main reasons they're so popular is because they're easy to train. You can pick this breed in Toy Podle & New Friends.
The Shiba is one of the oldest breeds in the world. These Japanese dogs can be very loyal, and in the past their agility and active nature proved useful to their owners on hunting trips. You can look after and train one of these dogs in Golden Retriever & New Friends.
The Shiba is one of the oldest breeds in the world. These Japanese dogs can be very loyal, and in the past, their agility and active nature was useful to their owners on hunting trips. You can look after and train one of these dogs in Golden Retriever & New Friends.
Hunting wild rabbits used to be a popular sport in England, and the beagle, an active and playful breed, was a popular companion for it. Perhaps sleeping beagles nowadays dream of chasing rabbits like their ancestors. You can choose this breed in Golden Retriever & New Friends.
Hunting wild rabbits used to be a popular sport in England and the beagle was a popular companion for it. Known for its distinctive voice, the beagle is quite active and playful. Perhaps sleeping beagles nowadays dream of chasing rabbits like their ancestors. You can choose this breed in Golden Retriever & New Friends.
This breed originated in England and is especially good at chasing foxes. With no foxes in the living room, though, it'll chase toys instead. Terriers are tough, athletic, and curious—a perfect fit for someone who is the same! You can choose this breed in Toy Poodle & New Friends.
This breed from the British Isles loves chasing small animals. If there aren't any in your living room, they'll just chase toys instead: balls, Mario karts - whatever's lying around. They're tough, athletic and highly curious. If that also sounds like you, maybe you'd be a good match! Take care of one in Toy Poodle & New Friends.
This large breed was originally from Scotland and was used to hunt waterfowl. They're smart but way too friendly to make good guard dogs. They come in a variety of shades, but all members of the breed share the golden color. This breed is included in Golden Retriever & New Friends.
This large breed from Scotland used to hunt waterfowl. They're intelligent, but a tad too friendly to be good guard dogs. With them all being the same colour, one Golden Retriever might look like the next, but in Nintendogs + Cats, no two dogs are the same on the inside. You can take care of one in Golden Retriever & New Friends.
Once you and your puppy have bonded in Nintendogs + Cats, you can get a kitten from the kennel, too! The standard kittens come in varieties, like tiger striped or calico. On that subject, did you know that less than one percent of calicos are born male? They're like Gerudo of the cat world!
In Nintendogs + Cats, once you've made friends with your first dog, you can choose cats at the kennel as well. Of the three cat types to choose from, the Standard type is available in solid colours, tabby, spotted tabby, and this pattern here - the calico. Calico cats are almost always female, but one in a thousand or so are male.
This apartment complex is located in the middle of the island—so convenient! But wait. Why even leave when there's so much fun stuff to do inside? More importantly, what's up with the girl in 301 and the guy in 105? I'm sure someone around here wants to gossip...
With this apartment complex being based in the middle of the island, it's easy to get anywhere quickly. But why leave when there is so much fun stuff to do inside? And just what is going on between the girl in 301 and the guy in 105?! Maybe we'll find out the next time someone throws a roof party.
Back in the day when planes had fairly weak engines, two pairs of wings were used to increase the plane's lift. These planes weren't meant for crazy acrobatic tricks, though—they were best suited for learning the basics of flying. Ride these, and leave the complicated stuff for another day!
Back when aircraft engines were relatively weak, planes were often built with wings at the top and bottom for extra lift. That's what this is: a biplane. Leave all the crazy stunts to other planes - this one's for learning the basics. In fact, forget all that complicated stuff about "extra lift" and whatnot, and just enjoy soaring through the air!
In the mood to feel less like a pilot and more like a bird? Then forget planes—try hang gliding! Like a bird, you won't have any propellers or engines, so just ride the breeze and take photos from high in the sky. The wind might throw you around a bit, but if you stay calm, you can become one with the wind current.
In the mood to feel less like a pilot and more like a...bird? Then forget planes - try a hang-glider! Like a bird, you won't have any propellers or engines, so just ride the breeze and take photos from a bird's-eye view. The wind might throw you around a bit, but stay calm and try to become one with the current.
A vehicle that speeds across the waves like a marine motorbike. The handlebars you use to control its direction and speed are a lot like a motorbike's too. In Wii Sports Resort, you use the Wii Remote and Nunchuk to mimic these handlebars. All that's missing are waves splashing against your face!
A vehicle that speeds across the waves like a marine motorbike. The handlebars you use to control its direction and speed are a lot like a motorbike's, too. In Wii Sports Resort, you use the Wii Remote and Nunchuk to mimic these handlebars, for an experience so authentic you might just feel the waves crashing around you!
Instead of a Wii Remote, imagine you're holding a throwing disc in your hand. Swing it just like you would a real disc, and watch it fly across the beautiful beach. In this disc-throwing game, a pup will play fetch! That adorable look on its face as it catches the disc is almost more than we can handle!
Hold the Wii Remote tight, then flick it as though you were actually throwing a Frisbee. As it glides across the beach's beautiful white sands, your lovable canine pal here will bound along after it. Just be sure to concentrate before you throw, or you'll disappoint your dog!
The tropical island from Wii Sports Resort is the perfect place to enjoy a few sporting activities. Go on a close tour of it by selecting the Wuhu Island stage, or get a bird's-eye view of the island with the Pilotwings stage. Just don't get too awestruck—with the stage constantly changing under your feet, you can't afford to lose focus!
To get to fly a plane around a tropical resort, normally you'd need to study really hard, take a flying test, fail the test, retake the test, get your license, save up for ages, and then go to a tropical island. In Pilotwings Resort, you get to skip those boring parts and experience speeding, turning, and rolling high in the air right away! Woo!
At the forefront of medical science, you have to be equal to whatever nature throws your way - that's why Dr. Mario's medicine cabinet includes red, blue, and yellow capsules to combat these red, blue, and yellow viruses! Over 20 years after Mario first took up medicine, Luigi joined the fight with his new L-shaped vitamin.
At the forefront of medical science, you have to be equal to whatever nature throws your way - that's why Dr. Mario's medicine cabinet includes red, blue and yellow capsules, for any colour of virus. If you can't visit Dr. Mario, at least go and see Dr. Luigi, who set up his first practice more than 20 years later.
Captain Rainbow used to be a household name, with everyone from grandparents to small children humming his theme song. Now a faded star, he's left Mameruca for Mimin Island. They say wishes come true there, but will our hero use the Mimin Bracelet to grant his own wishes or those of others?
Captain Rainbow used to be the greatest superhero on TV - every kid's idol, with a cracking theme song to boot. But now, alas, he's a faded star. That's why he's left Mameruca and gone to Mimin Island, where wishes come true. But will our hero use the Mimin Bracelet to grant the other islanders' wishes, or only his own?
Wait. Is...is that Little Mac from Punch-Out!!? We'd heard he went to Mimin Island to train to become a world champion again, but it looks like he went a few too many rounds in the ring with those island mangoes. If you don't help him get back in shape, we might need to come up with a new name for him...
Wait a second. This is Little Mac? What happened to the "Little" part?! The star of Punch-Out!! clearly hasn't been keeping up with his training if he's ended up like this! Now that he's moved to Mimin Island, though, all hope is not lost. It's said wishes come true there - hopefully, that includes Mac's wish to get back to his former glory.
His real name is Vincent, but he prefers the shortened version. Maybe it's to help put you at ease. This great artist will teach you all sorts of techniques to help you produce a real masterpiece of your very own. Pretty nice of him, right? Once you get the hang of things, why not draw a portrait of Vince himself to say thanks?
A young god who lives in Asgard, Frey is also a master of the sword. It only takes one look to knew that Frey is no mere mortal, his divinity clear in his appearance and presence. Frey and his sister travel together to Midgard to aid the humans in their battle against an invasion of giants.
A young god and master of the sword who lives in the divine city of Asgard. With just one glance at his striking looks, you can tell that he's no ordinary being. Frey travels with his sister to the world of Midgard below to help defend the humans against an invasion of giants.
A young goddess from Asgard, she excels at sorcery and only really opens up to her brother, Frey. She joins Frey on his journey to aid humans of Midgard. She'd always depended on her brother growing up, but after she sees the human race stand against the evil forces, she grows into a strong, independent individual.
A young goddess adept at magical arts. The only person she truly trusts is her brother, Frey, who she follows down from Asgard to the human world of Midgard. She's quite reliant on her brother, but when she sees the human race stand up to the evil forces that threaten it, she's inspired to become more independent.
When Zael was orphaned, the closest thing he had to his family was Dagran, the leader of a mercenary team. Zael became a mercenary too but began to question whether it was the right path to follow. After a fateful meeting with Calista, however, he decided to pursue his dream-one he's always had: to become a knight.
The lone heir to the House of Arganan. Count Arganan, her ungle and ruler of Lazulis Island, has always tried to keep her sheltered from the outside world, but craving adventure, she sneaks out to explore the city. When Zael gets captured and thrown in the castle's dungeon, she's the one who breaks him out.
This is a special version of the plane you start with, and you can unlock it once you start Mission Mode. The really amazing feature is how it can take off and land on water. Don't take this plane for an aerial cruise—it's meant to soar on speedy, exciting flights.
This is a special version of the regular plane that you unlock during Mission Mode. Its stand-out feature is the ability to take off and land on water. (Is it still LANDing when it's on water...?) This craft isn't made for calm cruising - it's all about intense speed and thrills right up till you finally lan- er..."touch back down" on the water.
The main characters of Pandora's Tower. Elena is a kind and spirited young lady who is subjected to a curse that will soon transform her into a terrible monster. Aeron, a young man whose life she once saved, is determined to seek out the only known cure—the flesh of the "masters" lurking within the Thirteen Towers...
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From the right: Cam, Marshal, and Miss Ribbon. Cam is quiet and looks like a thinker, but his mind is actually a blank slate. Marshal looks cute and can be relied upon. Miss Ribbon looks innocent but is really quite stubborn. Some think these guys are related to the Chorus Kids from the previous Rhythm Heaven.
The white one is Matt, the blue one's Cam, and the pink one's Miss Ribbon. Matt looks like a dreamer, but he's pretty down-to-earth. Cam always seems to be deep in thought, but he's really just spacing out. And Miss Ribbon seems innocent and sweet, but is actually pretty stubborn. Are these guys related to the Chorus Kids?
Live from the Rhythm Arena! When the reporter asks, "Wubbadubbadubba, 'zat true?" the wrestler will answer on the beat. When the reporter is amazed and says, "Whoa, you go, big guy!" the wrestler will flex and pose. Finally, when the other reporters request the wrestler to "pose for the fans!" he will do just that. Wubbadubbadubba, that's cool!
Live from the Rhythm Arena, we bring you a true wrestling phenomenon! Swoon as he displays his outstanding physique! Marvel at his enlightening responses whenever he hears "Wubbadubbadubba, 'zat true?" And when he poses for the fans, we won't blame you if you faint. Whoa, you go, big guy!
The twins Mayu and Mio are guided to a lost village in the woods by a red butterfly. They explore the village, fighting off the spirits that have been there since a tragic event took place. The unending night leads Mio closer and closer to the truth about the Crimson Sacrifice Ritual.
Led by a crimson butterfly, these twins find themselves in a village thought to have vanished long ago. This place, where time stagnates and morning never comes, is rife with violent spirits that lash out at the young girls. As they struggle to stay alive, Mio draws closer to uncovering the horrifying truth of the Crimson Sacrifice Festival.
Dashing and jumping are just the start- Rayman shows off all kinds of moves as he fights to save the Glade of Dreams! And no matter how many times he falls, he'll always get back up again. What? Always? That's right! This guy's got no time to waste on game overs. It's right back to resucing the Teensies, every time.
Globox is Rayman's best friend, but Globox's best friends might be food. He's always hungry, but still he tries his best to catch up by running and jumping through unknown terrain. He excels at jumping, probably thanks to his froggy likeness, but he can also fly by flapping his arms. I guess anything's possible in the Glade of Dreams.
Sadly for Rayman, Globox's very best friend is actually his lunch. Being hungry all the time doesn't stop him working hard. Globox is a great jumper, and a great flier, too! After all, anything's possible in the Glade of Dreams! Time to start thinking outside the...Glo-box.
Ever wonder what a Nintendo theme park would be like? Well, there kind of already is one-the Wii U title Nintendo Land-and this robot is your friendly guide as you check out the park's many attractions. Not only does she have a bunch of helpful tips for you, but in Takamaru's Ninja Castle, she also plays the role of the princess!
This is the hard-running character from the BIT.TRIP series, CommanderVideo. He runs, jumps, slides, and kicks his way through psychedelic works to funky beats. What makes this different from your average action game is that every move has to be in rhythm! Don't lose the beat!
In BIT.TRIP Presents... Runner2: Future Legend of Rhythm Alien (who doesn't love a long title?), CommanderVideo runs, jumps, slides, and kicks his way through psychedelic worlds to funky beats. What makes this different from your average action game is that every move has to be in rhythm! Don't lose the beat!
Usually, a single hero is enough, right? But having more-like a team of 7-would be better. So wouldn't having 100 be REALLY good? That was Wonder Red's logic when he joined the planetary protection team called the Wonderful 100. He also teaches when he isn't saving the world. Superheroes need day jobs too.
You think a hero should fight on his own? Or in a team of, say, seven at most? Forget that, let's have a hundred of 'em! ...That kind of thinking might be how we ended up with the Wonderful 100, heroic defenders of Earth led by Wonder-Red. Behind the mask, though, he's a humble school teacher with a remarkable memory.
A Wonderful One from the Los Angeles field office. Even off duty, he's a dashing police detective...but he can be a little clumsy at times. He resents Wonder-Red for taking the role of leader despite being new to the team, and the two have a caustic relationship. Still, his trademark Unite Sword attack is a valuable asset.
This Wonderful One from the Bordeaux field office in France isn't really one for escargot-he's all about the junk food. Despite still being in middle school, he's a superb sniper. His tradmark Unite Gun technique needs no bullets...he's firing his fellow heroes instead. That's a scary level of teamwork!
This Wonderful One from the Bordeaux field office in France isn't really one for escargot - he's all about the junk food. He's also a master sniper, despite still being in middle school. His tradmark Unite Gun technique needs no bullets...since it fires his fellow heroes instead. Now that's real heroic dedication!
A high schooler from Romania whose acrobatic abilites are so impressive, she even represented her country as an olympic gymnast. With her Unite Whip technique and her Queen of Rage moniker, you'd think she'd not be one to mess with, but Wonder-Green seems to enjoy provoking her. Well, to each his own...
This Romanian girl's physical abilities are so impressive, she's even represented her country as an Olympic gymnast. With her Unite Whip technique and her Queen of Rage moniker, you'd think she'd not be one to mess with, but Wonder-Green seems to enjoy provoking her. Well, to each his own...
This Wonderful One brought his gigantic hammer all the way from Siberia. With his large stature and few words, many find him intimidating, but he's actually a kind and honest family man. And there's really no one better to have beside you in the field-his experience in the Russian military is invaluable in battle.
This Wonderful One brought his gigantic hammer all the way from Siberia. With his large stature and few words, many find him intimidating, but he's actually a kind and honest family man. And there's really no one better to have beside you in the field, because he's had plenty of experience in the Russian military.
Ichi: Do unto others! Ni: home is where the heart is!...no, we don't know what he's talking about either, but there's no doubting the potency of the claws he wields-apparently a family treasure-or his Wonderful-Ryu fighting style. He claims to have 100 proverbs in all, but there's no room to list them all here.
Wonder-Black, the 8-Bit enchanter from India, has an IQ of over 300. He's only 11 years old, but he's already made countless contributions to the effort to protect the planet. His signature Time Bomb move is a great example. Instead of causing destruction, it slows time in the blast range. That's amazing-all we made at 11 was a baking soda volcano...
This so-called 8-Bit Enchanter from India has an IQ of over 300. He's contributed numerous inventions to the Earth defence effort, including his weapon of choice: the Time Bomb. A bomb, yes, but it's not for blowing things up - instead, it slows down time within the blast zone. Not bad for an 11-year-old's science project.
If there's one thing any princess needs to complete her ensemble, it's her favorite battle-axe! Barbara is no average damsel in distress, but even a battle-axe doesn't make you invincible. She needs a little help from Rayman after being kidnapped, but she ends up being a lifesaver when she joins him after that!
The PAL version of the Lip's Stick trophy lists its game of origin as Tetris Attack. This is an error, as Tetris Attack was a localized version of Panel de Pon that replaced the original fairy characters - including Lip, for whom the weapon is named - with characters from the Yoshi series. Lip herself is not mentioned in the trophy's description, which may be the reason for the confusion.
The Super Scope's game appearance in the Japanese version is simply titled 'Super Scope'.
Takamaru and Saki Amamiya's trophies list their console of debut as the Famicom Disk System and Nintendo 64 respectivly in the Japanese version.
The Wii U version of the Starfy trophy states that The Legendary Starfy was released on 09/2002 for the Nintendo DS; in actuality, it was released on June 8, 2009. This was fixed in an update.
In the Japanese version, his debut is listed as Legend of Starfy for the Game Boy Advance.
In the NA description of the Ice Climbers' trophy, Nana is erroneously described as wearing red, even though she is usually seen wearing pink (as mentioned by the PAL version). This may be referring to her appearance on the box art for Ice Climber on NES.
The second half of the PAL description for the Karate Joe trophy contains a subtle (and grammatically correct) reference to the "Pretty Cool Guy" meme.
King Roy's order is based on the release of the original Freakyforms: Your Creations, Alive!, despite debuting in the updated version Freakyforms Deluxe: Your Creations, Alive!.
In the PAL version of Style Savvy: Trendsetters, the character Michaela is replaced by a different character called Evie. In the North American version of Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS, there is a trophy named Michaela, though the character represented in the trophy is actually Evie. The trophy is named correctly in the PAL version.
Mallo's order is based on the release of Crashmo, despite debuting in the original Pushmo.
Despite falling under the "Stage" category, the Reaper General and Diamond Golem do not appear on the Find Mii stage at all.
Despite being a Mario series trophy, Viruses appear in this category.
The Rayman and Globox trophies state that Rayman Origins was first released for the Nintendo 3DS on November 2012. In actuality, the first release of Rayman Origins on Nintendo hardware was for the Wii on November 2011.
This may, however, be due to the fact that the Wii version of Rayman Origins, unlike the 3DS version, was never released in Japan. Even then, Rayman Origins for the Wii is still not their Nintendo debut, as Rayman 2: The Great Escape was available for the Nintendo 64.
The Rayman trophy depicted him with slightly closed eyelids in early builds of the game; they are fully opened in the final game.
All of the Wonderful 101 characters have fully rendered face textures under their masks, and are completely blocked from view.
Wonder-Pink's updated trophy in Japan.
Due to concerns raised by CERO, Wonder-Pink’s trophy was updated to be less revealing in the Japanese update 1.0.6.
Zael's trophy is actually based off concept art of the character, rather than the final design.