Nintendo has detailed a raft of new development support for its WiiWare and DSiWare download platforms at an event in London today.
Nintendo turned the spotlight on third-party games such as LostWinds: Winter of the Melodias from UK-based Frontier, American studio Telltale Games' Tales of Money Island and Japanese designer Kenji Eno's You, Me, and the Cubes to prove how developers around the world were embracing the platform.
It also revealed that iPhone specialist Firemint had been convinced to release a DSiWare version of its Flight Control title.
Plus, the format-holder is introducing a new points scheme to encourage more users to log on to the service - and it is today relaunching its WiiWare hub at www.wiiware.co.uk. The site now features a weekly top 10 sales chart and guides on how to use the service.