3D Classics: Urban Champion Is One This Month’s Club Nintendo Rewards

By Ishaan . May 1, 2012 . 8:30am

It’s the first day of a new month, which means Club Nintendo have updated with a batch of new downloadable game rewards. On the 3DS front, you get ArtStyle: Pictobits, one of the various DSiWare ArtStyle games, and 3D Classics: Urban Champion.


For WiiWare, you can grab Snowpack Park a game where you play as your Mii and rescue penguins in the Antarctic. You can also go bowling and play basketball with them. Finally, also for WiiWare, is Eco Shooter: Plant 530, a first-person shooter where you fight off garbage-wielding aliens.


Club Nintendo coin prices for the four games are as follows:

ArtStyle: Pictobits – 150 coins

3D Classics: Urban Champion – 150 coins

Snowpack Park – 150 coins

Eco Shooter: Plant 350 – 200 coins

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  • I guess I have to skip this month games.

    • I feel like this… every month. 

      • cjeromek

         Same here. Only game I invested coins in was Majora’s Mask.

      • James Beatty

        To be fair Majora’s mask was pretty great and picross was too. 

  • the9reen9uy

    It seems that Nintendo’s April Fool’s joke continues on to May..

  • Well, its only 150 coins, and I’ve got a ton cause of all the codes that have been coming with even non-Nintendo pubbed 3DS games. I’ve always kinda wanted to try it ever since I saw it played on [email protected]

  • Zonic505

    I cannot recommend PictoBits enough. I got it for free on the DSi when people got $10 free for getting the system at launch & it’s perhaps one of the most fun DSiWare games.

  • Another month with nothing to get.

  • Well since they are giving a chance to get games from virtual coins we earned I’m not complaining.

  • ShawnOtakuSomething

    Japan gets better Nintendo Rewards and all we get is crap I have 650 Coins just waiting on something awesome to get and BAM NOTHING THIS MONTH TOO JUNE BETTER HAVE AWESINE STUFF SINCE THEY RESET THE COINS 

  • Covnam

    Pictobits looks pretty good. Might pick that up, the rest don’t sound very enticing.

  • neetyneety

    If you don’t care much for those coins, get Pictobits people. It’s actually a nice puzzle game and it has some pretty good music.

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