Nintendo Download: Konami Krazy Racers, Cutie Pets Jump Rope, Pet Hospital


Happy Thanksgiving from Nintendo! While the consolemaker might be working on a holiday, they’re not overloading this week’s Nintendo Download with a ton of new titles. Instead, just three new games are now available to download. They are…

  • Konami Krazy Racers (Wii U), a kart racer that was originally released for the Game Boy Advance in 2001.
  • Cutie Pets Jump Rope (Wii U), a jump rope competition between platypuses.
  • Pet Hospital (3DS), yet another veterinarian sim.

More information on all of these games can be found below. And if you’re definitely in the mood to download something on your Nintendo system, there’s always plenty of Black Friday Deals on the eShop.

Wii U eShop

Konami Krazy Racers – In this fun Game Boy Advance racer, choose from 12 of your favorite Konami characters, all with unique racing abilities. Speed your way through 16 action-packed, fun-filled courses. Collect coins to upgrade your car, unlock hidden courses and race by your opponents on your way to the checkered flag.

Cutie Pets Jump Rope – Welcome to Cutie Pets Jump Rope! You are the one, the first platypus to rise in the morning and the last to go to sleep at night. You have one plat dream. To be jump rope champion! To be the last platypus standing!

3DS eShop

Pet Hospital – Live the dream life of a veterinarian. Dogs, cats, horse, birds, guinea pigs, rabbits… they all need your care! Dr Robert’s clinic is going through difficult times and needs your skills to develop and expand. Examinations, diagnostics and treatments: heal your patients and unlock new veterinary health centres so you can receive all patients furred and feathered.

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