An educational Nintendo DS game about job interviews.
The first shougi-only game for the Nintendo DS.
Dorasu's first e-book software for the Nintendo DS.
Help Keroro and his friends to defeat the evil keronjins.
An adaptation of the board game Stretego for the DS. It received a retail release in Europe, followed by a digital release in North America years later.
The first mainline Kawaii Koinu entrie to be in 3D.
A Japanese-only Nintendo DS YuYu Hakusho game set between the Spirit Detective and the Dark Tournament arcs.
The Sims 2: Pets is the Nintendo DS version of the popular PC game.
The Sims 3 is the Nintendo DS port of the popular PC game of the same name. The neighborhood is Beacon Bay.
Four off-brand classic games on DS.
A Spanish language learning game notorious for the offensive representations of Mexican people.
An unreleased version of Tetris DS, which was cancelled due to legal issues between THQ and The Tetris Company.
A Nintendo DS entry of the Tenka Touitsu series of Sengoku-era grand strategy wargames.
A math game endorsed by Takahashi Shoten.
Tamiya's Mini Yonku toyline hits the Nintendo DS!
A Nintendo DS version of the Mahjong Haoh games.
An entrie from the Biz Taiken Series about restaurants.
The Hakuouki characters gets super deformed for the first time.
Rilakkuma returns in a compilation of rhythm-oriented minigames.
Korean language training game.
Chinese language training game.
A math game made for Japanese junior high school studemts.
A kanji writting game.
A reading training game.
A listening training game.
*Shikakui Atama o Maru Kusuru: DS Kanji no Shou