The weirdness stars with Lunar Pool, an NES title from Compile that provides a glimpse into the recreational activities available on the moon. Essentially a cross between billiards and miniature golf, Lunar Pool runs 500 Wii Points ($5).
Next up is the North American debut of Jaleco's NES action title Ninja JaJaMaru-kun. In order to rescure Princess Sakura from Namazu Dayuu, JaJaMaru must break floor tiles and figure out the attack patterns of his various foes. There is also a chance he might ride on a giant frog.
As with Sin & Punishment and Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels, the localization cost of Ninja JaJaMaru-kun results in a slightly higher price than normal: 600 Wii Points ($6), instead of the usual 500 Wii Points ($5) for an NES game.
Wrapping up this week's bizarre offerings is Sega's Golden Axe III. Previously only available in North America through the oft-forgotten Sega Channel, this 800 Wii Point ($8) Genesis slash 'em up features a panther and a giant among its playable characters.