Nintendo has released three new titles on to their online service with two titles hitting Wii Ware and one of them on the Virtual Console.Â The new titles include: Max & the Magic Marker – One day Max gets a mysterious marker in the mail. Not knowing better, the first thing he draws is a wacky, purple monster. As soon as the marker leaves the paper, the monster comes to life and jumps off the paper and into another drawing. With the monster on the loose and messing with Maxâ€™s drawings, Max has no choice but to go after it. Armed with the magic marker, you must help Max track the monster through 15 inventive and challenging levels. Youâ€™ll need more than good will and quick reflexes to tackle the challenges ahead. Draw freely inside the game to help Max defeat enemies, overcome obstacles and solve puzzles. As you draw stairs, seesaws, balloons, surfboards and whatever else you can think of, your creations will interact with the physical environment, making every session unique.Â Max & the Magic Marker are available for 1,000 Wii points. Dracula: Undead Awakening – Are you a vampire hunter? Are you ready to battle legions of undead foes including zombies, ghouls and werewolves? Youâ€™ll need to wield an arsenal of powerful weaponry while using your skill and intelligence. Uncover devastating firepower â€“ machine guns, buzz-saws, flamethrowers and more â€“ and choose upgrades for them as well as unique new perks for your character as your enemies increase in number and ferocity. Youâ€™re a tough customer, but beware â€“ Lord Dracula is always on the hunt, and you are his prey. Enemies in Dracula have one thing in common: Undead, lycanthrope or mutant, theyâ€™re all after your flesh.Â Dracula: Undead Awakening is available for 1,000 Wii points. Final Fantasy II – Follow the dark knight Cecil â€“ Lord Captain of Baronâ€™s elite force, the Red Wings â€“ as he embarks on a fateful journey riddled with trials, betrayals, friendship, loss and self-discovery. Plagued with uncertainty over his monarchâ€™s motives, can Cecil turn away from the path of darkness and destruction?Â Final Fantasy II is available for 800 Wii points.