Four new titles have hit Nintendo’s online service this week with three of them on the Wii Ware service and the other hitting Virtual Console.Â The four new titles include: Heron: Steam Machine (WiiWare) Pub Darts (WiiWare) Fast Draw Showdown (WiiWare) Final Fight 3 (Virtual Console; SNES) Heron: Steam Machine – Heron: Steam Machine is a game about a factory where rubber duckies are being produced by a large steam engine. On this steam engine, there are four different gauges which you will have to watch carefully. By connecting the pipes, you will earn points and relieve some of the pressure, keeping the machine running just a little bit longer. If one of the gauges reaches its maximum, the machine will eventually blow up, and the game is over. If you were lucky enough to achieve a high score, make sure you enter your name in the list so other players can compete with you. In Multiplayer, you are able to cooperate with friends in maintaining the steam machine. When you play with two, three or four players, the screen is divided into sections with different background colors. Each player is able to solve his or her own part of the puzzle. Players are restricted to their own section of the screen, so you will have to work together to make the pipes fit properly. (Additional accessories are required for multiplayer play and are sold separately.)Â Heron: Steam Machine is available for 500 Wii points. Pub Darts – Pub Darts is a simple darts simulation which uses the Wii Remoteâ„¢ controllerâ€™s unique controls to mimic dart-throwing motion. The game is set in a local pub where the players will settle in to play some of their favorite dart games, including 501, Cricket, Around the Clock, Killers and Baseball. Controls function just like throwing a real dart. Players are able to create their own personal profiles, including selecting their avatar image from a collection of creative characters and the design they would like displayed on the dart flights.Â Pub Darts is available for 500 Wii points. Fast Draw Showdown – When it comes to fast draw thereâ€™re only two types of people: the quick â€¦ and the dead! Now you have the chance to find out where you stand, or lie, as the case may be. Youâ€™ll go up against the best quick draws in the business, including one of the worldâ€™s fastest, Wes Flowers. Unholster your Wii Remote controller and show â€™em who the fastest draw really is, in this live-action shooter. You can even take on a friend in multiplayer modes, and see which of you has the quickest draw. Youâ€™ll need some serious speed and awesome accuracy to take on these gunslingers â€¦ so get ready for some real fast draw action.Â Fast Draw Showdown is available for 500 Wii points. Final Fight 3 – Following the defeat and subsequent disappearance of the Mad Gear Gang, a small group known only as â€œSkull Crossâ€ is responsible for a new uprising of vandalism, terrorism and death. The government of Metro City is at a complete loss. Metro Cityâ€™s mayor, Mike Haggar, and Guy are prepared to take on the new gang, but before they can act, the door bursts open, revealing Lucia, Codyâ€™s old friend. â€œMetro City is under attack!â€ she shouts, â€œSkull Cross is loose, and theyâ€™ve got something up their sleeves.â€ But before any of them can move, a mysterious man appears in the doorway. â€œMy name is Dean,â€ he says. â€œI know Skull Cross inside-and-out, and I hate them more than anything. I can help you, and you can help me. We must go!â€ All four fighters vow to bring Skull Cross down. It will be a tough assignment, and may even be their final fight!Â Final Fight 3 is available for 800 Wii points.