After this week, this quality portable port of The Oregon Trail will only be available to those who have previously bought and downloaded it.
Back in September, we warned you that Nintendo was about to stop selling “DSiWare points,” the digital currency used in its first downloadable game store for the Nintendo DSi.

After this week, those points will be officially useless.
That’s because Nintendo will be shutting down the DSiWare shop on Friday, March 31.

That will also be the last day to re-download games you’ve previously purchased on any old Nintendo DSi or DSi XL systems you have lying around.

Games you’ve already downloaded should work just fine until the hardware fails.
Points you don’t want to use right now can be transferred to be used on the 3DS eShop, and downloaded games can even be transferred to a newer 3DS system for future-proofing. Most DSiWare games are also still available on new hardware through the 3DS eShop, though a few will be lost for good after Friday (and the older downloadable games can look a bit funky on the 3DS’ newer screen, too).
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