1. From what i have found Ubisoft has announced a cooking game (My Cooking Coach) that will have a DSi feature (camera), but wont be DSiWare. This means that we will finally have a game that could help us hack the DSi. Source: http://ds.nintendolife.com/news/2009/04/ub...i_enhanced_game http://gbatemp.net/index.php?showtopic=151304# The release date is JUNE 2ND. And that's not it, they have some more DSi games in the works, too: "Ubisoft said it has "several other new games specifically created for the Nintendo DSi" to follow." Source 2. Also the new zelda game might have some DSi features. In this interview, Fils-Aime said: "Wouldn't that be nice?" 3. Also here Nintendo talks about DSi enhanced game carts. This might be the thing we are fearing (new type of flashcarts that might need new firmwares installed or could block existing flashcarts). Not sure about this, but meh >.< There will be DSi-enhanced carts and DSi-only carts that will use all the DSi's features (more ram, bigger screens, camera). "DSi Cards will work exclusively on a DSi unit and will take advantage of its extra horsepower, the larger screens and its cameras, whereas "DSi-Enhanced Cards" will work on both the original Nintendo DS (and DS Lites) and the new DSi, with gameplay enhancements and new features available when played on a DSi." Source 4. One of the features that are talked about a lot is the ability to make textures with the camera. You could take a picture of your face and add it to your characters face, or take a picture of real life grass and add it to the game so the game has realistic grass. Sounds pretty cool. "For example," he notes, "you will use these features if you want to create textures from photographs taken with the DSi camera." During his own speech, "The Inspiration Behind Nintendo DSi Development," Kuwahara said that these "Nintendo DSi Enhanced" game cards are still in the process of being developed. Kotaku adds (it is unclear whether it was said by Kuwahara or not) that the feature "could be used in games like Animal Crossing: Wild World, which currently uses an in-game texture creation tool that allows users to create patterns with the DS touchscreen."" Source P.S. Couldn't find a topic about this game on GBAtemp.net, but if there is a topic you can delete this one >.< Also i haven't searched for any other DSi enhanced games, but if i will find some i will post here.