I must praise DSiWare for allowing me to experience this franchise for the first time cheaply. Probably never would've given it the time of day otherwise. Anyways, I recently downloaded Mario Vs. Donkey Kong: Minis March Again! on my DSi, and I've been really enjoying the purchase. If you like interactive puzzle games or have any interest in the Mario Vs. DK franchise, it's a great buy for just 800 points. 40 stages, a pretty snazzy stage builder that expands as you play through the main game, and a nicely laid out WFC distribution system. You can upload your own custom stages to the network, download other random stages through a variety of search options (including stages made by Nintendo themselves), and share friend IDs for more direct trading. The fact you're graded on how well you play the downloaded stages makes them worth retrying until you get a perfect score. They're a great way to expand on the core gameplay once you've beaten everything else. So... yeah. All that for $8? More than worth it. The game feels like it was made for a touch screen, so I encourage anyone who played the GBA version and mildly enjoyed it (but possibly not enough to buy the DS version) to test out this DSiWare title as well. If anyone else does own this game already and has made stages, feel like sharing your friend ID? I've only made one stage so far, but it's pretty basic... XD Otherwise, what are general impressions you guys have with the franchise as a whole?