Nintendo revealed one augmented reality game included with the 3DS, yet there are five more it kept quiet about. But, inevitably, someone's leaked the lot.
In case you didn't know, the 3DS will come with a set of cards that will be used for special augmented reality games included within the machine - games that seemingly appear in the real world on the console's 3D screen.
We already knew about Face Raiders, which transforms 3D pictures of your friends' faces into floating targets that you shoot by moving the system around to aim. But there are five more games, details of which have been leaked to Wired.
'AR Shot' is apparently "a combination of pool and mini golf". You use a cue stick to hit a ball around a mini course and sink it down a hole at the end - all done on your dining table. You walk around your table (or chosen surface) to make your plays.
'Fishing' turns your table into a body of water and you move your 3DS to manipulate your rod, dipping your line into the water to yank out fish of increasing size (you occasionally see sharks). Sounds amazing, that.
'Graffiti' lets you draw on surfaces with a range of paints, paintbrushes and other special effects like fire. You can then manipulate your drawing with the buttons.
'Star Pics' uses multiple AR cards, each one with a different Nintendo character drawn on them: Mario, Kirby, Link, Samus and Pikmin. the first picture of those can be seen here. When you point the system's rear-facing cameras at these cards it makes the corresponding characters appear. You set up a scene and take pictures of it. Neat.
'Mii Pics' sounds like the same basic idea as 'Star Pics', only you use Mii characters instead.