A few days ago, we posted about how Nintendo was introducing a free game on Wii Music that would allow users to download any music for free on the platform.

The company has since announced that it has now released a free version of the game called Waptricks Game.

The new game allows users to add the Wacrick song and have the music automatically downloaded.

While it doesn’t include any of the original music that was available to purchase, users can download up to 20 songs in the new free version, and users will also be able to download new songs in-game through the Wii Music app.

The free version will only be available in North America, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa, and the game will cost $4.99 USD, or €4.49, in the UK.

You can check out the new game for yourself below.

Nintendo has also announced that users will be able download a new music download option in the Wii U app that allows users access to a new free music download program that includes up to 10 tracks from Nintendo’s own music library.

This new music streaming service will allow users access and control their music for the first time, and you’ll be able also upload up to 200 songs and listen to them at your leisure.

Nintendo will begin to roll out the music streaming option to the WiiU app in Europe and North America on August 19, with more information on the service expected to be announced in the coming weeks.

The Wii Music service has been a staple of the platform since its launch in March of last year, and it’s a great way to listen to the music on your Wii U console and enjoy some of the content that’s available there.

Nintendo also recently announced that Wii Music will be coming to the Nintendo Switch and Nintendo 3DS systems, and we’ll be sure to bring you all more details on that as soon as we can.