Konami has announced that Hudson Soft's Wii mini-game franchise, Sports Island, is heading to Nintendo DS in May 2010.
Sports Island DS features 10 events designed to be played using a combination of touch screen and buttons. Events include Rugby, Table Tennis, Sepak Takraw (a version of Volleyball but using feet instead of hands), Arm Wrestling, Bobsled, Climbing, Sky-Diving, Clay Pigeon Shooting, Golf, and Cheerleading.
Games can be played alone or with up to six players, either cooperatively or competitively, using just one copy of the game. Players can also set up leagues to keep track of the best performers in each event.
In game avatars can also be edited, allowing players to actually put themselves and their friends in the game.