Club Nintendo, Nintendo's long-running loyalty program, is offering a final batch of rewards that includes more than 100 games to be claimed before March 31.
The rewards, which Nintendo is "making available in conjunction with the discontinuation of Club Nintendo," allow members to trade in "coins" they earned for items like games, desktop calendars, playing cards and t-shirts.
According to the official Club Nintendo site, 117 games are available to download, spanning Nintendo 3DS, Wii and Wii U hardware. They include classic games like Pilotwings, Super Mario World and Super Punch Out on Wii U for 200 coins; as well as The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, Paper Mario and Super Mario Kart on Wii for 250 coins. Newer and more expensive games include Super Mario 3D Land on 3DS for 600 coins; Kid Icarus: Uprising on 3DS for 700 coins; as well as The Wonderful 101 and Wii Fit on Wii U for 600 coins.
Nintendo announced the end of Club Nintendo last month, saying it would be replaced by a new, unnamed program. Products released after Jan. 20 are ineligible for rewards in North America. The last day to sign up and complete Club Nintendo tasks like surveys is March 31.