Touch! Generations US logo

Touch! Generations (Template:Lang ?) was a Nintendo brand used for the Nintendo DS and Wii showing games created to appeal to a broader audience than the traditional gamer. Nintendo retired the brand with the launch of the Nintendo 3DS in 2011, 5 years after its introduction.[1]


See Also: List of Touch! Generations titles

Big Brain Academy and Magnetica became the first US titles to have the designation, when they were released on June 5, 2006, followed on June 26, 2006 by Sudoku Gridmaster. In addition, several previously released games were labeled under the Touch! Generations brand. The titles in Touch! Generations vary between countries.


In Japan, the origin of the Touch! Generations lineup, the brand has massive success, especially with the Brain Training games ranking high in game sales.

North America

In North America, Brain Age launched on April 17, 2006, but the Touch! Generations brand was not launched until June 5, 2006.

Europe and Australia

The Touch! Generations brand was launched in Europe on June 9, 2006 with the release of Dr. Kawashima's Brain Training: How Old Is Your Brain?.

Wii Play was listed as a Touch! Generations title in Australia, but not included in any other region. In addition, Trauma Center: Second Opinion is shown on the European Touch! Generations website, but is not listed under the official Touch! Generations games for Wii.

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