Well here it is, my first game "published" (in some sense anyway) via entirely-above-board means on a Nintendo console. (Tong on Wii was great fun to do, but requires a little hacking for others to play.)
I got to draw Ork a couple dozen times. I got to play and re-play a game-in-progress over and over. I got to write a program in BASIC, complete with PRINTs, GOSUBs, and DATA blocks. Every once in a while, I engage in a project that makes me feel like a kid again. This was such a project.
For anyone and everyone who has SmileBASIC, here is the download code for BUB:
I posted that code on Nintendo's own built-in chat-about-games-you're-playing service, and it looks like some people are already having fun, including someone who recognized BUB from its Gamebuino version!
Anyway, that's my latest. Some insomnia-hours programming and scribbling has become my favorite-so-far version of BUB. I like to think somewhere there's somebody whose mind is set to sparking by this and other such toys. Toys they can enjoy both as games and as a means of learning to program. May the source be with you!