UK and European Nintendo owners are now able to redeem their ill-fated Stars to claim free games.
Nintendo announced the planned closure of Club Nintendo earlier this year, bringing with it the end of its existing loyalty program. Any unused Stars that users have accrued will be lost by the end of September.
Last month the US Stars catalogue was bolstered by the addition of a wide selection of downloadable games that could be claimed with the virtual currency, but the European pickings have until now remained slim.
However, Eurogamer reports that over 60 titles have now been added to the European Catalogue. The selection includes, NES Remix (2,600 Stars), NES Remix 2 (5,600) and each of the Wii Sports re-releases (also at 5,600 Stars a piece) on Wii U.
3DS options include Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones (3,900), Pullbox (3,400) and Mario Tennis (2,800).