Publisher MonkeyPaw, which should surely be hailed by retro/import gaming fans as heroes by now, has brought two more Japan-only PlayStation titles to the U.S.: Face's puzzler Money Idol Exchanger and Video System's shoot'em up Arcade Hits: Sonic Wings Special, both priced at $5.99 and available on PSN's Import Store in their original Japanese forms.

Money Idol Exchanger follows the familiar Magical Drop/Puzzle Bobble formula of stacking and matching objects (coins in this case) before they fill up your screen, except this one is presented with Japanese "idols" who have names like Mightdealer, Debtmiser, Everyworker, and Cherrybiter.

Arcade Hits: Sonic Wings Special combines features from the first three Sonic Wings/Aero Fighters vertical-scrolling shoot'em ups into one title. Sonic Wings Special features seven teams, 14 pilots, 26 different jets, 17 stages with multiple paths, and two-player, same-screen simultaneous play.

"We’ve been giving the import fans a run with some decidedly avant games from Japan," says MonkeyPaw president John Greiner. "Those in-the-know will appreciate Money Idol Exchanger and Sonic Wings Special for their contributions to the puzzle and shooter genres."