Sure thing! Nintendo have made three different versions of the tear-strip, to date. (Tear strips including the company name on the strip, not including clear strips or recycle strips) It is only the Nintendo Wii and Nintendo DS that have games using all three versions of the Nintendo tear strips, which makes these extra special to collect for, in my opinion. Three Wii games lived through the entire period of switching between the three versions. (Mario Strikers Charged Football, The Legend of Zelda Twilight Princess and Mario Party 8)
1. Original, wide space red tear-strip. - This is essentially the same tear strip colour and spacing that had been used since back in the early NES days! The Wii had around 2 years of game production with this original strip. (2006 to late 2007/early 2008). Only 3 Wii games were made which only came available with this version of the tear-strip, due to fairly short production runs. (Pangya! Golf with Style, Kororinpa and Wing Island)
2. Second version, close spaced red tear-strip. - This version was only around between late 2007/early 2008-2009. The recycle logo is added to this tear strip along with more Nintendo's crammed across the strip.
I'm not sure why Nintendo created this version for such a short period of time. (Also considering that the original wide space tear strip had potentially been around since 1985 or so. (21 years!)) I have a feeling it may be to do with the size of the game boxes decreasing, mainly with the DS boxes, which meant that more Nintendo's were needed in close proximity across the box (For consumer impact). I'm guessing some algorithms were used to work out overlaps and potential for getting undesirable half of words across the game etc.
3. Third version, black/grey tear-strip - This has been around since 2009 and has remained the same up until present day. The Nintendo logos on this strip are smaller again so have more scope to be used on smaller cases in the future.
On a side note, Nintendo seems to be going back to the old red/white Nintendo colour scheme alongside with the announcement of the new Switch. Strangely enough on Nintendo.com they are showing the new white on red text logo but on Nintendo.co.uk the old grey logo is still in place.