Art of Ink (DSiWare)

Game Profile

Pick a character, grip your stylus and ink your way to become the top tattoo artists in Art of Ink, the new Nintendo DSiWare™ game from Sabarasa.

Meet a crew of quirky characters, get to know their hopes and intimate secrets and select a tattoo that fits their personal history. Tattoos are very personal and each one should be unique!

Your Stylus turns into a powerful tattoo machine and you should use it with precision and responsibility. Keep your lines clean and your client comfortable or you are not getting tipped!

With three playable characters to choose from, follow their meteoric rise from newbie apprentices to Tattoo Masters as they face challenges from demanding celebrities and other prominent tattoo artists!

Welcome to the colourful world of tattoo culture!

Game Review


USA USA Version

Posted by Ron DelVillano

Awesome ink

All right, let’s be serious for just a minute. Who here hasn’t dreamed about the glitzy and glamorous lifestyle that comes with being a tattoo artist? Well, now you can finally fulfill your fantasy with the release of Art of Ink from Sabarasa for...

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User Comments (4)



slidecage said:

Would of paid 200 day one...
Might of paid 500 after a very good review
will never pay 800 unless a 8 out of 10 and a VERY long game (10+ hours)

i doubt any of that will happen



3DSx6iRL said:

Does anyone have tips as to how to not make the customer shriek in pain ? I'm becoming very annoyed by the fact that all I did was make a teensy little dot and the customer says OUCH. So I release the stylus to let the pain meter go down then touch the tattoo design again only to have the customer shriek in pain again. Is this game touch sensitive or is there some kinda secret to etching without the customer feeling the pain so bad ??

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