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Infinite Dreams Sculpts Itself an ESRB Rating for Pottery Game

Posted by Trevor Chan

Let's Create! Pottery spinning its way to DSiWare

We all know there's hardly any simulation games about pottery, so it's about time someone did something about it, right? Right?

Well, Infinite Dreams actually did do something to address that lacking genre last year when it released Let's Create! Pottery on the Apple App Store, and a recent Entertainment Software Rating Board classification has revealed that a DSiWare version is taking shape. Taken from the ESRB summary, the game is described as:

This is a simulation game in which players can create virtual clay pots. Players use on-screen gestures to transform lumps of clay that spin on a wheel; players can also customize their pottery with unique patterns and colors.

In the original for iOS devices, gamers are tasked with creating ceramic designs by utilising dozens of materials in order to customise their work of art. Will this be the first in a series of Let's Create! games to appear at the DSi Shop?

[via esrb.org]

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User Comments (15)

Retro_on_theGo

#1

Retro_on_theGo said:

I'm sure some people will enjoy this news. I don't think I'll be waiting on edge for more on this though.

MeloMan

#4

MeloMan said:

To be honest there's a lot of genres lacking. There's no toast making game, no ironing game, no watch the paint game, etc. I mean what gives? Who cares about pottery when you play Fix a Car Engine... (wait that might actually be good w/ the engine on the bottom screen and you close the top lid like a hood... hmmmmm...)

JeanLuc_Vaycard

#6

JeanLuc_Vaycard said:

Yes now I can finally put my Patrick Swayze mask to use! Finally after all this time I can make my womens wear the mask and we can reenact the Ghost scene over and over again. My dream has finally come true!

BulbasaurusRex

#10

BulbasaurusRex said:

@5 Stop giving them ideas. They may not care that you're being sarcastic.

I'm sick of DS simulation games that mimic activities that aren't even fun in real life. The lack of hardcore games in its library (much worse than on the Wii) is a big reason why I skipped the DS handheld generation entirely.

brandonbwii

#14

brandonbwii said:

If it has the ability to export your art as photos that would make me SLIGHTLY more interested.

@10
There aren't any hardcore games on DS? The entire library? Really? Maybe they're rare on the DSiware service itself but definitely not from the over 1000 titles on the system itself.

paperskyx

#15

paperskyx said:

I don't get it. Why is this even necessary? I'd rather make real clay pots.. You know, like in real life. Not virtually.

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