- Number of Players
- Single Player
- Release Date
- 2nd Nov 2009, 500 points
- 25th Dec 2009, 500 points
- 22nd Apr 2009
- Sparkle Snapshots
Review Sparkle Snapshots (DSiWare)
Adults may find it excessive, but little girls will eat it up.
In 1995, Atlus joined with Sega to create the very first Print Club machine in Japan. Print Club was a special kind of photo booth with the ability for users to add decorative borders, graffiti, backgrounds, and clip-art 'stamps' to their images, which were printed out in sticker form...
About The Game
Take photos and embellish them to your heart's desire with Sparkle Snapshots.
Choose from a large variety of fancy frames, backgrounds, stamps and funny outfits to decorate your photos, or use the powerful paint program functions to manipulate them in detail.
Want to take a new photo and add it to your collection? Adjust the lighting conditions and lens type to match your subject and even use a shutter timer to allow yourself some extra time to get everything perfectly in place. Save your favorite snapshots in your Nintendo DSi Camera album and use Nintendo DS wireless communications to send your masterpieces to your friends. It's all the fun of a photo booth – and more – in the palms of your hands.
great... another boring, useless, and repetiative piece of cr- i mean an app. yeah an app.. dont we already have two cameras? not to mention the last one sucked...
Ah, but watch it rocket to #3 in the charts and stay there for a while. Games that make money are different to games that people enjoy it seems. And developers are definitely leaning towards the former.
I wouldn't be surprised, yeah. But perhaps they have more content than MySims Camera, who knows...
I doubt it will get to number three at that price
way too expensive 500 points that pathetic id rather get faceez
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