Posted on 30th Aug 2012 @ 2:05 PM
While big names video game compaines pumping out platformers, shooters etc., for the, sometimes the best gem comes from the homebrew scene as player themself create a game and/or apps that is meant for player on what they actually like and find useful for their R4 3DS system. This has been the case with a true gem of a freeware application called Colors DS. Colors DS has since gone on to tremendous fame in the form of an application for the iPhone and the iPad. It's actually one of the most reviewed and loved digital painting apps in the iOS App Store. And it all started on the good old Nintendo DS system. Indie developers often come of with some of the most amazing applications. While some of them lack the polish of a commercial app, they offer functions we all wish we had in our game systems.
Colors DS Filled a gap. While the DS, DSi and the Nintendo 3DS all game a built in painting application, it's lacking a slew of features that could actually make it a useful or creative application. Colors DS took those limitations and enhanced the experience of creating your own digital paintings on your hand held console. With multiple brushes, colors and different effects, even those of us who are artistically challenged can create something truly wonderful.
This is one of our favorite homebrew apps if not one of THE best apps you'll find Simply called "Colors!" It's our favorite because the possibilities ae truly endless. You create a drawing, upload it via wifi and share it with other Colors DS users on the official website. There are actually several websites that have popped up for the art created on Nintendo DS, DSi and 3DS systems. Recently, since the introduction of the iPhone / iPad version, those sites also include the drawings from those devices.
The niffy little program allows you to create your very own painting on the go! , Beautiful sharp coloring is definitely a sight to behold , Of course , first u would need the R4 3DS for your NDS, Download their app from their website "Colors!" , then transfer to your NDS and let your creative juice do the painting !