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16/01/2013 FGTV 2.72: Flipnote Studio and Colors 3D Get Children Creative Review
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Colors 3D and Flipnote studio provide two great way to interact with the DS and 3DS beyond only playing games. In this week's FamilyGamerTV, we talk to a gaming family about the ways that they get creative - and even learn - using DS and 3DS software.

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Flipnote Studio and Colors 3D Get Children Creative 3DS Review

FGTV 2.72: Flipnote Studio and Colors 3D Get Children Creative

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Improvement

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Metagame

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Colors 3D and Flipnote studio provide two great way to interact with the DS and 3DS beyond only playing games. In this week's FamilyGamerTV, we talk to a gaming family about the ways that they get creative - and even learn - using DS and 3DS software.

We discuss the free DSi tool Flipnote Studio, which allows users to create and simple animations with sound and share them online. For comparison, we discuss the 3DS app Colors 3D, which allows full painting of static scenes in 3D and is comparable to titles such as Art Academy.

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Written by Andy Robertson

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