The Nintendo DSi and Nintendo 3DS games consoles are the perfect platforms for creative applications and games, allowing users to explore their creativity and express themselves through virtual drawing, painting, animation and graphic design.
The beauty of these kinds of applications is that they don’t require users to have expensive tools or equipment, years of classical art training or even that much artistic talent to create original and beautiful works of art.
By far the most popular of these games and applications is Art Academy, first released in 2009 and known for its useful and interactive creative lessons.
New Art Academy has now been revamped and rebooted for 2012 especially for the Nintendo 3DS console. There are courses of brand new lessons to take, new artistic techniques and tricks to master and new ways to display your art work. The new Nintendo 3DS Art Academy package also offers you the chance to share your art with your friends, as well as sharing and creating personal lessons.
The launch of the New Art Academy 3DS application on July 28th 2012 also happens to coincide, rather luckily, with the launch of the Nintendo 3DS XL console. Although this Nintendo 3DS games console has a longer battery life and more space for saved game data, it is the bigger screen and 90% larger view area that will excite fans of art packages such as the Nintendo 3DS Art Academy.
What better console could there be to complement this software than the Nintendo 3DS XL? Not only can you enjoy the New Art Academy Nintendo 3DS package as it stands on this super-large stereoscopic 3D screen, but owners of both game and console can look forward to accessing extra lessons with Art Academy DLC (downloadable content), which should be available soon.