Last night, Nintendo showed off a new downloadable 3DS app on the Nintendo eShop, titled Pop-up Print Club: Twinkle Deco Revolution. While Nintendo are the publisher, the title is actually developed by Atlus, as reported by Nintendo World Report.
Pop-up Print Club: Twinkle Deco Revolution simulates photo sticker booths in videogame arcades. You can adjust factors like sharpness and backgrounds before you take a picture, and after you’ve taken your shot, you can edit it using hand-drawn art, speech balloons and even make adjustments to the actual image itself via the touchscreen.
Pop-up Print Club costs 600 yen in Japan, and is available now.