The other Nintendo 3DS Augmented Reality Games revealed
3D augmented reality features are one of the most interesting features in 3DS, It contains two camera lenses to take 3D pictures around you and overlay a game onto it.
AR games will take you a great experience when they come out!
There are about six new augmented reality games will login nintendo 3DS, Nintendo has demo’d one of the games, about the other five , we still don't know them, but today,anonymous member released the news and pictures in wired. these games include AR Shot,Fishing,Graffiti,Sta r Pics and Mii Pics.
Some of the names may change when these games are officially released.
Also there are some pictures and description details below.
Nintendo’s AR Games for 3DS
This game is described by our source as a sort of combination of pool and miniature golf. You aim at the ball with a cue stick and hit it around the course, hoping to sink it in the hole at the far end. You can walk around the surface of the table to take shots from different angles. This game was also described in a forum post by a British journalist with a 3DS.
Your table becomes a fishing pond, and you lower and raise your rod into the water to pull out bigger and bigger fish. Eventually, a shark might pop out of the water (and out of your screen using the 3-D effect). Our source was quite impressed with the control of the fishing rod and the visual effects that transform your surface into a pool of water.
A 3-D drawing application in which you can use several different paintbrushes and other visual effects, including fire. You can then manipulate the resulting 3-D image, using the 3DS buttons to make it spin around or bounce.
Many of the AR Games, including the one that Nintendo demonstrated to Wired.com, are played using a card with an image of a yellow question mark. Star Pics is played with other cards in the package that feature famous Nintendo characters: Mario, Link, Kirby, Samus Aran and Pikmin.
When you point the 3DS’ cameras at these cards, 3-D models of the characters appear on your table. You can pose them in different positions, then save pictures of scenes you create.
Very similar to Star Pics, but it uses Mii caricatures that players make of themselves. (You can import your Miis from your Wii console into your Nintendo 3DS.) Nintendo made an oblique reference to this game in its official 3DS literature, calling it “an interactive photo shoot with your Mii characters.”