As I mentioned yesterday, the 3DS is now officially a year old but I figured, why stop at just it’s birthday? Why not celebrate a few other things related to the 3DS? So the next few Little Nintendo Things will be just that. Today, we’re looking at the AR cards. Now these are a fun little distraction. They’re cards that the 3DS reads using it’s camera which can be used to make a bunch of different Nintendo characters in different poses. You can pose them how you want and make them interact if you’re creative enough. And if you scan the little box guy, you can even play a couple different AR games. None of them are very deep and you likely won’t use them much after you first get your 3DS but it is a neat way to show off what the 3DS can do. Not to mention, Kid Icarus: Uprising has cards that supposedly actually do stuff in game as well as look cool doing it so that’s a plus.
(AR Games - 3DS - 2011)

As I mentioned yesterday, the 3DS is now officially a year old but I figured, why stop at just it’s birthday? Why not celebrate a few other things related to the 3DS? So the next few Little Nintendo Things will be just that. Today, we’re looking at the AR cards. Now these are a fun little distraction. They’re cards that the 3DS reads using it’s camera which can be used to make a bunch of different Nintendo characters in different poses. You can pose them how you want and make them interact if you’re creative enough. And if you scan the little box guy, you can even play a couple different AR games. None of them are very deep and you likely won’t use them much after you first get your 3DS but it is a neat way to show off what the 3DS can do. Not to mention, Kid Icarus: Uprising has cards that supposedly actually do stuff in game as well as look cool doing it so that’s a plus.

(AR Games - 3DS - 2011)