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Colors! 1.1



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To run Colors!, you need a Nintendo DS and a flash card.

Colors! works on all current Nintendo DSs (Original "Phat" DS, DS Lite, DSi, DS XL/LL), but pressure-sensitivity is only supported for the Original "Phat" DS and DS Lite.

An up-to-date list of what flash cards are supported and more infomation about the requirements can be found here.


Highlights
•Experience the most painting intuitive ever, using the little-known DS pressure sensitivity (not available on DSi & DSi XL/LL)
•Select from 10 different combinations of brushes to suit your style of painting
•Pick your color with the easy access eye-dropper or choose from the competent Hue-circle styled palette
•Learn how artworks are created by playing back the full creation process, stroke by stroke
•Browse through the online gallery and discover how each painting was created

Change log (1.1):
Unlimited .drw length - There is no more 1MB limit for those huge painting projects
Undo - A quick one-step undo, and better tools to be able to scroll through the playback of your painting
Improved latency and performance - Colors! is quicker and more precise than ever. Sketching has never been more responsive
Automatic full-screen pressure calibration - No more uneven pressure across the screen. It might even make your old throwaway DS usable again
Gallery integration - Browse, download, like and share directly from your DS using Wi-Fi
New UI - Cleaner, better, prettier. Just what you would expect from the most anticipated Colors! update ever
Export painting - Repaint your painting in 2x or 4x directly on the DS. It's slow, but it's worth it
Left/Right hand support - Configurate Colors! for left and/or right hand usage
One additional zoom-level - Get a better view of your painting by zooming out a step
New brush - A new bristle like brush that gives a more organic feel to your paintings
Colors! Magazine - A magazine in your pocket with a selection of paintings and interviews from the Colors! Gallery
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