Nintendo Letter Box lets you send 2D or 3D handwritten messages to your friends via StreetPass and SpotPass. No matter if your mates are on the other side of the road or the other side of the world, as long as they're registered on your friend list you can send them cool little notes. With stationery to unlock and options to add sound recordings and photographs, your messages are sure to be full of character whether you're swapping reminder notes, little letters, cute cartoons or pictures.
Have fun and go wild with your scribbles to make someone smile today! In a nutshell... You write out a personal message, select who it's going to, and whether you'll send it via StreetPass or SpotPass, then (Poof!) off goes your message on wireless wings to your friend's Nintendo 3DS system. You can send messages to just one person, or a whole group of friends! Make it 3D Jot down your message in simple 2D writing, or use a special pen to make your scribbles seem to pop out of the screen - why not go crazy and use both on one letter Play around with the effects and you're sure to create some really dynamic notes that are set to impress.
Feature a photo You can add a photo that you've taken with Nintendo 3DS Camera onto your little letters too - if you took the photo in 3D, then it'll display in 3D when your friend receives it. Attach a sound For a really personal touch you can add a short sound recording made with Nintendo 3DS Sound. Send up to five seconds of audio to turn your mail into a talking note, or even a musical message!
Set a date - Some sentiments are for a special day and shouldn't be opened before then. For those occasions when timing is everything, you can set a Date Stamp on your message, so your recipient can't sneak a peek before the day. It's an easy way to send little birthday messages, happy anniversary wishes, and much more... Unlockable goodies Write for rewards! The more letters you send, the more special stuff you can get your hands on, and don't worry, help is at hand: when you first start the software you'll meet Nikki, a friendly little Mii who will explain everything you need to know to get started, and she'll pop up again every time you unlock something new to tell you all about it!
Stationery rules! You can spend Play Coins (which you earn while walking around with your Nintendo 3DS system) on loads of different types of stationery - so whether you're after something with hearts and flowers for a certain someone, or want to send some old-school airmail, there's something for the occasion! Special notes To receive special messages from Nintendo all you need to do is ensure that SpotPass, and Special Letters are both turned on in the Settings part of the software. As well as news and info, who knows what you might get in the post How do I get it Don't forget, the application is completely free!
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