Famicam 64 iPhone App Review

| October 13, 2017

Famicam 64 for iPhone is an application to persuade anyone who enjoys gaming and specifically if you are old and craggy enough to remember retro gaming from the 1980’s to 1990’s. Designed by Ruben Frosali, the app has fetched an awe-inspiring rating of 4+ on the App Store. It aids in snapping a picture of anything through its camera filter and ultimately emulate the style of retro computers and games from the era of Mega Drive’s, SNES’s, old VGA graphics cards for PC, and so forth. It is a free application.

8-bit Photo Editing Suite with multiple modules

The interface of Famicam 64 iPhone app is idiosyncratic and clean as a whistle. Once after successful installation, the launch of the app begins a standard procedure of allowing it to access the camera. It all begins with snapping a picture with retro icons aesthetically placed on the bottom to add multiple layers to create a unique experience. An eye allows you to preview the image without icons and a retro floppy disc brings up your share option, whereby you can AirDrop, iMessage, add to Notes, save as a PDF to iBook’s, or upload to your social media app of choice. It brings modules as draw – to pixel-sketch on your photo with different colors, effects, and retro brushes, text – add captions with awesome 8-bit and retro font, Sprites – more than 350 retro-inspired sticker and frames – turn photos into old game covers, vintage CRT screen or even a screenshot straight from Minecraft or Pokémon. It is a free download and supports only English. The app requires iOS 6.0 or later. It is compatible with all versions of the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.

Famicam 64 iPhone App Review

Customization and Sharing on the go

Famicam 64 iPhone app holds plethora of customization tool to bring unique effect on the images. The pencil icon allows for a change in color texture, and by clicking on the little green monster image in the middle, bring up the Sprite menu – more than a hundred of possible options for adding retro sprites to your image, of everything from old fashioned text-like emoticons, to items from a wealth of games such as swords or guns, costumes and items and a range of monsters.

Besides this, there are 18 translucent overlays which render the image in a brand-new filter, anything from a scratched screen to the original video game box-set replication from the era, to specific styles from games. The creation can be easily shared among the peer by social media platform as Facebook, WhatsApp, Snapchat, Tumblr and many more. If you are a gamer, secure a free copy to mesmerize a new methodology of sharing pictures.


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