Nintendo has priced its first wave of downloadable content for its 3DS handheld at under £1.
The 3DS photo edit app, called Tobidasu Print Club Kiradeco Revolution, can now include a set of custom picture decoration tools if bought online for ¥100 (81p).
Last year, Nintendo chief Satoru Iwata warned developers that the high quantity of low-priced content – specifically on mobile games platforms – puts the value of games at risk.
But the Tokyo headquartered company is now keen to make its digital platforms more appealing to both customers and developers.
Further reading: Wii U and digital distribution: Your definitive guide