List Of Messaging Applications For Nintendo Game Consoles
Ever since the introduction of the Nintendo DS in 2004, which is Nintendo's first gaming console to have wireless communication as a standard, Nintendo introduced a variety of instant messaging applications to suit each gaming console they released ever since. The following is a list of the messaging applications that was developed for Nintendo's consoles.
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... A game called Ping Pals is based on PictoChat, featuring an advanced range of options and capabilities ... However, both users must own the game, making it less useful and widespread than PictoChat ... Clubhouse Games (42-All Time Classics in Europe) has a chat function similar to PictoChat, with added colors and extra features ...
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