Remember Swapnote? Otherwise known as Nintendo Letter Box, the app let Nintendo 3DS users send each other messages drawn via the touchscreen through either the StreetPass or SpotPass functionalities of the system. Over the course of Swapnote's lifetime, Nintendo added features like new stationaries and ink colors, though its online functionality was eventually discontinued in 2013, with the cause likely being attributed to a string of cases where younger users had been sending illicit images through the app. Yet, despite Swapnote being discontinued for the better part of a decade, a new update snuck its way onto the 3DS eShop, for some reason. Even more confusing is the fact that the update specifies itself as one for "Swapnote Remastered", and the changelog consists of all of three words: "fixed some problems".
Swapnote Remastered (Released December 15, 2020)
Fixed some problems.
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