Abylight Studios has announced Qbics Paint, placing 3D modelling and painting at your fingertips thanks to the Nintendo Switch touch screen.
The project has been financed by the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports, and players can sculpt blocks with their own fingers to free the Qbics hiding within, and, using the touch screen, you can paint and customise them with a 24-colour palette.
The Creation Mode will let you freely sculpt and paint without restriction, while Image Mode provides a wide range of stock images to help spark your creativity. There are more than 50 models to unlock, with Sculpt and Paint rounding out the game’s modes.
Qbics Paint will release on the Nintendo eShop for Nintendo Switch in 2017.