‘Little You’ game encourages kids to create custom anime figurines launches

Little You, the not-so-typical game, aims to encourage kids to get creative by using their imagination to make unique custom anime figurines that can be printed in 3D and delivered at your door. The brand-new application launched on 18 February, and it is available to play.

This will boost kids’  eagerness to explore and create something exclusive, the application offers a total customisable experience, with the development and design of their own avatar, from modeling and coloring to physically accessorise the characters.

“The most fun part about Little You is the customisation, which not only allows you to physically customise characters but also go in complete depth, and by that, we mean you can change it piece by piece. Ranging from the modeling features like headwear, glasses, costumes, bags, accessories to even the character expression, you have complete hold of everything,” states  Little You founder Christina Guo.

The game is linked to a reward system, which means it completely revolves around points, which are earned through one means or another. Also, the reward system allows children to get their creation 3D printed out completely free of cost.

“There are various advantages of our reward system. The children get the confidence to make new characters and showcase their creativity, while people get to watch them and further like them,” affirms Christina Guo.

With the idea in mind, the founder and idealiser of Little YouChristina Guo, knows how important it is to nurture and encourage children’s creativity through introducing programming, 3D and design at an early age. Little You was developed with this concept in mind. With the help of talented developers, the project came up even better than expected.  

“With the help of some amazing developers, we managed to create something totally creative and lifelong, experiencing the magic of 3D printing,” confirms Christina Guo.

Little You is available only on web browsers. The game is free to play and only charges for the 3D print toy. The 3D toys are currently shipped to BelgiumCanadaGermanyLuxembourgthe Netherlands, the United Kingdomthe United States of America and the U.S. Virgin Islands, soon to be expanded to global shipment.