Freeze me (Rainy Night Creations, 2015) employs a camera with magical abilities as a core game mechanics. Taking pictures freezes the objects photographed, transforming the metaphor of the freezing of time through photographic capture into a feature usually seen in game weapons.
FreezeME is a A 3D platformer in the style of the 90s-era but wait there is a twist! The main character “R” has one special tool – a camera around her neck. This camera allows her to literally freeze the objects she photographs.
Spirit Camera: The Cursed Memoir (TECMO KOEI GAMES and Nintendo, 2012).
Spirit Camera […] is a spin-off game in the Fatal Frame series, co-developed by Tecmo Koei and Nintendo for the Nintendo 3DS. The game comes with an “AR notebook”, the titular Diary of Faces, which the player uses in conjunction with the game.
Spirit Camera utilizes the capabilities of the Nintendo 3DS, which acts as the game’s Camera Obscura, the signature “weapon” of the Fatal Frame series. The game uses the gyro sensors and 3D cameras to create a “visceral” gaming experience.
In the game’s story and most minigame modes, ghosts will appear in the player’s environment, and will try to attack them. The player must use the Camera Obscura’s abilities to damage and defeat these spirits by photographing them with the L and R buttons. The player must also turn in all directions, as spirits hit by the camera will vanish and reappear beside or behind the player a few seconds later. Spirit Power, used for extra damage, can be charged by keeping the spirit within the camera reticle to charge the meter. The default Zero Lens is the only lens in the game that charges Spirit Power; all other lenses (mainly used for investigation) do not have this ability, though they can still be used in battle. Regardless of lenses, players can still halt a spirit’s attack by shooting when the camera reticle turns red.
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Magic Hour (Wolf in Motion Ltd, 2016)
With Magic Hour, get started with VR photography! Take beautiful pictures by exploring an island lit in the perfect light and experiment with an accurate virtual SLR camera that incorporates all the physics of a real camera, in VR.