Skylanders Creator will let you bring your creation to life

A new free app coming this month will allow Skylanders fans to have their Skylanders creations printed on a t-shirt or a card or even printed in 3D and made into a working Skylanders toy to use in the game.

At launch only the United States and Europe will have the 3D printing option with Activision advising that cards will cost $15 USD and t-shirts $25 USD while the 3D printed toys will cost $50 USD. Each toy will come mounted on its own plastic stand and encased in a clear plastic dome.

The app uses the same creator as Skylanders Imaginators and players will be able to transfer creations from Imaginators to the app. New parts can be unlocked daily through Timed and Sensei Chests. The former providing new parts for a limited time each day and the latter giving users a brand new part every day.

The app launches in Australia and New Zealand on October 13, Europe on October 14 and North America on October 16.

Images: Polygon, Shacknews

Leo Stevenson
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