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Kame Camera App Breathes New Life into Your Japanese Photo Memes

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Remember those photo memes that recently went viral? The one that features a classic Dragon Ball or Street Fighter inspired pose where someone blasts everyone off to kingdom come, and the one that’s inspired from Darth Vader’s signature force choke?

These photos are already fun as they are, but an app that can add even more to these shots that are intended to go viral has been released. It’s called the Kame Camera app and it’ll breath some Manga-inspired life into your photo memes.

Kame Camera

The Kame app enhances these photo memes by letting users add swirling flames and shock and lightning effects to their images with a few quick taps.

From Hadokening and Quiddiching to Vadering, this app has got most of these photo memes covered.

The Kame Camera app can be downloaded from Google Play and the iTunes App Store.

[via Laughing Squid]



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