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It’s that time of year again! Celebrate Halloween with ghoulish, scary, eye-popping Mut8shuns! With a new character set with ghoulish features, you feel like a mad scientist as you transform family and friends into demons, zombies, werewolves and other creations by mixing and matching various elements from each character!
iMut8r is a creative application that allows you to transform photos into terrifying portraits of macabre! The combinations are endless! With the ability to switch between genres, you can cross-morph your characters into wicked hybrids of horror!
With 7 character options to choose from, including Zombies, Vampires, Werewolves, Witches, Freakenthings, Demons, and the brand-new Ghouls, you’ll spend countless hours turning your friends into things that go bump in the night! With a unique fading feature, iMut8r allows you to realistically blend your Mut8shuns into your photos, enabling a realistic, disturbing, and often-hilarious finishing touch.
You will be amazed at how much fun it is to play with iMut8r, the combinations are endless, hours of fun Mut8ing your friends and family. Save your Mut8shuns to your Camera Roll. Add your Mut8shuns to your Facebook page. Bring your Mut8shun back into iMut8r and add a new character to it.
Designed and created by cinematic FX powerhouse Legacy Effects, iMut8r allows you to celebrate the spirit of Halloween year-round!
iMut8r - The evolution of horror… a revolution in iPhone entertainment!
iMut8r Tutorials are located here:
***** Some Useful Tips *****
Make sure you lock the “FADE” effect by clicking the Fade button a second time or it will not keep your setting when you change screens!
When positioning or scaling effect layers, ensure your fingers are on or ABOVE the object and of course stay clear of the navigation buttons. To move, slide your finger until effect is in desired place. Pinch in to shrink or out to enlarge. These effects will not function when fingers are below the object.
To rotate an effect layer plant one finger in place on or above object and rotate the other finger around it. This enables you to focus the rotation around a specific point. Rotation will not work if fingers are below effect.
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