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Snipperclips is a co-op video game for the Nintendo Switch. It was a launch title for the system. In the game, each player controls an anthropomorphized shape. Using a snipping mechanic, each player can alter the other's shape, which is necessary for the players to solve puzzles.
Snipperclips (subtitled "Cut It Out Together!") was developed by SFB Games and published by Nintendo. Nintendo announced it in January of 2017 and the game was released on March 3rd, 2017, as a launch title for the Switch.
Snipperclips has received mostly positive reviews. IGN noted that while the game is short and not necessarily too challenging, it's puzzle design and art style make it a joy to watch and play. Polygon called it the "anti-Mario Party," as it is a multi-player Nintendo product that is based on cooperation rather than competition. The game has a Metacritic score of 81/100 based on 55 reviews as of April 11th, 2017.
Though the game does not have dedicated social media pages, the game has generated a fandom from popular Let's Play streams. Game Grumps began uploading daily episodes of themselves playing the game on March 19th (shown below, left). PeanutButterGamer began uploading episodes on the 3rd (shown below, right).
One LP channel, Jaltoid, played the game and suggested it was essentially Rule 34 for kids.