Nintendo Releases New Snipperclips Trailer Ahead of Next Week's Launch

New trailer shows how you'll solve the game's puzzles through much trial and error.

By Logan Moore

February 25, 2017

Nintendo has released a new trailer for their upcoming Switch exclusive Snipperclips. This trailer shows two people working in tandem to complete a level from Snipperclips while going through trial and error to solve the stage’s puzzle. We also see the players using one Joy-Con controller each to play the game.

Snipperclips was also revealed recently to be a day one title for the Switch. The game will release on the Nintendo eShop on March 3 for the price of $19.99 in the US, Japan, and Europe. A demo for the game will also be arriving so that players can try the game out for themselves before purchasing it in full. With so few games arriving on launch day for the Switch, it’s nice to see another unique game be added to the day one slate.

While most people are probably purchasing the Switch on day one for the massive single player adventure of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the WildSnipperclips offers a unique co-op experience that you can share with your friends. I know that on a personal level, I typically like to purchase a multiplayer game of some sort when buying a new console because I want to share my new experiences on the new hardware with others. I’m incredibly happy to know that I’ll be able to play this next week with my friends when taking a break from my time in Hyrule.

Snipperclips and the Nintendo Switch both release next week on March 3. Be sure to stay tuned to our coverage on the console’s launch throughout next week and check out the new trailer for Snipperclips below.

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