A.K Rahming

The Switch had notably few launch games, but that did allow for the handful of offerings to get some solid exposure. One of those launch titles was Snipperclips by indie studio SFB Games. With it being published by Nintendo, some folks (myself included) assumed that it was developed by the company. But, the brother pair of Tomas and Adam Vian (the main guys at SFB Games) were actually the masterminds behind Snipperclips. This colorful, abstract puzzle game quickly caught attention after it launched alongside the Switch back in early 2017. However, it was not always supposed to end up in such a […]

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