Nintendo Direct Trailer for Snipperclips Plus: Cut it Out Together Looks Fun! (VIDEO)


A lot of amazing news has been coming out of the Nintendo Direct today! We’ve seen lots of announcements for the Switch and 3DS and one of these was a trailer for the expanded Snipperclips Plus: Cut it out Together. The puzzle game developed by SFB Games was originally released on March 3rd as a launch title for the Nintendo Switch eShop, but the new version is looking to be even better!

In Snipperclips Plus, players must work together to solve puzzles by snipping each other’s paper characters into the shapes needed to win. The trailer boasts 5 worlds to play through, as well as two brand new worlds for the family to enjoy, or get really frustrated at, either way. The new worlds are called “comic book” and “toy box” and there are now three brand new Blitz Mode activities, and even a Stamp mode where players can create their own artwork. Check out the trailer below!

In the game’s Blitz mode, there can be up to 4 players at one time and once stages are completed, players can then challenge themselves by replaying them with completely random body shapes. Overall, the title looks frustrating, but oh so much fun, so grab your best friends and family to take Snipperclips to the next level on November 10th with the physical edition or downloadable content!

What do you think of the new and improved Snipperclips Plus: Cut it out Together? Is this a game you could get into? Let us know in the comment section below and then head to the Don’t Feed the Gamers Twitter page to stay updated on all the hottest gaming and pop culture news 24/7! Did you see that there was a ton of new information about Super Mario Odyssey revealed today? You can read all about it right here!

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