During the latest Nintendo Direct, Nintendo announced that Snipperclips: Cut it out together was getting a retail release in November. But Nintendo didn’t simply put the game the game on a cartridge, and the cartridge in a box. They also made sure the game would have some additional content, which is why the retail release is called Snipperclips Plus: Cut it out together!
So, what’s new in this expanded version of the game? First, there’s no less than 40 additional levels, bringing the total to over 100 (109 to be precise, as opposed to 69 for the original)! Those new stages can be found in comic book and science-inspired worlds. There’s also a brand new mode, where you get to play with a different shape every time. It allows you to revisit levels you’ve already beaten with a fresh twist.
Here’s everything that’s new:
- new stages (World and Party mode)
- new mode with ever-changing shapes
- Stamp Mode: allows you to create various pictures with other players
If you already own the original version of the game, there’s no need to worry about: you will be able to buy the additional content as DLC for this version. If you ever decide to go for the retail version anyway, keep in mind that save data isn’t compatible between the two versions, so you will have to start from scratch.
Here’s the overview trailer for Snipperclips Plus: Cut it out together:
Here’s the overview trailer for the DLC for the original version:
Also, in Japan, the game is now available for pre-purchase and pre-load on the Nintendo eShop (or via Nintendo’s website), though you will need to update your console to Ver. 4.0.0 before you can do that.
Here’s some additional details about the game:
- Genre: Communication / Action / Puzzle
- File size: 1.1GB
- Controllers: compatible with the Nintendo Switch Pro Controller
- Play modes: TV mode, Handheld mode, Tabletop mode
- Players: 1 to 4
- Languages: Japanese, English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Dutch
And here’s some more screenshots:
Snipperclips Plus: Cut it out together (Switch) comes out on November 10th worldwide.