It's easy to get caught up in the numerous success stories we hear these days surrounding the Nintendo Switch, with major releases and indie games alike seemingly striving thanks to the popularity of the platform. That isn't always the case, though.

Matt Rix of Canadian studio Milkbag Games has taken to Reddit to discuss the sales of its stylish stunt-racer, FutureGrind. Sadly, he notes that the game "sold poorly", so the developer has decided to slash the price of the game just in time for its first anniversary.

"I'm really proud of our game FutureGrind, but it sold poorly, so we figured since it isn't going to make much money anyway, we'd rather have more people getting to play it."

The game did actually perform better on Switch than other platforms - Matt says that Switch was "by far" the best-selling version - but its overall sales were "still quite small compared to most games".

If you're interested in seeing what it's all about, you can grab it at a whopping 85% off for a limited time. It's available on the eShop for £1.34 / $1.49 until 29th January.

If you do decide to give it a go, make sure to let us know how you get on with it in the comments below.

[via gonintendo.com]