Two of the most acclaimed twin-stick shooters of recent memory are coming to Switch courtesy of Thalamus Digital, we can reveal.

Philip Bak's Bezier And Rob Fearon's Death Ray Manta may look like Geometry Wars wannabes, but they're superb takes on a tried-and-tested genre.

Our friends over at Eurogamer really like Bezier, giving it a 'Recommended' rating and stating:

Geometry Wars is a game of straightforward lines. Bezier, as its name suggests, is a game about curves and curveballs, from its arcane storyline, to its tangle of unusual systems. It doesn't take long for the beauty and artistry to rise from what, at first glance, seems like mere chaos.

Here are some shots of the PC version in action:

Eurogamer also gave Death Ray Manta a 'Recommended' badge, saying:

I'm used to games challenging me, frustrating me, entertaining me, making me think, and making me work for my rewards, but it took an accidental Saturday afternoon in the company of Death Ray Manta to make me realise that it's been far too long since a game made me feel unconditionally happy, and fortunate to live in a time of such fascinating toys.

Sound good? Here's Death Ray Manta in screenshot form:

Will you be getting both of these once they arrive on Switch? Let us know with a comment.