As great as the Wii U was (and there's a good reason why the majority of its library has reappeared on its successor), it was never a 'cool' console. Nintendo's mixed messaging and marketing did little to endear it to anybody who wasn't a total devotee to all things Mario — something the company remedied with its next hardware offering from the very outset.
The Switch immediately grabbed your attention and that slick reveal video that debuted four years ago demonstrated succinctly how Nintendo games could fit into your everyday life thanks to this neat little device. We might joke about impromptu rooftop parties and the like, but the promise of that reveal trailer has been borne out in the years since launch and we've all enjoyed the convenience of the console.
Switch got off to a flying start thanks largely to the fact it launched with one of the best Zelda games ever made, but there was a strong selection of support players bolstering the starting line up in that period before we knew how the console dealt with more than twelve game icons on the home screen.
Nintendo would go on to deliver a stellar line up for the remainder of 2017, including Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Super Mario Odyssey, Splatoon 2 and ARMS (yes, we love ARMS!), but today we're thinking back to that very first time we powered on our hybrid console on launch day. It goes without saying that Breath of the Wild is a strong candidate for 'Best Launch Game Ever', but today we want to remember the 'little guys' that launched alongside it on 3rd March 2017 in the West, either physically or digitally.
There's a poll at the bottom of the page, but first let's saddle up and mosey on down memory lane to the simpler times of 2017...
Yes, it really should have been a pack-in. No, it's not the most in-depth game in the world. However, as a showcase for the console's unique features — and a launch game that your granny can join in with — 1-2-Switch is a quality product. It's no Wii Sports, but its unusual gameplay (much of which is built around not looking at the TV screen) can be great fun when you've got the requisite players around the TV.
We pity the poor player who bought this full price at launch, drawn in by ice cubes and cow-milking, but lacking the friends and family to enjoy it with. Still, this can still be a winner with the right crowd.
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Fast RMX (Switch eShop)
An updated version of Fast Racing Neo on Wii U, Shin'en's Fast RMX offered up some speedy futuristic racing at launch that lived up to its title. Demonstrating from the off that silky smooth 60 fps and 1080p visuals were possible on Switch, this was a fine game that still ranks up there with the best racing games on the console.
I Am Setsuna (Switch eShop)
This Square Enix-published title provided a solid, old-school adventure for RPG fans looking for a nostalgic experience in Switch's very early days. I Am Setsuna might have been a little no-thrills in places, but it played its role in the console's starting roster admirably and held the fort until fresh arrivals brought genre support later in the year.
Just Dance 2017 (Switch)
A very familiar face, Ubisoft's Just Dance 2017 was another family-friendly addition to Switch's initial batch of offerings. 1-2-Switch might have highlighted the new features of those diminutive little Joy-Con controllers, but this game showed they could function perfectly well in the old 'Wiimote' role, too.
Skylanders Imaginators (Switch)
Remember how big Toys-to-Life was for a few years there? Coming at the tail end of the craze, Skylanders Imaginators made sure that Nintendo's Zelda amiibo weren't the only expensive bits of plastic vying for your cash once you'd added the new console in your basket.
To be fair, if you already had Skylanders toys around the house, this was a good way to breathe some new life into them and it also didn't require the big portal accessory, either, with the figures scanning into the game directly via the right Joy-Con.
Shovel Knight: Specter of Torment (Switch eShop)
Shovel Knight: Specter of Torment is a standalone prequel to the original Shovel Knight (Shovel of Hope) that has Specter Knight recruiting the other Knights into the Enchantress' Order of No Quarter. It's another fine slice of 8-bit inflected gaming and we enjoyed every minute of it. Still, if you can't get enough of Knight-based retro-flavoured gaming, there was an even better Switch launch title on offer...
Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove (Switch eShop)
Two Shovel Knights? Actually, we talked to Sean Velasco from Yacht Club recently about the slightly confusing branding of the Shovel Knight series, although it's really not too tough to work out if you're paying attention. As the name suggests, Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove is the complete package with everything. That's all the other Shovel Knight games which launched over time as separate releases (yes, including Specter of Torment). Owners of the original game were upgraded to Treasure Trove for free, and the first Shovel Knight campaign was rebranded as Shovel Knight: Shovel of Hope and made available separately for new players.
Snipperclips - Cut it out, together! (Switch eShop)
The game that showcased the console's facility for couch co-op gaming, Snipperclips was an early indie hit on the system and one which made those detachable Joy-Con immediately make sense. It would go on to get an updated physical release, and now you can't move for quality co-op options on the Switch eShop, but Snipperclips was there at the very beginning.
Super Bomberman R (Switch)
Super Bomberman R was a very pleasant surprise, and another game which showed off the console's local multiplayer chops. With up to eight-player support, it may have been a little no-frills, but the foundation here was excellent and Konami would go on to support the game with additional content over time. A very welcome reminder that Konami still make video games every so often, and good ones too.
So, now you've had your memory refreshed, let us know your favourite Switch launch game by clicking the the title below and hitting the 'Vote' button:
Thanks for voting — make sure you're doing that in the real world, too, assuming you're eligible! Once that's taken care of, feel free to discuss the Switch launch line up below.
Shovel Knight was/is definitely worth getting no matter when you dig in!
Breath of the wild for me...
Edit: i am setsuna was good. Nice jrpg.
Not the best lineup... :-/ I'm glad I brought my Switch in 2019.
Switch deserves a better Bomberman game!
Fast RMX was pretty fun and I still break it out every now and then whenever I happen to have my friends over.
It doesn't have quite the same amount of charm as F-Zero had but the gameplay feels really smooth and it looks really clean, especially for a budget title.
FAST RMX for moi, between the amazing vistas of Breath of the Wild sessions and the odd jump into Super Bomberman R. when in the need for speed came came crawling FAST RMX was always enought to scratch that hitch.
Can we count Master Blaster Zero? If was so close to launch. I played that before BotW.
Shovel knight( either one honestly) and 2nd is fast rmx
Snipperclips is wonderful. It was a blast bringing my Switch into work and playing through it with a friend.
Yeah Shovel Knight is great, but you can play it pretty much anywhere.
Fast RMX and Shovel Knight, of course. Great games, although far from being system sellers. If Switch sold so much, it was because of Zelda. That's it.
And Mario Kart not long later.
Shovel Knight is amazing! Bomberman is good! Snipperclips is fun!
But BotW is the one!
I may be the only one who votes for it, but Skylanders Imaginators.
My son has played it to bits.
@Dang69 Blaster Master Zero would absolutely get my vote if it was on the list, one of my absolute favourites on the Switch!
Having Shovel Knight on here almost feels unfair, but I really had a great time with Snipperclips too. Was my go-to when showing off the Switch to friends.
Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove then FAST RMX.
Out of all of these Snipperclips is the only one I've played.
Fast RMX, hands down.
Snipperclips for the win!
Technically NES Golf was a hidden launch title. Not given a chance at the crown in the poll, though!
I played fast RMX for about 5 minutes before getting bored because it's not F-Zero and I didn't really enjoy shovel knight
Snipperclips is by far the best non-Zelda launch title, but it is pretty meaningless against the behemoth that is BotW
Fast RMX or Bomberman would've been my choice even if Zelda was an option tbh
Was not there for launch day (was busy helping Aloy), but will say growing up on NES in the 80's the BOTW posters in Target keep me thinking and thinking...8 months after that I am 1 of 60 million, a year after, yet to turn on my PS 4 Pro, the Force is strong with this "one"!!!
I didn't get my Switch until the latter half of 2017 (around when Odyssey released), and as such never played any of the launch games (other than BotW, eventually).
Blaster Master 0 & Shantae: 1/2 Genie Hero were probably the two other "early" games I went back to play that I'd rate.
@Rhaoulos It's as close to F-Zero as we're gonna get before Nintendo get off their arses and bother to make a new one. I mean we'll be waiting a while because a new F-Zero would require A) Nintendo to make a new game, B) Nintendo to remember the F-Zero franchise and C) Nintendo to realise that fans want a new F-Zero title AND care enough about the fans to actually go through with it
I voted for Skylanders just to troll.
did switch have a skylanders game. lol. Dont know why they dont actually release a compilation of them which dosent need the figures.
@Yanina Honestly I don't know what else people who only bought Zelda are expected to do here.
I mean hell, Skylanders is the only game here I didn't buy (I also didn't know it existed until just now) and I nearly voted for it for a laugh. I admire you friend.
I bought my Switch because of BotW. But Shovel Knight is a top 5 game of all time on my personal list, along with BotW (that sits firmly at #1).
You know what... I'm here to tell you it was 1-2-Switch. It did a great job of introducing new players to the full range of gimmicks that the Switch had to offer, all in one quirky little package.
Now. Was it worth the cost of a full price game? Absolutely not. Not even close. This really should have been packaged free with the Switch at launch, and that fact that it was released with nothing at all was a bad choice (not that they were hurting for sales)
Take Zelda out and it looks like Microsoft's launch line up this year!😉
Didn't buy any of those
@Dang69 I came on here to say exactly this about Blaster Master. Soooooo good
Fast RMX deserves the vote for showing what the Switch could do with a quality dev team on the job.
The smoothness and visual quality of this game puts to shame some of the efforts on Switch 3 years later.
This told us the Switch can do it/anything at 1080p if programmed correctly.
Super Bomberman was an over-priced disappointment. Made for some fun multiplayer moments though! Fast RMX was my favorite at launch aside from BotW. I sold 1-2 Switch in Winter because it was only fun a few times
For me, it's between FAST RMX and I Am Setsuna, since those are the only two I have on the Switch (I count Shovel Knight as a Wii U game). Even though FAST RMX is a great game, it's really only an updated Wii U game, so I chose I Am Setsuna. It's a good game - not Breath of the Wild good, but good - and the type of game (JRPG) that the Wii U lacked a decent supply of, which made it even more desirable for me.
👏 Super 👏 Bomberman 👏 R is 👏 Underrated
I never played shovel knight bu I know for a fact its better then 1-2 switch.
This has been a reminder that the Switch launch lineup was pretty poor for those of us who had a Wii U. 1-2 Switch should have been a pack in game, Bomberman was poor at launch and pretty much everything else was available on Wii U. In fact the first genuine Switch game I remember buying was probably Mario Odyssey
I'm going snipperclips, it was such a fun game to play through with my SO
@HotGoomba its not bad now but was a bit rubbish at launch and far from the best entries in the series
I have to reject the premise somewhat. I consider MK8D and Disgaea 5 to be major launch-period titles. The wait wasn't very long at all...
Shovel Knight ofc!
Snipperclips for me. Such a great game to play for quick sessions with others. Has a ton of charm too
Dark times, I bought Spector of Torment and loved it to death, then found out there was no discount to upgrade to Treasure Trove so I had to essentially buy it twice 😑
I just realized that I bought only Zelda of the Launch line up.
It was extremely weak IMHO.
I was probably in a very small minority of people who bought a Switch at launch and didn't buy Zelda. Still haven't to this day in fairness.
I didn't realise it at the time but looking back that is a pretty poor launch line up. Especially when comparing to the upcoming PS5
When you remove BotW from the equation you realize just how pants the launch lineup really was
Bomberman R is pretty good! I still play it here and there, and always a good party game to pull out!
No Zroom in the Night Sky option? You disappoint me.
Wasn't exactly a launch title, but a week after launch day Blaster Master Zero came out. That'd be my pick, I got it with almost no knowledge of what it was and was greatly surprised at how excellent it turned out to be. Still hoping they do a third game.
Aside from that, it's kind of shocking to see just how hard Zelda carried the Switch at launch. Frankly, this is an awful launch lineup; it really drives home what an impact BotW had. All those sold out stores across the world were because of ONE game (which technically was available on another cheaper console).
Besides BotW, I had Fast RMX and Shovel Knight Treasure Trove. Of the last two I liked Shovel Knight the most. However all of them are great.
I got a Switch pretty much for Arcade Archives... where’s the shoutout to Hamster? They are the virtual console now as far as I’m concerned
Snipperclips impressed me a lot at the Nintendo switch event. First digital game I downloaded onto the switch
Since I already played Shovel Knight on 3DS, FAST RMX was my favorite (non-BotW) launch title.
I'm going with Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove for this one; I even liked it a bit more than Breath of the Wild. It's amazing how a Kickstarter-funded game resulted into one of the best indie games of all time.
"Switch deserves a better Bomberman game!"
Super Bomberman R may not be "great", but it is nice to get another one after the franchise missed out on last generation and even then, the many updates it received then made a huge difference.
If you want a bad game in a somewhat similar style to Bomberman, there's Flip Wars.
Snipperclips. And it needs a sequel!
I vote for The King of Fighters '98 fron HAMSTER's ACA NEOGEO launch lineup, with Metal Slug 3 as a close second. I bought BotW on WiiU, so these are actually it for me on launch day (on my JP account, so I got those day one). 3rd is FAST RMX.
@NinChocolate Don't worry, I got it.
Even though i picked shovel knight, I loved fast rmx too
I got my Switch "bundled" with BOTW and Shovel Knight digital codes back in April of 2017.
@mjharper my thoughts, exactly!
I had to wait a week to get a switch, but hey, it was only a week. Many people had to wait longer.
I am Setsuna. Then fast RMX.
I bought mine with Yoshi crafted world, and Snipperclips. Played both again today and they're both still so much fun playing with a friend!
I would of picked Shovel Knight if it was the full complete game at launch and not almost complete.
good grief that launch line up was bad. Switch's success is literally breath of the wild. Then riding the wave of fortnite and uptick with animal crossing.
What do they even have planned for the successor? Is a Wii U part 2 on the horizon? Could be.
Better hope Metroid Prime 4 releases by the end of the switch 2's lifetime. Silver lining is it will probably still debut before doom eternal gets ported.
Was Snakepass at launch? I thought it was pretty cool. 1-2 Switch looked like a beta at best for the system. But it sold well for such a half baked game, I guess Nintendo knows best.
I may not have it yet (lack of funds in the launch window, a growing snowball of JRPG priorities later... and in fact, my first Switch JRPG purchase, Fire Emblem Warriors, would only happen almost a YEAR after getting the console), but my obvious nerd choice is I Am Setsuna. Genre bias, folks, genre bias.
I got BotW, Snipper clippers and 1-2 Switch at launch.
I was hoping for a second Wii Sports with 1-2 Switch and hot highly disappointed. Also Snipper clippers only got 1 hour of our time as my wife didn't like it and it was no fun as a solo game. So I will not vote here.
I didn't get this thing at launch and a few months later actually...anyways I started with Thumper, soooooo....
Fast RMX was my main launch title as Zelda arrived a day late, I voted Shovel Knight treasure trove though, was amazing a few months later when I was done with Zelda
Skylanders was great fun. I don't know if it was a financal success. I don't think so. And it was a money-sink for shure. But I had a LOT of fun with it!
One of the most underrated games on Switch. Like Ghost Recon on 3DS as a launch title. Very good game!
The only one of these that I've got is Shovel Knight and that's on the Wii U. Aside from Zelda, none of the Switch launch games were essential purchases for me. Unfortunately Nintendo very rudely released far more interesting games over the course of 2017 which meant the rest of the launch games got none of my hard-earned coins.
Hmmm I forget when I got my switch. Must have been partway through 2018.
Actually it was definitely late 2018. I picked one up used a bit after Pokemon Let's Go! Pikachu and Eevee were released. I was stoked for those games as an original Pokemon fan. They were a bit disappointing, but still pretty.
On topic, the only launch title I got was Bomberman...hardly played it. Just never been my thing, would probs be more fun to experience with 4 players. Had Fast RMX on Wii U, and it was pretty sweet. Had the original Shovel Knight on 3DS, really should get the collection! It was an OK release lineup, buoyed by Breath of the Wild. Can't really think of any 'sensational' launches really, ha. It's always either a smattering of decent games, or one awesome flagship title beside one mediocre one.
I'll have that cat talking about only 2017 kids will remember, know breath of the wild was also the only switch game I had for a while when I got mine a full year later in april...... and Mario odyssey was already out by then, Kirby was the only other game I had by June.
Snipperclips easily. It’s exclusive and there is nothing else like it.
Still waiting for Fast RMX on a physical cartridge.
@Marios-love-child I mean the ps5 lineup isn't looking great either, one of the most talked about games is a remake, another game looks like it could have been tacked on to the existing game it's packaged with in the deluxe edition, ratchet and clank is not Jak 4, godfall has potential though.
FAST RMX for me, easily. I wasn't fond of HD Rumble at all until I played this game. Ever since, I've been literally hooked on HD Rumble to the point where I refuse to play HD Rumble intensive games on my Switch Lite.
Oh, and FAST RMX is a superb game. Absolutely fantastic, hectic racing action. Beautiful looking game, too. If you were ever on the fence for this game, I'd easily recommend it.
Didn't play Fast RMX but hear great things and wish I still held on to Super Bomberman R after they fleshed it out more post-launch (especially surprised they brought Max back out of nowhere) and Snipperclips still is a great party puzzler but gotta go with the ol' reliable of indies, Shovel Knight; especially since it's one of my favorite games in general and the then new Specter of Torment campaign was so much fun.
SnippetrClips for me! Though a very close second for Fast RMX.
I won't disagree with you but it's still 10 times better than the list above.
And I do say that as a Nintendo fan boy.
Wasn't the greatest launch line up for the Switch but a brilliant first year over all
Definitely Breath of the...oh.
1-2 Switch is one of the best cases of dead on arrival I ever heard of. It should've been a built-in software, not a $50 title.
so happy Shovel Knight is leading this poll. I legit replay it all the time, have the amiibo and all that. This game is a GEM!!!!
Super Bomberman R made me like Bomberman games. Played the campaign on Co-Op with my brother at the time, which has been a rare occasion after being stationed in India. Put dozens of hours in the online multiplayer. While it was lacking content at launch, R really grew to be a great retail-quality Bomberman game and was the best launch game regardless.
I still like 1-2-Switch though. A bit on the expensive side, but I still pop it out from time to time because it's a great icebreaker and a very accessible Party game.
Shovel Knight. Nuf’ Said.
Shovel Knight for sure. If you haven't played it yet you gotta make it your next game!
Treasure trove winning by a landslide as it should 😌
Seems odd that Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove and Spector of Torment are being counted separately here. Treasure Trove is the correct answer all the way (it has EVERYTHING!), but the main appeal was still the fact that day-one Switch owners got the new campaign months before it came to other platforms.
At the very least, Spector of Torment was the best Switch launch exclusive.
I feel like FAST RMX was a great game to play in between Zelda sessions and really showed off some sweet visuals, so I am picking that.
Other - no really. Breath of the wild
Went with Bomberman despite being torn between it, Snipperclips and 1-2 Switch. I only chose Bomberman because I put more time into it then the others. However in all honesty all three of these games were better then the train wreck that was Breath of the Wild. Although this is just my opinion.
WHERE'S Blaster Master Zero?! THAT is my pick.
Fast RMX. I don't tend to play racing games much, and only bought it because there wasn't much else to play, but I just couldn't put it down. Brilliant game.
I actually stopped playing BOTW around 20 hours in and didn't go back for months because of how much I was playing Fast RMX.
You forgot Blaster Master Zero.
Snipperclips was made by the Super Flash Brothers, who made flash games like Haunt the House. I remember playing them in school as a kid, so that’s the one for me.
I voted for Shovel Knight but my choice definitely would have been VOEZ if it was on the list.
There were other games besides BOTW? Who would have thought..... With that said, aside from Just Dance (picked it up for my daughter), I have not played any of the others on the list.
Fast RMX was my personal favorite not-Zelda launch game, but we had some good times with Bomberman and Snipperclips too.
Fast RMX followed by Shovel Knight Treasure Trove but that would be the case even including BotW.
@Marios-love-child To me this list is a bit crazy because I thought it had a good lineup myself (I also got it a year later though), so this seems to show me the only time any consoles had a truly good launch lineup may have been the 5th gen or whichever one the Xbox, dreamcast, ps2 and GameCube were a part of. I feel like they all had solid lineups then.
Fast RMX is still quite remarkable for hitting 60 fps in splitscreen. There's not that many Switch games that can pull that off and still look THAT good.
Fast RMX for me. I probably shouldn't admit this, but I really like Skylanders too (although I bought Imaginators on Wii U). I actually had no interest in BOTW. I don't care for open world games and Twilight Princess HD kind of turned me off from Zelda games.
Do multiplatformers really count? I feel like they shouldn't.
I am setsuna was pretty good
I remember this because I was so disappointed in I am Setsuna. IT was just Dull and boring and RPGs are my favorite. I played Blaster Master. I actually went back to my WiiU and bought Twilight Princess to get the wolf for Breath of the Wild. I went in a rabbit hole and started playing Twilight Princess. I didn’t go back to BOTW until the pandemic started.
I can't even vote, the only one of these I got was Shovel Knight and I didn't get it at launch and had already played it through on another system (I just wanted it on Switch later).
If this were expanded beyond launch day to launch window, I'd pick Xenoblade Chronicles 2.
@Zach777 I have the og on the vita is it worth buying again on switch?
Binding of Isaac
I’d argue that for the price and the package you can hardly go wrong with that the Treasure Box has on Switch.
If the initial cost is troubling, I’d wager it will go on sale around Thanksgiving-Christmas time.
Definitely worth adding to your Switch collection, though. They even have a complete, physical version.
Snipperclips for me. That was (and still is) a lot of fun as a simple multiplayer game. So many laughs.
Within the launch month, I also picked up The Binding of Isaac and Snake Pass.
@Zach777 even with the vita version?
1 2 Switch of course.
I can’t speak for the Vita version, having never cared to own one. As far as I know, it is a dead system and the Switch is still supported very strongly. I suppose it is a personal preference you’ll have to decide on.
I played the crap outta Skylanders. Man, where's my cart and tub of those...
@Zach777 its shovel knight without dlc
This poll shouldn’t even be a thing. Nothing matters when put up against Breath of the Wild.
I’d definitely buy Treasure Trove on Switch, then, hands down.
Vroom In The Night Sky obviously, which is missing from the above list (With a bunch of other launch titles from Europe and Japan).
The answer is: Zelda Breath Of The Wild
I'm so glad Shovel Knight is winning by a large margin. It truly is a joy from start to finish.
Not launch, but only two weeks after
Binding of Isaac
Game blew my mind and was perfect on switch. After 140 hours of Zelda, I poured in 80 hours in BOI
Specter of Torment for me. I already had Shovel Knight on WiiU so it was nice that I could play just the new campaign without buying the full game twice.
I bought five games up on that list and either enjoyed or was satisfied with the gaming experiences and gameplay.
Strangely, the one I played the most was Super Bomberman R and that was the same with my youngest. That's besides Zelda BOTW of course.
Voted Shovel Knight TT as technically and gameplay wise that was the best game I played bar Zelda BOTW at launch. I DID enjoy others moreso though tbh, not taking anything away from it.
Besides breath of the wild, that’s a pathetic launch lineup
@SpaceKaren preach. You sound like me.
@LilMuku the problem is that Nintendo said they won't release a new F-Zero if they don't have any original idea. But I don't think fan care. I'd be perfectly happy with an F-Zero GX remaster until they figure out what to do next
For me it was, without a doubt, Fast RMX. Visuals, Sound, Gameplay, everything is perfection!
just give F-Zero to Shin'en goddamit
@BenAV I would have voted for VOEZ too, not sure why it's not an option.
@Clyde_Radcliffe Bomberman used to be so good. It's gone the way of Sonic, it seems. Maybe one day we'll get a good one.
Fast RMX is the only one I'm still consistently playing.
In the time of covid, 1-2-Switch is difficult to enjoy.
I am Setsuna was great, fyi, just not going to dive back into the RPG a second time.
Shovel Knight I need to actually start playing - I was waiting for the DLC to launch before I began, and then other games took precendence more recently.
Japan had better launch titles with Disgaea 5 and DQ Heroes 2. NA's sucked and I didn't buy anything beyond Zelda
@BulkSlash I feel like I'm in the Berenstein Bear timeline versus the Berenstain Bear dimension I'm in everytime I go to write out Master Blaster versus Blaster Master.
@Dang69 I swear it’s entirely down to luck when I remember which way round it’s meant to be! 😅
I try to remember Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome had a duo called Master Blaster and the game’s name is the reverse of that.
I enjoyed a lot of buzzed parties with 1-2 Switch at launch, had guests rolling and laughing at its silly games and what it made you do. So its that one for me.
Shovel Knight was an absolute masterpiece, it set the base for the Switch being an indie gamers dream.
The only console I ever bought on release had two games available. I played Mario 64 for five minutes and blew an entire weeks pay on an N64 the next day. Ate instant noodles for a week as a result. In my heart it will always be my favourite console.
Snipperclips for me. So much fun even solo.
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