I can think of numerous words to describe this…
The only place this game should spring is into the bin.
By having so many different play-styles and control options, the Nintendo Switch is naturally suited to a wide variety of games – small or large, traditional or quirky, or even just downright odd. Qbics Paint falls into that latter category. The idea is to sculpt and paint 3D, blocky figures – a simple enough premise, yet some strange decisions let the whole thing down slightly.
An interview with the Ultra Hyperball developer has revealed that their language learning title is headed to the Switch sometime in the foreseeable future.