Nintendo Switch

1-2-Switch Rip-off Game “1-2-Swift” Launches On Steam For $2.99

A rip-off of the upcoming Nintendo Switch exclusive 1-2-Switch has appeared on Steam, which is listing the title for $2.99. It’s called “1-2-Swift: It’s high noon” and is described as a party game for two players but uses only one HTC Vive or a keyboard. Meanwhile, 1-2-Switch is scheduled to launch for $49.99 on March 3, alongside the Nintendo Switch console. You can check out some screenshots from 1-2-Swift in the gallery below:

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15 comments

  1. The game isn’t even out yet, and people are ripping off of it……….

    Personally, I think 1-2-Switch is more of a variety game show than a video game. What’s there to actually rip-off of? A counter for certain role-play?

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  2. Even a game like this must have taken a lot of programming skill and time to put together, at least compared to someone who has no idea what they are doing. Which begs the question: they’re able to put together an entire video game, albeit a simple one, but it was too much trouble to change the fonts on the signs to something less generic? Seriously, the sign itself probably took a few minutes to put in at least, assuming it was lifted from another project; I assume changing the font would have taken a couple seconds at the most.

    These things baffle me

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  3. King Kalas X3 {Greatness Awaits at Sony PlayStation 4! Hopefully it will also await us at Nintendo Switch if Nintendo doesn't FUCK things up again!} says:

    The real question is… which game is REALLY the rip off? The game ripping off 1-2 Switch or the tech demo 1-2 Switch being pushed as a game that costs 50 bucks? The answer is simple, really. It’s… *drum roll* BOTH!!!

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  4. I think that the developer was making a statement, not a ripoff. By throwing this together quickly and putting $2.99 on it, they were showing that 1-2 Switch isn’t worth near $59.99

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