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Game Information

Available on:Nintendo SwitchSep 20, 2018

Publisher: Numizmatic Games Corporation

What do skulking thieves do after a night of procuring shady spoils? They gather at a favourite tavern and wager it away on a friendly game of Light Fingers! Played on a magical clockworks game board, this turn-based multiplayer game has real-time action and devious opportunities for misdirection, all in the pursuit of securing more loot than your opponents. For friends among thieves, bragging rights for the most deft are the biggest steal of all!

Trailers

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Light Fingers - Launch Trailer - Nintendo Switch

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Light Fingers - Announcement Trailer - Nintendo Switch

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Light Fingers: PAX West Trailer - Nintendo Switch

Screenshots

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Light Fingers fills a gap in the Switch's library, offering a charming and exclusive indie couch co-op game. With a bit of word of mouth, it has the potential to become a sleeper hit.

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Tracey
8 / 10
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Light Fingers is a fun and colorful digital board game on Nintendo Switch that is more enjoyable with a full group of four playing the game, trying to do as much damage as possible during dungeons as you all try to secure enough loot to be the victor. The game is better now than it was at launch, so here's hoping that the team at Numizmatic continue to work on extra content!

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Thankfully, that local multiplayer is great, whether you have two, three, or four people to play. Even with less players, the involvement of the guards when wanted levels rise helps keep the board more perilous and populated. The board game segments are the draw of Light Fingers, and as long as you don't venture off that path, you'll likely have a fantastic time.

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Numizmatic has delivered a good entry into this genre with Light Fingers. They’ve managed to hit a sweet spot for a more medium-core digital table top game focused on local multiplayer, but I can’t help but feel there was a strong missed opportunity for a solo mode in the Board Campaign. Beyond that, the game has some areas that could use additional polish or more depth, but the Nintendo Switch is the perfect system for what they have created.

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