Selected as a finalist in the 2009 Independent Games Festival's "Excellence in Design" award for its fascinating use of in-game photographs to transport objects and solve puzzles, Snapshot has a few more tricks to show off before it launches for PC/Windows (release date still not announced).

In this new gameplay video, you can see a new feature developer Retro Affect's added to the game: the ability to cut and paste light sources (e.g. bright orbs, firefly-like specks) by taking photos of them, then use those light sources to help you navigate dark stages. 

Oh, and you get to preview Snapshot's awesome music composed by Wil Whitlark in the clip. You can check out more of the game at Retro Affect's development blog.

[Via IndieGames.com]