Snapshot is equal parts clever and beautiful, albeit riddled with bugs and a rather unfair difficulty curve. The concept of taking pictures of items to move them is masterfully expanded upon with all kinds of tricks and tools. For the most part, puzzles are fun to figure out and satisfying to master, especially when beating those par times.
I say "for the most part" because every now and then the game likes to put important objects in really stupid places. In addition, some properties of the game aren't well-taught. Most of the objects are telegraphed in a way where you can figure out what they do, but some in the later levels are just maddening.
What's also maddening is the sheer amount of bugs in this game. Missing textures, frozen player controls, BRUTAL crashes near the end of the game, and achievements unlocking erratically are just a few of the issues I found. They weren't enough to detract from the overall experience, but it's a troubling tell, as when searching through the Discussions for this game, it's clear the developers either don't care anymore or have simply vanished off the face of the Earth.
Snapshot has a weird difficulty curve and a few bugs to break you out of the experience, but overall it's inventive and fun. The music is gorgeous, and the visuals are charming, albeit a bit on the bright side. Recommended if you want a unique puzzle-platformer to last you a weekend.